You’ll be relieved to know that Drogon did not eat Daenerys for Thanksgiving dinner

Drogon did not eat Daenerys. I repeat: Drogon did not eat Dany. Also, Jaime left Brienne with a particularly dickish last line which if they had included in the show, I might have been more satisfied with how they ended that particular relationship.

If you haven’t subscribed to Disney+ and gotten in on that baby Yoda action yet, today might be the day — they’re shaving $10 off a year’s subscription in a Cyber Monday deal.

Does this The Walking Dead tweet contain important clues about what’s to come in the second half of the season? Maybe!

Pete Davidson is making his stand-up audiences sign a non-disclosure agreement to the tune of $1 million. But why though?

Olivia Jade — Lori Laughlin’s daughter — just wants to move on, you guys. Someone call a wahmbulance.

Netflix is being threatened with a lawsuit over that documentary about the founder of Bikram Yoga.

Impeachment Corner!

So, I took a quick break from the political news over the Thanksgiving holiday, for which I think we can all be thankful. And I’m not going to spend a lot of time on it today, because I suspect it is going to be a long and loud week.

But, just to keep you appraised with what happens next: The House Intelligence Committee is currently writing up its report summarizing its findings from the hearings they held last month. They will reportedly finish it today, and the members will have 24 hours to review it. They will vote on its findings tomorrow in what is largely expected to be a party-line vote because the Republicans are trying to show that this is entirely partisan. And it is! Because they are making it so instead of actually absorbing the facts. (Still mad at you, Will Hurd.)

Then Wednesday, the House Judiciary Committee will begin their own hearings, featuring constitutional experts who will explain what “impeachable offenses” are.  A second hearing possibly next week will lay out the case against President Velveeta, and it’s possible that the House will vote on impeachment before Christmas. President Guilty as Hell has been invited to participate in these hearings but is declining to do so because he has no defense.

Meanwhile, if you’re looking for a perfect holiday gift for your MAGA Aunt, may I recommend these flip flops that spell out “IMPEACH TRUMP” into the sand? The creator also sells “FUCK TRUMP” and “TINY HANDS/BIG LIES” flip flops if you are going someplace warm this winter and want to spread your love for our President.


Because sex monsters don’t take a break over the holidays — it’s been a busy week:

Supergirl‘s Melissa Benoist told her story about being the survivor of domestic abuse on Instagram Live last week.

In somehow the least shocking news of the week, Ambassador Gordon “Call Me” Sondland, star of the impeachment hearings, has been accused by three women of sexual misconduct.

Time’s Up and many in Hollywood are showing their support for Gabrielle Union in this America’s Got Talent mess. SAG-AFTRA has opened an investigation into the matter, and NBC claims that they “take seriously” any allegations of a hostile work environment  — except when it’s about the news division, I suppose.

Bill Cosby will never admit he did anything wrong. He’s a monster.

Johnny Depp is having quite the week: first, his defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife has been delayed after he didn’t turn over records about his drug and alcohol use. Then, it was announced that he is producing a musical about … Michael Jackson as told by — wait for it — his sequined glove. What the holy hell?

T.I. claims he was just kidding about keeping tabs on his daughter’s hymen, you guys. It was just a joke!

Silas Gaither, a contestant on the third season of Survivor, has been arrested for rape and aggravated assault.

Two K-Pop stars, Jung Joon-young and Choi Jong-hoon, have been convicted of rape in South Korea.

So maybe that account from R. Kelly’s girlfriend was all a sham?

Where is Ghislaine Maxwell?

Jesus, Louis C.K., stop.

In Development

  • Fraternal Twin Brother, a series produced by Kendall and Kris Jenner about a guy who parodies them on Instagram (and who is hilarious), is coming to Quibi.

Mark Your Calendar

  • Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist debuts on NBC on January 7.
  • Curb Your Enthusiasm will return on HBO in January.
  • Doctor Who returns on BBC on New Year’s Day.
  • The Gift will debut on Netflix on December 27.


Shelley Morrison, Actress best known as Rosario on Will & Grace

Joan Staley, Actress in a number of series including Perry Mason and 77 Sunset Strip


Making It: The best competitive crafting show is back! Season premiere. 9 p.m., NBC

The Great Christmas Light Fight: Honestly? I wish they had this show but for Halloween decorating. But, whatever, I get it. Season premiere. 7 p.m., ABC

9-1-1: A holiday shopper is pushed over the edge. Girl, I’ve been there. Fall finale. 7 p.m., Fox

All American: Jordan receives unexpected news in the fall finale. 7 p.m., The CW

Prodigal Son: Malcolm continues to pursue the Junkyard Killer in the fall finale. 8 p.m. Fox

Late Night:


  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: John Mulaney, Karlie Kloss, Solange
  • The Late Late Show with James Corden: John Lithgow, Rebecca Ferguson, Louis Tomlinson
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: James Corden, Mena Massoud, Brad Paisley, Ozuna
  • Conan: Adam Scott
  • Lights Out with David Spade: Kevin Nealon, Dennis Miller, Norm Macdonald
  • Watch What Happens Live: Jane Lynch, Paul Wesley


MON. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Great Christmas Light Fight
The Good Doctor
CBS Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer All Rise
CW All American
Black Lightning
FOX 9-1-1
Prodigal Son
NBC The Voice
Making It

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