Liz Truss resigns as the U.K. Prime Minister; hilarious TV chaos ensues

I love him.

Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News

You are going to have to find your Jeffrey Dahmer costumes someplace other than eBay.

Chris Licht’s attempt to move CNN more towards the center — by moving right — now includes hiring Stephen Gutowski, “the founder of The Reload, a news organization committed to ‘sober, serious reporting on–as well as analysis of–firearms policy and politics.’”

HIS ORGANIZATION IS CALLED “THE RELOAD.”

As you might expect, gun safety advocates have some thoughts.

Meanwhile, Don Lemon is urging people to give Chris Licht a chance. Sure thing.

A former ABC News producer and reporter allegedly had his home raided by the FBI — possibly connected to classified documents? ABC says that James Gordon Meek “resigned very abruptly and hasn’t worked for us for months.” 

A lettuce lated longer than Liz Truss did as the Prime Minister of the U.K.

Her chaotic exit created a lot of hilarious television:

The Channel 4 reporter above, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, has been taken off the air for a week for saying.  It didn’t air on TV, but was picked up on a live stream, lol. (I bet he feels like it was worth it.)

He wasn’t the only one to drop the “c” bomb on TV, though:

This is the perfect time to introduce yourself to The Thick of It, from Veep creator, Armando Iannucci.

 

Dame Judy Dench is hella pissed about The Crown, calling it “hurtful” and “crude sensationalism.”

The season premiere of Yellowstone and the series premiere of Tulsa King will screen in AMC theaters on October 29, ahead of their premieres on November 13.

Sounds like this upcoming season of Barry will be the last. Not entirely surprising, but ~sigh~.

Y’all: they’ve turned The Great British Bake Off into a musical. Insert taco challenge joke here.

Sarah Silverman and Kathryn Hahn’s feud — that I did not know they had — has been resolved. (It’s actually an interesting situation: Silverman called Hahn out for being cast as Jewish characters even though she is not Jewish. They’ve since talked it out, and everything is cool.)

Here is Drake Roger, the baby John Winchester of The Winchesters. One interesting thing about this interview is that he explains he’s not trying to recreate Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s performance, but rather incorporate parts of both Sam and Dean.

Billy Ray Cyrus is engaged to a woman younger than Miley who he met on the set of Hannah Montana and I’m just going to go stare at a wall for an hour.

Try Guy Wife has a story about James Corden being a jerk and now the internet has come full circle. We are done here.

@becksmecks2

*James Corden story time*

♬ original sound – Becksmecks2

I’ve heard this one before.

Walter Hamada is out as the head of DC Films at Warner Bros. Discovery. He helped create the crossover of DC films and HBO Max, and oversaw production of The Batman during the pandemic. He also was accused by Ray Fisher of enabling Joss Whedon’s abusive behavior.

Renewals

  • P-Valley has been renewed for a third season on Starz.
  • Heartbreak High has been renewed for a second season on Netflix.

In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendars

  • The Crown returns on Netflix on November 9.
  • All Quiet on the Western Front will premiere on Netflix on October 28.
  • Nope will debut on Peacock on November 18.
  • The Big Brunch will premiere on HBO Max on November 10.
  • Titans returns on HBO Max on November 3.
  • Down to Earth with Zac Efron: Down Under debuts on Netflix on November 11.
  • Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will debut on HBO on November 19.
  • Ancient Apocalypse will premiere on Netflix on November 11.
  • Hot Skull debuts on Netflix on December 2.
  • My Name Is Vendetta premieres on Netflix on November 30.
  • Camilo: El Primer Tour De Mi Vida will premiere on HBO Max on November 18.
  • Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Hidden Adventure premieres on Netflix After School on November 15.
  • Oni: Thunder God’s Tale will premiere on Netflix on October 21.

R.I.P.

Harry Flynn, Hollywood publicist

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