Listen to the soothing sounds of Wrinkle the duck’s little cheese feet 🧀 pic.twitter.com/inCNmm4Dhv
— seDUCKtive (@WrinkleTheDuck) April 6, 2022
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After Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted that three Republicans were “pro-pedophile” because they voted in favor of Ketanji Jackson Brown to be appointed to the Supreme Court, Jimmy Kimmel joked, “Where is Will Smith when you need him?”
And someone got mad:
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (@RepMTG) April 6, 2022
Jimmy Kimmel responded in kind:
Officer? I would like to report a joke. https://t.co/3ournv9RwG
— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) April 6, 2022
It should be noted that the Capitol Police (who Greene voted against honoring after some of their own died defending the Capitol from the January 6th rioters) has not confirmed that she made such a report.
Summer of Soul has seen an unsurprising audience bump after winning a back-to-back Oscar and Grammy.
If you’re a fan of Severance, this is an interesting piece about the art direction and production design of it all.
Whoa: according to Eboni K. Williams, only one of her RHONY cast members was willing to come back to the show with her on the show, and it was not the one I was expecting.
NBCUniversal, Paramount, Sony, and Netflix are trying REALLY HARD to not be dragged into this “Don’t Say Gay” mess in Florida, but their time is coming. Especially you, NBCUniversal, with your Universal Studios parks …
Linda Rondstadt on Australian TV in 1983: "Australia gave us Rupert Murdoch. Thanks a lot, you guys. Take him back!"pic.twitter.com/Q4VVlEAwGz
— Robert Maguire (@RobertMaguire_) April 5, 2022
Reportedly, NBC News reporters are mad about Jen Psaki joining MSNBC, believing it will “harm” the NBC brand. Nevermind the fact that Nicole Wallace, one of MSNBC’s most popular hosts, was also a former White House spokesperson. (But I guess because she worked for a GOP White House, it’s OK and doesn’t look partisan?)
JoJo Siwa has pulled out of her upcoming movie Bounce, which was being produced by Will Smith’s production company. However, she claims she left the series months ago, long before The Slap. Maybe!
- The Ultimatum has been renewed at Netflix and will feature an all-queer cast. GOOD FOR THEM.
- Winning Time has been renewed for a second season on HBO
- Constellation, a conspiracy space-based thriller starring Noomi Rapace and Jonathan Banks, has been greenlit at Apple TV+.
- Unstable, a comedy series starring Rob Lowe and John Owen Lowe, has been picked up at Netflix.
- Ending Things, an action-adventure film starring Anthony Mackie and Priyanka Chopra, has been bought at Prime Video.
- Kelsey Grammer’s Historic Battles for America is coming to Fox Nation.
- Paranormal Hitmen is being adapted into a series.
- Maya Erskine is going to co-star in Mr. and Mrs. Smith on Prime Video, replacing Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
- Whoopi Goldberg is joining Anansi Boys on Prime Video as Bird Woman.
- Kate Walsh is returning to Grey’s Anatomy on ABC.
- Dylan McDermott is joining FBI: Most Wanted on CBS.
- Jessica Williams will co-star in Shrinking on Apple TV+.
- Amber Ruffin, Chad L. Coleman, Grey Henson, Heidi Gardner, Hoda Kotb, James Monroe Iglehart, John Lutz, Judy Gold, Mario Cantone, Pat Battle, Piter Marek, Tim Meadows, and Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott will all guest star on Girls5Eva on Peacock.
- Austin Stowell, Patrick Fischler, Bree Elrod, and Philip Ettinger have joined the cast of Friend of the Family on Peacock.
- Victor Rasuk, Christopher Cassarino, Brooke Lyons, and Eugene Byrd have joined Reasonable Doubt on Hulu.
- Daniel Olson and Britian Seibert have joined the cast of Retreat on FX.
- Angourie Rice will co-star in The Last Thing He Told Me on Apple TV+.
- Lauren Lapkus and Krysta Rodriguez will star in the CBS comedy pilot Sober Companion.
- Selenis Leyva, Brice Gonzalez, and Matt Shively have been added to the cast of the NBC comedy pilot Lopez vs. Lopez.
- Harper Anthony is joining the cast of Ironheart on Disney+.
- Brian d’Arcy James has joined Dear Edward on Apple TV+.
- Caroline Aaron has joined the cast of Chanshi.
- Miles Fowler is leaving The Resident on Fox after only one season. Hmm.
Mark Your Calendars
- Russian Doll returns on Netflix on April 20.
- Captive Audience will premiere on Hulu on April 21.
- Crush will debut on Hulu on April 29.
- The Circle will return on Netflix on May 4.
🚨 ALERT! 🚨
The Circle is back, and things are about to get SPICY 🌶
The first episodes of season 4 drop MAY 4th only on Netflix! pic.twitter.com/hmBdrvYPb1
— The Circle on Netflix (@CircleNetflix) April 6, 2022
- Operation Mincemeat will debut on Netflix on May 11.
- Summertime will return on Netflix on May 4.
- A Tiny Audience will premiere on HBO Max on April 22.
- Fight or Flight will premiere on Discovery+ on May 26.
- Somebody Feed Phil will return on Netflix on May 25.
- Louisiana Law will debut on Discovery on April 9.
- The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Presents: Jordan Klepper Fingers the Globe – Hungary for Democracy will air on Comedy Central on April 21.
- Mysteries of the Abandoned returns on Discovery on April 14 and Science Channel on April 19.
- Independent Lens returns on PBS on April 25.
Nehemiah Persoff, Character actor who appeared in Gunsmoke, Twilight Zone, Law & Order, Chicago Hope, and many many others
Rae Allen, Actress in The Sopranos, Seinfeld, Soap, All in the Family, and many others
Jimmy Wang Yu, Taiwanese martial arts film star
Eric Boehlert, Media critic at Media Matters, Salon, and Daily Kos
Tokyo Vice: Ansel Elgort stars in this new series about a journalist’s descent into the Tokyo underworld in the 1990s. Series premiere. HBO Max
Woke: Season two. Hulu
Cursed Films: Second season of the horror history series. Shudder
Severance: The first season finale of the weird and weirdly compelling series. Apple TV+
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Michelle Pfeiffer, Camila Cabello, Latto
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Joe Manganiello, Corey Stoll, Johnny Rabb
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Clarissa Ward, Pete Holmes, Anitta
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jason Segel, Diane Kruger, Bonnie Raitt
- Watch What Happens Live: Robin Thede, Patricia Arquette
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