The only Game of Thrones content I’m going to give you today is 1. this image of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia‘s Rob McElheney’s cameo in last night’s episode. As his co-star, Glen Howerton put it: “You got got, homeboy.”
Apparently, Silicon Valley and Party Down‘s Martin Starr was in the scene, too:
Looks like Rob could use an eyepatch.
And 2. apparently, DirecTV aired the episode about four hours early yesterday. It was a glitch on the part of DirecTV and reportedly the episode cut out abruptly, so don’t be too jealous of the lucky viewers who got to watch only the first half of the episode before you.
Lori Loughlin just pleaded not guilty in the college scandal case. Good luck with that, Aunt Becky!
The showrunner of Fear the Walking Dead says that there will be one zombie who will have an impact on the Walking Dead universe. “There will be one walker in particular, I have to be careful saying this around Scott. Let’s just say this walker will open a universe of possibilities for our storytelling.” WELL, WHAT THE HELL DOES THAT MEAN?
AMC has released a few early images from NOS4A2. It debuts on AMC on June 2.
Things have not improved in the fight between the WGA and their agents, and a bunch of members of the WGA posted their letters firing their agents, including Patton Oswalt, David Zucker, David Simon, and Damon Lindelof:
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My agents signed me in 1999… When no one else believed in me, they did. For that, I will be forever grateful. Twenty years later, the business has radically transformed… as such, it is time to remember and reinstate the principle upon which “representation” is based. My agents have become my friends… I am relying on that friendship to persevere as we all move through a trying period of transition. As brutal as it is to send this letter, I UNEQUIVOCALLY stand with my sisters and brothers and my union. Only through collective action can we restore balance. #IStandWithTheWGA
So this slapfight is happening on Twitter:
Wait, there’s a theory that the Jane the Virgin narrator is Jane’s grandfather? Huh. I guess I had my money on it being a grown-up Mateo or something.
Justin Hartley won’t tell you if he knows who the mother of Kevin’s kid is on This Is Us. If that is super important to you.
The Good Fight made people SO MAD with a dumb tweet that they threatened to call the Secret Service over it. It was a pretty dumb stunt, honestly.
- Blue Bloods has been renewed for season 10 at CBS.
- Good Girls has been renewed for a surprise third season at NBC.
- When Calls the Heart has been renewed for a seventh season on Hallmark despite the whole Lori Loughlin mess.
- Shrill has been renewed for a second season at Hulu. (yay!)
- The Doctors and DailymailTV have been renewed for syndication.
- Face the Truth has been canceled.
- Erin Cardillo and Richard Keith have signed an overall deal with Warner Bros. TV. So has Robert Rovner.
- Lena Waithe is joining the cast of Westworld on HBO.
- Tatiana Maslany is going to co-star in Perry Mason on HBO.
- Gabriel Basso is going to star in Hillbilly Elegy on Netflix.
- Joel McHale and Jimmi Simpson are going to make guest appearances in Psych The Movie 2.
- James DuMont and his son Kelton are joining the cast of The Righteous Gemstones.
- Ana Ortiz will guest star on Superstore for a mini-Ugly Betty reunion.
- Jim Broadbent, Zoe Colletti, Toby Jones, Sally Hawkins, Michiel Huisman, Henry Lawfull, Maggie Smith , Rune Temte, Indica Watson, and Kristen Wiig will star in the Netflix film Boy Called Christmas.
- Martha Higareda, Shawn Ashmore, Barbara Crampton, Felipe de Lara, and Creed Bratton will star in the “Culture Shock” episode of Into the Dark on Hulu.
Mark Your Calendar
- Big Little Lies will return on HBO on June 9.
- Footage of The Mandalorian trailer has leaked online — you’ll want to watch this one quickly because I’m sure it’ll be pulled down soon. (Although I don’t know why Disney won’t just officially post it themselves — what is the point of keeping this from the fans?)
- Veronica Mars returns on Hulu on July 26.
- The Perfection is coming to Netflix on May 24. Those who have seen this horror film suggest that you don’t even watch the trailer below, but go in completely blind.
- I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson will debut on Netflix on April 23.
- XY Chelsea will air on Showtime on June 7.
- Four Weddings and a Funeral will begin streaming on Hulu on July 31.
- First Responders Live will debut on Fox on Jun 9.
- Dance Moms returns on Lifetime on June 4.
- What’s My Name: Muhammed Ali will air on HBO on May 14.
- Into the Dark: “All That We Destroy” will premiere on May 3 on Hulu.
- Into the Dark: “They Come Knocking” will premiere on June 7 on Hulu.
- Into the Dark: “Culture Shock” will premiere on July 4 on Hulu.
Gary Stewart, Music executive and soundtrack curator who worked on Gilmore Girls and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Soni Methu, Host of CNN’s Inside Africa
Bibi Andersson, Swedish actress most famous for her work in Bergman films
Ian Cognito, British stand-up comedian
American Idol: The top 10 are revealed. I mean, do you really need to watch any of this show before this point, though? 7 p.m., ABC
9-1-1: A power outage makes dealing with multiple explosions difficult for our first responders in this batty show. 8 p.m., Fox
King Kong: The 1933 classic. 7 p.m. TCM
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Cher, Stephanie J. Block, Teal Wicks, Micaela Diamond
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Tracy Morgan, Willie Geist, Ingrid Andress
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Molly Shannon, Gary Cole, Paul Simon, Trevor Noah
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Max Minghella, Sean Paul + J Balvin
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Dax Shepard, Linda Cardellini, Weezer
- Busy Tonight: Cedric the Entertainer
- Conan: Taylor Schilling
- Watch What Happens Live: Lala Kent, Ariana Madix
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