— no context curb your enthusiasm (@ProManimalUnity) November 8, 2022
Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
Fox News could very well determine whether this post-election moment stays calm or descends into chaos and I’m not great with that, thanks!
Beginning today, you’ll be able to live stream NBC live 24/7 on Peacock, if you’re a Premium member and, yes, this. More of the networks need to do this: Paramount+ should live stream CBS; Disney+ could live stream ABC, Hulu: Fox. And The CW should talk to … I dunno … Prime? Netflix? Apple TV+ Whatever. It might not be necessary soon.
Speaking of The CW, their new entertainment head is Brad Schwartz, a former executive at Pop who developed Billy on the Street, Flack, and a little show called Schitt’s Creek. Nexstar folks are hoping that if he can just recreate that magic …
And as the largest owner of local TV stations, Nexstar is also very excited at the idea that the networks might start handing back the 9/10 p.m. hour to them for local (cheap) content. Broadcast TV is about to be very different, and soon.
Ryan Murphy says that he should have ended Glee after Cory Monteith died, which yeah, probably, maybe even sooner than that, and then in the next breath, this man is talking about a Glee reboot? ABSOLUTELY NOT. NO MA’AM.
Hold up HOLD UP: Ryan Reynolds appeared on South Korea’s Masked Singer? How? Why? I mean, I know why: he was promoting Deadpool 2, but what in the D-list celebrity is this shit?
The star of Squid Game finds it depressing and dark that so many people connected with the series. Fair!
Rhianna’s Savage X Fenty runway show will stream on Prime tomorrow, and she has chosen to include Johnny Depp in one of the show’s “star” moments. Gross and also WHY?
Rihanna giving Johnny Depp clout is actually a really good example of why it means nothing when someone says “as a victim of domestic violence, I support JD”. Like sorry that you went through that however it is still very not OK to support abusers!!!
— Rich Clarkophile (@exposingrich) November 3, 2022
The saddest thing about this man's smear campaign that made him win and set women's rights 50 years back with fellow abusers suing their victims is that is that he got real victims of domestic violence like Rihanna supporting him, he convinced the world that he was the victim. https://t.co/DB0g1LR6wK
— 🩸 kira ☂️ (@mcavoyjoy) November 3, 2022
Ho’h boy. According to an investigation done by the New York State Attorney General’s office, an LAPD Captain alerted CBS and Les Moonves to a confidential criminal sexual assault complaint against Moonves when it was filed in Hollywood, and shared an unredacted police report with them. This person inside the LAPD continued to provide CBS and Les Moonves with secret updates on the investigation. With permission from CBS, one of the executives who knew about these allegations sold 160,709 shares of CBS stock six weeks before the news became public, at which point the stock plummeted in value. As a result of this investigation, the New York State Attorney General’s office has secured a more than $30 million settlement from CBS, Paramount, and Moonves. Just … wow.
Sienna Miller says she was told to “fuck off” when she asked to be paid the same as her male co-star in a Broadway production.
Toni Collette has a more nuanced take on intimacy coordinators — that she doesn’t need them if she trusts her team — and I understand her point, I guess. She’s a grown adult who can do what she wants. That said, I would argue that messages like hers are only going to confuse some dense actors, and that they are going to hear that actresses don’t “trust” them if they want a coordinator, or that a coordinator isn’t necessary because they themselves are an inherently “trustworthy” actor. This is not what a coordinator is for, but tell that to the Sean Beans of the world.
Alanis Morissette blames “an overarching anti-woman sentiment” in the music industry for her choice to drop out of a performance at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Daniel Radcliffe is a mensch. Please vote for people who would protect, not abuse, trans kids.
- The Kelly Clarkson Show has been renewed for two more seasons in syndication.
- Bad Sisters has been renewed for a second season on Apple TV+.
- The Empress has been renewed for a second season on Netflix.
- Gears of War is being adapted into both a film and an animated series at Netflix.
- Seesaw Monster, a film starring and produced by Selma Hayek and Anne Hathaway, is in the works at Netflix.
- K-Town, a soapy drama set in Los Angeles’ Koreatown, is in the works at NBC.
- They’re With Me, a family comedy, is being developed at CBS.
- Universal Basic Guys/The Hoagie Bros., an animated series, has been ordered at Fox.
- Queen of the Jungle, a Latinx family drama, is being developed at AMC.
- Debbie Allen is working on her own interview show, Hello.
- Dave Foley has been added to the cast of Fargo on FX.
- Lin-Manuel Miranda is joining Percy Jackson and the Olympians on Disney+.
- Sasheer Zamata has been added to the cast of Agatha: Coven of Chaos on Disney+.
- Clémence Poésy and Adam Nagaitis are joining the cast of The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon on AMC.
- Omar J. Dorsey, Andrea Anders, Vanessa Ferlito, and Jorge Garcia have joined How To Be A Bookie on HBO Max.
- Wayne Brady, Tituss Burgess, Donald Faison, Phoebe Robinson, and Bradley Whitford will guest star on The Wonder Years on ABC.
- Ian Anthony Dale has joined The Resident on Fox.
