The Honest Trailers guys tackle the final seasons of Game of Thrones and, yeah, they’ve got some strong points in here:
I’m guessing you’ll be able to rewatch Game of Thrones (which I am considering doing if only to recap those first few seasons I didn’t get around to) on HBO Max, the upcoming streaming service from WarnerMedia. It’s also where you will watch Friends beginning in 2020, as well as all these other upcoming series.
“As the nation’s most diverse city, Houston is the perfect place for the Democratic Party’s third debate. Leaders like Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner have been key to making Houston the world-class city it is today,” DNC chairman Tom Perez said in a statement. “Like the people of Texas, our candidates come from all kinds of backgrounds, and are all united by their deeply held values. We’ve seen firsthand in Texas that organizing everywhere through the Texas Democratic Party has led to victories all across the state, including flipping a dozen state House seats and making the state more competitive than it has been in decades. Houston is the perfect place to showcase our candidates so that they can share their vision for a better future for the American people.”
LET’S DO THIS, HOUSTON!
STRANGER THINGS SPOILER ALERT. Do not click until you’ve finished watching season three. Personally, I don’t think the American in the cell is the American you think, but I don’t want to say any more than that until everyone is on the same page. (Dr. Brenner. It will be Dr. Brenner.)
Hey, you’ll never guess who was behind the Seth Rich controversy that Sean Hannity slavishly promoted on his show time and time and time again. Oh, wait, you thought it was the Russians? Then you were right.
Aziz Ansari addresses his own sexual harassment scandal in his Netflix special which debuted yesterday. He jokes about being mistaken for Hasan Minhaj, before becoming serious: “There’s times I felt scared,” he says in the special. “There’s times I felt humiliated. There’s times I felt embarrassed. And ultimately I just felt terrible that this person felt this way.” Then in almost a whisper, he recalls a friend who told him that this incident had made him re-evaluate his own dating life, which provided Ansari’s conclusion. “It’s made not just me but other people more thoughtful, and that’s a good thing.”
So, it sounds like Mark Zuckerberg’s head of security was a GOD DAMNED NIGHTMARE.
More on the whole Jeffrey Epstein mess: Bill Clinton, who flew on Epstein’s private plane a bunch of times, is being all “I don’t know her“; Trump and David Pecker of the National Enquirer had discussions about Epstein ahead of the election; in the wake of #MeToo, pressure is being put on prosecutors’ offices to charge monsters who systemically sexually abuse women with sex trafficking — as in with this recent Epstein case, and the R. Kelly case — because the charge is taken more seriously. GOOD.
Oh hey, American Airlines forced this woman to wrap herself in a blanket to be able to fly on their plane because they found her outfit to be offensive. This in the year Two Thousand and Nineteen. Personally, I find people who fly while wearing pajamas FAR more offensive.
- Crime Farm, a drama series produced by Nicole Kidman, is in the works for HBO Max.
- The Now, a comedy series from Peter Farrelly, is in development at Quibi.
- Zero, an Italian superhero series, is in the works at Netflix.
- Andy King, the blowjob guy from Fyre Festival, is hopping his own show.
- Warigami, a 10-part short-form drama, is being made by The CW and CBC.
- Felicity Jones is joining the cast of Good Morning, Midnight on Netflix.
- Katherine Heigl is going to star in Firefly Lane on Netflix.
- Henry Ian Cusick is leaving The 100.
- Alana de la Garza is moving from FBI to FBI: Most Wanted on CBS.
Mark Your Calendars
- Light as a Feather will return on Hulu on July 26.
- Last Chance U will return on Netflix on July 19.
- The Masked Singer will return on Fox on September 25.
- Another Life will debut on Netflix on July 25.
- I Am Patrick Swayze will debut on Paramount Network on August 18.
- You’re Not a Monster will debut on IMDB TV sometime this fall.
- If We Built It Today will premiere on Science Channel on July 14.
- Sacred Games returns on Netflix on August 15.
- Gypsy Rose & Nick: A Love to Kill For will debut on Oxygen on July 13.
- Share will debut on HBO on July 27.
- Jawline will premiere on Hulu on August 23.
- Strange World will debut on Travel Channel on August 11.
Rip Torn, Actor known for The Larry Sanders Show, Men in Black, and 30 Rock among many many others. He also kicked Norman Mailer’s ass in a movie, and this one time was so blackout drunk, he broke into a bank believing it was his home. He was a genuine Texas badass.
Valentina Cortese, Italian actress
Harlots: Season three premiere. Hulu
Snowfall: Franklin and Cissy look to make an investment in the community while a new cook is competing with Franklin’s crew. Season three premiere. 9 p.m., FX
Family Reunion: Tia Mowry stars in this fish-out-of-water comedy about a Seattle family who moves to rural Georgia to be closer to family. Series premiere. Netflix
Florida Girls: I don’t know what this is, but it doesn’t look like it’s going to be upending any stereotypes about Florida anytime soon. Series premiere. 9 p.m., Pop TV
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Seth Rogen, Dave Bautista, Jaden Smith
- Conan: Adam Scott
- Watch What Happens Live: Kumail Nanjiani, Phoebe Robinson
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