If I start sitting on my dragon eggs now, do you think they’ll hatch by August?

I love him:

Just a silly boy doing his thing from aww

All Other TV News

PREPARE THE RAVENS: August 21st is the official premiere date for House of the Dragon, the prequel series to Game of Thrones. The series follows the story of the Targaryen civil war known as the “Dance of the Dragons,” which marked the beginning of the end of their long reign over Westeros. And the good news is, the story has already been written and completed by George R.R. Martin, so they can’t fuck the ending up.

You can’t say that Paul Rudd doesn’t commit to the bit.

Here’s a thing I learned today: recent Oscar-winner Troy Kotsur helped develop the Tusken Raiders sign language in The Mandalorian.

Elliot Page revealed that his Umbrella Academy character has officially been renamed, and will go by he/him pronouns, mirroring his own transition:

I know it’s not my place, but I am weirdly proud of Page as he presents a brave face through such a public transition. As this piece that talks about his Oscar moment notes: “Page quickly became the most famous trans man in the world, and entered the murky waters of transition as a public figure. While pioneers like Laverne Cox and Janet Mock rose to fame solidly post-transition and Caitlyn Jenner hibernated until her Vanity Fair cover shoot, Page is the highest profile actor to come out mid-career.”

The New York Times talks to five of the six still-married Bachelor/Bachelorette couples to learn how they managed to stay together. (Spoiler alert: they’re just like every married couple you’ve ever known.) The most interesting detail in this article is what is NOT in it: Rachel Lindsay and her husband Bryan Abasolo. Lindsay cut ties with “Bachelor Nation” after the entire Chris Harrison kerfuffle, and she appears to be taking that divorce seriously. And yes, I’m still working on my recaps.

Georgia is considering changing its very generous tax policies for film and TV productions, pulling them way back. The current tax policy helps support tens of thousands of jobs in the state, multiple studios, and, as I can attest personally, education programs like SCAD’s, making Georgia one of the biggest centers of the film industry in the world. However, there’s a lot of political tension between Hollywood and Georgia, and like Texas and Louisiana before it, Georgia might be willing to kill their film industry because they don’t like the idea of giving “Hollyweird” tax credits. Stay tuned.

I hope Maria Menounos is recovering from Oscars night:

Keep a thought for Bruce Willis, who has revealed he is retiring from acting after receiving an aphasia diagnosis.

Going Viral

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Hi! We’re still doing this because WE’RE NOT DONE YET.

Lin-Manuel Miranda had to skip the Oscars because his wife tested positive.

Hulu’s Chippendale’s limited series (which previously was known as Immigrant) had to pause production because of positive cases on set.

New York City is lifting vaccine mandates for athletes and performers which … I mean …

White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has tested positive.

Taron Egerton tested positive and had to sit out his London play, Cock.

In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendars

  • The Staircase premieres on HBO on May 5.
  • Under The Banner Of Heaven will debut on FX on Hulu on April 28.
  • Three Busy Debras will return on Adult Swim on April 22.
  • Elite returns on Netflix on April 8.
  • Alice in Borderland will return on Netflix in December.
  • Honeymoon with My Mother will debut on Netflix on April 29.
  • Battle Kitty will premiere on Netflix on April 19.
  • Ice Age: Scrat Tales will debut on Disney+ on April 13.
  • Madagascar A Little Wild will return on Peacock on April 4.


Marvin J. Chomsky, Director of Roots, Star Trek, Hawaii Five-0, and many others

Paul Herman, Actor in The Sopranos, The Irishman, and Goodfellas


Moon Knight: Oscar Isaac stars in this new Marvel series as a mild-mannered man who discovers that he has a dissociative disorder, and shares a body with a dangerous mercenary. Series premiere. Disney+

When We Were Bullies: A filmmaker tracks down his fifth-grade classmates and teacher to examine what they remember about a bullying incident from 50 years ago. Premiere. 8 p.m., HBO

Queen of Versailles Reigns Again: If you haven’t seen the documentary “Queen of Versailles” about Jackie Siegel, and her determination to build America’s largest house, go do so first. If you have seen it, this new series follows up on her competition of the project. Series premiere. Discovery+

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Hasan Minaj, Roman Reigns, Mimi Webb
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers: Jeff Foxworthy, Brooke Colucci
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Elle Fanning, Ben Schwartz
  • The Late Late Show with James Corden: David Duchovny; Christina Perri

WEDS. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Goldbergs
The Wonder Years
The Conners
Home Economics
24 Months That Changed the World
CBS Survivor
Beyond the Edge
Good Sam
CW The Flash
Kung Fu
FOX The Masked Singer
Domino Masters
NBC Chicago Med
Chicago Fire
Chicago P.D.

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