It was a nice couple of months without her, but I regret to inform you Meghan McCain is back and demanding attention again.

I don’t know what is happening here but I love it.

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H’oh boy, Meghan McCain has a new book coming out, and the chapter on why she left The View was published in Variety today. You’ll be shocked to hear this but she claims she left because of the “toxic workplace” and that Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg were mean to her. There is absolutely no recognition on her part that she contributed to that toxic environment by being bratty and disrespectful and entitled. But you knew that already.

(And don’t get me started on how she only decided to give a shit about paid maternity leave after she had a baby. and doesn’t seem to understand that the reason the party she so proudly belongs to is opposed to giving working women support is because THEY ARE OPPOSED TO WOMEN WORKING. It’s actually everything wrong with Meghan McCain: nothing matters until it applies to her, and she either is ignorant of her party’s actual platform and beliefs, or she chooses to ignore them. I hate this ride, let me off.)

This show is trash, but apparently people love them some trash, so what do I know?

Oh my God, do not let your 6-year-olds watch Squid Game, what is wrong with you people?

Generation X and younger are more likely to subscribe to a streaming service to watch a particular program, cancel it after, and then resubscribe later — a phenomenon known as “churn and return” — than older generations who are lucky to remember if they subscribed to a streamer in the first place.

Hey, here’s another deeply depressing and upsetting report from Jordan Klepper. Pray for this country.

Congratulations to Sarah Snook on her secret pandemic wedding!

Get better soon, Dick Vitale.


Actress Lili Bernard has sued Bill Cosby for $225 million for drugging and raping her on multiple occasions. Good. I hope he spends the remainder of his days in court.

Meghan McCain isn’t the only one shopping a memoir: Katie Couric is about to be on the book tour, and she had to clarify after excerpts of the book leaked that she and Matt Lauer no longer speak and that she was shocked and appalled by his behavior when she learned about it. Apparently, Page Six ran with some stories that she initially supported Lauer when the allegations first broke.

An actress, Raeden Greer, has accused director Cary Joji Fukunaga of firing her after she refused to do a topless scene in True Detective, despite the fact that she didn’t have nudity in her rider.

Flavor Flav has been arrested for misdemeanor domestic abuse.

Rapper Tyga was arrested for felony domestic violence.

Facebook says that they will start banning “severe sexualizing content” that targets celebrities and public figures.

WarnerMedia has seen some modest growth in the representation of women and people of color both in front of and behind the camera. (More in behind-the-camera roles, for what it’s worth.)

The BBC is overhauling its guidelines for dealing with sexual harassment and bullying. Better late than never.


  • Family Reunion has been renewed for a third and final season on Netflix.

In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendars

  • Ozark will return on Netflix on January 21.
  • The Great returns on Hulu on November 19.
  • Cowboy Bebop will debut on Netflix on November 19.
  • Being the Ricardos will debut on December 10 in theaters and on December 21 on Amazon.
  • The Lost Daughter will premiere in theaters on December 17 and on Netflix on December 31.
  • Mayor Pete will debut on Amazon on November 12.
  • Vice will return on Showtime on November 14.
  • Great White will premiere on Shudder on November 18.
  • Tear Along the Dotted Line will premiere on Netflix on November 17.
  • Marvel’s Hit-Monkey will premiere on Hulu on November 17.
  • Dear Earth will premiere on YouTube on October 23.


Trevor Jones, Former Millionaire Matchmaker and The Profit contestant


The Bachelorette: Oh god, we’re doing this again already. Season premiere. 7 p.m., ABC

Queens: A girl group reunites twenty years later in this new series that is NOT Girls5Eva. Series premiere. 9 p.m., ABC

Late Night:

  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Nick Offerman, Charlamagne Tha God
  • The Late Late Show with James Corden: Hailee Steinfeld, Lee Pace, Coldplay
  • The Daily Show: Alex Wagner
  • Watch What Happens Live: James Kennedy, Raquel Leviss

TUES. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Bachelorette


FBI: Most Wanted
FBI: International
CW Stargirl
FOX The Resident
Our Kind of People
NBC The Voice
La Brea
New Amsterdam

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