Happy birthday to Daisy:
today is Daisy’s 15th birthday 🙂 pic.twitter.com/GeViYiAg6k
— 🌼 (@aznbbgoth) March 1, 2022
All Other TV News
Joy Behar wiped out trying to get into her chair on The View, but she’s fine.
— Lebang Moloi (@lebang_moloi) March 3, 2022
I’m not laughing, only because I know that if I had to clamber into one of those chairs, I’d fall on my ass, too.
Considering we had to wait two years for this upcoming third season to come out, they BETTER be making season four right now.
And in other good Amazon news: Good Omens season two has wrapped filming.
Make pumps 20 building fire, currently ongoing at Dalton Mills in Keighley. @WYFRSControl have @WYFRS crews from across the county there along with crews from @NorthYorksFire Skipton. @YorkshireHart also assisting. pic.twitter.com/oVkkz5Eua2
— Malik Walton 🇺🇦 (@Cameramal) March 3, 2022
American Horror Story; Pose; and American Crime Story are all headed to Hulu from Netflix soon, and I’ll finally be able to catch up with Impeachment.
And when CNN+ launches, if you subscribe within the first four weeks, you can lock in a $2.99 monthly subscription fee. Otherwise, it will be $5.99 a month.
For years now, I’ve heard that the worst host of Saturday Night Live, hands down, was Steven Seagal, but I hadn’t actually seen any of the episode. In this interview with Howard Stern, Bob Odenkirk — who was a writer on the show at the time — describes what a doofus he was, and there is a clip at the end of the sketch that Seagal came up with … and, y’all, it’s glorious. It truly is worth the three minutes to watch:
The invasion into Ukraine by Russian forces continues, unfortunately, and is becoming much more violent against civilian centers. Over one million people have fled the country in the past week, which is mind-boggling.
Russia’s last independent TV station which has been critical of the government and the invasion has been pulled off the air. But they’re signaling that something is afoot:
On Swan Lake in Russia, @DAlperovitch: The Tchaikovsky ballet was played on a loop in 1991 during the coup…That's how the public knew that there was huge turmoil happening…The last independent TV station was shut down by authorities & they're now playing Swan Lake” #AMRstaff
— Andrea Mitchell (@mitchellreports) March 3, 2022
The entertainment industry, particularly international distributors, are not sure how to respond to the uncertainty: “One international distribution veteran with links to the region told us: ‘Between the obliteration of Ukraine, the sanctions which have paralyzed transactions in and out of Russia, and the crashing ruble, Russia as we know it has come to a grinding halt. There are going to be massive cancellations and refunds and no one knows where this ends.’”
Russian and Belarusian athletes have been kicked out of the Beijing Paralympics currently taking place. This is in the wake of the news that China asked Russia to hold off on the invasion until after the Olympics, which, UNCOOL, CHINA.
Roman Abramovich, the Russian oligarch who owns Chelsea Football Club, confirms he is selling it and the proceeds are to go to a foundation for Ukrainian war victims. We’ll see.
Maksim Chmerkovskiy made it back to Los Angeles safely and has been reunited with his wife Peta Murgatroyd and family.
Oligarchs’ yachts are being seized. YESSSSS. DO MORE OF THIS.
- The Afterparty has been renewed for a second season on Apple TV+.
- Next Level Chef has been renewed for a second season on Fox.
- Couples Therapy has been renewed for a third season on Showtime.
- The Cuphead Show has been renewed for a second season on Netflix.
- Neighbours is really, truly, fully canceled at 37 years.
- Phoebe Waller-Bridge is making a new series at Prime Video. HOORAY!
- So You Think You Can Dance IS OFFICIALLY COMING BACK THIS SUMMER! Yay!
- The Jennifer Hudson Show is coming to Fox in the fall.
- A documentary about Pamela Anderson is being made — with her permission and involvement — at Netflix.
- A limited series about the downfall of Jerry Falwell Jr. is in development.
- Five Families, a docuseries about the Mafia produced by Ray Liotta, has been greenlit at History Channel.
- History’s Greatest Heists with Pierce Brosnan has been greenlit at History Channel.
- Harlem Hellfighters, a four-part World War I series from Robin Roberts has been greenlit at History Channel.
- Sitting Bull, a documentary produced by Leonardo DiCaprio, has been greenlit at History Channel.
