So, I’m falling SUPER behind on The Walking Dead — already behind on two episodes and thanks to a busy weekend ahead of me, there’s no chance I’m catching up before a third airs. I’M SORRY. To make amends, here’s a bunch of Walking Dead news for you that has been piling up for the last couple of weeks. (It’s weak, but it’s all I’ve got.)
This season’s finale along with the premiere of Fear the Walking Dead will screen in movie theaters across the country, which will be on April 15, and as God is my witness, I will have caught up by then. Find theaters near you here.
The best reason to watch the upcoming season of Fear the Walking Dead? Garret Dillahunt.
Here’s a closer look at the naked zombie from the mid-season premiere, you weirdos:
In other TV news:
Bust out the popcorn because Sunday’s 60 Minutes interview with Stormy Daniels IS ON.
General Hospital picked up 26 Daytime Emmy nominations, whereas Days of Our Lives and The Young and the Restless each earned 25. Here are some General Hospital cast members talking about the craziest things their characters have done.
Will Fargo’s fourth season take place in the distant past? MAYBE. What we do know is that we won’t be getting it anytime soon, boo.
Here is an interview with Chris Carter following last night’s X-Files‘ finale. Don’t read if you haven’t watched yet, as it is very spoilery. One non-spoiler, however, is Carter’s thoughts about the show’s future considering Gillian Anderson has said she is not returning: “I can’t imagine there wouldn’t be more X-Files, in some shape or form. I think there are lots more stories to tell and ways to tell them. I’m leaving this as a giant cliffhanger, and Gillian has announced that she’s not coming back. Hard-core X-Files fans know there have been no real endings on the show.”
American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace ended on an ambiguous note last night. Here’s what the actors and producers thought about it, and here are the details of Andrew Cunanan’s actual suicide.
And here are the details of the next season of American Crime Story, based in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The fourth season sounds like it might be based on the Monica Lewinsky scandal, and the team is looking for their own Making a Murderer season, based on an unfamiliar crime story.
BRILLIANT IDEA: AMERICAN CRIME STORY: THE SCRANTON STRANGLER.
Monty Python’s entire catalog is coming to Netflix. But while British subscribers will have access to the movies and shows on April 15, American audiences are going to have to wait until later in the year, boo.
Frank Oz disapproves of Disney’s handling of The Muppets. “They don’t get the true rebellion and true affection underneath those characters.”
Fred Savage and Fox are being sued by a female crew member claiming Savage of created a hostile work environment on the set of The Grinder by verbally abusing her and hitting her several times. Fox has investigated the claim and found no evidence of wrongdoing. Savage denies the claims.
Nell Scovell is not a household name, but women in TV writing and comedy need to know who she is. And on the #MeToo movement, she had this insight: “That behavior needs to be made socially unacceptable. It needs to be like farting in public. If you rub a woman’s shoulders, it’s like ripping a huge fart. Everyone should look at it and go ‘Ew!’”
Pam Dawber reveals that Robin Williams was appallingly inappropriate on the set of Mork & Mindy, but shrugs that it was the 70s.
- Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas, Jennifer Morrison, Emilie de Ravin, Jared Gilmore, Rebecca Mader, Bev Elliott, Tony Amendola, Lee Arenberg, JoAnna Garcia, Robbie Kay, Sean Maguire, Victoria Smurfit and Keegan Tracy are returning for Once Upon a Time‘s finale.
- Jerry O’Connell will appear on The Big Bang Theory as Sheldon’s brother.
- Leslie Bibb is joining the ABC comedy pilot Man of the House.
- Campbell Scott and Marianne Jean-Baptiste are joining Fox’s Mixtape.
- Donald Faison and Laya DeLeon Hayes are joining ABC’s pilot Most Likely To.
- Kelly Macdonald is starring in BBC One’s The Victim.
- Amanda Schull is joining Suits as a regular.
- Jay Ali is joining Marvel’s Daredevil.
- Thomas Lennon will star in the comedy pilot Dan the Weatherman.
- Craig Parker will guest on Agents of SHIELD.
- Stephen Hill is joining the Magnum P.I. reboot.
- Sarah Jones will be the female lead in L.A. Confidential.
- Shea Whigham, Hong Chau, Jeremy Allen White and Sydney Poitier are all joining the cast of Homecoming.
- Travis Tope and Melvin Gregg will star in the second season of American Vandal.
- Matthew Glave and Skai Jackson join Our People on Fox.
- Steven Weber, Kylie Bunbury, Lisseth Chavez, and Dennis Oh are joining the cast of Get Christie Love.
- Karen Fukuhara is joining the cast of Amazon’s The Boys.
- Brian d’Arcy James and Clare O’Conner are joining a Fox pilot.
- Myles Bullock is joining Dead Inside, the CW pilot.
- Josh Lawson and Tichina Arnold are joining CBS pilot Welcome to the Neighborhood.
- Johnny Sneed and Brenna D’Amico are joining an ABC comedy pilot.
- Leigh-Ann Rose is joining ABC’s untitled Holmes pilot.
- Bre-Z and Greta Onieogou are joining a CW pilot.
- Daniel Ezra is joining a CW pilot.
- Gabrielle Davis is your new Whitney Houston.
- The Indy 500 is moving from ABC to NBC after 54 years.
- Hallmark has added movie The Chronicle Mysteries to its lineup.
Mark Your Calendars
- USA announced that Colony is returning on May 2; Queen of the South on June 21; Shooter on June 21; Chrisley Knows Best on May 8; and The Cromarties on May 8.
- Cobra Kai premieres on May 2 on YouTube Red.
- Queen Sugar returns on OWN on May 29.
- Younger returns on TV Land on June 5.
- Jay Leno’s Garage returns on CNBC on April 19.
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RuPaul’s Drag Race: Christina Aguilera guest judges on the 10th season premiere. 7 p.m., VH1
Station 19: It’s a two-hour premiere for the Grey’s firehouse spinoff. Series premiere. 8 p.m., ABC
Portlandia: The Mayor secure deals all over town for the Portland marathon in the series finale. 9 p.m., IFC
Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Will Smith, Fran Lebowitz, Billie Eilish Late Night with Seth Meyers: Tyler Perry, Ben Mendelsohn, McKay Coppins, Lil’ John Roberts The Late Late Show with James Corden: Freddie Highmore, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Adam Cayton-Holland Jimmy Kimmel Live: Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, Chloe x Halle The Daily Show: RuPaul The Opposition with Jordan Klepper: Sen. Cory Booker Watch What Happens Live: Bill Hader, Jay Pharoah
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