Did ‘Better Call Saul’ schedule itself into some Emmy wins? We’ll soon find out.

I have a new animal I am obsessed with: Tasmanian Devils. Look at this scamp!

Tassie Devil from aww

Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News

Better Call Saul positioned itself ideally for Emmy consideration, with seven episodes airing in April and May, allowing it to be considered this year, and the final six in July and August, just when people are voting. Will the strategy finally pay off with a win? Let’s hope. (And if it does, look for other shows to use this scheduling ploy in the future.)

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law premiered today, and people are pleasantly surprised by the quality of the CGI after a trailer that was … not great. Also, it’s getting great reviews.

She-Hulk also just answered a very important question about Captain America.

Jameela Jamil hurt herself in a very … um … specific place while filming She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.

Owen Wilson has learned his lesson about revealing Marvel secrets.

After it was revealed the average viewer of The CW is 58, Variety looked into the average age of the rest of the broadcast networks, and it turns out The CW is pretty young.

Related: Streaming has surpassed cable viewing for the first time ever. Tick tock.

HBO Max has just removed a TON of titles from the streaming service — some 36 shows and movies. They claim it’s about making plans for the eventual merge with Discovery+, but it seems to really be about not having to pay out residuals. Bleak.

But, if you’re looking to subscribe to a much leaner HBO Max, now might be the time.

Sorry, but you won’t be able to download ad-supported Netflix shows (which is the only way I get through flights these days).

Station 19 has named Zoanne Clack, MD, MPH executive producer and head writer in the wake of racial tumult in the writers room.

For absolutely no good Goddamned reason, Patrick Delany, the CEO of Foxtel, called Emilia Clarke a “short dumpy girl” at the premiere of House of the Dragon. DRACARYS.

Former PGA, current LIV golf player Patrick Reed is suing NBC Golf Channel and analyst Brandel Chamblee for $750 million in a defamation suit.

Love is dead. (But she can do better.)

Love is still dead.

Newsmax seems to be bracing themselves for Former President Declassified to have to run for President from prison.

College basketball announcer Dick Vitale has announced he is cancer free.

Get better soon, Nicholas Brendon.

Heartbreaking news from NBC News’ Richard Engel, whose 6-year-old son Henry passed away from a very rare condition called Rett syndrome. He was treated here in Houston at Texas Children’s, and his specific genetic mutation has opened up new avenues of research for treatments.



In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendars

  • House of the Dragon premieres on HBO and HBO Max on August 21.
  • Abbott Elementary returns on ABC on September 21.
  • American Gigolo will debut on Showtime on September 9.
  • The Greatest Beer Run Ever will debut on Apple TV+ on September 30.
  • A Friend of the Family premieres on Peacock on October 6.
  • Out of Office will premiere on Comedy Central on September 5.
  • Pantheon will debut on AMC+ on September 1.
  • Buy My House debuts on Netflix on September 2.
  • Heartbreak High will premiere on Netflix on September 14.
  • The Empress premieres on Netflix on September 29.
  • Kiddie Kai will debut on Discovery+ on September 6.
  • Batwheels will premiere on HBO Max on September 17.


Randy Martin, One of the stars of Texas Flip N Move

Hilary Linstead, Agent, casting director, and film producer


She-Hulk: Attorney at Law: Tatiana Maslany stars in this new Marvel series as She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters, a lawyer who specializes in superhuman cases and battling questionable CGI. Series premiere. Disney+

Bad Sisters: In this clever Irish murder mystery from the wonderful Sharon Horgan, a group of five sisters bound together by the premature death of their parents, support each other when one of their husbands turns up dead. Series premiere. Apple TV+

Glorious: A man finds himself trapped in a rest stop bathroom with a mysterious entity behind a glory hole in this horror comedy. Shudder

Sprung: Garrett Dillahunt stars in this mini-Raising Hope reunion and Greg Garcia comedy as a recently released convict who moves in with his former cellmate (and his mother, played by Martha Plimpton) at the beginning of a global pandemic. Series premiere. Freevee

Making the Cut: Season three. Prime Video

Selena + Chef: Season four. HBO Max

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Martin Short, Juno Temple, Demi Lovato
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Heidi Klum, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Seventeen, guest host Nicole Byer
  • The Daily Show: Harnaaz Sandhu
THUR 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC Press Your Luck
Generation Gap
The Con
CBS Young Sheldon
Big Brother
CW Bump
Who’s Line is it Anyway?
Great Chocolate Showdown
FOX MasterChef
Welcome to Flatch
NBC Law & Order
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: Organized Crime

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