The real Wonder Woman has no time for your homophobia

Give me all of the miniature horses.

All Other TV News

Well, we now know what Matthew Morrison meant when he said he was leaving So You Think You Can Dance for violating “competition production protocols” and of course it has nothing to do with COVID. But nice try, Morrison.

Lynda Carter is a real-life superhero:

Jada Pinkett Smith hopes that Will and Chris Rock can work things out. OK.

Apparently, Bowen Yang stole Faye Dunaway’s name for his Twitter handle, and now she wants to come on SNL to confront him about it.

A Darth Vader series? Maybe! But probably definitely not!

There will never be a truce in the war between Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall.

And in other … And Just Like That news: the show is threatening us with “more Che.” Let’s hope it’s more of her gut-bustingly hilarious comedy because we can’t get enough of that, amirite?

Colton Haynes nearly didn’t get his role on Teen Wolf because the head of MTV was upset he had been in a gay photoshoot for XY Magazine years before. Haynes was also instructed to go back into the closet during the years the show aired. A reminder: Teen Wolf aired between 2011 and 2017, not in the 80s.

The Top Chef final three reveal their favorite fast food, and I have to say, I’m disappointed in Houston’s Evelyn. You’re really going to choose McDonald’s over Whataburger?

Over at CNN, new head Chris Licht is cracking down on the “BREAKING NEWS” chyrons. He also is adding a “Guns in America” beat. GOOD.

Add the reboot of Queer as Folk to the list of shows including a content warning thanks to the endless mass shootings in this country.

Ooooh, some lady is suing Nene Leakes for stealing her husband.

The Johnny Depp/Amber Heard defamation trial has reached a verdict: The jury awarded him $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive, and Amber Heard won $2 million in compensatory damages. The live verdict had more viewers than the season finales of Abbott Elementary and Better Call Saul, which is kinda depressing.  I have lots of thoughts about this, but am too tired to deal with the Depp bots for now, so I’ll just say that I am genuinely concerned about the silencing effect that this will have on other victims of domestic abuse. Amber Heard plans to appeal the decision.

Love is dead, once again.


In Development

  • English Teacher, a comedy about a gay high school teacher in Austin, has been ordered at FX.
  • Deliver Me is being adapted into a TV series at Netflix.
  • The Fields is being adapted into a TV series.

Casting News

Mark Your Calendars

  • Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend premieres on Netflix on June 15.
  • Rutherford Falls returns on Peacock on June 16.
  • Wednesday will premiere on Netflix sometime this fall.

  • The Princess will debut on Hulu on July 1.
  • Trevor: The Musical will premiere on Disney+ on June 24.
  • Irma Vep will debut on HBO on June 6.
  • Moonhaven will debut on AMC+ on July 7.
  • Animal Kingdom returns on TNT on June 19.
  • Spotlights: A Showtime Short Film Series will premiere on Showtime on June 12.
  • TMZ Presents Johnny vs. Amber: From Love to Hate will air on Fox on June 7.
  • Fright Club will return on Travel Channel and Discovery+ on June 30.
  • Hip Hop My House will premiere on Paramount+ on June 21.
  • Keeping Up with the Joneses will return on LMN on July 8.
  • Biography: WWE Legends; WWE Rivals and WWE Smack Talk all premiere on USA on July 10.
  • Chrisley Knows Best returns on USA on June 23.
  • CMT Crossroads: Black Pumas & Mickey Guyton will air on CMT on June 15.
  • ONI: Thunder God’s Tale will debut on Netflix soon.
  • The Guava Juice Show will premiere on YouTube on June 4.


Bart Bryant, Multiple PGA Tour winner

Marion Barber III, Former Dallas Cowboy running back


The Boys: Brace yourselves. Season three. Prime Video

Top Chef: A winner is chosen in a terrific Houston season. Season finale. 7 p.m., Bravo

The Book of Queer: A five-episode series celebrating the history of the LGBTQ community. Series premiere. Discovery+

Physical: Season two. Apple TV+

Fire Island: Bowen Yang and Margaret Cho star in this queer take on Pride and Prejudice. Premiere. Hulu

This Is Going to Hurt: Ben Whishaw stars in this drama as an overworked doctor struggling to keep some balance in his life. Series premiere. AMC+, Sundance Now

Late Night:

  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Queen Latifah, Danny Ramirez, Pusha T
  • The Daily Show: Sergiy Kyslytsya
THUR 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC NBA Playoffs
CBS Young Sheldon
United States of Al
B Positive
Her Majesty The Queen: A Gayle King Special
CW Walker
FOX MasterChef Junior
MasterChef Junior
NBC Law & Order
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: Organized Crime

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