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Now that the season finale of And Just Like That … has aired, some final notes before we can go back to not thinking about Miranda’s terrible decisions anymore:
1. Sarah Jessica Parker reiterates for the 1,000th time: SAMANTHA IS NOT COMING BACK. “… I think there’s just too much public history of feelings on her part that she’s shared,” Parker explained. “We didn’t go to Kim for this, you know,” Parker said. “After we didn’t do the movie and the studio couldn’t meet what she wanted to do, we have to hear her and listen to her and what was important to her. It didn’t fit into what was important or needed for us.”
For all the representation #AndJustLikeThat strived to achieve, I most saw myself in Samantha Jones—the friend who exists only over text and replies sporadically with one sentence max.
— Khalid El Khatib (@kmelkhat) February 4, 2022
2. Aidan was never planned to be in this season, no matter what John Corbett might have had to say about it. Just because you put it out into the universe doesn’t mean it is going to happen, John.
Disliked nearly every minute of And Just Like That and if there isn't a season two I will cut off my own legs
— James (@JamesOstime) February 3, 2022
“And Just Like That” is the worst show on television. If they released a new episode every day I would watch it. It never should have been made. I want 17 more seasons. It deserves every Emmy.
— james tison like “tyson” (@doioweyoumoney) February 3, 2022
The key to a revival of a beloved tv show is to make sure all the old fans hate it and no new viewers could possibly understand it.
— Josh Gondelman (@joshgondelman) February 4, 2022
Late-night obviously had some thoughts about Rudy Giuliani’s appearance on The Masked Singer:
LEAKED: Rudy Giuliani's Masked Singer performance pic.twitter.com/RYUdmBaz67
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) February 3, 2022
OH COOL, AMAZON IS RAISING THE PRICE OF PRIME BY $20 A YEAR BECAUSE THEY’RE ADDING A BUNCH OF GODDAMNED FOOTBALL I DIDN’T WANT AND WILL NEVER WATCH. I swear to God, the money I would save if I weren’t forced to subsidize sports and propaganda “news” organizations I never watch …
Hey, look, it’s the 1,976 Game of Thrones actor arguing that fans were never going to be happy with the ending because they didn’t want the show to end and not, because, you know, of the bad writing. What I find fascinating about these statements is that the actors seem to feel defensive about the ending when they were just playing a role they were given. If y’all are out there blaming the actors, you need to adjust your focus.
Here are all the other characters that Jason Mantzoukas has voiced, in case you were wondering.
This isn’t TV news, but why why why did this have to be in Houston?
There’s a lot of talk about banning books in schools, but we were surprised these republicans wanted to ban the Bible. pic.twitter.com/gq4b89x2PO
— The Good Liars (@TheGoodLiars) February 1, 2022
- Euphoria has been renewed at HBO.
- Yellowstone has been renewed for a fifth season on Paramount+.
- Somebody Somewhere has been renewed for a second season on HBO.
- The L Word: Generation Q has been renewed for a third season on Showtime.
- Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. has been renewed for a second season at Disney+.
- Chapelwaite has been renewed for a second season at Epix.
- Domina has been renewed for a second season at Epix.
- Condor has been renewed for a third season at Epix.
- Alex vs America has been renewed for season two on Food Network.
- NFL Icons has been renewed for a second season at Epix.
- 90 Day: The Single Life has been renewed for a third season on Discovery+.
- Kendra Sells Hollywood has been renewed for a second season on Discovery+.
- Love in Paradise: The Caribbean has been renewed for a second season on Discovery+.
- Pig Royalty has been renewed for a second season on Discovery+.
- Ghost Brothers: Lights Out has been renewed for a second season on Discovery+.
- Murder Under The Friday Night Lights has been renewed for a second season on ID.
- Children Ruin Everything has been renewed for a second season on CTV.
- The Winchesters; Walker: Independence; and Gotham Knights have all been given pilot orders at The CW.
- A mother and son legal drama from Dr. Phil has been given a pilot order at CBS.
- A Presumed Innocent series is in development at Apple TV+.
- A football drama produced by Tony Romo and Chace Crawford — who are brothers-in-law? no, like, really? in real life? — is being developed at Showtime.
- American Classic, a comedy starring Kevin Kline, Hotel Cocaine, a drama about the Miami drug scene, Black Harvest, a noir thriller, and Tails of a London Dog-Walker, a dramedy, are all coming to Epix.
