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— Kilderkin (@RileyGryc) January 13, 2022
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Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet announced they are ending their marriage in what appears to be a poem? on Instagram? You know what? Fine:
I must take to my bed. Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet are parting ways after seventeen years! Happy to comfort them both in any way the lord sees fit.
— roxane gay (@rgay) January 13, 2022
But if Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet are splitting up who gets custody of hotness?
— The Volatile Mermaid (@OhNoSheTwitnt) January 13, 2022
Pete Davidson trying to decide between Lisa Bonet & Jason Momoa pic.twitter.com/2FA87wBU2A
— TrivWorks (@TrivWorks) January 13, 2022
Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa are getting a divorce but him and Lenny are still going to stay together right?
— Ma$on (@FirstGentleman) January 13, 2022
Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet both being single again means that I have 2 minuscule chances to marry either of them. The hope 2022 needed
— leftover waffles (@TopherMichelle) January 13, 2022
When the streets heard Jason Momoa was single pic.twitter.com/TgrAZ0ILGA
— rosechocglam (@rosechocglam) January 13, 2022
Jason Momoa's DMs RN pic.twitter.com/cmQQmihzRu
— 💀DeathMetalViking💀 (@DeathMetalV) January 13, 2022
Jason Momoa if you need comforting, just know… pic.twitter.com/JOB3R6Zm5v
— 𝐁𝐚𝐥𝐬𝐚𝐦𝐢𝐜 𝐍𝐢𝐠𝐠𝐞𝐫𝐞𝐭𝐭𝐞 (@MySkinIsBeamin) January 13, 2022
First Lenny Kravitz, then Jason Momoa; Lisa Bonet’s third husband is going to be so hot that looking at him will be like gazing upon the surface of the sun
— Pigeon Fancier (@isabelzawtun) January 13, 2022
if you’re waiting in line to be lisa bonet’s rebound, STAY IN LINE
— sey smythe (@seynique) January 13, 2022
How I’m pulling up on Lisa Bonet after finding out that her and Jason Momoa are getting divorced pic.twitter.com/A9B94ivziG
— Rich (@UptownDC_Rich) January 13, 2022
But in happier news, I guess, Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are engaged. They drank each other’s blood to seal the deal. Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thorton are owed royalties.
If you haven’t subscribed to HBO Max yet, they’re offering a discount right now until January 25.
Hannah Gutierrez Reed, the armorer on the set of Rust where cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was shot and killed on set, has sued Seth Kenney, the man who supplied ammunition to the production. Kenney apparently told investigators that dummy rounds might have been mixed in with reloaded live bullets, but then turned around and denied that it happened in an interview with ABC News. Who knows. In any event, live rounds and dummy rounds do have distinguishing characteristics and it is literally the armorer’s job to differentiate between them before they are used. So, it’s an interesting suit, but might be a challenge.
More Between Two Ferns; fewer celebrity politicians. Please.
Jimmy Kimmel has some ideas about what you can do with your stool samples and it might involve one particular senator from the great state of Texas.
- Godfather of Harlem has been renewed for a third season on Epix.
- 60 Minutes+ has been canceled after one season on Paramount+.
- A sequel series to Life Goes On has been given a pilot order at NBC.
- A “pitch-black” satirical DC drama from journalist Olivia Nuzzi is being developed at AMC.
- Two sequels to Red Notice have been ordered at Netflix.
- Cayne, a crime drama based on Ian K. Smith’s Ashe Cayne novel The Unspoken, is in development at BET+.
- Formula 1: Drive to Survive has been greenlit at Netflix.
- Black Night, based on the webtoon of the same name, is in production at Netflix.
- Shirley MacLaine and Amy Schumer are going to guest star in Only Murders in the Building on Hulu.
- Rupert Friend and Richard Ayoade are joining the cast of The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar on Netflix.
- Lyndon Smith, Zuri Reed, Jake Austin Walker, Antonio Cipriano, and Jordan Rodrigues have been added to the cast of National Treasure on Disney+.
- Poppy Harlow is going to host Boss Files on CNN+.
Mark Your Calendars
- State of the Union returns on SundanceTV, Sundance Now, and AMC+ on February 14.
- Too Hot to Handle will return on Netflix on January 19.
- The Girl Before will premiere on HBO Max on February 10.
- Bigbug will debut on Netflix on February 11.
- The In Between will debut on Paramount+ on February 11.
- American Idol returns on ABC on February 27.
- Promised Land will debut on ABC on January 24.
- The Legend of Vox Machina will premiere on Amazon on January 28.
- Looney Tunes Cartoons returns on HBO Max on January 20.
- Earnin’ It: The NFL’s Forward Progress will debut on Peacock on January 23.
- Amandla will premiere on Netflix on January 21.
- America’s Deadliest Rock Concert: The Guest List will premiere on Reelz on February 20.
- Undercover Underage will premiere on Discovery on February 3.
- Back on the Record with Bob Costas will premiere on HBO on January 21.
- Fresh will premiere on Hulu on March 4.
Ronnie Spector, Lead singer of the Ronettes and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer
Jana Bennett, Former president, and general manager of the History Channel
Jerry Longarzo, Entertainment lawyer, producer, and Grammy-winner
Brandon Murphy, Screenwriter who wrote Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard
Chris Dickerson, Bodybuilder, first Black Mr. America, and first openly gay man to be Mr. Olympia
The Tragedy of Macbeth: Joel Coen puts a German Expressionist twist on the Shakespearean classic, starring Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand Apple TV+
Peacemaker: John Cena’s Peacemaker gets his own James Gunn written and directed series. Series premiere. HBO Max
Wolf Like Me: Isla Fisher and Josh Gad star in this drama about two complicated people with secrets who find themselves in each other’s lives after a car accident. Series premiere. Peacock
The Expanse: Series finale. Amazon
Walker: Mid-season premiere. 7 p.m., The CW
Next Influencer: Content creators compete to be the next big thing on social media because our society is broken. Season premiere. Paramount+
My Mom, Your Dad: A group of single parents, nominated by their college-aged kids, move into a house together to try to make a love connection. Series premiere. HBO Max
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Willem Dafoe, Ariana DeBose, the Lumineers
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Tracee Ellis Ross, Bridget Everett, Bianca Richardson
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Liev Schreiber, Allison Russell
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Peter Dinklage, Fortune Feimster, Oliver Tree
- Watch What Happens Live: Isla Fisher, Nicole Ari Parker
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