Yes, I know Halloween is over, but here is this Twitter thread in case you need it. And trust me, you need it:
if your dog has a costume with arms attached, please deposit them in this thread
— tracy aka Bhad Bhonnet (@brokeymcpoverty) October 29, 2021
— Zach L (@Zlieberz) October 30, 2021
I don’t even know which end is up. pic.twitter.com/OtDBn8RJSk
— Jamie Gnuman197… (@Jamie24272184) October 10, 2021
— John Carrigan (@CarrigJB) October 31, 2021
All Other TV News
Whatever you think is going to happen in this clip for a British reality dating show called Love Trap, it ain’t that:
you must see the end of the ep of this new dating show where the guy picks which woman is already in a relationship pic.twitter.com/TVBFVGTRAz
— Bec Shaw (@Brocklesnitch) November 2, 2021
Audibly said OH NO in reaction to this https://t.co/Hz7cbVgaWq
— Eric Pope (@MrPope) November 2, 2021
I just had a full Joker laugh meltdown watching this https://t.co/3fX1WUG4IC
— Eric Goldman (@TheEricGoldman) November 2, 2021
You aren’t ready for this please prepare to make some sort of noise https://t.co/UlrMYyH9tU
— 💦Like Zorro💦 (@sailorsctaustin) November 2, 2021
If, like me, you don't normally click on clips from reality / dating shows, let me tell you that you absolutely should click on this one. https://t.co/eFdvRShKco
— Max Kennerly (@MaxKennerly) November 2, 2021
this video lives in my brain now and forever nonstop https://t.co/7tU7dBo01L
— portrait of an even on fire (@ussevenprise) November 2, 2021
how is Jenna Maroney not hosting this
— Ian (@muddymudskipper) November 2, 2021
Y’all, I’m still laughing, and I’ve watched it dozens of times. (She’s fine, by the way, and yes, she was the “Love Trap” whatever the hell that means.)
Jimmy Kimmel did not encourage parents to pull the Halloween candy prank on their kids, but they went ahead and did it anyway. Hope these parents are saving up for therapy:
Carole Baskin has sued Netflix to try to stop the release of Tiger King 2, but it didn’t work — at least for the moment. Tiger King 2 is set to premiere on November 17.
No, Lindsey Lohan is not going to be on The Real Housewives of Dubai even though she lives there, apparently?
This is me weeping for Ed Sheeran, who had his fee-fees hurt by Game of Thrones fans who objected to his cameo on the series. Actually, the most interesting thing about this story is the fact that Arya wasn’t expected to survive the seventh season originally. The actual fuck?
Listen, this isn’t TV-related, but the headline “Texas Longhorns Coach’s GF Monkey Allegedly Attacks Kid … Woman Blames Kid” is a headline that needs to be shared.
Ho boy. Zayn Malik has been charged with criminal harassment after getting into an altercation with and shoving former model and Real Housewife of Beverly Hills Yolanda Hadid, the grandmother of his child with supermodel Gigi Hadid. He pled no contest to the charges after calling it a “private matter.” Malik and Gigi Hadid have broken up.
Huma Abedin, whose shitty husband put her through the fucking ringer, has revealed in her new book that she was sexually assaulted by a U.S. senator when she was in her twenties. She does not name the senator — or even which party he belongs to — but she’s being attacked for revealing it anyway. Because of course she is.
According to a report, Netflix did what it could to suppress the promotion of Cuties within its algorithm to decrease the outrage around the French movie. The movie, which is actually a criticism of the sexualization of children, was denounced by right-wingers and QAnon as being kiddie porn — though most of the people criticizing the film did not watch it.
Dax Shepard discussed on a podcast how he and Kristen Bell are teaching their young daughters about sex and consent, and talked about how he has no interest in “protecting” their virginity. I strongly approve of all of this, and am genuinely shocked there is not more outrage on the right about it. SHHH … NO ONE TELL THEM.
- The Big Brunch, a cooking competition created by and hosted by Dan Levy, has been ordered at HBO Max.
- The Boogeyman, a movie based on a Stephen King story, is in development at Hulu.
- Camp Friends, a family comedy, has been picked up to pilot at HBO Max.
- Mariah’s Christmas: The Magic Continues has been ordered at Apple TV+.
- John Skipper and Dan Le Batard’s Meadowlark Media has signed a first-look deal with Apple.
- Jeffrey Donovan will star in the revival of Law & Order on NBC.
- Sarah Drew will star in two Lifetime movies: Reindeer Games and Stolen Hearts: The Lizbeth Meredith Story.
- Aimee Garcia and Freddie Prinze Jr. will star in a holiday rom-com from Netflix.
Mark Your Calendars
- black-ish will return on ABC on January 4.
- Next Level Chef will debut on Fox on January 2.
- 14 Peaks: Nothing Is Impossible will premiere on Netflix on November 29.
- Top Gear returns on BBC America on November 23.
- “Days of Christmas” returns on Freeform on December 1.
- TBS, TNT, and Tru TV will begin their winter programming on November 5.
- Frayed returns on HBO Max on November 4.
- Hollington Drive will premiere on Sundance Now on November 18.
- Kevin Garnett: Anything Is Possible will debut on Showtime on November 12.
- Arcane will premiere on Netflix on November 6.
- Abbott Elementary will premiere on ABC on December 7; The Bachelor returns on January 3; Women of the Movement will debut on January 6; and The Promised Land will debut on January 24.
- The pilot episode of Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol will air on NBC on November 18.
- Malfunction: The Dressing Down of Janet Jackson will premiere on FX and Hulu on November 19.
- A White House Thanksgiving will premiere on Food Network on Discovery+ on November 20.
- They Live in The Grey will premiere on Shudder in early 2022.
- The Beach will stream on the A24 screening room between November 22-28.
Dr. Brain: A brilliant neuroscientist suffers a terrible personal tragedy when he loses his family in a mysterious accident. In an attempt to learn what happened, he performs “brain syncs” with the dead, which just seems like a very good idea. Series premiere. Apple TV+
The Bachelorette: Oh boy, it’s Spoken Word Poetry Week. 7 p.m., ABC
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Kumail Nanjiani, Fred Armisen, Lucy Dacus
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Willie Geist, Steve Schirripa, Michael Imperioli, Roy Mayorga
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Michael C. Hall, Michael Eric Dyson
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Anna Kendrick, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Atsuko Okatsuka
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Tom Hanks, Matthew Stafford
- The Daily Show: TBA
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