It’s Monday again.
This is a pig who respects himself enough to not put up with loud bullshit. It’s called SELF-CARE.
All Other TV News
We’ve made it to the end of the 2020-2021 TV season (such as it was) and, as there always are, there have been casualties. The networks have canceled and ended 25 shows this season: some more memorable than others, some before they could even begin their new season (sorry, Stumptown). Which of the following shows that ended this season are you sad to say goodbye to?
Netflix is looking into getting into gaming, apparently. They’re also hosting “Geeked Week,” a virtual event that will share information about The Witcher, The Sandman, The Cuphead Show, The Umbrella Academy, Resident Evil, Sweet Tooth, and Cowboy Bebop.
Maybe former castmembers will be in the Dexter reboot? Who even knows at this point.
Considering they live in the biggest city in the country and have more men to choose from, it’s remarkable that the Real Housewives of New York are the worst about sharing men.
Speaking of rock and rollers: Happy update to The Linda Lindas — they’ve got a record deal! 🤘
The BBC is still in turmoil over the Martin Bashir interview with Princess Diana. The BBC Board is going to investigate why Bashir was rehired in 2016, despite concerns over the interview, and they will review their editorial practices; the former head of the BBC at the time of the interview has stepped down as board chairman of the British National Gallery; and Bashir has said he’s sorry, but claims that the actual interview didn’t change anything and had nothing to do with Princess Diana’s death. Meanwhile, Michael Jackson’s family is claiming that Bashir also tricked Jackson into giving a damning interview, and claim that it contributed to his death.
President Biden has said that the Department of Justice’s seizure of journalists’ phone and email records is “absolutely, positively, it’s wrong. It’s simply, simply wrong,” and says that he won’t allow it to happen. Here’s how one of my two very stupid senators responded:
I thought he wasn't going to interfere with DOJ investigations. https://t.co/VuVd4qPRrX
— Senator John Cornyn (@JohnCornyn) May 22, 2021
How are things going over at The View?
— AC Junior 😷 (@CamJunior1972) May 24, 2021
— Meggie Mac Stan (@MeganTheeMcCain) May 24, 2021
- Super Sema has been renewed at YouTube.
- A Hellraiser remake is in the works at Hulu.
- A limited series about the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 is being made by Angela Bassett and Courtney B. Vance’s Bassett Vance Productions and MTV Entertainment.
- Miss Eliza’s English Kitchen is being adapted into a TV series.
- Rangers Of The New Republic, which was going to be Gina Carano’s Mandalorian spin-off, is no longer going forward at Disney+. Huh, why?
- CNN fired Rick Santorum. Good. Bye.
- Hiroyuki Sanada and Cosmo Jarvis have been set as two of the leads in the Shōgun limited series on FX.
- Dan Feuerriegel is joining the cast of Days of Our Lives on NBC.
- Lucien Laviscount, Jeremy O. Harris, and Arnaud Binard have been added to the cast of Emily in Paris.
- Jedediah Bila is leaving the weekend edition of Fox & Friends. She’ll be replaced by Rachel Campos-Duffy. Interestingly, Bila had been occasionally critical of Former President Insurrectionist, and tweeted her support of Liz Cheney. Campos-Duffy has been a long-time supporter of the Former Liar-in-Chief, so make of that what you will.
- Mark O’Brien will star in 61st Street on AMC.
- Molly Hager is joining the cast of Five Days at Memorial on FX.
- Adrian Holmes, Nicole Ari Parker, Brad James, and Jade Eshete have been added to the cast of the At That Age pilot on NBC.
- Jayln Hall and Amir O’Neil are set to star in The Crossover pilot at Disney+.
- Demi Burnett is set to be a contestant on the upcoming Celebrity Dating Game on ABC.
- Barrett Foa and Renée Felice Smith have left NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS.
Mark Your Calendar
- Evil returns on Paramount+ on June 20 and I can not wait.
- Brooklyn Nine-Nine will return for its final season on August 12.
- The End will premiere on Showtime on July 18.
- Dave returns on FXX on June 16.
- Godfather of Harlem returns on Epix on August 8.
- Chapelwaite will debut on Epix this summer.
- Rick And Morty returns on Adult Swim on June 20.
- Good on Paper will premiere on Netflix on June 11.
- Money Heist will return in two parts on Netflix: part 1 will debut on September 3; part 2 will debut December 3.
- Danger Force returns on Nickelodeon on June 12.
- Tyler Perry’s Young Dylan also returns on Nickelodeon on June 12.
- Ali & Ratu Ratu Queens will debut on Netflix on June 17.
- The Rational Life will premiere on Netflix soon.
- Best of Friends Awards will air on TBS on May 26.
- Onision: In Real Life – Sarah Speaks will premiere on Discovery+ on May 27.
- Money Court will debut on CNBC on August 11.
- Top Chef Amateurs will premiere on Bravo on July 1.
- Titans will debut on HBO Max in August.
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Borat Supplemental Reportings Retrieved from Floor of Stable Containing Editing Machine: This series of short documentaries are a follow-up to Borat Subsequent Moviefilm which revisits the conspiracy theorists Borat met and briefly lived with, and debunks some of the outrageous beliefs they hold with the help of some experts. Premiere. Amazon
9-1-1: A sniper is targeting members of the LAFD in the season finale. 7 p.m., Fox
All Rise: The murder trial of Alexander Moore and Jack Allen begins in the series finale 8 p.m., CBS
Black Lightning: Series finale. 8 p.m., The CW
9-1-1: Lone Star: A massive dust storm engulfs Austin — which is not a thing that happens in Austin — in the season finale. Do … the writers think Austin is in the desert? 8 p.m., Fox
Debris: Bryan and Finola’s lives are changed forever. Season finale. 9 p.m., NBC
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Dave Grohl, Jim Jefferies, Blake Shelton
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Ewan McGregor, Casey Wilson
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Anthony Anderson, Dr. Francis Collins
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Don Cheadle, Rafe Spall
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Elizabeth Banks, Danny Pudi, The Band CAMINO
- A Little Late with Lily Singh: Nithya Raman
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