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Stars of Chrisley Knows Best, Todd and Julie Chrisley, apparently don’t know tax law, because they just got convicted of $30 million worth of fraud and tax evasion. They could each be sentenced to up to 30 years in prison. Damn. The second half of season nine will air as scheduled.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert will go live tomorrow night following the January 6 hearings.
Mike Schur has some insightful things to say about why all your favorite shows get canceled after only three seasons these days, and why it’s bad for TV creatively.
Kristen Stewart is reportedly working on the “most gayest, most funnest, most titillating queer ghost-hunting show ever.” For it.
More Peabody Award winners: The Wonder Years and We Are Lady Parts, among others.
The Critics Choice Association (CCA) will honor Bob Saget during the Fourth Annual Critics Choice Real TV Awards.
Lil Nas X doesn’t seem to care:
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— MONTERO (@LilNasX) June 7, 2022
- The Summer I Turned Pretty has been renewed for a second season ahead of its premiere on Prime Video.
- Inside the Black Box has been renewed for a second season at Crackle.
- Long Slow Exhale has been canceled at Spectrum after one season.
- A Formula 1 drama starring Brad Pitt is in development at Apple TV+.
- An untitled comedy film starring Sandra Oh and Awkwafina is in the works at Hulu.
- A documentary about sex abuse at Ohio State University is in the works at HBO.
- An animated Ghostbusters series has been ordered at Netflix.
- Wicked City, a supernatural drama, has been greenlit at AllBlk.
- American Hiro, a drama about the life of Hiroaki “Rocky” Aoki, is being developed at FX.
- Dava Shastri’s Last Day is being adapted at HBO Max.
- Live PD is now On Patrol: Live and will air on Reelz.
- Business Hunters, a new series from Mark Burnett, is coming to CNBC.
- Wedding Talk and World’s Best Wedding have been ordered at Chicken Soup for the Soul Studios.
- Malpractice has been ordered at ITV.
- Joe Port and Joe Wiseman have signed a three-year overall deal with CBS Studios.
- Demimonde is officially dead at HBO.
- Carol Burnett is joining Mrs. American Pie on Apple TV+.
- Chloë Sevigny has been added to the cast of Poker Face on Peacock.
- Anthony Hopkins is joining Rebel Moon on Netflix.
- Quinta Brunson will guest star on Party Down on Starz.
- Jesse James Keitel is joining Star Trek: Strange New Worlds on Paramount+.
- Michael Symon will host BBQ USA on Food Network and Discovery+.
- Marque Richardson is joining Unprisoned on Hulu.
- The Challenge: USA has announced its cast on Paramount+.
Mark Your Calendars
- The Terminal List will debut on Prime Video on July 1.
- Spiderhead will premiere on Netflix on June 17.
- Day Shift will debut on Netflix on August 12.
- Black Bird will debut on Apple TV+ on July 8.
- Who Is Ghislaine Maxwell? will debut on Starz on June 26.
- The School for Good and Evil will premiere on Netflix this fall.
- Top Gear returns on BBCA on July 14.
- The Dog House: UK will premiere on HBO Max on June 16.
- Obsessed to Death will debut on Tubi today.
- The Split will debut on Sundance Now on June 23.
- Blasted will premiere on Netflix on June 28.
- Troll will premiere on Netflix soon.
- Killer Book Club will premiere on Netflix soon.
- The Sea Beast will premiere on Netflix on July 8.
- Wendell & Wild will debut on Netflix in October.
— Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) June 7, 2022
- Harley Quinn will return on HBO Max this summer.
The hottest duo Gotham’s ever seen 😍 and we’re back this summer b*tches! pic.twitter.com/ik3c7SHqsx
— Harley Quinn (@dcharleyquinn) June 7, 2022
- 38 at the Garden will premiere on HBO this fall.
- Love Island will debut on Peacock on July 19.
- Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead will premiere on Netflix soon.
- Being Bebe will premiere on Fuse on June 21.
- iCRIME With Elizabeth Vargas will premiere on September 12 in syndication.
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Ms. Marvel: A Muslim-American girl who admires Captain Marvel discovers she has superpowers, too, in this new series. Series premiere. Disney+
Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey: Another look at Warren Jeffs’ FLDS cult. Series premiere. Netflix
Hustle: Adam Sandler stars in this basketball drama. Premiere. Netflix
The Janes: This documentary tells the story of a group of women who created an underground network for women seeking safe abortions back when they were illegal. NO REASON AT ALL. Premiere. 8 p.m., HBO
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Jeff Goldblum, Bowen Yang, Miranda Lambert
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Desus & Mero, Jensen Ackles, Tove Lo, Joe Russo
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Rep. Adam Schiff, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kurt Vile
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Annette Bening; Ewan McGregor; The Chainsmokers
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: President Biden
- The Daily Show: Iman Vellani
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