While the rest of the world is having a normal Monday, we in Houston are celebrating the Astros’ second World Series win. You wanted Houston? You got Houston.
“We want Houston!” chants have already started before the Astros World Series parade 👀
— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) November 7, 2022
Savage AF pic.twitter.com/CeAqWSv0iH
— Michael Schwab (@michaelschwab13) November 7, 2022
Astros parade in Houston is packed!!! pic.twitter.com/kLEOWQUunO
— Fernando de la Riva (@FdelaRiva89) November 7, 2022
— 🏆Houston Astros France 🇫🇷 / 🇺🇸 (@AstrosFrance) November 7, 2022
How does Houston do World Series parades?
— Michael Schwab (@michaelschwab13) November 7, 2022
#KHOU11 @KHOU @astros @BunBTrillOG Houston based rapper Bun B, who is a longtime Astros fan, is in the parade today and we caught up with him right before the parade started. "Today's that day baby, Parade Day!!" Here's more with Bun! pic.twitter.com/gUaksQ2vra
— Matt Musil (@KHOUSportsMatt) November 7, 2022
Sen. Ted Cruz showered with boos at the Houston Astros' World Series paradepic.twitter.com/PkjRTTSBLS
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) November 7, 2022
Ted Cruz vs Houston Tx… lol pic.twitter.com/KfI5Uv7t9S
— Asia (@Natural_I3eauty) November 7, 2022
Beer can thrown at Ted Cruz at the Astros parade today 🤣…they sure love him in his hometown pic.twitter.com/UcnerhOQEJ
— Wu-Tang is for the Children (@WUTangKids) November 7, 2022
LMAOOOO EVERYONE WAS BOOING DAN PATRICK IN THE ASTROS PARADE. THEN TED CRUZ FOLLOWED AND THE CROWD GOT 5 TIMES LOUDRR BOOING HIM💀💀💀 pic.twitter.com/IqWO176HjM
— 💦T̾O̾O̾M̾U̾C̾H̾S̾A̾U̾C̾E̾🌊 (@2muchsaucemusic) November 7, 2022
— Greg Carr (@AfricanaCarr) November 7, 2022
Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
Tony Blair has declared the fifth season of The Crown to be “complete and utter rubbish.” In fact, he’s written a whole angry letter about it.
NBC will use TikTok and live streaming to report on tomorrow’s midterm elections (in addition to NBC News primetime coverage and MNSBC, of course).
Shonda Rhimes, pointing out the obvious: “Shows with a more inclusive cast have more viewers and make more money, they get more advertising dollars. We showed it was an economic model that was more profitable.”
Just because one person managed to land a role on The Sandman by advocating for themselves on social media doesn’t mean that it will work for you. Neil Gaiman has some casting tips for you wannabe Deliriums:
And as a reminder to everyone out there who wants to act, “I’m a lot like Delirium in real life” is not the hard-sell casting slam dunk many of you seem to think it is. If you’re going to be in Sandman you need to be an actor, you need to have credits, we need to know not only that you’re brilliant but that you’re also reliable, and that you know how to act for TV — can you do the same scene two dozen times, and still say the lines every time as if this is the first time you’ve ever said them? Can you be funny and break people’s hearts at the same time?)
An NBC news report about the attack on Paul Pelosi had to be pulled when they realized the source they used was unreliable. NBC’s report suggested that “Paul Pelosi answered the door for police, responding to a 911 call, but the officers were “seemingly unaware they had been called to the home of the speaker of the House.” Pelosi, though, didn’t “declare an emergency” or try to leave, but walked back to the suspect, who was carrying a hammer.” This was inaccurate and fed into right-wing conspiracies about the attack, so WAY TO GO, GUYS.
The cast of Westworld will be paid for season five, even though it’s not happening. (see below)
- Monster has been renewed at Netflix for two more seasons on Netflix.
- The Watcher has been renewed at Netflix for a second season.
- Westworld has been canceled after four seasons on HBO. This comes right after Warner Bros. Discovery told shareholders that “the grand experiment of creating something at any cost is over” but they are claiming this decision wasn’t a budget decision. OK.
