Y’all. The goat farmers got themselves a tiny cow. They are living my best life.
Just a man and his tiny steer taking a walk. pic.twitter.com/MKN3quq2Jc
— Blue Heron Farm (@BlueHeronFarmTX) November 17, 2022
Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
CNN plans on a much more sober New Year’s Eve program. BOOOOOOOO. GIVE ME DRUNK ANDERSON COOPER OR GIVE ME DEATH.
One of the new Real Housewives of New York, Lizzy Savestky, has left the show one month into filming after allegedly being the target of a “torrent of antisemitic attacks.” Wow, people, what’s going on out there?
Don’t try to sign Kevin McHale up for a Glee reboot. Also, let’s not do a Glee reboot, thank you please.
And a shakeup at CBS: Kelly Kahl, who has been President of CBS Entertainment for the past 5 1/2 years is out. It’s just surprising because CBS is far and away the most popular network, and he helped shape the scheduling to make it that way. Reports are that they might be getting rid of the last executives that had been hired by Les Moonves.
And then ironically enough, after announcing they were laying people off, Paramount+ had its biggest sign-up day on Sunday thanks to Tulsa King and NFL on CBS.
Meanwhile, broadcast TV had a 10% uptick in viewers in October, which I guess is good, except that I wonder how much of that is live sporting events. Between the NFL, college football, and the MLB playoffs and World Series, October is a pretty big sports month, and is not something that can be replicated easily.
Hold up … the failed Arizona gubernatorial candidate and election denier lunatic Kari Lake was a fan of Todd on Breaking Bad? WHO IS A FAN OF TODD ON BREAKING BAD?
starting to see a pattern pic.twitter.com/SSxlPxdJBS
— X _ X (@zowyisdead) November 16, 2022
No need to tell us your favorite character from The Boys, I think I can guess pic.twitter.com/WIm2WoyxTp
— Interpretive Dan (@StanChips) November 16, 2022
I did Nazi that coming. Jk I did.
— T.S. (@ballpeenhammer2) November 16, 2022
Lol, Larry David crapped on crypto in a crypto ad and now he’s being sued for it which just sounds like an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Turns out, Larry David was right about FTX pic.twitter.com/umTCwCTvAp
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) November 12, 2022
DAY THREE OF CANDACE CAMERON BUREGATE: Cameron Bure is now claiming the victim mantle, and blaming the “toxic climate” of our culture instead of her bigotry.
Meanwhile, I’m with Jeffrey Dean Morgan. (His wife is Hilarie Burton, by the way, the first person to call Cameron Bure out.)
I don’t remember Jesus liking hypocrites like Candy.
But sure. Make your money, honey. You ride that prejudice wave all the way to the bank. https://t.co/X70aO4WIcB
— Hilarie Burton Morgan (@HilarieBurton) November 15, 2022
“Make your money honey.” Lol… cooked kids dinner and was laughing whole time. Wife has words AND timing.
— Jeffrey Dean Morgan (@JDMorgan) November 15, 2022
And on Day Five of Chappelle Monologhazi: Jerry Seinfeld, a man of a certain age who usually is out here complaining along with the rest of them about “cancel culture,” he doesn’t sound quite as generous as Jon Stewart: “I did think the comedy was well-executed, but I think the subject matter calls for a conversation that I don’t think I’d want to have in this venue.”
Please listen to Hacks star Hannah Einbinder on the Dave Chappelle monologue, she knows what she’s talking about:
- Long-running Australian soap opera and launcher of numerous careers, Neighbours, has been SAVED by Freevee! Channel 5 had canceled it after 37 years, but it’s come BACK FROM THE DEAD, like any good soap opera character. DO ALL MY CHILDREN AND ONE LIFE TO LIVE NEXT, GUYS.
- Quentin Tarantino is out here threatening that he’s going to make an eight-episode TV series. Not going to even lie: I will watch the hell out of that, whatever it is.
- Act Your Age, a comedy starring Kym Whitley, Tisha Campbell, and Yvette Nicole Brown, has been ordered at Bounce.
- Dawnn Lewis is joining the cast of Young Rock on NBC.
- Isabella Gomez has joined The Goldbergs on ABC.
- Alvina August has been added to the cast of Straight Man on AMC.
- Sam Asghari, Carla Mansour, Adam Budron, and Martin Donovan have joined the cast of Lionness on Paramount+.
- Jimmie Allen, Elle King, and Rachel Smith will host New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash on CBS.
Mark Your Calendars
- Your Honor returns on Showtime on January 15.
- Santa Camp debuts on HBO Max today.
- I Wish You Would will debut on Netflix on November 22.
- CMA Country Christmas airs on ABC on December 8.
- Snow Day premieres on NIckelodeon on Paramount+ on December 16.
- Darby and the Dead premieres on Hulu on December 2.
- The Howard Stern Interview: Bruce Springsteen will debut on HBO on November 27.
- Wicked City will premiere on ALLBLK on December 1.
- Sort Of returns on HBO Max on December 1.
- Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles returns on Bravo on December 8.
- My Dad the Bounty Hunter will debut on Netflix on February 9.
- Mystery Science Theater 3000 will have a Thanksgiving Day marathon on Gizmoplex, Twitch, and YouTube.
- Miss Scarlet and The Duke will debut on PBS on January 8.
Robert Clary, Actor, singer, star of Hogan’s Heroes, and Holocaust survivor
Kymberly Herrin, Actress in Ghostbusters and Playmate
Bill Treusch, Talent manager
Dead to Me: The third and final season of the darkly funny Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini, now with 100% more Garrett Dillahunt. Season premiere. Netflix
A Christmas Story Christmas: Ralphie is all grown-up and wants to give his children the magical Christmas he had as a child in this sequel to the Christmas classic. Premiere. HBO Max
Sex Lives of College Girls: Sophomore year. Season premiere. HBO Max
I Am Vanessa Guillen: In 2020, Houston-born Vanessa Guillen was bludgeoned to death at Fort Hood by a fellow soldier after having reported being harassed. This documentary tells her tragic and infuriating story. Premiere. Netflix
Pepsi, Where’s My Jet?: The true story of a 20-year-old kid who saw a crazy potential loophole in a Pepsi promotion, and went to insane lengths to make the company pay up. Premiere. Netflix
Gangs of London: Season two. AMC+
Pickled: Stephen Colbert hosts a celebrity pickleball competition to benefit Comic Relief USA. Premiere. 8 p.m., CBS
The People We Hate at the Wedding: Allison Janney, Kristen Bell, and Ben Platt star in this comedy about sibling rivalry at a family wedding. Premiere. Prime Video
Spirited: Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell star in this musical comedy update to A Christmas Carol. Premiere. Apple TV+
Alaska Daily: Fall finale. 9 p.m., ABC
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Jessica Chastain, Martha Stewart, the Smile
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: David Duchovny; Sarah Jones; Arjuna Contreras
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Michelle Williams, the winners of “Pickled”
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Tracee Ellis Ross, Sosie Bacon, Erica Spera
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Patrick Dempsey, Nicholas Hoult, the Backseat Lovers, Billy Gibbons
- The Daily Show: President Barack Obama
- Watch What Happens Live: Craig Conover, Kory Keefer
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