- Philip Glenister and Steffan Rhodri will star in Steeltown Murders on BBC.
Mark Your Calendars
We have ABC, Fox, and NBC’s midseason schedules. Here we go:
7/8 p.m.: The Bachelor (January 23)
9/10 p.m.: The Good Doctor (January 23)
7/8 p.m.: The Rookie (January 3)
8/9 p.m.: The Rookie: Feds (January 3)
9/10 p.m.: WILL TRENT (January 3)
7/8 p.m.: The Conners (January 11)
7:30/8:30 p.m.: The Goldbergs (January 11)
8/9 p.m.: Abbott Elementary (January 4)
8:30/9:30 p.m.: Home Economics (January 4)
9/10 p.m.: Big Sky (January 4)
7/8 p.m.: Celebrity Jeopardy (January 5) / Station 19 (February 23)
8/9 p.m.: THE PARENT TEST (January 5) / Grey’s Anatomy (February 23)
9/10 p.m.: The Chase (January 5) / Alaska Daily (February 23)
7/8 p.m.: Shark Tank (January 6)
6/7 p.m.: America’s Funniest Home Videos (February 19)
7/8 p.m.: American Idol (February 19)
9/10 p.m.: THE COMPANY YOU KEEP (February 19)
Note: The Wonder Years has been pushed to a summer premiere date that will be announced later.
7/8 p.m.: Fantasy Island (January 2)
8/9 p.m.: ALERT (premiere on January 8; time slot on January 9)
7/8 p.m.: The Resident (January 3) / 9-1-1: Lone Star (January 17)
8/9 p.m.: ACCUSED (premiere on January 22; time slot on January 24)
7/8 p.m.: Celebrity Name That Tune (January 11)
8/9 p.m.: SPECIAL FORCES: WORLD’S TOUGHEST TEST (January 4)
7/8 p.m.: Hell’s Kitchen (January 5) / Next Level Chef (premiere Feburary 12; time slot February 16)
8/9 p.m.: Welcome to Flatch (January 5) / ANIMAL CONTROL (February 16)
8:30/9:30 p.m.: Call Me Kat (January 5)
8/9 p.m.: Bob’s Burgers (January 8)
8:30/9:30 p.m.: Family Guy (January 8)
7/8 p.m.: AMERICA’S GOT TALENT: ALL-STAR (January 2) / The Voice (March 6)
9/10 p.m.: Quantum Leap (January 2)
7/8 p.m.: NIGHT COURT (January 17)
7:30/8:30 p.m.: American Auto (Janaury 24)
8/9 p.m.: La Brea (January 31) / The Voice (March 7)
9/10 p.m.: New Amsterdam (January 3) / That’s My Jam (March 7)
7/8 p.m.: Chicago Med (January 4)
8/9 p.m.: Chicago Fire (January 4)
9/10 p.m.: Chicago P.D. (January 4)
7/8 p.m.: Law & Order (January 5)
8/9 p.m.: Law & Order: SVU (January 5)
9/10 p.m.: Law & Order: Organized Crime (January 5)
7/8 p.m.: Lopez vs. Lopez (January 6)
7:30/8:30 p.m.: Young Rock (January 6)
8/9 p.m.: Dateline NBC (January 6)
7/8 p.m.: The Blacklist (February 26)
8/9 p.m.: MAGNUM P.I. (February 19)
9/10 p.m.: FOUND (February 19)
Note: New Amsterdam‘s two-hour series finale is set for January 17.
- Kindred will premiere on Hulu on December 13.
- Too Hot To Handle returns on Netflix on December 7.
- Branson will premiere on HBO on December 1.
- The Lying Life of Adults debuts on Netflix on January 4.
- Retrograde will premiere on Disney+ on December 9, and on Hulu on December 11.
- Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition will premiere on VH1 on November 28.
- Capturing the Killer Nurse will debut on Netflix on November 11.
- Casey Anthony: Where the Truth Lies will debut on Peacock on November 29.
- Far From Home will debut on Netflix on December 16.
- It’s a Wonderful Binge will debut on Hulu on December 9.
- Holiday Baking Championship will premiere on HBO Max on November 14.
- Bake It ‘Til You Make It will debut on Food Network on December 26.
- Inside the Black Box returns on Crackle on December 1.
Leslie Phillips, Actor who appeared in the British series Carry On and was the voice of the Sorting Hat in the Harry Potter films
Alice Estes Davis, Legendary Disney designer
Midterm Election Coverage: I can’t breathe, I’m so fucking tense. 7 p.m., ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News
Say Hey, Willie Mays!: A look at the life of the legendary baseball player, Willie Mays, and how he helped erode racial barriers both in the sport and in American culture in general. Premiere. 8 p.m., HBO
Neil Brennan: Blocks: Neil Brennan is one of those comedian’s comedians, probably best known for being a co-creator and co-writer on Chappelle’s Show. Premiere. Netflix
The Handmaid’s Tale: Season five finale. Hulu
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: John Dickerson, Mike Birbiglia
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: George Conway, Breland
- The Daily Show: Thuso Mbedu
- Watch What Happens Live: Laverne Cox, Antoni Porowski
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