- A Million Little Things will end after the upcoming fifth season on ABC.
- Whose Line Is It Anyway? will end after season 12 on The CW.
Hey everyone. Hope you are enjoying the current season of Whose Line. In January, we shoot our final season. Thank you all for the support over the years.
— Colin Mochrie (@colinmochrie) November 4, 2022
- Carnival Row will end after season two on Prime Video.
- Grosse Pointe Garden Society, a murder drama series, and Point Nemo, an apocalyptic cruise ship drama, both from the creator of Good Girls, are in development at NBC.
- Absolute Dominion, a sci-fi martial arts film starring Patton Oswalt, Alex Winter and Julie Ann Emery, has been dropped by Netflix and Blumhouse despite being completed.
- The Ghost of Richard Harris and Peter O’Toole – Along the Sky Road to Aqaba have been bought by Britbox.
- Dave Chappelle will host Saturday Night Live this week, with musical guest Black Star.
- Jimmy Kimmel will host The Oscars on ABC next year.
- Dafne Keen, Rebecca Henderson, Charlie Barnett, Dean-Charles Chapman, and Carrie-Anne Moss have been added to the cast of The Acolyte on Disney+.
- Jake Abel will guest star on Walker on The CW. (Supernatural fans will get it.)
- Petey Gibson, Fivel Stewart, and Bre Blair are joining Alert on Fox.
- Bel Priestley, Ash Self, and Thibault De Montalembert have been added to the cast of Heartstopper on Netflix.
- Tenzing Norgay Trainor and Peggy Blow have joined the cast of Freeridge on Netflix.
- Sanjeev Bhaskar has been cast in the lead of Inspector Singh Investigates on Britbox.
Mark Your Calendar
- Glass Onion will debut on Netflix on December 23.
- Mammals will premiere on Prime Video on November 11.
- Back in the Groove will premiere on Hulu on December 8.
- I Am Vanessa Guillen will debut on Netflix on November 17.
- Shaunie & Keion’s Destination ‘I Do’ will premiere on VH1 on November 28.
- Warriors of Future will debut on Netflix on December 2.
- The Love Experiment will premiere on VH1 on November 28.
- Fire Country will air a special episode after the AFC Championship game on January 29.
- Carnival Row will return on Prime Video on February 17.
- A Million Little Things will return on ABC on February 8.
Aaron Carter, Singer, reality TV star, actor, and brother of Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter
— Nay News (@TheNayNews) November 6, 2022
We are shocked and saddened about the sudden passing of Aaron Carter. Sending prayers to the Carter family. Rest in peace, Aaron ❤️ pic.twitter.com/rDUcE4i8Iy
— New Kids on the Block (@NKOTB) November 5, 2022
Rest in peace, Aaron Carter. pic.twitter.com/53q6SXcvcK
— DWTS Stats & Info (@dwtsstats) November 5, 2022
David Davis, Writer, and creator of the classic shows Taxi and The Bob Newhart Show, husband of Julie Kavner, actress and voice of Marge Simpson
Donald Lee Harris, Production designer on Grey’s Anatomy, The Office, American Housewife, Malcolm in the Middle, and dozens of others
Laney Chantal, Face/Off contestant and FX/make-up artist
Rebecca Godfrey, Author whose book Under the Bridge is being turned into a TV series at Hulu
Mimi Parker, Drummer for the band Low
Don’t Worry Darling: Watch the controversy. Premiere. HBO Max
Judy Justice: Judge Judy is back. Freevee
Raising Arizona: On the eve of one of the most important midterm elections — if not the most important midterm election — I’m going to settle in with one of my all-time favorites as a coping mechanism. 7:23 p.m., Starz Encore
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Ryan Reynolds, Jen Psaki, Smino
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Gayle King, Bobby Cannavale, Benny Greb
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: John Oliver, a performance by the Broadway cast of “The Lion King”
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Dana Carvey, Jonathan Majors, SoFaygo
- The Daily Show: TBA
- Watch What Happens Live: Evan Rachel Wood, Daniel Radcliffe
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