In barely related news, Maisie is going to be one of Sophie Turner’s bridesmaids, and I love this very much. Although I still find it very weird that Sansa Stark is marrying a Jonas brother.
So, wait, I don’t watch the show, but you’re telling me Jerome (Cameron Monaghan) isn’t the Joker on Gotham? Really?
Don Lemon tells Donald Trump that he is to blame for the death threats made against CNN. “People take that message seriously.” By the way, the man who made those threats was arrested, booked and released before dinner. Guess what race he was, and then ask yourself, if it were a Muslim or a brown person of any religion who made similar threats against Fox News, can you imagine what Donald Trump would be tweeting?:
Time’s Up, Creeps
Dylan Farrow dragged Justin Timberlake for being in Woody Allen’s movie while also claiming to be a supporter of Time’s Up:
Yeah, if you thought Garrison Keillor just touched some lady’s back accidentally, think again.
This Friday, Starz will air #That’sHarassment, a series of short films that depict sexual harassment SO THAT WE CAN ALL BE ON THE SAME PAGE ALREADY.
Artie Lange has some harsh words for Louis C.K. and Aziz Ansari and I just did not see that coming.
NBC Pilot orders:
- Manifest, a drama about a plane that goes missing only to reappear years later. So, Lost.
- Abby’s, a comedy set in a San Diego bar, from Mike Schur so I’m totally on board.
- Like Family, a foster care comedy from Sean Hayes’ production company.
- Friends-in-Law, a friend comedy.
- So Close, a romantic comedy.
ABC Pilot orders:
CBS pilot orders:
- God Friended Me, a light procedural from the creators of Alcatraz.
- Netflix has picked up a few specials by British illusionist Derren Brown.
- Netflix might also buy the third Cloverfield film.
- Travel Channel has greenlit Hunting Evidence.
- Lolita Davidovich will recur on How to Get Away with Murder.
- Kim Raver will guest on Grey’s Anatomy.
- Lauren Graham is probably going to be on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
Mark Your Calendars
- Mary Kills People returns on Lifetime on March 12.
- This is Not Happening returns February 2 on Comedy Central.
- Twin Turbos will debut on Discovery on February 28.
Ursula K. Le Guin, Writer
Lari White, Country singer and actress
Joel Taylor, Storm Chasers star
The Real Housewives of New Jersey: Reunion, Part 2 8 p.m., Bravo
Waco: Taylor Kitsch stars as David Koresh in this 6-part TV event that strives to not designate “bad guys.” OK. Series premiere. 9 p.m., Paramount
Slutever: In this new series, Sex writer Karley Sciortino explores female sexuality, gender, and love. Series premiere. 9 p.m., Viceland
The Goldbergs: This was supposed to be the backdoor pilot for a spinoff. Instead, it’s just a regular ol’ episode. 7 p.m., ABC
Vikings: Season finale. 8 p.m., History
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