‘The Bachelor’ avoids making history, yet again, in favor of another boring white guy

Welp. Pilot Peter is, indeed, the next Bachelor. Mike Johnson — a handsome and charming Air Force vet who loves his mother and grandmother, who was respectful to Hannah and didn’t slut-shame her or try to gaslight her when she dumped him, and who had won over a huge portion of the Bachelor audience — was right there for the. taking, but The Bachelor decided to go with yet another mediocre white guy instead. Coooool.


If you were going to go with another white guy, Pennywise would have been a more interesting option:

Jessica Lange is not coming back to American Horror Story and I just have to come to terms with that.

A look at how “save our show” campaigns play out (and why The OA is screwed).

The Amazon Lord of the Rings series is going to be filmed in New Zealand, in case you were wondering.

A few final (hopefully) notes about Shane Gillis and Saturday Night Live and the whole dumb debacle. Apparently, he was cast to appeal to conservative viewers — now what it says about conservatives that the comedian they found to appeal to them peddled in racist, homophobic and sexist “humor” I will leave unsaid.

Bill Burr and Jim Jeffries defended Gillis, arguing that his firing is just “cancel culture” and, “The guy shouldn’t have been fired. It was just a couple things back in his history. We’re gonna go through everyone’s history?” The podcast in question was from LAST YEAR.

Hahaha, Netflix tried to sell itself to Blockbuster in 2000 for $50 million, and Blockbuster laughed them out of the room. WHO’S LAUGHING NOW?

Everything you wanted to know about Charlie Day (including the fact that he and Jimmi Simpson used to be roommates).

President Sociopath said that he never met Cokie Roberts and that she wasn’t nice to him because it’s always about him. He’s the bride at every wedding and the corpse at every funeral.

Martin Luther King III is calling for a boycott of the NFL until Colin Kaepernick is finally put on an NFL roster. DONE! (But do I have to start watching if he’s hired? Because, no.)

Feel better soon, Alex Trebeck.

You’re running out of time to pick a show for me to hate-blog. Evil is still in the lead, but Stumptown has pulled ahead of Emergence and is making a run for Evil’s spot:

Older News I Missed Last Week

Apple TV+ is going to launch on November 1, and it will only cost $4.99 a month. Here are all the shows that will debut with it. Tempted?

Bruce Beresford-Redman, that former Survivor producer who was found guilty of beating his wife to death in Mexico has been freed from prison after only 7 years. Which is some bullshit.

Will Jennifer Lopez be our next Super Bowl Halftime performer? Maybe.

Westworld is only going to be 8 episodes long next season.

There is going to be a two-part Magnum P.I./Hawaii Five-0 crossover this season, which just makes sense.

The pros and cons of handing your home over to a TV series. In case you were thinking about it.

Sex Monster News

OH. HEY. ANOTHER CBS MAN HAS BEEN OUSTED FOR BAD BEHAVIOR. John Glenn, the showrunner for SEAL Team is out after an investigation of … some sort. Reportedly, it’s not for anything sexual, but we’ll see.

The production company behind The Rookie has announced that they have concluded their investigation into Afton Williamson’s claims that she was sexually and racially harassed, and they have announced that there’s no there there. Williamson, as you might imagine, is disappointed in the results.

Antonio Brown has been accused by another woman of inappropriate behavior.

MLB pitcher Felipe Vazquez has been arrested for solicitation of a child. A 13-year-old child. Jesus Christ, y’all.


  • Family Reunion has been renewed for a second season at Netflix.
  • Strike has been renewed at Cinemax.

Older Renewal News

In Development

Older Development News

Casting News

Older Casting News

Mark Your Calendars

  • Big Mouth will return on Netflix on October 4.
  • In the Tall Grass will debut on Netflix on October 4.
  • Living Undocumented will premiere on Netflix on October 2.

Older Dates

  • See will debut on Apple TV+ on November 1.
  • Limetown will debut on Facebook Watch on October 16.
  • ABC comedies, they return next week!
  • Jack Ryan returns on Amazon on November 1.
  • Hip Hop: The Songs that Shook America will debut on AMC on October 13.
  • Nancy Drew debuts on The CW on October 9.
  • The Good Doctor returns on ABC on September 23.
  • Fox comedies return next week:


Sander Vanocur, Longtime ABC and NBC news correspondent

Carol Lynley, Actress best known for The Poseidon Adventure, but who also appeared in many shows including The Virginian, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, Hart to Hart, and Night Gallery.

LaShawn Daniels, Songwriter


American Horror Story: 1984: I DON’T WANT TO WATCH THIS SEASON, but I’m totally going to. Season premiere. 9 p.m., FX

America’s Got Talent: America chooses its most talented person of the year. “Talented.” 7 p.m., NBC

MasterChef: A winner is chosen. Season finale. 7 p.m., Fox

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Sarah Paulson, Dennis Miller, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, Residente featuring Bad Bunny
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers: Chelsea Handler, Sara Gilbert, Tove Lo, Yesod Williams
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Billy Crystal, Thomas Rhett
  • The Late Late Show with James Corden: Kirsten Dunst, Billy Porter, Andrew Orolfo
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Zach Galifianakis, Lake Bell, Fitz, and the Tantrums
  • The Daily Show: Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey
  • Conan: Scraps
  • Lights Out with David Spade: Jim Gaffigan, Sarah Tiana, Fred Armisen
  • Watch What Happens Live: Tanya Tucker, Brandi Redmond
  • A Little Late with Lily Singh: Tracee Ellis Ross


WEDS. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Goldbergs
Modern Family
Single Parents
Celebrity Family Feud
CBS Big Brother
CW Mysteries Decoded
Hypnotize Me
FOX Masterchef
NBC America’s Got Talent
A Little Late with Lily Singh

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