If I lived in bear country, I would absolutely put up an above-ground pool and wait for them to come:
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Yes, a rogue Supreme Court has in the past week dismantled environmental protections, removed the separation between church and state, and stripped half the population of a Constitutional right, but it’s not all terrible news out there: Succession is back in production! As miserable as we all are right now, at least we’re not in the Roy family!
Season four will be 10 episodes, and here’s the description: “The sale of media conglomerate Waystar Royco to tech visionary Lukas Matsson moves ever closer. The prospect of this seismic sale provokes existential angst and familial division among the Roys as they anticipate what their lives will look like once the deal is completed. A power struggle ensues as the family weighs up a future where their cultural and political weight is severely curtailed.”
Have you watched Our Flag Means Death yet? You should watch Our Flag Means Death on HBO Max. It’s delightful.
The creator of Gravity Falls compiled all the objections Disney’s censors had about his show. It is hilarious and worth your 4 minutes and 43 seconds:
Michael Peterson is still whinging about his portrayal in The Staircase, claiming it’s homophobic and complaining about Colin Firth’s acting, which, honestly, is a step too far.
The FCC has asked Apple and Google to remove TikTok from their app stores — this is not going to go over well with the kidz.
- Hacks has been renewed for season three on HBO Max.
- Selling Sunset has been renewed for seasons six and seven on Netflix.
- Chrissy’s Court has been renewed for a third season on Roku Channel.
- The Challenge has been renewed for seasons 38 and 39 on MTV.
- Swagger has been renewed for season two on Apple TV+.
- The Big D has been canceled before it could even debut on TBS.
- Unprecedented, the documentary that featured the Trump family and close staffers in the last days of the 2020 election and after that is part of the January 6th investigation, has landed at Discovery+.
- School Spirits has been given a series order at Netflix. Peyton List will star.
- Renovation Wild has been ordered at HGTV.
- A U.S. adaptation of Lovesick is in the works from Rashida Jones and Will McCormack’s production company.
- I Love You But I’ve Chosen Darkness is being adapted for television.
- D.B. Cooper: Where Are You?! has been bought at Netflix.
- How To Change Your Mind is being adapted into a docuseries at Netflix.
- Super Duper Bunny League has been greenlit at Nickelodeon.
- Vida the Vet has been ordered at BBC.
- Billy Porter has signed a first-look deal with FX.
- Michael Colton and John Aboud have signed an overall deal with Lionsgate Television.
- Cameron Diaz is coming out of “retirement” to star in Back in Action, a Jamie Foxx Netflix film.
- Michaela Coel, John Turturro, and Paul Dano have joined the cast of Mr. and Mrs. Smith on Prime Video.
- Melissa McCarthy, Jim Gaffigan, Amy Schumer, Hugh Grant, and James Marsden are joining Unfrosted: The Pop-Tart Story on Netflix.
- Ethan Hawke is going to star in The Whites, a limited series on Showtime.
- Donald Faison and Abigail Spencer are set to star in an unnamed NBC comedy pilot.
- Marc Maron, Jean Yoon, Judy Reyes, and Jeffery Self have joined The Horror of Dolores Roach on Prime Video.
- John Ortiz is joining Bad Monkey on Apple TV+.
- Ravi Patel is joining Justified: City Primeval on FX.
- Joe Chrest is joining A Friend of the Family on Peacock.
- Simon Helberg and Ellen Barkin have also joined the cast of Poker Face on Peacock along with every other actor in Hollywood.
- Jason Alan Carvell will portray Malcolm X in Godfather of Harlem on EPIX.
- Lachlan Watson is joining Chucky on USA and Syfy as Glen/Glenda.
- Yuriyan Retriever is going to star in The Queen of Villains on Netflix.
- Alisha Wainwright, Guy Branum, Janet Varney, Emily Kimball, and Vinny Thomas are starring in Platonic on Apple TV+.
- Vince Staples, Xavier Mills, Karen Obilom, Melvin Gregg, Essence Renae, Richard T. Jones, and Tamala Jones have been cast in The Wood on Showtime.
- Katie Finneran, John Hodgman, Andréa Burns, Sophia Hammons, and Emilia Suárez have joined the cast of Up Here on Hulu.
