The only red wave that happened last night was the one that splashed ketchup all over Mar-A-Lago’s walls

Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News

Yesterday was the midterm election and despite the Republicans crowing about an inevitable “red wave” … that never actually materialized. And I’m glad! The fact that John Fetterman won and Lauren Boebert likely lost, these are good things. I am happy that the GOP only made minor gains and there’s a chance the Democrats keep the Senate.

That said, I sure do wish my state wasn’t such a hellhole, I wish Warnock/Walker race weren’t going into a runoff, and I sure wish the House had stayed in Democratic hands because my blood pressure is not going to be able to take 87 hearings on Hunter Biden’s laptop. HEY, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, CAN WE PLEASE SPEED THINGS ALONG, NOW?


Also, reportedly, Former President Ruiner is reportedly “livid” about last night’s results.

Yeah, that feels good. That’s the stuff. Now, again, DOJ, wouldn’t it be fun to make his bad day worse?

Heads up: Leslie Jordan (R.I.P.) will be a guest judge on tonight’s The Masked Singer. He taped the episode sometime before his death on October 24, obviously.

House of the Dragons won’t be pitting its leads against each other during awards season — at least not in the lead actor and actress categories. But supporting actors, that’s a whole other can of worms. (That said, I wouldn’t want to be anyone competing against Matt Smith.)

Some more good news:

The new CW is making sure y’all are clear, it’s going to be a very different network next season, and will only have a “minimal” amount of current programming. “There may be a couple of shows” that survive into next year, but don’t hold y’all’s breath.

KEN JENNINGS! ~grasps pearls~

Seth Rogen has revealed that Prime Video bought some scripts for a second season of The Boys: Diabolical, but it’s unclear whether they will actually be produced.

“I hope Diabolical comes back. Actually, they bought some scripts for the next season, so we’ve been writing them. We’re not 100% sure they will produce them, but if everything goes as planned, they will produce the scripts that we are writing right now.”

Considering they are already filming season four of The Boys and they’ve got Gen V lined up, I guess a second season would happen after all that?

I don’t know who wants this, but here are the opening credits to Netflix’s Wednesday:

Jesse Palmer is out here pitching The Bachelor at Stagecoach, and honestly, it’s shocking this hasn’t happened already.

Stephen Fry, one of the first celebrities to join Twitter in 2008, has left the platform thanks to Elon Musk. He joins Whoopi Goldberg, Shonda Rhimes, Gigi Hadid, Sara Bareilles, Toni Braxton, Ken Olin, Amber Heard, and Mick Foley.



#netflix #hulu #disneyplus #amazonprime #hbomax #peacock #appletv #tomhanks #fyp #tacobell

♬ original sound – Carter Anderson


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Mark Your Calendars

  • Pinocchio will premiere on Netflix on December 9.
  • Crime Scene: The Texas Killing Fields will premiere on Netflix on November 29.
  • Dangerous Breed will premiere on Peacock on November 22.
  • Inside Job will return on Netflix on November 18.
  • The Croods: Family Tree will return on Peacock and Hulu on November 25.
  • Boss Baby Christmas Bonus will debut on Netflix on December 6.
  • Blood & Water returns on Netflix on November 25.


Susan Tolsky, Comedic actress known for Here Come the Brides

Bill Treacher, British actor known for EastEnders

Jeff Cook, Grammy-winning guitarist for Alabama

Dan McCafferty, Lead singer of Nazareth

Michael Butler, Broadway producer of Hair


The Crown: Brace yourself for impact. (Too soon?) Season premiere. Netflix

Love is Blind: It’s wedding and reunion time. Season finale. Netflix

Save Our Squad with David Beckham: David Beckham returns to his East London roots to help a struggling youth soccer — SORRY, FOOTBALL — team. Series premiere. Disney+

Zootopia+: Zootopia, but a TV series. Series premiere. Disney+

The 56th CMA Awards: Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning (for some reason) are the hosts. 7 p.m., ABC

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Octavia Spencer, Matthias Schweighöfer, Kurt Braunohler
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers: Florence Pugh, Steve Kornacki, Benny Greb
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Rose McIver
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jason Momoa, Luke Grimes, Lainey Wilson
  • The Daily Show: Mark Leibovich
  • Watch What Happens Live: Dustin Milligan, Whitney Rose

WEDS. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The 56th Annual CMA Awards
CBS Survivor
The Amazing Race
FBI: Most Wanted
CW Stargirl
Kung Fu
FOX The Masked Singer
LEGO Masters
NBC Chicago Med
Chicago Fire
Chicago P.D.

2 thoughts on “The only red wave that happened last night was the one that splashed ketchup all over Mar-A-Lago’s walls

  1. “Trump is indeed furious this morning, particularly about Mehmet Oz, and is blaming everyone who advised him to back Oz — including his wife, describing it as not her best decision …” Eh, he should have known. After all, she did marry him so her decisions have always been suspect.

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