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Y’ALL: THE FIRST TWO SEASONS OF THE MOLE ARE ON NETFLIX. GO BINGE THEM. ~takes a deep breath~ So for those of you who don’t remember, The Mole was a reality competition that aired for two seasons on ABC back in 2001, and it was hosted by pre-CNN Anderson Cooper — he’s so young, his hair isn’t completely white! The concept of the show is that a group of people face a series of challenges, each earning some sum of money that will go into a pot that they will all share at the end of the season. Except! One person is The Mole, who is actively working to undermine them and win the pot of money for themselves. Each episode, the people in the group are quizzed as to whom they think is The Mole, and the most off-the-mark is eliminated, thereby making it everyone’s strategy to be as suspicious as possible. It’s basically Among Us, the reality show. (Note: I’ve never played Among Us and have no idea what I’m talking about.) It was really fun!
Unfortunately, Netflix does not seem to have the two “Celebrity” seasons, both of which featured Corbin Bernsen and Stephen Baldwin who were completely bonkers, but maybe if we all stream the other two seasons, they’ll add them?
Ha! Mike Lindell is pulling his My Pillow ads from Fox News because they won’t run a different commercial advertising some “cyber symposium” he is planning on hosting next month to promote The Big Lie. I guess if you want to see commercials for shitty, overpriced pillows, you’ll have to go to Newsmax or OANN now.
There is not an official recipe for Ted Lasso‘s biscuits, but this should get you pretty close.
I bet Imelda Staunton‘s Elizabeth II would enjoy Ted Lasso’s biscuits. NOT AN INNUENDO.
The Bob’s Burgers movie is on its way, be cool.
Just got off the phone with Bob and he's doing great! Joking and japing and joshing. Both he and his family are overwhelmed with the outpouring of love and concern everyone has shown. You will be hearing from him soon. But he's doing really well!!!— david cross✍ (@davidcrosss) July 30, 2021
- Love, Victor has been renewed for a third season on Hulu.
- A Black Superman limited series from Michael B. Jordan is in the works at HBO Max.
- Real Husbands of Hollywood is being rebooted at BET+.
- If You Lived With Me You’d Be Home By Now is in the works at HBO.
- They’re planning to make a Waterworld series, guys.
- Unicorn Hunters, a business reality series, is being shopped around.
- Black Choke, a neo-noir thriller, has been bought at HBO Max.
- American Seoul, a Korean drama, has been bought by Hulu.
- Robb Chavis has signed an overall deal with CBS Studios.
- At That Age is not moving forward at NBC.
- Ellen Burstyn, Eliza Scanlen, Cailee Spaeny, Lily Rabe, Clea DuVall, and Charlie Plummer have joined the cast of The First Lady on Showtime.
- Bruce Campbell is joining A.P. Bio on Peacock.
- J.K. Simmons will join Batgirl at HBO Max as Commissioner Gordon.
- Marlee Matlin will star in a workplace comedy in the works at NBC.
- Pam Grier is joining Pet Semetary on Paramount+.
- Jacob Anderson is joining Doctor Who on BBC and BBC America.
- Sebastian Stan will co-star in Sharper at Apple TV+.
- Brenda Vaccaro, Ivan Hernandez, Cathy Ang, Niall Cunningham, Alexa Swinton and Cree Cicchino have been added to the cast of Sex & the City: … And Just Like That on HBO Max.
- Luke Cook and Corinne Foxx are joining the cast of Dollface on Hulu.
- Adam Rodriguez has been added to the cast of Ordinary Joe on NBC.
- Michael Chernus has joined the cast of Dead Ringers on Amazon.
- Brittany Daniel and Pooch Hall are joining The Game on Paramount+.
- Allen Maldonado is joining the cast of The Wonder Years at ABC.
- Christian Brassington, Niky Wardley, Lorna Brown, Caroline Harding, Jola Olajide, and Duncan Wisbey have been added to the cast of Hard Cell on Netflix.
- Kristen Bell will guest on The Simpsons on Fox.
- AJ McLean is going to guest star on Days of Our Lives on NBC.
- Matt Ryan will play a new character on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow on The CW.
Mark Your Calendar
- Brooklyn Nine-Nine will return on NBC on August 12.
- Billions returns on Showtime on September 5.
- The Walking Dead will return on AMC on August 22, and on AMC+ on August 15.
- Fear the Walking Dead will return on AMC on October 17.
- What We Do in the Shadows will return on FX on September 2.
- Brand New Cherry Flavor will premiere on Netflix on August 13.
- Legends of Tomorrow returns on The CW on August 20.
- Chucky will premiere on USA and Syfy on October 12.
- Army of Thieves will premiere on Netflix soon.
- American Rust will debut on Showtime on September 12.
- Vivo will premiere on Netflix on August 6.
- Archer returns on FXX on August 25.
- Lucifer will return on Netflix on September 10.
- Horror Noire will debut on Shudder on October 14.
- Day of the Dead will debut on Syfy sometime this October.
- Slasher: Flesh & Blood will premiere on Shudder on August 12.
- Doctor Who will return on BBC America later this year.
- I’m Fine (Thanks for Asking) will debut on BET Her on August 7.
- The Harper House will premiere on Paramount+ on September 16.
- Star Trek: Prodigy will debut on Paramount+ this fall.
- Little Ellen will debut on HBO Max this fall.
- I Heart Arlo will premiere on Netflix on August 27.
- D.P. will debut on Netflix on August 27.
- Comedy Premium League will debut on Netflix on August 20.
- The Wheel Of Time will premiere on Amazon soon.
- Spitting Image will return on BritBox on September 11.
- Bachelor in Paradise will return on ABC on August 16.
- Schumacher will debut on Netflix on September 15.
- Underground Marvels and Abandoned: Expedition Shipwreck will both premiere on Science Channel on August 5.
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Jungle Cruise: Wait, does this mean the theme park ride will have an animatronic Dwayne Johnson soon? Disney+ Premier Access
Outer Banks: The treasure-hunting teens are back. Season two. Netflix
The Burden of Truth: Joanna Chang works on the case of a landowner standing in the way of a mining project in the fourth season premiere. 7 p.m., The CW
Myth & Mogul: JohnDeLoreann: The story of the car engineer’s rise to power and eventual fall from grace. Premiere. Netflix
Back on the Record with Bob Costas: Bob’s back on HBO to talk sports. Series premiere. 10 p.m., HBO
Olympics: Track & Field (Day 2); Beach Volleyball (group stage); Swimming (finals) 7 p.m., NBC
Hidden Figures: With all these white male billionaires flinging themselves into outer space these days, it is a nice reminder of the Black women who helped get them there. 6:45
Puppy Bowl Presents: The Summer Dog Games: Fan of the Puppy Bowl? Then this is going to be right up your puppy alley. Discovery+
Olympics: Women’s Beach Volleyball; Track & Field (finals); Swimming (finals) 7 p.m., NBC
Kevin Can Fuck Himself: Season finale. 8 p.m., AMC
Olympics:Women’s Diving (springboard final); Beach Volleyball; Women’s Gymnastics (vault; uneven bar); Track & Field (finals) 6 p.m., NBC
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