Netflix to release a mind-bogglingly huge number of movies and shows this year. Resistance is futile.

Clear your calendar: Netflix is preparing to release 700 original series and movies THIS YEAR. That is an insane amount of content. You will never have enough time to watch all of this content.

Here are the Atlanta kids talking about Trump, fame, “important black shows” and death. You know, light stuff.

Everything you need to know about The Handmaid’s Tale Season 2 which will premiere April 25.

Snowpiercer’s new showrunner is the guy who created Orphan Black, hooray!

Oh, so that father who claimed that his son was given a script by CNN at the gun town hall doctored emails and lied? YOU DON’T SAY. Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity were forced to walk back their stories about CNN being FAKE NEWS because their stories were actually FAKE NEWS. Irony is delicious.

Just in case you haven’t had enough The Bachelor in your life, this article explores the reaches of Bachelor Universe — and it still doesn’t manage to cover everything.

Quit telling Jesus he’s going to die, guys.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan is disappointed in The Walking Dead‘s killing off the Negan/Carl relationship from the comics:

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SPOILER (for the six people that are somehow in the dark… and get news from Instagram?) @chandlerriggs5 man…. what a pleasure. Not only getting to work with you… but, getting to know you. You, my friend, are an incredible young man. Well before joining this cast I was a fan… a fan that loved watching you grow up in front of a camera. From the moment you first put on the way too large sheriffs hat as a boy… to the end, the hat so befitting of the man Carl had become. Wiser and more compassionate than all of us. You held all of our hearts. Honestly… a huge reason I wanted so badly to join this band of misfits… was because I was such a fan of the Negan Carl relationship in the comics… that storyline was one of my favorites, as I know it was one of yours. I’ll forever be dissaponted we only scratched the surface of what could have been. BUT… I can take total solace in the fact that you are out there… doing your thing. You’ve grown into an amazing young man as well as a powerful actor… the world is your oyster Riggs. We all get to sit back and watch you kill it. So.. know you are missed on the show… but know you have a big ole group of family all here for you if needed… and eagerly awaiting whatever comes next. Love you Riggs. See you soon.

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Oh dear, Haley Reinhart.


Ryan Seacrest update: Seacrest has again denied the allegations made against him by a former stylist, said that he was cleared by an independent investigation, claimed that Variety did not speak to him for their story and doubled down on the claim that she asked for $15 million. He also says he supports the #MeToo movement. ABC and NBC Universal are standing by him, and he will be reporting from the Academy Awards. Additionally, Bellamy Young has apologized to Seacrest for her remarks.

Meanwhile, his accuser fired back that Seacrest is pushing a “false narrative” about being cleared (according to her, E!’s investigation did not speak to any of her witnesses) and Variety says they tried to speak to Seacrest, but that his representatives and lawyers refused to grant access. NBC News interviewed one of those witnesses, who corroborated the accuser’s stories.

In any event, this Sunday’s red carpet coverage will be … interesting.

Um …

Evan Rachel Wood testified before Congress about being raped and tortured for a hearing on the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights Act.

Scotland Yard is investigating a 10th complaint against Harvey Weinstein.

A woman has come forward claiming that Steve Wynn raped her in the 70s.

Peter Sarsgaard is done with Woody Allen. Jeff Daniels is not so sure.

Female writers in Britain are demanding more opportunities to write for the biggest shows.

Meghan Markle is the princess we need.


In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendars

  • Shadowhunters will return on Freeform on March 20.
  • Cheap Eats returns on the Cooking Channel on March 21.
  • Liberation Day, a documentary about a Slovenian rock band who performs in North Korea, will air on Sundance on March 8.
  • The Planets and Beyond will return on the Science Channel on March 20.


Benjamin Melniker, Producer


The Looming Tower: This miniseries is based on the Lawrence Wright book about how the 9/11 attacks happened. Sounds light. Hulu

Designated Survivor: Kirkman deals with his grief in the mid-season premiere. 9 p.m., ABC

Survivor: GHOST ISLAND. I am pretty sure there will be actual ghosts. Season premiere. 7 p.m., CBS

Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Chadwick Boseman, Marlon Wayans, Mike “Rooster” McConaughey, Butch Gilliam, Devin Dawson Late Night with Seth Meyers: Sarah Jessica Parker, Mae Whitman, Tony Rock The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Donald Glover, Sebastian Maniscalco, IBEYI The Late Late Show with James Corden: Elton John, Sharon Stone Conan: Zach Galifianakis, They Might Be Giants The Daily Show: Jorge Ramos The Opposition with Jordan Klepper: Anthea Butler Watch What Happens Live: Dennis Quaid, Patton Oswalt


WEDS. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Goldbergs
Modern Family
American Housewife
Designated Survivor
CBS Survivor
Criminal Minds
CW Riverdale
Life Sentence
FOX The X-Files
NBC The Blacklist
Law & Order: SVU
Chicago P.D.

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