- History’s Greatest of All-Time with Peyton Manning and competition series The Einstein Challenge have also been greenlit at History Channel.
- Real Love, a movie produced by Mary J. Blige, and inspired by her song, has been ordered at Lifetime.
- Are You the One? is moving from MTV to Paramount+ and will have an international cast.
- A documentary series about Record Label Murder Inc. is being made at BET.
- Stapleview, a sketch comedy series, is coming to TikTok.
- Nemesis, a Dutch thriller, is being adapted at Disney+.
- Evan Rachel Wood has been cast as Madonna in Weird: The Al Yankovic Story on Roku.
- Shanola Hampton has been cast in the lead of Found on NBC.
- Kal Penn has joined The Santa Clause on Disney+.
- Robin De Jesús has joined the cast of Immigrant on Hulu.
- Billy Burke and Kevin Alejandro are joining the cast of Cal Fire on CBS.
- Tyler Alvarez, Madeleine Arthur, and Olga Merediz have been added to the cast of Blockbuster on Netflix.
- Antonia Thomas has returned to The Good Doctor for a guest role.
- Wu Kang-ren, Alice Ko, Tuo Tsung-hua, Yao Chun-yao, Fandy Fan, Cammy Chiang, Hsia Teng-hung, and Ruby Lin have been cast in The Copycat Killer on Netflix.
- Nick Zano has exited Legends of Tomorrow on The CW.
Mark Your Calendars
- The Girl From Plainville debuts on Hulu on March 29.
- iCarly returns on Paramount+ on April 8.
- Master will debut on Prime Video on March 18.
- Slow Horses will debut on Apple TV+ on April 1.
- Bust Down premieres on Peacock on March 10.
- The Outlaws will debut on Prime Video on April 1.
- Holy Heist will debut on Discovery+ on March 15.
- Street Outlaws: America’s List premieres on Discovery on March 21.
- Luxe Listings Sydney premieres on Prime Video on April 1.
- When We Were Bullies will debut on HBO on March 30.
- The MTV Movie & TV Awards will air on June 5, and Movie & TV Awards: Unscripted on June 6 on MTV.
Farrah Forke, Actress known for Wings and Lois & Clarke
Kirk Bailey, Salute Your Shorts actor
Alan Ladd Jr., Oscar-winning producer and executive at Fox and MGM/United Artists. He commissioned George Lucas to write Star Wars, and is responsible for Braveheart, Alien, Blade Runner, The Omen, All That Jazz, Norma Rae, Chariots of Fire, Thelma & Louise, and Young Frankenstein being made.
Veronica Carlson, British actress known for her work in Hammer Horror Films
Charles Criss, Darren Criss’ brother
Top Chef: Houston: Top Chef finally FINALLY comes to Houston, Texas’ greatest food city (yeah, I said it, Austin). Season premiere. 7 p.m., Bravo
Our Flag Means Death: Rhys Darby stars as an 18th century would-be pirate in this new comedy from Taika Waititi. Series premiere. HBO Max
Joe vs. Carole: Kate McKinnon is Carole Baskin in this fictionalized account of the events of Tiger King. (which … how can they possibly make the events of Tiger King any more ridiculous than the events of Tiger King?) Premiere Peacock
Star Trek: Picard: Season premiere. Paramount+
The Tourist: Jamie Dornan stars as a man who loses his memory after being pursued in the Australian outback in this new action-thriller series. HBO Max
The Afterparty: Will the killer finally be revealed in the season finale? Apple TV+
The Boys Present: Diabolical: This animated series set in The Boys universe will have to tide you over until the Supes return this summer. Premiere. Prime Video
Lucy and Desi: Amy Poehler directed this documentary about the comedy power couple. Premiere. Prime Video
Central Park: Season premiere. Apple TV+
The Peanuts Classic Anthology Series: Premiere. Apple TV+
Fresh: Daisy Edgar-Jones and Sebastian Stan star in this very dark thriller about … appetites … Hulu
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Dua Lipa, Sam Heughan, Band of Horses
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Amy Poehler, Jeffrey Wright, Carter McLean
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Kyle MacLachlan, Arian Moayed, Pusha T
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Camila Cabello, Nathan Lane
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jamie Dornan, Louisa Jacobson, Shenseea
- The Daily Show: Serena Williams
- Watch What Happens Live: Charli XCX, Shay Mitchell
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