Did you miss a drunken and ultimately meaningless awards ceremony? I’ve got some great news for you!

Here’s a coyote playing with a squeaky toy:

[OC] Coyote found a squeaky toy I accidentally left outside. Turns out coyote love squeaky toys too. from aww

Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News

As expected, the Golden Globes are returning to NBC next year — but for one year only. We’ll have to wait and see if the HFPA can continue cleaning up their act before NBC will commit to more. The Golden Globes will air on January 10, 2023.

Civil rights organizations are protesting the upcoming Prime Video show Ring Nation, claiming that Amazon is just selling the Ring-branded “surveillance network” as entertainment.

So … they’re making a theatrical adaptation of Peaky Blinders? And there’s a bunch of dancing in it?

The original American Idol cast had a reunion at Kelly Clarkson’s Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony. And everyone looks pretty good!

Gen Zers want content that deals with real-life issues, not aspirational bullshit according to a UCLA study.

This is an alarming bit of news: On Election Night 2020, Fox News anchor, Bret Baier, wanted to lie and call Arizona for Former President Document Thief. Now that Fox News has fired the pollster who made the accurate calls that night, what will stop them from lying in the next election?

This isn’t TV news, but Adnan Syed’s conviction has been overturned and he has been released from prison after 23 years. Syed was the subject of the wildly popular podcast Serial, which explored his very controversial conviction for murdering his ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee. Pajiba has a good piece on the other two suspects being looked at.

Los Espookys is just one of my favorite weird little gems of a show that is not for everyone. But if you do love it, here’s an in-depth examination of how the art direction and design make it so special.

37.5 million people in the U.K. watched the Queen’s funeral — it’s estimated that 4.1 billion people watched worldwide.

I’m sure this is just a weird production error — you’ll note that the sound cuts off abruptly, probably when someone in the booth realized it was being broadcast — but it’s super spooky, nonetheless:

There’s some DRAMA happening at a local L.A. station after a longtime anchor’s departure was announced on-air. Another anchor, a few days later, called the announcement “rude” “cruel” and “inappropriate” for the way it was delivered and now he’s been suspended. Y’all, what is going on?

This feels like a Boston attack on Philadelphia:

In other news:


House of the Dragons intimacy coordinator, Miriam Lucia, gave a very good interview about her job, and how the show is navigating sex scenes differently than Game of Thrones. She also gracefully responds to Sean Bean’s dunderheaded comments about intimacy coordinators spoiling the spontaneity of a scene: “But I get why he said that, because he doesn’t have the same experience of it, and because this is a new function on sets.”

Dallas Sting, a Matthew McConaughey film about a 1984 girls’ soccer team, has been scrapped after “disturbing allegations surrounding aspects of the true story on which the drama was based” were made known to the producers. After the producers investigated, they chose to shut down the production. An anonymous letter was sent to the producers that claimed the coach that McConaughey was supposed to portray, Bill Kinder, had “touched someone outside their clothes and referred to the female athletes he coached by inappropriate nicknames.” Kinder denies all of the allegations.

Woody Allen said he was retiring from filmmaking and then five minutes later was like, “LOL J/K.”

In 1992, Rosie O’Donnell not only turned Woody Allen down for a movie role, she told him “Fuck. No.” when he continued to pursue her. She also rebuffed Michael Jackson when he wanted to speak to her at an event, telling his people that she believed every allegation against him. Good for her.

R. Kelly has been found guilty of six counts of child pornography and luring underage girls to have sex with him. Finally.

The Ezra Miller story continues to get darker — in addition to all the other abusive bullshit, they also have a messiah complex, apparently. Good luck with this, Warner Bros.

Aaron Carter is threatening to sue his ex-girlfriend for defamation. This is what that Johnny Depp verdict hath wrought.

Alex Belfield, a former BBC presenter, has been convicted for stalking four people, including a fellow broadcaster. He seems nice.

This is an amazing story about a group of seventh-grade boys who noticed that their teacher was behaving inappropriately with the girls in their class and making them uncomfortable. When they complained to other adults, they were not taken seriously, so the boys started a Discord channel where they began recording every instance the teacher said or did something inappropriate. The teacher has since been placed on leave, and the database has been handed over to the US attorney’s Office, the state Department of Children, Youth, and Families, the state Department of Education, and the attorney for their local school district. The kids are alright.

Michelle Branch opened up about her relationship issues and the domestic abuse charges that were ultimately dropped.

Melanie Chisholm (known as Mel-C/Sporty Spice) of the Spice Girls has opened up about being sexually assaulted at the beginning of her career.

Lebron James, Chris Paul, and other NBA players have called out the league after they issued very mild sanctions against Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver over reportedly sexist, racist, and abusive behavior.

Sam Mendes thinks a woman should direct the next James Bond movie, and I agree. There’s no need to make Bond a woman, but having a woman’s take on the spy would be fascinating.


In Development

Casting News

  • Chris Redd is also leaving Saturday Night Live ahead of this season.
  • Sarah Paulson will star as Gwen Shamblin in the scripted adaptation of The Way Down for HBO Max.
  • Jharrel Jerome is joining Full Circle on HBO.
  • Nicholas Galitzine will co-star in The Idea of You on Prime Video.

Mark Your Calendars

  • The Midnight Club will debut on Netflix on October 7.
  • Welcome to Chippendales premieres on Hulu on November 22.
  • Let the Right One In debuts on Showtime on October 7 on Showtime’s streamer and October 9 on Showtime.
  • Ghosts (the original U.K. version) will return on iPlayer on September 23.
  • Notre Dame will premiere on Netflix on October 19.
  • Suspect will premiere on BritBox on September 27.
  • Holy Family will debut on Netflix on October 14.
  • Sue Perkins: Perfectly Legal will premiere on Netflix on October 13.
  • LiSA Another Great Day will premiere on Netflix on October 18.
  • Romantic Killer will premiere on Netflix on October 27.
  • Housing Complex C will premiere on Toonami on October 1.


Marva Hicks, Singer and Broadway actress who also appeared on Star Trek: Voyager and Sister, Sister

Brian Reich, Writer who wrote for Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Late Night with David Letterman, Just Shoot Me!, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Who Is America? among others


The Bachelorette: Rachel and Gabby are both down to their final men, but will they get the engagements they are looking for? Season finale. 7 p.m., ABC

The Resident: Padma’s pregnancy takes a dangerous turn. Season premiere. 7 p.m., Fox

FBI: The bomb the team is searching for is acquired by someone else. Season premiere. 7 p.m., CBS

FBI: International: An American cop is murdered in Paris. Season premiere. 8 p.m., CBS

FBI: Most Wanted: An illegal firearms ring is tied to the murder of a Georgia family in the season premiere. 9 p.m., CBS

New Amsterdam: Max deals with the aftermath of Helen’s decision. Season premiere. 9 p.m., NBC

Patton Oswalt: We All Scream: New standup incoming! Premiere. Netflix

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Kaley Cuoco, Mike Birbiglia, Ari Lennox
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers: Ana de Armas, Reba McEntire, Ms. Pat, Craig Reynolds
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Billy Eichner, Samantha Power
  • The Late Late Show with James Corden: Josh Duhamel, Judy Greer, Nina Nesbitt
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Chris Pine, Chad Kroeger, JT Parr, Madison Cunningham
  • The Daily Show: Jenifer Lewis
  • Watch What Happens Live: Kyle Vilijoen, Benny Crawley

TUES. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Bachelorette
FBI: International
FBI: Most Wanted
CW Leonardo
FOX The Resident
NBC The Voice
New Amsterdam

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