Because I’m traveling — again — there’s not going to be a ton of TV news today. So instead, I present to you one of the cutest beavers I’ve ever seen. No, that’s not a euphemism.
This is Nibi. She lives at the Newhouse Wildlife Rescue in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, where she was recently assigned a new roommate, Ziibi. They did not get along at first, but eventually stopped fighting. However, when Ziibi was out using the aquatic enclosure, Nibi immediately took to building a dam to prevent her roommate from coming back. RELATEABLE, NIBI.
And this is Nibi when she first arrived at the Newhouse Rescue:
Nibi was found orphaned when she was only about two weeks old. Now she is five months old and thriving here at the rescue. Here is a picture of her the day she came in. #Babybeaver pic.twitter.com/JgsaqB8xzA
— Newhouse Wildlife Rescue (@NewhouseRescue) October 19, 2022
Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
Joel McHale says that he “cried like a baby” at the table read for the upcoming Community movie. He then compared the experience to a family reunion “without a-holes.” GEE WHO COULD HE POSSIBLY BE TALKING ABOUT?
The Simpsons is going to go full anime in its upcoming “Treehouse of Horror” episode this Sunday with a tribute to Death Note.
- The Upshaws has been renewed for a third season on Netflix.
- A female-led The Bad News Bears is being developed as a comedy at CBS.
- Sausage Party: Footopia has been ordered at Prime Video.
- The Eden Test is being adapted into a TV series.
- 1923 is expected to run for two seasons on Paramount+.
- The Green Lantern series at HBO Max is being completely reimagined.
- The Batman spinoff series centered on Arkham Asylum is still moving ahead at HBO Max.
- Will Sasso and Rachel Bay Jones have joined Young Sheldon on CBS.
- Ronny Chieng and Chloe Bennet have been added to the cast of Interior Chinatown on Hulu.
- Vella Lovell is joining Animal Control on Fox.
- Lana Parrilla is joining Lincoln Lawyer on Netflix.
- Ella Beatty has been added to Feud: Capote’s Women on FX.
- Aka Niviâna, Isabella Star Lablanc, and Joel D. Montgrand have joined True Detective: Night Country on HBO.
- Grantham Coleman is joining Power Book III: Raising Kanan on Starz.
Mark Your Calendars
- Neal Brennan: Blocks premieres on Netflix on November 8.
- Taco Chronicles: Cross the Border debuts on Netflix on November 23.
- The Independent will premiere on Peacock on November 2.
- Whitstable Pearl returns on Acorn TV on November 28.
- Blood & Water returns on Netflix on November 25.
- In Her Hands will premiere on Netflix on November 16.
- Lookism premieres on Netflix on November 4.
- A Grito Herido premieres on Prime Video on November 11.
- Gold Rush: White Water premieres on Discovery Channel on November 11.
- Tug of Words returns on GSN on November 14.
- Matt Rogers: Have You Heard of Christmas? debuts on Prime Video on December 2.
- Master of Light will debut on HBO on November 16.
Earthstorm: Storm chasers, survivors, and first responders tell their stories of surviving natural disasters. Series premiere. Netflix
The Devil’s Hour: A woman wakes up every night at exactly 3:33 a.m., and the answer to this mystery might be tied to a series of murders. Series premiere. Prime Video
Star Trek: Prodigy: The return of season one. Paramount+
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Millie Bobby Brown, Michael Imperioli, Tegan & Sara
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Billy Eichner, Beth Ditto, Craig Reynolds
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Kerry Washington, Joe Walsh
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Michaela Coel, Yuval Noah Harari
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Quentin Tarantino, Tenoch Huerta, Edgar Winter
- The Daily Show: Diane Kruger
- Watch What Happens Live: Paige Desorbo, Amanda Batula
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