Here are some pictures from the upcoming episode of Game of Thrones. I AM SO NERVOUS, YOU GUYS.
Bryan Cogman, the author of this past episode of Game of Thrones, “A Knight of Seven Kingdoms,” has confirmed that his Game of Thrones spinoff project is not moving forward: “I’m definitely leaving. I was developing one of the successor shows with George. George has worked with a bunch of the writers, including Jane [Goldman], whose show is being done [as a pilot]. My prequel show is not happening and will not happen. HBO decided to go a different way. I’m working with Amazon now and helping them out with their shows. So, it is a goodbye. I am done with Westeros. It’s wonderfully bittersweet.”
Hasan Minhaj has zero fucks to give. This is what having courage of your convictions looks like:
People are streaming The Office more than any other show on Netflix. Sure is going to be a shame when that license runs out.
Bones, Criminal Minds, and Pawn Stars: the three shows that everyone in our divided America can agree upon.
Grey’s Anatomy, Euphoria, grown-ish and Kevin Bacon have been added up to the ATX Television Festival.
OK, but who WOULDN’T want to be impersonated on Snatch Game, Debra Messing?
Elizabeth Olson teases some information about her upcoming Marvel series, WandaVision, but offers no apologies for that terrible title.
Kaley Cuoco is really playing up the finale of The Big Bang Theory. YEAH, BUT HOW MANY DIREWOLVES DIE IN IT?
Omarosa would like to testify before Congress, even though no one is asking her to do so.
Sex Monster News
Fox News’ current CEO Suzanne Scott has been sued by a former employee for defamation for covering up for Roger Ailes.
Bill Cosby wants to be released on bail. OH HELL NO.
If you’re in the mood for a long story of sexual discrimination, harassment and some rape at one of the country’s largest jewelry retailers, Kay Jewelers and their sister companies, here ya go.
- All American; In the Dark; Roswell, New Mexico; and The 100 have all been renewed at The CW.
- Ryan’s Mystery Playdate has been renewed for a second season at Nickelodeon.
- Andi Mack will end on Disney after this third season debuting on June 21.
- Big has been ordered by Discovery and Science Channel. It will be hosted by The Grand Tour‘s Richard Hammond.
- Ninth Street Women is being turned into a series for Amazon by The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel team.
- The Mel Robbins Show has been picked up for daytime syndication.
- ITV is making a Prince Charles series.
- Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa have signed an overall deal with Sony TV.
- Stacy McKee, Station 19‘s showrunner, is leaving the show.
- Jedidiah Bila is heading over to Fox & Friends on weekend mornings.
- Isaiah Washington is joining P-Valley on Starz.
- Sisa Grey is joining Legends of Tomorrow (which I assume is the same thing as “clawing” her way into the cast as this terrible headline reads).
- Christian Cooke and James Bloor are joining Barkskins on Nat Geo.
- Ebony Obsidian is joining the cast of Wu-Tang: An American Saga on Hulu.
- Marisé Alvarez, Greg Grunberg, Pepi Sonuga, Adriana Santos, and Noah Reyes are joining Gael García Bernal in the Showtime pilot Hombre.
- Brenock O’Connor, Stephen Dillane, Ronkẹ Adékoluẹjo, Andrew Buchan, and Vicky McClure are joining the cast of Alex Rider. There is not a broadcaster attached yet.
Mark Your Calendars
- Swamp Thing will debut on DC Universe on May 31.
- Pennyworth will debut on Epix on July 28.
- Lucifer will debut on Netflix on May 8.
- Wedding Cake Championship will debut on Food Network on June 3.
- Tempting Fate will debut on Lifetime on June 15; To Have and to Hold on June 22; and Family Pictures on June 29.
- Savage Builds is going to debut on Discovery sometime in June.
Ken Kercheval, Actor best known as Cliff Barnes on Dallas
Mark Medoff, Tony Award-winning playwright best known for Children of a Lesser God
Supernatural: What are they going to do with Jack, y’all? Season finale. 7 p.m., The CW
Gotham: A new figure emerges from the shadows to save Gotham in the series finale. GEE, I WONDER WHO IT COULD BE. 7 p.m., Fox
The Orville: The best decision I made this year was not continuing blogging this. Season finale. 8 p.m., Fox
2019 NFL Draft – Round 1: Because I know some of y’all care. 7 p.m., ABC
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Paul Rudd, Diane Guerrero, Leonard Ouzts
- The Daily Show: Ryan O’Connell
- Conan: Jon Rudnitsky
- Busy Tonight: Lake Bell, Steve Lemme, Kevin Heffernan
- Watch What Happens Live: Samantha Bee, Van Jones
|ABC||2019 NFL Draft — First Round
|CBS||The Big Bang Theory
|Life in Pieces
|In the Dark
|Law & Order: SVU