I mean, just look at this human brain fart trying to make a ha-ha:
LOLOLOLOlolOLOLOlLOlOOLLLLL. WAIT, WAIT … DO YOU THINK “N” STANDS FOR “AND”? Oh, baby, since we’re talking about Saturday Night Live skits, I regret to inform you that you just wrote one for this week’s episode. I look forward to seeing you and Eric at the “Weekend Update” desk on Saturday.
But, to be fair to Dummy Junior, he’s probably pretty distracted, waiting for the FBI to bust in his door any day now. (And Momma’s champagne is chilling for that very day. Let’s hope it’s sooooooon.)
Here are some very pretty character posters for American Gods and an interview with Ricky Whittle. I vow to start catching up with the remaining four episodes of season one THIS WEEKEND. (Unless I get distracted by cute animal videos or something.)
Killing Eve will be simulcast on AMC for season two, so now you have no reason to miss this gem.
The Good Fight has a plan in place in the event that Trump is impeached, a development they would be happy to have happen.
Empire, Chicago P.D. and Person of Interest all had to shut down filming yesterday and today because of the polar vortex. (Although there are other reports that Empire returned today.)
Updates on the Jussie Smollett Story: The Chicago police have released images of two persons of interest. A neighbor claims to have seen a “redneck” with a rope hanging around before the attack. Smollett and his manager claim that they were on the phone together when the attack occurred, and that the manager heard the “MAGA” comments. However, Smollett has refused to turn over his phone to the police for this to be verified. President Pppptttt was asked about the attack and said, “It was horrible. I’ve seen it, last night. I think that’s horrible. It doesn’t get worse, as far as I’m concerned,” before changing the conversation to drugs and the wall.
- The Masked Singer has been renewed for a second season on Fox.
- Fuller House was renewed for a fifth season on Netflix.
- Shameless was renewed for season ten on Showtime.
- Hot Date has been renewed for a second season on Pop.
- The Stand has been ordered by CBS All Access.
- Army of the Dead has been bought by Netflix, and Zack Snyder is set to direct.
- The L Word has been greenlit at Showtime.
- New York Undercover has been given a pilot order at ABC.
- Woman Up, a female comedy, has been given a pilot order at ABC.
- Jeff of the Universe, a sci-fi comedy, is being developed at YouTube.
- Knock Down the House, a political documentary about the 2018 elections, has been bought by Netflix.
- An untitled Amazing Jonathan documentary has been bought by Hulu.
- Amazon has bought documentary about Real Madrid and Sergio Ramos.
- Priyanka Chopra is making a movie based on Wild, Wild Country.
- A movie about the first televised exorcism is being made.
- Deadwater Fall, a crime drama from the creator of Broadchurch, is coming to Channel 4.
- Victoria Pedretti will be the co-lead in the second season of You. (She was Nell in The Haunting of Hill House.)
- William Shatner, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Kevin Smith, Joe Manganiello and Wil Wheaton will be making guest appearances on The Big Bang Theory.
- Adam Goldberg is joining God Friended Me and might be God.
- Kimberly Williams-Paisley will join The Flash.
- Trey Gowdy is joining Fox News. Sounds about right.
- Darby Stanchfield is going to star in Locke & Key on Netflix.
Mark Your Calendars
- The Red Line will debut on CBS on April 28. It looks … heavy.
- The World’s Best will debut on CBS after the Super Bowl.
- The Chi returns on Showtime on April 7.
- City on a Hill will premiere on Showtime on June 16.
- Hanna will debut on Amazon Prime following the Super Bowl.
- The Walking Dead returns on AMC on February 10.
- The Good Fight returns on CBS All Access on March 14.
- The Twilight Zone will debut on CBS All Access on April 1 and that will be the moment when I will have to really examine my position against paying for CBS.
- XY Chelsea will debut on Showtime on June 7.
- The premieres of Mental Samurai and MasterChef Junior have both been pushed back to March 5 on Fox.
- bublé! will air on NBC on March 20.
- Married to Medicine: Los Angeles will debut on Bravo on March 10.
- Deadly Cults debuts on Oxygen on February 10 on Oxygen.
- Kate v. Meghan: Princesses at War? will debut on TLC on February 5.
- Cash Pad, a real estate show hosted by The Bachelorette’s Jojo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers, will debut on CNBC in May.
- The Walking Dead premiere will be available to AMC Premiere customers on February 3.
- Homeland has been pushed back to a fall premiere date.
Louisa Moritz, Actress who appeared in many TV shows and movies, including The Incredible Hulk, M*A*S*H*, The Rockford Files and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. She was also one of Bill Cosby’s accusers, and I’m glad she lived long enough to see him go to prison.
Fernando Gaitan, Creator of the telenovela Yo Soy Betty, La Fea, which was turned into Ugly Betty here in the States.
Supernatural: Donatello is messing with the prophets or something. 7 p.m., The CW
Legacies: Exams are stressful. 8 p.m., The CW
Will & Grace: Will and Jack wonder if they are each other’s soul mates in the mid-season premiere. 8:30 p.m., NBC
A Star is Born: No Lady Gaga here.The ORIGINAL original 1937 version. 8:45 p.m., TCM
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Seth Meyers, Danai Gurira, Dan White
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Busy Phillips, Conan Gray, Brendan Buckley
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Ellen Page, Radhika Jones, Django Gold
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Viggo Mortensen, Rita Moreno, Summer Walker
- The Daily Show: Rep. Ilhan Omar
- Conan: Matt LeBlanc, Gary Gulman
- Busy Tonight: Cecily Strong
- Watch What Happens Live: Christina Aguilera
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