Netflix teased another secret Bandersnatch scene, which is great, but I’d rather they go ahead and release season five of Black Mirror now, thanks.
Vanity Fair has a good breakdown of what we might expect from the Game of Thrones prequel series based on the information that came out yesterday. I’m loving the idea of Naomi Watts playing Lann the Clever.
Sarah Hyland spoiled a Modern Family plot detail — a small plot detail — and people are mad at her because they have not recently assessed their priorities.
NBCUniversal is offering to pay millions to Meghan Markle’s charities of choice if she would please please please please please please please come back for a two-minute scene in Suits. Yeah, good luck with that.
Family Guy‘s The Drunken Clam is now a real thing in Dallas until February 2. Dallas + Family Guy = NOPE from Yours Truly.
Apple is partnering with Samsung smart TVs ahead of their big content push. Also, they were never able to really make the Apple TV thing happen to their satisfaction.
Sex Monster News
Investigations have been opened into R. Kelly in Chicago and Atlanta thanks to Surviving R. Kelly. Let’s hope he finally comes to justice. Meanwhile, a case alleging R. Kelly gave a woman in Dallas an STD has been closed. So, why hasn’t RCA dropped him yet? The fact that his sales surged after the Lifetime documentary premiered might have a little something to do with it.
After watching Surviving R. Kelly, Jasmine Lennard, a model who appeared on the UK Celebrity Big Brother, claims that Cristiano Ronaldo emotionally abused her and threatened her during their relationship.
- Days of Our Lives has been renewed by NBC for a 55th season.
- I Love You, America has been canceled by Hulu.
- Paradise Hotel is being rebooted at Fox.
- Showbiz Kids, a documentary, is in the works at HBO.
- A U.S. version of Lego Masters is being developed.
- Another animated Star Trek series is in the works at CBS.
- Daniel Dae Kim is joining his show The Good Doctor.
- Luke Wilson is joining the cast of Stargirl on DC Universe.
- Phylicia Rashad is joining This is Us as Beth’s mother.
- Kim Delaney and Bill Brochtrup have signed up for an NYPD Blue reboot.
- Lauren Tsai has been cast in the third season of Legion.
- James Badge Dale will star in Starz’s Hightown.
- Kathrine Narducci is joining Godfather of Harlem on Epix.
- Brian Bosworth, Deena Dill, Gino Anthony Pesi, and Kayla Smith are joining Ambitions on OWN.
- Juan Riedinger is joining the cast of Claws.
Mark Your Calendars
- Russian Doll will debut on Netflix on February 1. It’s essentially a funny Happy Death Day.
- Weird City will debut on YouTube on February 13.
- IO will debut on Netflix on January 18.
- Grace and Frankie will return on Netflix on January 18.
- Trigger Warning with Killer Mike will debut on Netflix on January 18.
- Lorena will debut on Amazon Prime on February 15.
- Ask Dr. Ruth will debut on Hulu “soon.”
- Star Wars: Resistance will return on Disney on January 13.
- Bless This Mess will debut on ABC on April 16.
- Strike Back will return on Cinemax on January 25.
- Robert Durst: An ID Murder Mystery will debut on ID on January 22.
- Bixler High Private Eye will debut on Nickelodeon on January 21.
- Elvis All-Star Tribute will air on NBC on February 17.
- Breslin and Hamil: Deadline Journalists will debut on HBO on January 28.
Mary Kay Stearns, Star of Mary Kay and Johnny, one of the first TV shows.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey: Oh, is Folletto a sexist pig? HOW SHOCKING. 8 p.m., Bravo
I’m Sorry: The funniest show you’ve never heard of is back for a second season. Seriously, go binge season one on Netflix. Season premiere. 9 p.m., TruTV
You’re the Worst: Jimmy and Gretchen will live happily ever after. LOL LOL NO THEY WON’T. Final season premiere. 9 p.m., FXX
Schooled: The Goldberg‘s spinoff was reworked and is finally here. Series premiere. 7:30 p.m., ABC
Chicago Med: Mid-season premiere. 7 p.m., NBC
The Goldbergs: Mid-season premiere. 7 p.m., ABC
Chicago Fire: Mid-season premiere. 8 p.m., NBC
Modern Family: Mid-season premiere. 8 p.m., ABC
Single Parents: Mid-season premiere. 8:30 p.m., ABC
Chicago P.D.: Mid-season premiere. 9 p.m., NBC
Match Game: Season premiere. 9 p.m., ABC
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Gwyneth Paltrow, Tony Hale, Trippie Redd
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Andy Samberg, Josh Hutcherson, Charlie Hall
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Kevin Hart, Nicole Byer
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Amy Adams, Tyler Perry, Mekki Leeper
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Mahershala Ali, Maura Tierney, Jeff Tweedy
- The Daily Show: Barry Jenkins
- Busy Tonight: Connie Britton
- Watch What Happens Live: Danielle Staub, Meghan McCain
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|FOX||Gordon Ramsays 24 Hours to Hell and Back
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