Kitten realizes he has more than 1 paw.. 😅 pic.twitter.com/AO354ckxJQ
— Buitengebieden (@buitengebieden_) February 6, 2022
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Well, well, well. Look who decided that Leslie Jones live-tweeting the Olympics is actually to their benefit and trying to crack down on her doing so was a bad look: “This was the result of a third-party error, and the situation has been resolved. She is free to do her social media posts as she has done in the past. She is a super fan of the Olympics, and we are super fans of her,” said NBC.
The Oscar nominees were announced this morning. Here’s where you can watch and/or stream the Best Picture nominees. I’m going to be completely honest with you: I have seen exactly TWO films that were nominated, and neither of them were nominated for Best Picture or in any of the acting or directing categories. I haven’t even seen Dune. Thankfully, a lot of these movies are available to stream, so maybe I spend a couple of weekends bingeing? We’ll see. Oh, and you’re welcome to try to guess which two movies I’ve seen, but good luck!
Ted Lasso will probably not return in the summer thanks to a “football wrinkle” causing filming delays.
From is a new show produced by some former Lost producers (not Cuse or Lindelof) that will debut on Epix on February 20, and the producers SWEAR they won’t make the same mistakes Lost did. I get why they have to say that, but it always irritates me when they do. IF ANYONE HAS QUESTIONS ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED ON LOST, I AM MORE THAN HAPPY TO ANSWER THEM FOR YOU, GAH.
Oscar Isaac sums up why TV is better than big-budget movies right now.
There’s a stand-up comedian Netflix controversy that has nothing to do with Dave Chappelle, but it is a good illustration of how the First Amendment works. (And how cancel culture isn’t really a thing in a capitalist society — it’s just a marketplace of ideas and no one is obligated to buy your bullshit — but I digress.)
They say Seinfeld was a visionary show but they really whiffed this one pic.twitter.com/xntHr8QwvQ
— EDW (@EmilyDWarfield) February 7, 2022
- The Smurfs has been renewed for a second season on Nickelodeon.
- That’s My Jam has been renewed for a second season on NBC.
- Reacher has been renewed for a second season on Amazon.
- A spinoff of The Rookie starring Niecy Nash is being developed.
- Sunny, a dark comedy starring Rashida Jones, has been given a series order at Apple TV+.
- Mrs. American Pie, starring Kristen Wiig, is being adapted at Apple TV+.
- Disney announced a bunch of new titles: Superfudge, an animated film from The Russo Brothers for Disney+; Paolo Santiago and the River of Tears at Disney+; and Tiny Trailblazers, an animated series starring Reese Witherspoon for Disney Junior. Growing Up, a series about adolescence produced by Brie Larson is coming to Disney+ as is Rennervations, a show where Jeremy Renner goes around the world renovating vehicles. Or something. They have also ordered films Under Wraps 2 and The Naughty Nine for Disney Channel and Disney+.
- Palomino, a female-led action series, has been ordered at Netflix.
- AZNBBGRL, a coming-of-age drama, has been ordered to pilot at Freeform.
- Average Joe, a dark dramedy, is being developed at BET+.
- Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul has been ordered at Peacock.
- An unproduced Planet of the Apes screenplay is being adapted into a TV series.
- Masters in Medicine with Dr. Sanjay Gupta is coming to CNN+.
- A TV series and documentary about the Gucci family drama is in the works at Sky Studios.
- ZATO, a Russian detective series has been ordered at Netflix.
- Crypto Beach, a docuseries, is being shopped around.
- Leah Fong has signed an overall deal with Netflix.
- Rita Ora will co-star in the Beauty and the Beast live-action series on Disney+.
- Ashleigh Murray will co-star in Tom Swift on The CW.
- Alex Rich will star in The Patient on FX.
- Daveed Diggs will narrate The Crossover on Disney+.
- Djouliet Amara, Ally Maki, and Crystal Fox will costar in The Big Door Prize on Apple TV+.
- Hosea Chanchez, Devere Rogers, Griffin Matthews, Brandon Gill, and Bernard David Jones have joined the pilot Remember.
- Jojo T. Gibbs, Javicia Leslie, Chido Nwokocha, Stephanie Shepherd, and Michael Roark will star in the Amazon film Something from Tiffany’s.
- Paul Sun-Hyung Lee will host Fandemonium.
- Alex Wagner is returning to MSNBC.
- Keisha Lance Bottoms is joining CNN as a political commentator.
Mark Your Calendars
- Better Call Saul will return on AMC soon. (Maybe April 18 based on the “D” and “R” evidence tags?)
#BetterCallSaul returns for its final season. Mark your calendar. pic.twitter.com/xX7Rsb3qmK
— Better Call Saul (@BetterCallSaul) February 7, 2022
- Good Trouble will return on Freeform on March 9.
- Funeral For A Dog will debut on Sky Atlantic and NOW on March 17.
- Tokyo Vice will debut on HBO on April 7.
- Theodosia will premiere on HBO Max on March 10.
- Naked and Afraid returns on Discovery and Discovery+ on February 27.
- Brooklyn Nine-Nine is coming to Comedy Central with a marathon on February 20.
- 10 Truths About Love will premiere on Tubi on February 10.
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Jeopardy! National College Championship: Teens smarter than you show off. 7 p.m., ABC
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- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Channing Tatum, David Oyelowo
- The Daily Show: Robert Glasper
- Watch What Happens Live: Chrishell Stause, Margaret Josephs
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