As if Netflix wasn’t having a rough enough year, now ‘Schitt’s Creek’ is leaving them.

The horse does not care about your injuries, thanks.

The rare moment when r/onejob and r/r/animalsbeingderps collide… from onejob

All Other TV News

Under the Banner of Heaven begins streaming on Hulu today. This is a good piece interviewing the creators both of the book and the series about how it came to be made. And this piece outlines the true story behind the series, in case you are unfamiliar.

Warming Glow demands that limited series be allowed to remain limited — one season — instead of milked dry. One just needs to look at Watchmen and WandaVision to see that allowing a series to end on its own terms, no matter how successful it might have been, is ultimately best not just for the show’s legacy in the long run, but for the fans, too.

We have more details about the now “Just Daryl” Walking Dead spinoff, and why Carol won’t be involved. And the reason Melissa McBride won’t be in the series might actually reveal the origin of the zombie apocalypse. It’s speculation, mind you, but it is interesting.

Schitt’s Creek will be moving to Hulu from Netflix later this year, as if Netflix needed any more bad news. The series moves over to Hulu on October 3, so start bingeing now if you only have Netflix.

Peacock had a good quarter and added 4 million subscribers, if anyone was wondering where Netflix’s subscribers went.

The Television Academy has announced the recipients of the 15th Television Academy Honors:

  • Black and Missing (HBO)
  • Dopesick (Hulu)
  • Insecure (HBO)
  • It’s a Sin (HBO Max)
  • Reservation Dogs (FX)
  • Taste the Nation: Holiday Edition (Hulu)
  • The Year Earth Changed (Apple TV+)

CNN+ is shutting down today, which is two days earlier than previously announced. Subscribers, all five of them, will receive full refunds.

Pajiba makes an argument that amidst all the great stuff on TV, we’ve also entered the age of 30 Rock TV, with offerings like F-Boy Island, Is It Cake? and Sexy Beasts. And honestly? They’re not wrong.

For a reminder of what 30 Rock TV is:

H’oh boy:

And let this be a reminder to have a plan to vote in the midterms: check your registration, know where your polling location is, early vote if you can, and be prepared for a wait. Please vote, because these lunatics certainly will.

CinemaCon has been happening this week in Las Vegas. It’s a convention and trade show for movie theater owners, and studios use it as a forum to preview their upcoming films. Olivia Wilde was on stage introducing her upcoming film, Don’t Worry Darling, which stars her now-boyfriend Harry Styles, when a person approached the stage and slid a manila envelope to the actor/director. “This for me?” she asked, before looking at the contents briefly and then continuing with her presentation.

There was a lot of speculation about what was in the envelope, with an unsolicited script being the most popular theory. But NOPE, apparently, they were legal custody documents from Jason Sudeikis’ team. Which, come on, that’s just rude. Sudeikis is claiming he knew nothing about how the papers were going to be delivered, and said he “would never condone her being served in such an inappropriate manner.” His law firm better fire those process servers, because this is not a good look. Also, CinemaCon appears to be deeply embarrassed that their security did not prevent this, and is reviewing their procedures.

Speaking of someone who needs to step up their security procedures, Travis Scott’s people have decided that seven months is enough. I’m not saying that it isn’t, but as their Not!Lawyer, I hope they have made SIGNIFICANT changes to their security procedures.



  • Pretty Smart has been canceled on Netflix after one season.

In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendars

  • Black Gold will debut on Paramount+ on May 17.
  • The Book of Queer will premiere on Discovery+ on June 2.
  • Christina P: Mom Genes will premiere on Netflix on May 8.
  • Failing Upwards will premiere on Prime Video on May 27.


Kenneth Tsang, Actor who appeared in Rush Hour, Die Another Day and many others

Randy Rand, Bassist for the hair band Autograph


The Offer: The true, wild story of what it took to bring the greatest American movie, The Godfather, to the screen. Series premiere. Paramount+

Made for Love: Season two. HBO Max

Undone: Season two of the trippy animated series. Prime Video

Shining Girls: Elisabeth Moss stars in this new crime drama about a would-be journalist whose violent assault leads her to investigate a similar murder case. Series premiere. Apple TV+

NFL Draft: Sportsball. 7 pm., ABC, ESPN, NFLN

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Christina Ricci, Diplo, Miguel
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers: Andrew Garfield, Mary Louise Parker, Fred Eltringham
  • The Late Late Show with James Corden: Molly Shannon, Josh Groban, Giveon
  • The Daily Show: Beto O’Rourke, Daniel Ricciardo
  • Watch What Happens Live: Oscar Isaac, Kiernan Shipka
THUR 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC 2022 NFL Draft on ABC
CBS Young Sheldon
United States of Al
How We Roll
How We Roll
CW Walker
FOX MasterChef Junior
Call Me Kat
Welcome to Flatch
NBC Law & Order
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: Organized Crime

Leave a Reply