- Fred Armisen, Sian Clifford, Aaron Branch, Emma Ferreira, JT Parr, Rachel Marsh, and Tom Allen are joining Unstable on Netflix.
- Leo Woodall and Ambika Mod will star in One Day on Netflix.
- Tiffany Boone has joined the cast of The Big Cigar on Apple TV+.
- Ian Duff has joined Criminal Nature on ABC.
- Jay Ellis is hosting How Did They Build That? on the Smithsonian Channel.
- Raffi Barsoumian has been added to the cast of SEAL Team on Paramount+.
- Kevin Zegers is joining The Rookie: Feds on ABC.
- Keean Johnson, Vivienne Guynn, Chad Rook, and Aadila Dosani have joined the cast of Damascus on AMC.
- Garret Dillahunt, Jeanine Serralles, Kaya Rosenthal, Michael Drayer, Ellie Barone, and Taja V. Simpson have joined the cast of Hightown on Starz.
- Steven Curry will host the ESPY Awards on ABC.
- Lyndie Greenwood, Paul Braunstein, Dakota Ray Hebert, and Chris Sandiford will star in the Canadian sitcom Shelved.
Mark Your Calendars
- Stranger Things returns tomorrow on Netflix.
- The Resort will debut on Peacock on July 28.
- American Horror Story returns on FX on September 21.
- Blonde debuts on Netflix on September 23.
- Tulsa King will debut on Paramount+ on November 13.
- Paper Girls premieres on Prime Video on July 29.
- Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin will debut on HBO Max on July 28.
- Tuca & Bertie returns on Adult Swim on July 10 and HBO Max on July 11.
- The Rehearsal will debut on HBO on July 15.
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- Good Trouble will return on Freeform on July 7.
- Maggie will premiere on Hulu on July 6.
- South Park the Streaming Wars Part 2 debuts on Paramount+ on July 13.
- They/Them will premiere on Peacock on August 5.
- Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight will debut on Netflix on July 14.
- High School Musical: The Musical: The Series returns on Disney+ on July 27.
- Blown Away returns on Netflix on July 22.
- Black Love returns on OWN on July 23.
- Nikki Glaser: Good Clean Filth will debut on HBO on July 16.
- Supreme Team will premiere on Showtime on July 10.
- Confessions from the Hart will premiere on Roku Channel on July 6.
- Belle Collective returns on OWN on July 29.
- The Day the Music Died: The Story of Don McLean’s ‘American Pie’ will premiere on Paramount+ on July 19.
- Colosseum premieres on The History Channel on July 17.
- Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between debuts on Netflix on July 6.
- Athena will debut on Netflix in September.
- The Bridge returns on HBO Max today.
- The Fallen premieres on ALLBLK today.
- Madagascar A Little Wild returns on Peacock Jr. today.
- Peacock has announced some premiere dates. Vampire Academy will debut on September 15; Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin on November 23. Check out the rest of the dates here.
- How To Build a Sex Room will debut on Netflix on July 8.
- Why Not Us: Southern Dance will debut on ESPN+ on August 11.
- It’s CompliPlated premieres on Food Network and Discovery+ on August 11.
- Crank Yankers returns on Comedy Central on July 7.
- The Anarchists will debut on HBO on July 10.
- Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks will debut on Netflix on July 12.
- On Patrol: Live will premiere on Reelz on July 22.
Robert J. Ross, Former CBS executive
Tony Siragusa, Former NFL player, co-host of Man Caves, and sideline analyst for Fox Sports
James Rado, Co-creator of the musical Hair
Steve Fickinger, Tony-award-winning producer of Dear Evan Hansen
Mike Pasciullo, Marvel executive
Tim Sale, Award-winning comic book artist
The Terminal List: Chris Pratt stars in this action-thriller as a Navy SEAL who discovers he is the target of dark forces. Premiere. Prime Video
The Princess: Joey King stars in this fairy tale with a hard action twist. Premiere. Hulu
Fright Club: Season two. 9 p.m., Travel and Discovery+
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Dan White
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Cazzie David, Jonathan Ulman
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Heidi Klum, Ibram X. Kendi
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Jamie Dornan, Tessa Thompson
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Taron Egerton, Kelsea Ballerini, guest host Chelsea Handler
- The Daily Show: Dr. Veronica Ivy, Moses Ingram
- Watch What Happens Live: Dorinda Medley, Phaedra Parks
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