Last night’s Grammys went so smoothly, we’ve already forgotten about them.

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The Grammys were last night (here are all the winners, including a TikTok spawned musical inspired by Bridgerton? whaaaat?), and no one got slapped! Except, you know, all the women who are still outraged by Louis C.K.’s behavior and lack of accountability.

Meanwhile, studios are pausing Will Smith projects, including Bad Boys 4 and Fast & Loose.

Speaking of Will Smith, he resigned from The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences over The Slap.

And then there are the FCC complaints against the Oscars, which are pretty funny, actually:

“Will used lip calling F word in front of our kids and family.”

“An actor at the Oscars attacked a comedian at the 2022 Oscar Awards Ceremony on live tv; and it was not rated V for violence. The should be fined.”

“Hello: I would like to file a complaint against ABC for airing multiple uses of profanity (the F word -twice) and airing a live violent physical assault of Chris Rock by Will Smith. I do not believe it is legal to assault on live TV and do not think it is legal to use the F word on a family show aired by ABC and Walt Disney Company. I would like to seek damages, monetary or in the form of free subscriptions for like twenty years to Disney Plus.”

Yeah, I don’t think the FCC hands out subscriptions to Disney+.

No one asked you, Bill Maher. Sit down.

But back to the Grammys for one second: President Zelensky delivered a powerful message during the ceremony. This could have been you, Oscars:

Big news, Witcher fans:

CODA‘s big Oscar win has brought in a 25% increase in viewers to Apple TV+. But we’ll see how many of them stick around after the initial free 7 days.

Fox News had, somehow, earned a 100 percent rating as one of the best places to work for LGBTQ+ quality by the Human Rights Campaign. But thanks to their coverage of Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill, they’ve dropped 25 points. Good. They shouldn’t have had a 100 percent to begin with.

The GLAAD Media Awards were this weekend. Here are your big winners.

Gillian Anderson is not coming back to The X-Files, guys.

Friday was April Fool’s Day, and the only prank I approve of is the one the Jimmys pulled:

It should be no surprise that MAGAites would think Archie Bunker was the moral center of All in the Family.

Kanye has pulled out of Coachella, which means Travis Scott won’t be appearing, either. (This is all for the best.)

Congratulations to John Baptiste and Suleika Jaouad! (And also, congratulations on all those Grammys, or whatever … )


In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendar

  • The Flight Attendant returns on HBO Max on April 21.
  • Pistol will premiere on FX on May 31.
  • The Quest begins streaming on Disney+ on May 11.
  • Legend of the Sea Devils will debut on BBC America on April 17.
  • Impractical Jokers returns on TruTV on June 16.
  • Prehistoric Planet will premiere on Apple TV+ on May 23.
  • Hold Your Breath: The Ice Dive will premiere on Netflix on May 3.
  • Our Blues will debut on Netflix on April 9.
  • The Bob’s Burgers Movie will come to theaters on May 27.


Estelle Harris, Actress most famous as Estelle Costanza on Seinfeld and Mrs. Potato Head from Toy Story

Barrie Youngfellow, Actress from It’s a Living

June Brown, Actress from BBC soap EastEnders

Walter Coblenz, Oscar- and Emmy-nominated producer

C.W. McCall, Songwriter who wrote “Convoy”

Patrick Demarchelier, Fashion photographer known for his photos of Princess Diana and 90s supermodels

Mantas Kvedaravicius, Lithuanian filmmaker murdered in Ukraine by the Russians

Maks Levin, Ukrainian war photographer murdered in  Ukraine by the Russians. One of his final photographs from the war:


Invisible Pilot: This documentary series follows the crazy but true story of a pilot in small-town Arkansas who found himself tied up in drug smuggling and a plot with the CIA, leading to a huge political scandal. Series premiere. 8 p.m., HBO

Benjamin Franklin: Ken Burns turns his attention to one of our most famous Founding Fathers. Series premiere. 7 p.m., PBS

NCAA Basketball Championship: Sports. 8 p.m., TBS, TNT

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, Alison Brie, Kevin & Danielle Jonas, Coi Leray
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers: Leslie Mann, Robin Thede, Johnny Rabb
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Shaq, Mayim Bialik
  • The Late Late Show with James Corden: Lisa Kudrow, Mira Sorvino, Jimmie Allen
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Eiza González, alt-J
  • Watch What Happens Live: Ciara Miller, Andrea Denver

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ABC American Idol
The Good Doctor
CBS The Neighborhood
Bob ♥ Abishola
NCIS: Hawai’i
CW All American
All American: Homecoming
FOX 9-1-1
9-1-1: Lone Star
NBC American Song Contest
The Endgame

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