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Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News

BLOOPERS. EVERYONE LOVES BLOOPERS.

Here are some The Boys’ bloopers:

And here are some Stranger Things bloopers:

But if you only watch one outtake video, make it this one from Bear in the Big Blue House. WARNING: It’s NSFW, and it is also hilarious.

Rhianna is your next Super Bowl Halftime Show performer.

Jake Tapper has had to say out loud that CNN would continue doing January 6th coverage. And the fact that he had to address the question about whether CNN — a major news outlet — would continue covering one of the most consequential days in American history, possibly the second-most consequential day in my lifetime, IS A PROBLEM. IT’S A PROBLEM, CHRIS LICHT.

Ryan Condal, the showrunner of House of the Dragon, has finally spoken about why his co-showrunner, Miguel Sapochnik stepped away from the series. Basically, something about he wanted to help get the show on its feet, and once it was, he wanted to leave Westeros after having lived there for 12 years. Reassuringly, they’ve brought back director Alan Taylor who helmed a number of early episodes of Game of Thrones, so it sounds like it will remain in good hands.

The family members of Jeffrey Dahmer’s victims are speaking out against Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story for retraumatizing them. They also claim no one from production reached out to them to let them know that the series was being made. As someone who consumes true crime, it’s always important to remember that anytime real people are involved, you’re treading into a field full of ethical landmines.

This is a lot of words to say The Rings of Power has pacing issues.

Norman Reedus is hinting that Melissa McBride might be a part of Daryl’s spinoff series after all. And if none of those words mean anything to you, that’s OK! Don’t worry yourself about it!

This is a metaphor.

John Cena is good people.

The Royals are trying to force broadcasters in the UK to pull most of their footage of the Queen’s funeral and memorial, and the broadcasters are like, “the fuck?”

British television channels are in a battle with the monarchy over who controls the historic record of Queen Elizabeth II’s commemorations, after Buckingham Palace insisted broadcasters could only retain an hour of footage for future use.

The BBC, ITV and Sky News have been given until Monday to produce a 60-minute compilation of clips they would like to keep from ceremonial events held across the 10 days of mourning for the Queen. The royal household will then consider whether to veto any proposed inclusions.

Once the process is complete, the vast majority of other footage from ceremonial events will then be taken out of circulation. Any news outlets wishing to use unapproved pieces of footage would have to apply to the royal family on a case-by-case basis, even for material that has already been broadcast to tens of millions of people.

Yeah, good luck with all that!

The SiriusXM Blitz With Brett Favre and Bruce Murray show on Sirius XM has been put on hold since it came out that Favre ALLEGEDLY stole millions of dollars of welfare money to build his daughter’s university a new volleyball stadium. Again, I can not stress enough how gross this scandal is. 

Get better soon, Post Malone!

Get better very soon, Kornbread “The Snack” Jeté!

Renewals

  • Big Brother has been renewed for a 25th season on CBS.

Cancellations

In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendar

  • The Last of Us has finally released a trailer. It’s coming to HBO in 2023.
  • The Crown will return on Netflix on November 9.

  • Manifest will return on Netflix on November 4.
  • You will return on Netflix on February 10.
  • Dead to Me returns on Netflix on November 17.
  • The Watcher will premiere on Netflix on October 13.
  • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery will premiere on Netflix on December 23.
  • Enola Holmes 2 will debut on Netflix on November 4.
  • Emily in Paris returns on Netflix on December 21.
  • Lupin Part 3 will premiere on Netflix soon.
  • Vikings: Valhalla returns on Netflix in 2023.
  • The Mother will debut on Netflix in May 2023.
  • They Cloned Tyrone will premiere on Netflix soon.
  • Extraction 2 will debut on Netflix in 2023.
  • Shadow and Bone will return on Netflix soon.
  • Heart of Stone will debut on Netflix soon.
  • Your Place or Mine will premiere on Netflix on February 10.
  • Outer Banks will return on Netflix in 2023.
  • Bridgerton will return on Netflix soon.
  • Elite will return on Netflix on November 18.
  • Alice in Borderland returns on Netflix on December 22.
  • Money Heist – Joint Economic Area will return on Netflix soon.
  • Hellbound will return on Netflix soon.
  • Barbie: It Takes Two will premiere on Netflix on October 1.
  • Spirit Rangers will premiere on Netflix on December 10.
  • The Witcher: Blood Origin will debut on Netflix on December 25.
  • The Recruit will premiere on Netflix on December 16.
  • Adnan Syed: Overturned will premiere on ID on September 27.
  • Million Dollar Wheels will debut on Discovery+ and TNT on October 24.
  • Spirited will debut on Apple TV+ on November 18.
  • The FBI season finale that was pulled because of the Uvalde school shooting will be broadcast on CBS on October 4.
  • Wolf Pack will premiere on Paramount+ in January.

R.I.P.

Louise Fletcher, Oscar-winning actress best known as Nurse Ratched in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, but also for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine; Shameless; Picket Fences, and countless other roles

Dale McRaven, Creator of Mork & Mindy and Perfect Strangers and TV writer

Zack Estrin, Showrunner on the new Lost in Space, and co-executive producer of Prison Break

Rita Gardner, Broadway actress who also appeared in Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent

Pharoah Sanders, Jazz saxophonist who played with John Coltrane

John Hartman, Drummer for the Doobie Brothers

Kayla Nicole Bailey, Daughter of Basketball Wives star Brooke Bailey

WATCH THIS

Asteroid Impact Live!: The DART Mission: NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) will air live tonight. NASA is launching a spacecraft to intentionally crash into an asteroid to see if we can alter its course and aovid having to send Bruce Willis and Ben Affleck into space. 5 p.m., Discovery & Science Channel

A Trip to Infinity: Physicists, mathematicians, cosmologists and other people much much smarter than me attempt to explain infinity in this new documentary. Premiere. Netflix

Panhandle: An armchair detective and a traffic cop team up to save their eccentric Florida panhandle town in this new comedy. Series premiere. Spectrum

Reasonable Doubt: Emayatzy Corinealdi stars as defensive attorney Jax Stewart, who has questionable ethics and tactics and bucks the justice system in this new legal drama. Series premiere. Hulu

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Nick Kroll, Jenna Bush Hager, Raymond Lee, Spiritualized featuring Nikki Lane
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers: Sen. Bernie Sanders, Chad Kroeger, JT Parr, Tom Benko
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Sigourney Weaver, Zeeko Zaki
  • The Late Late Show with James Corden: Christoph Waltz, Jurnee Smollett, Joy Crookes
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Amy Schumer, Charlamagne Tha God, Run the Jewels
  • The Daily Show: TBA
  • Watch What Happens Live: Magda Ziomek, Natalya Scudder

MON. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC Monday Night Football
(live)
CBS The Neighborhood
(new)
Bob ♥ Abishola
(new)
NCIS
(new)
NCIS: Hawai’i
(new)
CW Mysteries Decoded
(repeat)
Penn & Teller: Fool Us
(repeat)
Local
FOX 9-1-1
(new)
The Cleaning Lady
(new)
News/Local
NBC The Voice
(new)
Quantum Leap
(new)

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