Yes, celebrities joined the March for Our Lives, but the real stars were the kids. (And the snarky signs.)

It was a busy weekend:

The March for Our Lives happened on Saturday and by all measures, it was a huge success — estimates have one million people attending. I’m going to mention some celebrities who were there because this is a TV blog, but make no mistake, the real stars of this event were the teens who inspired it, organized it and spoke at it.¬†

Emma Gonzalez was as powerful as anyone I’ve ever seen.

Sam Fuentes threw up on live TV, and then came back and finished her speech with a moving tribute to one of her friends and victims:

Naomi Wadler is 11. 11.

Also in attendance: some famous people, including some of the Pawnee gang. And Paul McCartney joined the New York march:

As for the best sign at the march, it was inspired by TV, too:

In second place (TV category):

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And did Tiffany Trump join The Resistance?

Also this weekend, Stormy Daniels spoke to Anderson Cooper about her relationship with Trump on 60 Minutes. 1. I believe her. 2. The story here is not the sex, it’s the threat. 3. The only real reason I am mentioning it here is that she alleges that he essentially got her into bed by suggesting he might get her on Celebrity Apprentice.¬†The interview came after Anderson Cooper’s other interview with a Playmate who claims to have had a relationship with him at the same time — in fact, at the same golf tournament where he met Stormy Daniels. Hollywood had some thoughts on the whole mess.

And clearly freaked out by the whole thing, President David Dennison followed CNN on Twitter this morning, only to immediately unfollow them. LOL.

The Simpsons gets it:

Mike Pence’s daughter is totally cool with John Oliver’s gay bunny book. High five, Charlotte!

So this is a really good Game of Thrones spoiler and bit of deduction about what it all means.¬†It goes along nicely with this post from last week. Don’t click if you want to remain unspoiled.

Andrew Lincoln is pretty sure The Walking Dead will cough up the dough to keep Lauren Cohen. We’ll see. In the meantime, here’s the first look at Morgan on Fear the Walking Dead. (Garrett Dillahunt is going to be the real reason to watch this season.)

We have our first details about Stranger Things, season three. (Mike and Eleven are still together, awww.)

The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary script originally featured the Ninth Doctor. Here’s what it would have been like.

Here are some Star Trek: Discovery spoilers.

And as soon as you become as successful a producer as Shonda Rhimes or Ryan Murphy, maybe someone will pay you $100 million, too.

If you’re a cable customer, you can now stream all of The Terror ahead of tonight’s premiere.

The truth about the Rick & Morty delay: contract negotiations.

The bosses of Trust, FX’s upcoming Getty drama, envision it taking three seasons.

Here are a bunch of shows that will be at this year’s ATX Television Festival.

Steven Spielberg is shitting on Netflix movies. Related: Netflix movies have been banned from Cannes.

Time’s Up

Russell Simmons is being sued in a new civil court case for rape.

CBS News removed Political Director Steve Chaggaris for inappropriate behavior and replaced him with Caitlin Conant.

Claire Foy has finally said something publicly about The Crown pay nonsense.¬†Basically: “Weird, but not.”

Transparent is having a rough go of it according to Jay Duplass, and not just because of Jeffrey Tambor. (But mostly because of Jeffrey Tambor.)

Tavis Smiley admitted to “multiple sexual encounters with subordinates” according to PBS.

Accused Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences John Bailey says, “Nuh-uh.”



In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendar

  • Fahrenheit 451 will debut on HBO on May 19.
  • New Girl returns for its final season on April 10.¬†
  • I’m Dying Up Here will return on Showtime on May 6.
  • Into the Badlands will return on AMC on April 22.


DuShon Monique Brown, Actress on Chicago Fire. Her castmates respond with condolences.

Andy Lewis, Screenwriter

My DVR. That’ll do, pig. That’ll do.


The Terror: Based on a true story: In the 19th century, some Royal Navy ships attempted to explore the Northwest Passage, and … something happened. Series premiere. 8 p.m., AMC

The Zen Diaries of Gary Shandling, Part 1: A documentary on the influence of the great comedian from Judd Apatow. 7 p.m., HBO

One Strange Rock: Darren Aronofsky’s new series explores the history of our planet, Will Smith narrates. Series premiere. 9 p.m. National Geographic Channel

The Good Doctor: Season finale. 9 p.m., ABC

Late Night: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Sean Penn, Sara Gilbert, Bishop Briggs The Late Late Show with James Corden: Zachary Quinto, Rupert Friend, Zoey Deutch, Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite Conan: Thomas Middleditch, Ta’Rhonda Jones, Erin Jackson The Daily Show: Tyler Perry The Opposition with Jordan Klepper : Michael Ian Black Watch What Happens Live: Jeff Goldblum, Alan Cumming


MON. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC American Idol
The Good Doctor
CBS Kevin Can Wait
Man with a Plan
Superior Donuts
Living Biblically
CW DC’s Legends of Tomorrow
FOX Lucifer
The Resident
NBC The Voice
Good Girls



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