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There are those saying this is just a “bit” to troll the Left, which it very well may be. But I just keep asking why would Laura Ingraham do a bit that makes her look like a complete fucking idiot?
what in the hell pic.twitter.com/IPpwMJRMjv
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) November 16, 2021
Heads up: The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip has debuted early on Peacock, and you can watch the first three episodes now.
George Clooney has some thoughts about the shooting on the Rust set: mostly that it is “infuriating” and that gun safety has to be the highest priority on sets.
The famous CBS Studio Center is being sold for $1.8 billion, which is half a billion more than expected.
IATSE’s members voted to approve their new contract with the AMPTP, averting a strike that would have halted production everywhere.
It’s the 40th anniversary of the Luke and Laura wedding on General Hospital, which some 30 million people watched. This article gives some good perspective, both on what a phenomenon “Luke and Laura” was, and on the problematic start of the relationship, in which Luke raped Laura, and the show tried to romanticize it.
The biggest news of the week is that Britney Spears is finally free from the conservatorship that has controlled her entire life and career for the past 13 years.
Eliza Dushku testified to Congress today on her harassment and firing from Bull, on a committee hearing about forced arbitration and non-disclosure agreements.
Rolling Stone did a long piece about Marilyn Manson’s history of abuse, including how he would lock women in what he called “The Bad Girls Room,” a soundproofed solitary-confinement room, how he raped and abused multiple women and made them fear for their lives, and how he attacked multiple people, including his own mother. It’s a rough read.
Summer Zervos has abruptly dropped her defamation suit against Former President Serial Assaulter without any compensation or an apology. He was expected to have to sit for a deposition in the case next month. She does now have the right to tell her story, as her NDA was voided, which makes me wonder if she decided a book deal might be the best resolution in the long run. Stay tuned.
Andy Dick has been arrested again for domestic battery.
Anaheim Ducks Executive Vice President/General Manager Bob Murray has resigned after being accused of creating a toxic work environment.
Emily Ratajkowski was on a media tour last week promoting her new book which revealed that Robin Thicke groped her on the set of the “Blurred Lines” video. But her take on the situation is actually more nuanced and generous than initially reported.
Actor and playwright Wallace Shawn wrote a very long defense of Woody Allen and takedown of Dylan Farrow in The Wrap, and just … why? Is there a new Woody Allen movie coming out? Is there some new accusation about to come out? Shawn is welcome to his opinion, but this feels needless and comes off as cruel. So is it trying to get out ahead of something?
I say this with an extremely heavy heart. Fuck Wallace Shawn https://t.co/3gZYtIaDtH
— Brendel (@Brendelbored) November 10, 2021
Oh thank goodness, we can all rest easy now. Wallace Shawn has “personally… concluded that Woody didn’t commit the crime." https://t.co/vzRZAdrm4I
— ⊰TJ Berry⊱ (@TJBerry) November 10, 2021
Wallace Shawn's defense of Woody Allen rests on the idea that Dylan Farrow's memory is wrong. It's very telling whose memory he chooses to question, and whose "memory" he chooses to take at face value.
— mega them (@AmITooRemoved) November 10, 2021
And to think, Wallace Shawn could’ve just kept his mouth shut and remained beloved.
— ye (@chelseapvrcella) November 10, 2021
By the way, here’s where I will point out that back in May, Shawn was accused by The Nanny actress Lauren Lane of sticking his tongue in her ear when he guest-starred on the show. So maybe, just maybe, he isn’t exactly the best person to be judging another man’s behavior.
- A Party Down revival is in the works at Starz, hooray! Lizzy Caplan won’t be in it because of scheduling issues, BOOOO.
- Cal Fire, a drama from the creator of SEAL Team, is in the works at CBS.
- Dark Woods, a podcast from Dick Wolf Productions, is being turned into a TV series.
- Odd Squad has been acquired by HBO Max.
- Julie Bowen has signed a first-look deal with Universal Television.
- Linda Yvette Chávez has signed an overall deal with 20th Television.
- Lizzy Caplan will star in Fleishman Is in Trouble at FX on Hulu.
- Joey Lawrence, Jenna Von Oÿ, and Michael Stroyanov will appear on Call Me Kat in the season premiere on Fox, creating a Blossom reunion.
- Alan Toy is joining Annie Live! on NBC as FDR.
- Liz Caribel, Karan Gill, Craig Tate, Ty Olsson, and Hart Bochner will join the upcoming thriller, Ellen.
- Inbar Lavi, Mark Ivanir, Amir Boutrous, Lucy Ayoub, and Loai Noufi have joined the cast of Fauda.
Mark Your Calendars
- Halo will debut on Paramount+ in 2022.
- Don’t Look Up will premiere on Netflix on December 24.
- Beforeigners returns on HBO Max on December 5.
- F Is for Family returns on Netflix on November 25.
- Joe Pickett will premiere on Spectrum Originals on December 6.
- Lubricant and Until the Wheels Come Off will premiere on Netflix on December 14.
- Player vs. Player with Trevor Noah will stream on Roku beginning November 19.
- All or Nothing: Juventus premieres on Amazon on November 25.
- Copy That! will premiere on YouTube on November 29.
- Downton Abbey: A New Era will premiere in theaters on March 18.
- Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts will premiere on HBO Max on January 1, and will feature a reunion of stars Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, and other cast members. Notably, J.K. Rowling will not be in attendance.
- Shining Vale will premiere on Starz on March 6.
- The National Christmas Tree Lighting will air on CBS on December 5.
- Disney’s Holiday Magic Quest will return on Disney Channel and Disney+ on December 3.
- The Masked Singer Christmas Singalong will air on Fox on December 22.
- City of Death will premiere on Hulu on November 24.
- Queen of Meth will premiere on ID on November 26, When Philip Met Missy on November 27, and Doctor’s Orders on November 28.
- DJ Cassidy’s Pass the Mic: BET Soul Train Edition will debut on BET on November 28.
Heath Freeman, Actor who appeared on Bones, E.R., NCIS, and Raising the Bar among others
David Frank, Founder of RDF Media and CEO of Zodiak Media
The Flash: Aliens invade, launching this year’s DC crossover event. 7 p.m., The CW
Riverdale: Cheryl demands a return to the “old ways” in the season 6 premiere. 8 p.m., The CW
Marvel’s Hit Monkey: A snow monkey and a ghost kill their way through the Yakuza in this new bonkers animated series. Premiere. Hulu
The Bachelorette: Michelle takes the men to Minnesota. 7 p.m., ABC
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Jared Leto, Vanessa Hudgens, Tom Morello featuring grandson
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Aubrey Plaza, Peter Sarsgaard, Amor Towles, Nate Smith
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Eric Adams, Dwyane Wade
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Mindy Kaling, Yvonne Orji, Majid Jordan
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Kirsten Dunst, Wilmer Valderrama, Kevin Garnett, Gracie Abrams
- The Daily Show: Ai Weiwei
- Watch What Happens Live: Cynthia Bailey, Kenya Moore, Kyle Richards, Teresa Giudice, Melissa Gorga, Ramona Singer, Luann De Lesseps
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