I cannot stress enough that the bathtub is empty. pic.twitter.com/aH6gh4M4VG
— Casey Malone (@CaseyMalone) May 16, 2022
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Stranger Things‘s final episodes are reportedly long — like some of them will be movie-length long. And the cast is warning younger viewers that it’s going to be SCARY.
Speaking of Stranger Things, reportedly thanks to a Stranger Things-branded Monopoly game that hit the shelves a bit too early, there are some major spoilers out there. The Duffer Bothers reportedly had a “total meltdown” about the leak. I’m not going to share any spoilers here but if you’re curious, there’s a Reddit thread that has all the details.
This is Us tried to murder all of us with their penultimate episode this week. As someone who has a very sad thing going on in my own family right now, I found it simultaneously almost unbearable and deeply cathartic. (But I’m also back on the verge of tears just thinking about it again.)
— Mandy Moore (@TheMandyMoore) May 18, 2022
Still, Miguel deserved better.
And this list of TV shows deaths that were a punch in the gut did the right thing and didn’t choose a singular Lost death, because, honestly, how do you choose?
Contrary to rumors going around, The CW claims they are not getting out of the superhero business.
Mindy Kaling doesn’t care what you think about her Velma being Southeast Asian. If a dog can solve crimes, Kaling told the audience at the Warner Bros Discovery Upfront presentation, then her Velma “can be brown.”
Some Real Housewives of Beverly Hills business: Erika gave an update on Tom Giradi’s health: “I can only say decline and further decline. It will not get better.” As for Kyle Richards, the last remaining original cast member, she says this season might be her last. (But it probably won’t be.)
This person does a full dissection of the CGI in the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law trailer. It’s bad, y’all. It’s really bad.
Disney+ says they will have fewer ads than Hulu on their ad-supported level, and that demand is “extraordinary.”
Sinclair Broadcast’s CEO admits that political polarization is good for their business. The country is on fire, but GREAT FOR THEM.
According to Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy, the upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi series on Disney+ will be the last chapter in the whole Skywalker saga.
in honor of it being 13 years since glee first aired, here’s a thread of the most unhinged performances from the show: pic.twitter.com/uPxuLBIctX
— ★ (@motivatefenty) May 18, 2022
Poor Kelly Monaco! DON’T JUST TOSS YOUR CIGARETTES, ASSHOLES.
- 48 Hours has been renewed for season 35 on CBS.
- Fixer to Fabulous has been renewed for a second season on HGTV.
- Grace has been renewed for a third season at ITV.
- Riverdale is going to end on The CW after season 7.
- A documentary about Lizzo is in the works at HBO Max.
- The previously announced Bass Reeves project for Paramount+ is now being framed as the second season of 1883: 1883: The Bass Reeves Story.
- The Yellowstone spinoff 6666 will air on Paramount Network before streaming on Paramount+.
- Chelm: The Smartest Place on Earth, an animated series from Sacha Baron Cohen, Mike Judge, and Greg Daniels, has been ordered at Cartoon Network and HBO Max.
- Goodbye Yellow Brick Road: The Final Elton John Performances And the Years That Made His Legend has been bought by Disney+.
- The Hills: Next Gen and Jersey Shore 2.0 have been picked up by MTV, along with a bunch of other new shows.
- Nightbitch is coming to Hulu.
- Lovesong, a half-hour drama, has been ordered at Starz.
- Tooning Out the News is moving from Paramount+ to Cartoon Network.
- Semi Pro has been greenlit at truTV.
- JoJo Goes has been greenlit at Facebook Watch.
- Babylon 5 is still being developed at The CW.
- Fifteen-Love, a British tennis drama, is coming to Prime Video.
- The live-action Wonder Twins film is, indeed, dead at HBO Max.
- Pete Williams is retiring from NBC News after 30 years.
- James D’Arcy has joined the cast of Constellation on Apple TV+.
- Richard E. Grant is joining the cast of Nautilus on Disney+.
- Kelli Williams has been cast in the NBC drama pilot Found.
- Netflix has released the full cast of Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend.
Mark Your Calendars
- Evil — genuinely one of my favorite shows — returns on Paramount+ on June 12.
- The Umbrella Academy returns on Netflix on June 22.
- The Terminal List will debut on Prime Video on July 1.
- Queer As Folk will premiere on Peacock on June 9.
- Halftime will premiere on Netflix on June 14.
- The Devil’s Hour will premiere later this year on Prime Video.
- Prehistoric Planet debuts on Apple TV+ on May 23.
- This Is Going to Hurt will premiere on AMC+ on June 2.
- Fairfax returns on Prime Video on June 10.
- Harriet the Spy returns on Apple TV+ on May 20.
- Dead End: Paranormal Park premieres on Netflix on June 16.
- Sing, Dance, Act: Kabuki featuring Toma Ikuta will premiere on Netflix on June 16.
- Shaman King premieres on Netflix on May 26.
- Yellowstone will return on Paramount Network on November 13.
- Tulsa King will premiere on Paramount Network on November 13.
- Trying will return on Apple TV+ on July 22.
- Capital One’s The Match will air on TNT on June 1.
Marnie Schulenburg, As the World Turns and One Life to Live actress
Marvin Josephson, Founder of ICM
Regan Gibbs, Former Kansas Jayhawks soccer player
Angelyne: Emmy Rossum stars as the self-promoting, pink-car-driving, celebrity who was famous for nothing in this new limited series. Premiere. Peacock
Night Sky: Sissy Spacek and J.K. Simmons star as a couple who many years ago discovered a mysterious chamber in their backyard that leads to another planet. Series premiere. Prime Video
Now and Then: A group of college friends’ lives are forever changed after a get-together that leaves one of them dead, in this thriller that sounds like a dramatic version of The Afterparty. Series premiere. Apple TV+
The G Word with Adam Conover: Adam Conover — from Adam Ruins Everything — hosts this look at how the government works. Series premiere. Netflix
Ghost Adventures: House Calls: Zac and his band of screaming dummies help investigate people’s homes in this new series. Premiere. Discovery+
The Ipcress File: This six-part British 60s spy series is based on the best-selling novel. Premiere. Sundance Now; AMC+
Legendary: Keke Palmer replaces the iconic Megan Thee Stallion this season. Season premiere. HBO Max
Law & Order: The murder of an off-duty cop threatens to tear the city apart. Season finale. 7 p.m., NBC
Station 19: Carina and Maya deal with a stressful situation in the season finale. 7 p.m., ABC
Young Sheldon: Sheldon struggles with puberty. Season finale. 7 p.m., CBS
United States of Al: Cindy grow possessive of Al in the series finale. 7:30 p.m., CBS
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season finale. 8 p.m., NBC
How We Roll: In the one-hour series finale, Tom’s mentor suffers a heart attack. 8 p.m., CBS
Law & Order: Organized Crime: Season finale. 9 p.m., NBC
Big Sky: Cassie receives a startling surprise from Scarlett in the season finale. 9 p.m., ABC
Atlanta: Season finale. 9 p.m., FX
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: JoJo Siwa, Rina Sawayama
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Ricky Gervais, Emmy Rossum, Ashe
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Mike Myers, Minha Kim
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Jean Smart, Joshua Jackson, DNCE
- Watch What Happens Live: Bethenny Frankel, Ali Wentworth
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