This guy has a huge fan in a wild fox:
All Other TV News
So, the team who runs The Boys‘ social media dropped this tweet on Friday — which, you might remember, was Disney+ day. And you should see what voughtplus.com directs you to.
Happy Vought+ Day! Here's a look at what's coming up from America's favorite streaming platform. Sign up now before the subscription increase next week. pic.twitter.com/7kyTF9YuMF
— Vought International (@VoughtIntl) November 12, 2021
They also had some thoughts about Paul Rudd being named People‘s Sexiest Man Alive:
— Vought International (@VoughtIntl) November 10, 2021
And I missed this, but they also came for Fox News in the most amazing way:
Turn to the network that gives other networks their news. THIS…is VNN. pic.twitter.com/6ZDadaeQhQ
— Vought International (@VoughtIntl) October 16, 2021
The Boys will be “a meditation on toxic masculinity” in season three, according to showrunner Eric Kripke. As for when it will return? That remains an open question, though according to most sites, it won’t be until Spring or Summer 2022. Entertainment Weekly has a great roundup of what we know about the next season here, and TV Insider reminds us of where the show has been. JUST GIMME ALREADY.
While we’re on the topic of superheroes, I’m Team Ridley Scott. Sorry, Marvel fans, but he’s not wrong.
America’s Got Talent: Extreme is not on the official NBC midseason schedule (see below in DATES) after a terrible accident paused production, but according to the network, they still expect it to air this winter/spring. OK.
Sesame Street is introducing its first Asian-American Muppet character, clearly in response to the wave of anti-Asian violence that occurred recently. Better late than never, I suppose.
Collider has a good list of shows that abandoned their original premise only to become better series for it. I love that the underappreciated gem, Fringe, makes the list.
Hey, remember that Tom Hardy series, Taboo? Yeah, me neither. Anyway, the creator is still insisting a second season is coming even though it’s been four years since it premiered on FX.
Sad update to the Astroworld story: the remaining hospitalized concert attendee, 9-year-old Ezra Blount, has become the 10th fatality.
His family is so grateful for all of your prayers. Surely, Ezra held on this long due to the surrounding spirit of his loved ones, and your powerful prayer. Please continue to lift his family in prayer. pic.twitter.com/Kz7PDXneKk
— Stefania Okolie (@StefaniaOnABC13) November 15, 2021
The 90s were super weird:
- The D’Amelio Show has been renewed for a second season on Hulu.
- The Harper House was canceled on Paramount+ after one season.
- A three-part documentary about Barney the Dinosaur is coming to Peacock.
- The Spring Awakening reunion concert will be the subject of a documentary at HBO.
- SAS: Rogue Heroes has been acquired by Epix.
- Lena Waithe has signed an overall deal with HBO and her first project will be a Hoop Dreams-inspired drama series.
- Treatment, an LGBT psychological horror film, has been bought by Shudder.
- Kristen Stewart might be developing a “gay ghost-hunting reality show with a friend” according to a recent New Yorker piece. I’m here for it.
- Jennifer Garner will star in The Last Thing He Told Me on Apple TV+, replacing Julia Roberts.
- Corbin Bernsen, Joanne Kelly, and Ernie Hudson have joined City on a Hill on Showtime.
- Daniel Quincy Annoh, Kristian Bruun, Colton Dunn, Laura Haddock, Vondie Curtis-Hall, Aarti Mann, Byron Mann, Angel Parker, Fivel Stewart, Linus Roache, and Kaylah Zander have joined the cast of an untitled CIA drama on Netflix starring Noah Centineo.
Mark Your Calendar
- Kenan returns on January 3.
- American Auto debuts on January 4.
- Grand Crew debuts on January 4.
- This Is Us returns on January 4.
- American Song Contest debuts on February 21.
- The End Game premieres on February 21.
- Law & Order debuts on February 24.
- The Thing About Pam debuts on March 8.
- Young Rock returns on March 15.
- Mr. Mayor returns on March 15.
- Roaring Twenties will premiere on Netflix on December 10. There’s more on the cast here.
- Dirty Jobs returns on Discovery and Discovery+ on January 2.
- Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock will premiere on Apple TV+ on January 21.
- Adrienne will debut on HBO on December 1.
- School of Chocolate debuts on Netflix on November 26.
- Hometown Showdown will premiere on YouTube on November 18.
- Best Christmas Ever programming begins on AMC and AMC+ on November 29.
Lois Rinna, Mother of Lisa Rinna and a very charming guest star on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Gavan O’Herlihy, Actor who played Chuck Cunningham on Happy Days
Jeff Wald, Manager, producer, and boxing promoter
Sam Huff, Hall of Fame NFL player and the subject of an episode of the documentary series The Twentieth Century
Wilbur Smith, Bestselling author
Petra Mayer, NPR books editor
Hannah Price, Daughter of singer and former American Idol contestant Chris Daughtry
A Choice of Weapons: Inspired by Gordon Parks: A study of photographer and activist, Gordon Parks. 9 p.m., HBO
Moonrise Kingdom: Wes Anderson’s love story about two 12-year-olds who run away together. It doesn’t sound sweet, but it truly is. 8:26 p.m., HBO Comedy (West)
Bill & Ted marathon: Excellent. 7:30 p.m., ActionMAX
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Alicia Keys, Finneas
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Ellie Kemper, Nate Smith
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Paul Rudd, Sting
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: John Lithgow, Jack Whitehall, King Calaway
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Halle Berry, Elle Fanning, Little Simz
- The Daily Show: Chris Christie
- Watch What Happens Live: Heather Chase, Alex Radcliffe
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