Hillary Clinton stole the Grammys last night and while the crowd love it, the White House is SO MAD, saying that the “left and the elite centers of America” are out of touch. OK!
Also, CBS showed golf instead of the Grammy red carpet and people were SO MAD.
And Will Ferrell didn’t do a “Celebrity Jeopardy” sketch on Saturday Night Live this weekend and people are SO MAD.
Also, Sean Hannity’s twitter account was temporarily disabled this weekend and the right loonies were SO MAD.
CNN released a new ad in response to the death threats they received, and it’s powerful:
Meanwhile, the Japanese are replacing their news anchors with robots.
If you want to watch Our Cartoon President, you can do so now.
Piers Morgan got into a twitter fight with Richard Marx about his Trump interview because this is just the hell we live in now.
We still don’t know if Dennis will be returning to It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. FIGURE THIS OUT, GUYS.
So which HBO show is this blind item about? Veep or Game of Thrones?
Game of Thrones shooting updates: they were doing some interesting night shoots at Winterfell and Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke have arrived in Iceland for shoots.
Steve Wynn is a monster, and the RNC has pushed him out as their finance chair. However, the GOP is being very quiet about giving his money back.
Interesting: According to the actress who played their mother on the show, The Wonder Years was cancelled because a costume designer accused Fred Savage and Jason Hervey of sexually harassing her. She claims the allegations were false.
CTV has suspended Paul Bliss over harassment allegations.
James Franco was removed from the Vanity Fair Hollywood issue cover.
Kesha and Janelle Monae had powerful moments at the Grammys last night. Lorde wasn’t offered a solo performance even though all of her male fellow nominees were. Also, only one woman won a solo award.
TOO LITTLE TOO LATE, KATE WINSLET. This one particularly irks me. I have excused a lot of people who worked with Woody Allen after the Dylan Farrow story came out 25 years ago, who have since apologized and tried to make amends in some way, but Winslet’s “regret” feels cynical. It’s awfully convenient that now that the awards circuit is nearly over and she hasn’t been nominated for Wonder Wheel, she suddenly becomes aware of the fact that she has worked with predators. DO BETTER, KATE.
- All four 90 Day Fiance series have been renewed.
- Stephanie Meyer’s The Chemist will be adapted into a series.
- Bravo will create a scripted series based on Dirty John.
- Netflix bought hip hop documentary Rapture.
- HBO picked up documentaries The Oslo Diaries and The Sentence.
- HBO also bought Laura Dern’s The Tale.
- Magnum P.I. reboot
- Cagney & Lacey reboot
- Chiefs, a female-led procedural
- Fam, a sitcom about a pair of sisters
- Here Comes the Neighborhood, a fish-out-of-water comedy
- Pandas in New York, a comedy about a family of Indian doctors
- Whiskey Cavalier, an action dramedy about an FBI agent teamed with a CIA agent
- The Fix, a legal thriller from Marcia Clark
- Safe Harbor, a cop drama
- Staties, a fish-out-of-water cop drama
- A Million Little Things, a dramedy about a group of friends
- Untitled cop drama about five African-American sisters who are all police officers
- Most Likely To, a comedy about a pair of single moms from Diablo Cody
- Evan Gamble is joining Fear the Walking Dead.
- Mary-Louise Parker and Courtney Vance are joining FX’s Compliance.
- Monique Green is joining One Day She’ll Darken.
We have the cast for Celebrity Big Brother, and, just, hoo boy:
- Omarosa Manigault
- Mark McGrath
- Keshia Knight
- Shannon Elizabeth
- James Maslow
- Marissa Janet Winokur
- Metta World Peace
- Chuck Lidell
- Ariadna Gutierrez
- Ross Matthews
Mark Your Calendar
- According to Maisie Williams, Game of Thrones will be returning to HBO in April 2019, which sounds right.
- Andre the Giant will debut on HBO on April 10.
- Alexa & Katie will debut on Netflix on March 23.
Lin Bolen, First FemaleVP of Programming at a Network
Robert Dowdell, Actor
Robert Arthur, Music Director
John Morris, Composer
The Bachelor: A bowling date. The glamour never ends. 7 p.m., ABC
The Brave: Season — and likely series — finale of NBC’s military drama. 9 p.m., NBC
Valor: Season — and likely series — finale of The CW’s military drama. 8 p.m., The CW
America on Fire: A look into the rise of militias in our country which is currently at status level: terrifying. 10 p.m., A&E
Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Dakota Johnson, Lester Holt, Jason Aldean Late Night with Seth Meyers: Gov. John Kasich, Darren Criss, Kimbra, Nikki Glaspie The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Julie Chen, Joel Kinnaman, Talib Kweli featuring BJ the Chicago Kid The Late Late Show with James Corden: Lily Tomlin Jimmy Kimmel Live: Chadwick Boseman, Dave Salmoni, ZZ Ward featuring Fitz Conan: Aaron Paul, D’arcy Carden, Kellen Erskine The Daily Show: Alex Gibney The Opposition with Jordan Klepper : Roy Wood Jr. Watch What Happens Live: Kristen Doute, Quad Webb-Lunceford
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