Who’s excited about tonight’s big season finale of the January 6th Committee Hearings?

It’s hot.

Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News

Primetime network television will be taken over by the January 6th Committee hearing tonight, and is expected to cover what Former President Schmuck was — or more importantly wasn’t — doing during the riot. And if tonight’s hearing is anything like the previous hearings, we’re in for a wild ride, and one of Liz Cheney’s now trademark cliffhangers.

Despite tonight’s session having previously being billed as the committee’s final televised hearing, Adam Kinzinger says, “This investigation is not winding down. We may be towards the end of this tranche of hearings, [but] we may have more hearings in the future and the investigation is still ongoing.”

Obviously, the hearings will be covered live by ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, C-Span, CNN and MSNBC. Fox is allowing its individual stations to air it, if they want, and Fox News? Yeah. They are not going to be airing them. Obviously.

Seeing as we are in thick of the summer, the hearings won’t displace too much new programming, except for Big Brother on CBS, which will move the scheduled elimination episode to tomorrow night.

Meanwhile, Marjorie Taylor-Greene is SO MAD that The Late Show with Stephen Colbert staffers weren’t actually charged with anything after they stayed too long in the Capitol, taping a bit. In her mind, being heckled by a puppet is exactly the same thing as the January 6 attempted insurrection. I am not exaggerating.

The Georgia 6-week “heartbeat” law is going into effect. Time to see if Hollywood is willing to put their money where their mouth is. My suspicion is studios won’t pull out of the state, but instead offer to pay for travel for abortions and make mealy noises about voting, but we’ll see.

We’re fucked:

George Clooney, Gladys Knight, U2, Amy Grant and Tania León are your next Kennedy Center honorees.

Dolly Parton continues to be a national treasure.

Alright, so if you’re watching FBoy Island — and obviously, you’re watching FBoy Island — you’re familiar with “Limbro.” It turns out, they actually keep the FBoys in a shitty Mexican motel, pretty far from everything else, and that the FBoys sometimes escape to go party at Sammy Hagar’s Cabo Wabo. I can’t tell you how much I love this information, and how much I want to hear from the FBoy wranglers who have to go out and collect escaped FBoys.

Kate McKinnon explained why she left Saturday Night Live: because it was time, and she was tired. I mean, I don’t know what anyone was expecting her to say differently, but there you have it, folks.

No, there will not be any sort of Invincible/The Boys crossover.

TV’s oldest teenagers, a retrospective.

The BBC has agreed to pay Prince William and Harry’s former nanny “substantial damages” after journalist Martin Bashir claimed she had an affair with Prince Charles, which resulted in a pregnancy that she aborted. He used this false claim to secure the now famous interview with Princess Diana.

John Cleese whinging about cancel culture and wokeness is becoming tiresome. Listen! No one is telling you that you can’t continue making racist, or homophobic, or misogynistic jokes! Go for it! You’ll find an audience who agrees with you and likes your comedy, for sure! But what you don’t get to do is be all hurt when people call you racist or homophobic or misogynistic! Why is this so hard to understand?

We’ll end this with a little bit of kindness from J.J. Watt. He may no longer be a Houston Texan, but we’re still proud of this guy:


  • Resident Alien has been renewed for season three on Syfy.
  • Botched has been renewed for an eighth season at E!.

In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendars

  • The Girl in the Mirror will debut on Netflix on August 19.


Rebecca Balding, Actress on Soap, Charmed, Starsky and Hutch, The Rockford Files, Barnaby Jones, Lou Grant, and The Bionic Woman among others

Tanya Kersey, Founder of the Hollywood Black Film Festival

Sean Kelly, National Lampoon writer


January 6th Hearings: Please watch. 7 p.m., Literally everywhere but Fox News

The Last Movie Stars: This limited docuseries directed by Ethan Hawke explores the love story of Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman. Premiere. HBO Max

Rap Sh!t: In this new series from creator Issa Rae, a pair of old high school friends reunite to create a rap group. Series premiere. HBO Max

The Old Man: Chase is forced to face the consequences of his actions in the season finale. 9 p.m., FX

Trying: Season three. Apple TV+

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Ryan Gosling, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Pete Lee
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers: Daniel Kaluuya, Jordan Peele, Keke Palmer, Brandon Perea, Andrew Marshall
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Ice-T, Michael Pollan
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Hannah Waddingham, Phoebe Robinson, the Interrupters, guest host RuPaul
  • The Daily Show: Blitz Bazawule
  • Watch What Happens Live: The Miz, Austen Kroll
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The Fatal Flaw
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CSI: Vegas
CW Walker
The Flash
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Law & Order

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