If ‘Ted Lasso’ ends after only three seasons, we riot.

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The Ted Lasso guys are threatening that season three will be the last. HOW DARE THEY.

The Scrubs cast and creator would like to have a revival now, please, and thank you.

Magnum P.I. might be saved by NBC and USA. Stay tuned.

The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power executive producers are not going to go out like those Game of Thrones chumps.

“We even know what our final shot of the last episode is going to be,” Payne teases to Empire in our world-exclusive cover story. “The rights that Amazon bought were for a 50-hour show. They knew from the beginning that was the size of the canvas – this was a big story with a clear beginning, middle, and end. There are things in the first season that don’t pay off until Season 5.”

Meanwhile, George R.R. Martin is still raving about House of the Dragon. Interestingly, he notes that the writers made some changes to his story, but that they improved it, so we’ll see.

Some of y’all are too young to appreciate this news, but for those of us who grew up watching Beavis and Butt-Head when it originally aired, the news that they are restoring the original music videos with their commentary for streaming is ABSOLUTELY HUGE NEWS.

Gen Zers out here discovering Kate Bush is adorable.

As for Will’s sexuality in Stranger Things, The Duffer Brothers say you should be asking that question, and it will be addressed in the final episodes next month.

The Last Week Tonight folks are playing with fire:

Context available at the 6:45 minute here:

Jimmy Kimmel is making noises about wanting to retire. I would say it’s all contract bluster, but I thought the same thing about James Corden, and look at what happened there.

CBS is considering a panel of late-night hosts to replace James Corden, instead of just one middle-aged white guy. So The View? But late night? And probably a lot fewer women?

Speaking of The View, how’s the search for Meghan McCain’s replacement going?

Reservation Dogs and Dopesick are two of the big winners of the prestigious Peabody Awards. More winners will be announced later this week, because they’re being all dramatic. 

Considerably less prestigious, here are the MTV Movie & TV Awards winners.

Tiger King’s Bhagavan “Doc” Antle has been arrested by the FBI, but they’re not saying why.

Congratulations to Kam Williams and Leroy Garrett of The Challenge.

The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences will award Ava DuVernay the 2022 Founders Award this year.

Renewals

Cancellations

In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendar

  • Loot will premiere on Apple TV+ on June 24.
  • What We Do in the Shadows returns on FX on July 12.
  • Wednesday premieres on Netflix later this year.
  • Manifest returns on Netflix soon.
  • Sandman will premiere on Netflix on August 5.
  • Resident Evil premieres on Netflix on July 14.
  • Sweet Tooth will return on Netflix soon.
  • Locke & Key will return on Netflix on August 10.
  • Cabinet of Curiosities will premiere on Netflix this year.
  • The Midnight Club will debut on Netflix on October 7.
  • Warrior Nun returns on Netflix this winter.
  • The Imperfects will debut on Netflix later this year.
  • Shadow and Bone returns on Netflix soon.

  • Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area premieres on Netflix on June 24.’
  • Celebrity Game Face returns on E! on June 21.
  • Civil premieres on Netflix on June 19.
  • Pirate Gold of Adak Island premieres on Netflix on June 29.
  • Jersey Shore Family Vacation returns on MTV on June 23.
  • Martin: The Reunion will premiere on BET+ on June 16.
  • Chrissy’s Court will return on Roku Channel on June 17.
  • Love & Gelato will debut on Netflix on June 22.
  • Drifting Home premieres on Netflix on September 16.
  • The Holiday will premiere on Spectrum on June 20.
  • KAKEGURUI TWIN will premiere on Netflix on August 4.
  • Pennywise: The Story of IT will premiere on Screambox on July 26.

R.I.P.

Brad Johnson, Melrose Place and Left Behind actor

Shelby Scott, Former Boston news reporter, and AFTRA leader

Isidoro Raponi, Mechanical designer for E.T., King Kong, and Alien, among others

Ann Turner Cook, The original Gerber baby

Alec John Such, Founding member of Bon Jovi

Paul Vance, Songwriter

Mariel Semonte Orr, aka “Trouble,” Atlanta rapper

Lamar Jackson, aka “Hypo,” London Rapper 

Dave Smith, Synthesizer inventor

WATCH THIS

Irma Vep: Alicia Vikander stars in this series adaptation of the 1996 film about an actress who takes on a role in a French film only to find the lines of fiction and reality begin to blur. Series premiere. 8 p.m., HBO

American Ninja Warrior: The new season begins with qualifying rounds in San Antonio. Season premiere. 7 p.m., NBC

Roswell, New Mexico: A storm leaves everyone on edge about what is coming. Season premiere. 7 p.m., The CW

In the Dark: Murphy struggles to adapt to prison. Season premiere. 8 p.m., The CW

Weakest Link: Season premiere. 9 p.m., NBC

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Adam Sandler, Ben Falcone, Nimesh Patel
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers: Kylie Minogue, Leila Mottley, Joe Russo
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Jake Tapper, Joel Kim Booster
  • The Late Late Show with James Corden: Juliette Lewis; Viggo Mortensen; Benson Boone
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Andy Garcia; Betty Gilpin; Angel Olsen
  • The Daily Show: TBA
  • Watch What Happens Live: Ryan O’Connell and Rachel Dratch

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ABC Brave The Chase
CBS The Neighborhood
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Bob ♥ Abishola
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NCIS
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NCIS: Hawai’i
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CW Roswell, New Mexico
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In the Dark
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Local
FOX Don’t Forget the Lyrics!
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Beat Shazam
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News/Local
NBC American Ninja Warrior
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Weakest Link
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