Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
Peacock is headed for some big changes: Beginning September 19, NBC and Bravo shows will be available to stream on Peacock the next day instead of on Hulu. Additionally, they are temporarily slashing the price of the premium tier for new customers next month, so it might be a good time to take advantage.
Hey, Bluey fans (and I know there’s at least one of you out there), Disney+ will “re-evaluate” their ban of the fart-centric episode, “Family Meeting.”
Collider has a good overview of the Endless siblings from The Sandman, and why their birth (?) creation (?) order matters.
Netflix is promising that Virgin River will be more diverse in the coming seasons. And that’s great! But — and not to be rude — I’m not sure that’s a priority for its fanbase.
Apparently, on Friends, Pheobe had three bridesmaids in her wedding, and people are worrying about who the third mystery woman is. I don’t want to be one of those people who is like, “THERE ARE REAL PROBLEMS IN THE WORLD,” but honestly, if Pheobe’s third bridesmaid is keeping you up at night, you have a blessed life.
Secret Headquarters is the most-watched new movie on Paramount+.
Avatar has quietly been removed from Disney+, but it will return ahead of the premiere of Avatar: The Way of the Water.
HBO Max’s VP Kids and Family Scripted Originals, Nikki Reed is leaving the company to absolutely no one’s surprise.
All of the people who could have been Hannah Montana … but weren’t.
Y’all need to leave the kids alone.
The Jason Sudeikis/Olivia Wilde divorce is turning ugly.
- A King Kong series is being developed at Disney+.
- A Thousand Blows, a period drama from Steven Knight, is being developed for Disney+/Hulu.
- At Home With The Furys, a docuseries about Tyler Fury, has been set at Netflix.
- Parasyte: The Grey is being adapted into a live-action series at Netflix.
- Rolf Harris: Hiding in Plain Sight (w/t); The Royal Family [w/t]; A Year on Planet Earth; A Murder In the Family; Laura Whitmore Investigates; and Social Media Murders have all been set at ITVX.
- Toni Collette and Josh Charles will star in The Power on Prime Video.
- Mireille Enos will co-star in Straight Man on AMC.
- Roslyn Ruff will co-star in Avalon on ABC.
- Dania Ramirez will star in Alert on Fox.
- Scott Foley is joining Girls on the Bus at HBO Max.
- Lisseth Chavez is joining the cast of The Rookie on ABC.
- Myha’la Herrold has joined the cast of Black Mirror on Netflix.
- Evan Williams has joined the cast of The Way Home on Hallmark Channel.
- Simu Liu, Constance Wu, Iliza Shlesinger, Ray Romano, Aisha Tyler, Patton Oswalt, Michael Cera, B.J. Novak, and Candace Parker will compete on Celebrity Jeopardy! on ABC.
- Jenelle Evans is leaving Teen Mom on MTV.
Mark Your Calendars
- The Reboot debuts on Hulu on September 20, and it looks fun:
- Gutsy will premiere on Apple TV+ on September 9.
- Goodnight Mommy will premiere on Prime Video on September 16. (I watched the original German film a few weeks ago, and … I don’t need to relive the experience. This movie is seriously, deeply fucked up. Good! but fucked up.)
- Big Mouth returns on Netflix on October 28.
- The Murders Before the Marathon will debut on Hulu on September 5.
- Halloween Ends will debut on Peacock on October 14.
- Raising a F***ing Star will premiere on E! on September 7.
- The Accidental Wolf returns on Topic on November 10.
- A three-way crossover of Law & Order, SVU, and Organized Crime will take place on NBC on September 22.
- Nick Kroll: Little Big Boy will premiere on Netflix on September 27.
- TMZ Investigates: Who Really Killed Michael Jackson will air on Fox on September 6.
- The Murdochs: Empire of Influence will air on CNN on September 25.
- My Dream Quinceañera will debut on Paramount+ on September 16. (Should have released it on the 15th.)
- Farmhouse Fixer returns on HGTV on August 24.
- Deadliest Catch: The Viking Returns will debut on Discovery and discovery+ on September 13.
- The 2022 Ally Financial NWSL Championship will air on CBS and stream on Paramount+ on October 29.
- M*A*S*H: When Television Changed Forever will air on Reelz on September 13.
- Race for the Championship will premiere on USA on September 1.
Len Dawson, NFL Hall of Famer and host of HBO’s Inside the NFL
Mo: Houston’s Mo Amer stars in this new Netflix comedy based on his life in the cultural melting pot that is Houston, Texas. Series premiere. Netflix
Welcome to Wrexham: Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney want to buy a soccer club. Series premiere. 9 p.m., FX
Selling the OC: New realtors act like assholes in the Orange County market. Series premiere. Netflix
Katrina Babies: A first-person account of how Hurricane Katrina and the horrific aftermath traumatized an entire generation of children. Premiere. 8 p.m., HBO
Archer: The gang heads to Clandesti-con in the season premiere. 9 p.m., FXX
Mike: The Mike Tyson story that Mike Tyson doesn’t want you to watch. Premiere. Hulu
The Resort: NBC gives you a free little taste of this mystery-comedy starring Cristin Milioti and William Jackson Harper, but you’ll have to go to Peacock to see more. 8 p.m., NBC
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Connie Britton, Aasif Mandvi, Blackbear
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Simu Liu, Mandy Moore, Jimmy O. Yang, and Amelia Moore
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