- Epix also greenlit docuseries: Women Who Rock; The Making of a Haunting; The Amityville Murders; Sessions; Hollywood Black; and San Francisco Sounds.
- Storytown, an adult hip-hop animated comedy from Kevin Hart is in development at HBO Max.
- Macaulay Culkin’s Midlife Crisis, a travelogue, is being made for TV.
- The Horror of Dolores Roach, starring Justina Machado, has been picked up to series at Amazon.
- Fake Accounts, a conspiracy thriller, is being adapted into a TV series.
- A docuseries about Shaun White has been greenlit at Discovery+.
- The Inheritance, from the director of Juan of the Dead, is coming to Netflix.
- A limited series adaptation of Crime and Punishment is in the works at streaming service Start.
- Legendborn, a fantasy novel, is being adapted for television.
- Reputation, a political thriller, is being adapted for television.
- Diva, a drama about a 17th-century opera singer, is being adapted for TV.
- Bill Nighy is set to star in The Man Who Fell to Earth on Showtime.
- Ashley Aufderheide, Callie Haverda, Mace Coronel, Maxwell Acee Donovan, Reyn Doi, and Sam Morelos have been cast in That 90s Show on Netflix.
- Quentin Plair and Nicola Peltz are joining Immigrant on Hulu.
- John Harlan Kim has been cast in LA Law on ABC.
- Louis Hofmann will co-star in All the Light We Cannot See on Netflix.
- Paget Brewster will guest on How I Met Your Father on Hulu.
- Dolly Parton will host the 57th CMA Awards on Amazon.
Mark Your Calendar
- The Thing About Pam will debut on NBC on March 8.
- JOE vs. CAROLE will premiere on Peacock on March 3.
- DOWNFALL: The Case Against Boeing will premiere on Netflix on February 18.
- Billy the Kid will debut on Epix on April 24.
- Beyond the Edge will premiere on CBS on March 16.
— CBS (@CBS) February 3, 2022
- Love After Lockup returns on WE tv on March 4.
- Lincoln’s Dilemma will debut on Apple TV+ on February 18.
- The Invisible Thread will premiere on Netflix on March 4.
- Netflix has released a 2022 movie preview.
- Peacock has released a highlights reel for 2022.
- Starstruck will return on BBC Three and HBO Max sometime later this year.
✨Starstruck S2 trailer just for u✨ pic.twitter.com/NWCuiUicfl
— Rose Matafeo (@Rose_Matafeo) February 2, 2022
- Tehran will return on Apple TV+ on May 6.
- Harry Wild debuts on Acorn TV on April 4.
- Slow Horses will premiere on Apple TV+ on April 1.
- The Weekend Away will premiere on Netflix on March 3.
- Legacy: In the Shadow of Greatness will premiere on Discovery+ on March 8.
- Windfall will premiere on Netflix on March 18.
- Black Crab will debut on Netflix on March 18.
- Million Dollar Wheels debuts on Discovery+ on February 28.
- Crime Scene Confidential premieres on ID on March 8.
- Conversations With Friends will debut on Hulu in the spring.
- The Book Of Queer will debut on Discovery+ in June.
Robin Herman, First female journalist allowed in an NHL locker room
The Olympic Winter Games Opening Ceremonies: HAT PARADE!!! 5:30 a.m., live; 7 p.m., primetime, NBC
Sweet Magnolias: Season two. Netflix
Torn: This documentary explores the tragic loss of legendary mountain climber Alex Lowe and his cameraman David Bridges in an avalanche in 1999. Lowe’s best friend Conrad Anker survived the tragedy, and went on to fall in love with and marry Lowe’s widow Jennifer, and raise his three sons. Premiere. Disney+
Winter Olympics: Figure Skating (Team Event); Short-Track Speedskating; Alpine Skiing & More 7 p.m., NBC
Nightmare Alley: Bradley Cooper and Cate Blanchett star in this neo-noir psychological thriller from Guillermo del Toro. 7 p.m., HBO
Winter Olympics: Alpine Skiing; Figure Skating (Team Event); Freestyle Skiing & More 6 p.m., NBC
Power Book IV: Force: In this new series, Tommy Egan leaves New York to take on Chicago. Series premiere. 8:15 p.m., Starz
Claws: Desna and her crew prepare to leave Palmetto in the explosive series finale. 8 p.m., TBS
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- Watch What Happens Live (Sunday): Julia Garner, Whitney Rose
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