My damn nerves are frayed with this Mueller Report business. While a heavily redacted version of the report has finally been released to the media, and that fucko Bill Barr has given his own gloss on what it all means, we won’t really be able to get our arms around it for hours and hours, maybe not for days. So we all need to just take a deep breath and not jump to any crazy conclusions.
To take our mind off all this noise, I present this delightful new video for Lizzo’s catchy-as-hell song “Juice” featuring a bunch of RuPaul’s Drag Race queens, including: Detox, Asia O’Hara, Morgan McMichaels, A’keria Davenport, Sonique, Mayhem Miller, Mariah Balenciaga, Silky Nutmeg Ganache, and Soju.
Ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee. It’s a delight. The collapse of our country, not so much.
OK, Houston Texans. I see you.
A couple of other Game of Thrones bits of business:
Here are a bunch of pictures from the next episode:
The props the cast took from the set are fascinating. While obviously I would want to take something like the Catspaw Daggar or Longclaw or a dragon egg, clearly those aren’t going home with anyone, so I would have been content with a bit of dragonglass.
This is interesting: the young actress playing Judith Grimes on The Walking Dead is being paid more next season than Andrew Lincoln made in season 6. By the way, we finally have our answer as to how the zombie apocalypse on The Walking Dead began.
The Magicians knows you’re upset about that death, and it’s complicated. But also, no, that character is not returning next season.
Keep feeling better, Alex!
A tribute to Colin Robinson, my new favorite character on any show.
Amazon and Google have finally agreed to play nice and allow each other’s platforms on each other’s devices.
And the joke-theft case against Conan goes to trial on May 28. The facts aren’t great for the Conan writers.
BREAKING NEWS: Ted Cruz is the (almost) fucking worst. Fortunately for him we still have President Individual 1, Bill Barr and Mitch McConnell that prevent him from taking that top spot.
Sex Monster News
- Rel and The Gifted have both been cancelled at Fox.
- Santa Clarita Diet might have been cancelled at Netflix. It’s not confirmed yet.
- Mike Myers is getting his own Netflix series.
- Gerald’s World, an animated series, is being developed by Fox.
- Hilary Leavitt has signed an overall deal at Hulu.
- Pablo Schreiber is going to star in Showtime’s Halo.
- Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Andrew Rannells, Matt Bomer, Charlie Carver, Robin de Jesus, Tuc Watkins, Michael Benjamin Washington and Brian Hutchison will reunite for The Boys in the Band on Netflix.
- Emma Thompson and Paul Rudd will host Saturday Night Live on May 11 and May 18 respectively.
- David Thewlis is going to star in Barkskins on Nat Geo.
- Alison Pill, Harry Treadaway, and Isa Briones have been added to the cast of the Picard Star Trek series.
- John Hoogenakker is joining Castle Rock on Hulu.
- Hina Khan is joining Stargirl on DC Universe.
- Adam Ferrara will join Why Women Kill at CBS All Access.
- Vera Cherry is set to recur on Queen of the South on USA.
Mark Your Calendars
- Burden of Truth returns on June 2.
- Masters of Illusion returns on June 7.
- The Big Stage debuts on June 7.
- Penn & Teller: Fool Us returns on June 17.
- Whose Line is it Anyway? returns on June 17.
- The Outpost returns on July 11.
- New series, Bulletproof, Hypnotize Me, Mysteries Decoded, Pandora, and Red Bull Peaking have not been scheduled yet, but descriptions can be found at this link.
- The Boys debuts on Amazon on July 26. This is a VERY NSFW trailer, heads up.
- Tuca & Bertie looks like it will fill the Broad City-shaped hole in your heart when it debuts on Netflix on May 3.
- Swamp Thing will still premiere on May 31 on DC Universe despite yesterday’s news that production had been halted. This trailer debuted hours after this news broke, so clearly DC Universe wanted to make sure people knew the series was still going forward.
- Younger returns on TV Land on June 12.
- Queen of the South will return on USA on June 6.
- At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal will debut on HBO on June 3.
- Here’s your Sunday Night Football schedule. Houston Texans don’t get a Sunday night game until December 1.
Mya-Lecia Naylor, Actress in Cloud Atlas, Millie’s Inbetween and who was to appear in the upcoming The Witcher series on Netflix. Sadly, she was only 16.
Bradley Welsh, Actor best known for Trainspotting 2.
Supernatural: Sam, Dean, and Castiel investigate deaths that have a Biblical element to them. So, it’s an episode of Supernatural. 7 p.m., The CW
Life in Pieces: The family sitcom which is merely mediocre but for whatever reason, I can’t stop watching is back tonight. Season premiere. 7:30 p.m., CBS
The Happening: The scariest movie about murderous plants. 6:27 p.m., Starz Encore
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Andy Cohen, Mario, Michael & Marco Andretti, José Andrés
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Amy Sedaris, Pete Buttigieg, Toro y Moi
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Samantha Bee, Retta, Spiritualized
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Andrew Garfield, Lake Bell, BLACKPINK
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Lionel Richie, Sharon Horgan, Lizzo
- Conan: Bill Hader
- Busy Tonight: Chad Michael Murray
- Watch What Happens Live: Anna Faris, Nina Garcia
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