‘Ghosted’ just got canceled because there is no good news anymore.

Ghosted has finally been canceled at Fox. Disappointing but unsurprising. (Not fun) fact: Fox canceled all of their existing live-action comedies this year. All of them. Every single one. Sure, they’ve ordered three new ones for next season, but it sure looks like they want to get out of the comedy business. Which is a shame, as Fox was one of the best networks for comedy.

DC has released details about their new streaming service, DC Universe, and they plan for it being a one-stop shop for everything DC comics: live-action series, animation, movies from their back catalog, a digital comic reader, forums, an online store, a DC encyclopedia and DC breaking news. I’m exhausted.

Robert Kirkman and Fear the Walking Dead are being sued for essentially stealing the whole “zombies at sea” storyline from season two from comic series Dead Ahead.

Big Brother has gone Westworld, apparently.

Speaking of Westworld, did you catch the Game of Thrones easter egg in the finale? (Not to brag, but I TOTALLY caught it. Of course, I obsess over Game of Thrones professionally so it would have been embarrassing had I not noticed it.)

And while we’re talking about easter eggs, here’s a guide to all the ones you’ve missed in Luke Cage.

Former Fox News sexual harassment facilitator Bill Shine has joined the Trump communications team. Gross but completely predictable.


Author Sil Lai Abrams has come forward to accuse A.J. Calloway of Extra and Russell Simmons of sexually assaulting her — and to accuse NBC News of burying her story. Apparently in December, she did an interview with MSNBC Joy Reid, but NBC refused to air it. It should be noted that Extra is broadcast in NBC markets. THIS IS NOT A GREAT LOOK, NBC.

Cassandra Smolcic, a graphic designer at Pixar has come forward to accuse the company of promoting a culture of sexual harassment and prohibiting women’s advancement. It’s bad.


In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendars

  • Channel Zero will return on Syfy on October 26.
  • The Contender will debut on Epix on August 24.
  • Nick Cannon Presents Wild’N Out will return on MTV on July 12.
  • Ultimate Summer Cook-Off will premiere on the Food Network on August 5.
  • Wellington Paranormal, the spinoff of What We Do in the Shadows, has a trailer, but won’t be here in the States until who knows when. (Still, FX will be doing a US version of What We Do in the Shadows, so.)


Stanley Anderson, Actor (played the judge in the final episode of Seinfeld)


RuPaul’s Drag Race: A winner is chosen in the grand finale. 7 p.m., VH1

The Opposition with Jordan Klepper: The opposition is finally censored. 10:30 p.m., Comedy Central

Steel Magnolias: DRINK YOUR JUICE, SHELBY. 7 p.m., Showtime 2

Kill Bill 1 & 2: If you’re feeling particularly stabby. The Movie Channel Xtra

Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Amy Adams, Rob Reiner, Backstreet Boys Late Night with Seth Meyers: Paul Rudd, Florence Welch The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Michael Moore, Eric Andre, Derrick Beckles, Kate the Chemist The Daily Show: Darnell Moore The Opposition with Jordan Klepper: The final episode Watch What Happens Live: Patricia Clarkson and Elizabeth Perkins

THUR 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Gong Show
Match Game
Take Two
CBS The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory
Big Brother
CW Supernatural
Black Lightning
FOX The Four
NBC Little Big Shots
Law & Order: SVU

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