I‘m not saying that you should sit down your teenage children and show them this Big Mouth clip about contraception in which Leah finds herself choosing between different methods on a Bachelorette-style show called “Miss Conception” … but at the very least, you should watch it yourself. Funny, accurate and surprisingly informative!
Big Mouth‘s second season begins on Netflix this Friday.
South Park has been voted the “most offensive show of all time” by Senior Living magazine, which is adorable. Just wait till they see of Big Mouth.
Here’s the new opening credits for The Walking Dead, and dare I say, they’re pretty?
In an interview about the final season of Game of Thrones, Iain Glen (Ser Jorah Mormont), said: “We all sat down for the read-through of six feature-length episodes. They took longer to film, cost more, and are more surprising. It was very emotional.” FEATURE-LENGTH EPISODES? I mean, they’re going to be hell on me to recap if they’re all 90-120 minute long, but I’M NOT GOING TO COMPLAIN.
Here’s your chance to go to the Game of Thrones season premiere with a Lannister:
ALERT, MY WHISKY AND SCOTCH DRINKING FRIENDS: Nine different Game of Thrones‘ inspired bottles are going to be released soon, including White Walker from Johnnie Walker.
I’m old enough to remember Michael B. Jordan on All My Children. And to think he almost deprived all of us of him.
Lore returns on Amazon this month: here is an episode breakdown.
April Blair, the creator and showrunner for the upcoming CW series All American has stepped down for “personal reasons.” Co-executive producer Nkechi Okoro Carroll has been promoted to take her place.
Here’s the story behind that oil baron sketch on Saturday Night Live, and curiously, the words “There Will Be Blood” are not mentioned once. Huh.
In case this is important to you, Fox has announced the leaders of “New Fox” once the Disney sale closes.
Alex Trebek moderated the Philadelphia gubernatorial debate the other night and was so bad at it, he was booed by the audience.
Sex Monster News
Our President mocked Dr. Ford at a political rally last night. The man we elected to the highest office in this country demeaned the victim of a sexual assault to laughter, cheers, and applause.
I’m furious and exhausted and looking for the matches.
Even Fox & Friends thought it was a bad look. But all that matters is what Senators Collins, Murkowski and Flake think.
To that end: Register to vote and if you are registered to vote, make sure you still are registered to vote. The last day to register in Texas is Tuesday, October 9. Early voting in Texas begins on October 22. Election Day is November 6.
Kirsten Powers, a CNN contributor, wrote about her own sexual assault and why she didn’t tell anyone.
I don’t know what month it was. I don’t know whose house it was. I remember one of my two best friends being there but she doesn’t remember it, and why would she? It was just some random party as far as she knew at the time.
I can hear the doubters: Why now? Why didn’t you tell anyone? Why didn’t you report him?
The answer is simple: While I knew something terrible had happened, I didn’t think I had been sexually assaulted. In the early 1980s, we didn’t possess the vocabulary to make such declarations. I thought I had done something stupid and paid a price for it.
I thought it was my fault.
BREAKING: Anita Hill would not confirm Kavanaugh. It would never have occurred to me to ask her this question, but bless the person who had the confidence to do so.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: the allegations against Keith Ellison must be thoroughly investigated. And by the way, he himself has called for an investigation.
Brad Kern has FINALLY been fired from CBS. What took you guys so long?
Lisa Borders has been named the first President and CEO of Times Up.
- Marcella has been renewed for a third season by Netflix and ITV.
- Outcast is officially canceled at Cinemax. Boo, but not at all surprising.
- The Chronicles of Narnia are being developed into a series by Netflix.
- The Righteous Gemstones has been ordered to series by HBO.
- A communal living comedy from one of the producers of Brooklyn Nine-Nine is in development at NBC.
- A #MeToo comedy from Whitney Cummings and Lee Daniels is in the works at Amazon.
- Bianna Golodryga is the new co-host on CBS This Morning.
- Giancarlo Esposito has been cast as one of the leads in Godfather of Harlem on Epix. This show is building quite the cast.
- Sharon Gless will co-star in Constance on TNT.
- Yetide Badaki has joined This Is Us.
- Rick Springfield will guest star on The Goldbergs. Be still my 10-year-old heart.
- Tawny Newsome is joining Brockmire.
- Calum Worthy is joining The Act on Hulu.
Mark Your Calendars
- Chilling Adventures of Sabrina will debut on Netflix on October 26.
- Y’ALL! THE SMOKE MONSTER MOVED TO MEXICO CITY! Diablero debuts on Netflix on December 21.
- Titans will stream on Netflix … but only internationally. To watch it in the States, you have to subscribe to DC Universe.
- Shut Up and Dribble will premiere on Showtime on November 3.
- Salt Fat Acid Heat will debut on Netflix on October 11.
- The Conners will debut on October 16, and yeah, Roseanne is definitely dead.
- The Twilight Zone will premiere sometime in 2019 on CBS All Access.
- The Boss Baby: Back in Business will debut on Netflix on October 12.
- TNT will celebrate Halloween with 12 straight hours of Supernatural.
- The Family Business: Trump and Taxes will air on Showtime this Sunday. Timely!
- Mega Machines: Sea Giants will debut on Science Channel on October 11.
- Stolen Daughters: Kidnapped by Boko Haram will air on HBO on October 22.
- Dr. Pimple Popper: The 12 Pops of Christmas — you read that right — will air on TLC on December 13.
American Horror Story: Apocalypse: “Could it be … Satan?” 9 p.m., FX
The Real Housewives of Dallas: “Off the Leash.” 8 p.m., Bravo
The Chicago Series Crossover: The three Chicago series have the inevitable crossover event. 7 p.m., NBC
SEAL Team: “Jason and Bravo Team head to the Gulf of Guinea to rescue American hostages after an oil platform is overtaken by armed militants.” Season premiere. 8 p.m., CBS
Criminal Minds: “Reid and Garcia are abducted by Benjamin Merva, and it’s up to the rest of the team to find them.” Season premiere. 9 p.m., CBS
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