I know it’s not easy for those of us in Houston, who are unshowered and thirsty, but try to carry this energy into the week with you:
Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
People were into the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade this year: it received its highest ratings in five years.
And U.S. Men’s Soccer is finally something of a draw for audiences. The U.S. – England match on Friday drew over 15 million viewers in the U.S. — the most for any men’s soccer match. Of course, this wasn’t hurt by the fact that it aired on the day after Thanksgiving, either …
James Gunn assures folks that future DC movies and TV shows will be connected within the DC Universe.
Meanwhile, Dwayne Johnson is out here taking credit for bringing Henry Cavill back into the DCU as Superman. Millions of The Witcher fans would like to have a word with you, Rock.
The Office if it were an Adult Swim series:
And here are The Office characters if they existed in the Mad Max universe for some reason:
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Aubrey Plaza tried to psychologically break her White Lotus co-star Adam DiMarco during filming. Yep, checks out.
Just a quick PSA: Ancient Apocalypse on Netflix might be entertaining, but it is deeply unscientific bunk that has some white supremacist inklings. Also, the host, Graham Hancock, whose silly theory underlines the series? He’s the father of Netflix’s senior manager of unscripted originals. So.
Jodie Sweetin has a new idea for another Full House sequel — this one based on the Golden Girls. As long as Candace Cameron Bure isn’t involved, sounds great.
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Congratulations to Ben Platt and Noah Galvin!
- Tyler Perry has signed a four-movie deal with Prime Video.
- Stolen Youth: Inside the Cult at Sarah Lawrence has been ordered at Hulu.
- Still Up, a British comedy series, has been ordered at Apple TV+.
- Who by Fire: Leonard Cohen in the Sinai is being developed as a limited series.
- Richard Lewis will be in this upcoming season of Curb Your Enthusiasm on HBO.
- Phil Mattingly is CNN’s new chief White House correspondent.
Mark Your Calendar
- 1923 will premiere on Paramount+ on December 18.
- Lockwood & Co. debuts on Netflix on January 27.
- The Mighty Ones returns on Peacock on December 9.
- NFL Tailgate Takedown will premiere on Food Network and Discovery+ on January 4.
- Crime and Justice Lagos will debut on Showmax on December 8.
Irene Cara, Oscar-winning singer known for “What a Feeling” and “Fame” and for her role in the film Fame.
Donald Anthony St. Claire, Former Amazing Race contestant
Freddie Roman, Borscht Belt comedian who appeared in several movies and TV shows including Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The Tonight Show, and Red Oaks
Albert Pyun, Director of more than 20 feature films including Cyborg, Nemesis and The Sword and the Sorcerer
Eric Fleishman, AKA “Eric The Trainer,” Celebrity trainer
Charles Koppelman, Former music industry executive and chairman of Steve Madden and Martha Stewart
Tim Beddows, Executive at a U.K.-based distributing company
The Great Christmas Light Fight: Season premiere. 7 p.m., ABC
Planet Sex with Clara Delevingne: Cara Delevingne explores human sexuality in this new series. Season one premiere. Hulu
9-1-1: The 118 respond to weirder-than-usual calls which is truly saying something for this series. Fall finale. 7 p.m., Fox
All American: Jordan contemplates his priorities in the fall finale. 7 p.m., The CW
All American: Homecoming: Simone tries to to break her tennis curse. Fall finale. 8 p.m., The CW
Avenue 5: Season two finale. 9 p.m., HBO
Willie Nelson: Live at Budokan: This concert was recorded in Tokyo in 1984. Because Willie is the literal best. Premiere. 7 p.m., PBS
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Zoe Saldana, James Austin Johnson, a performance by the Broadway cast of “& Juliet”
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Don Lemon, Gabrielle Union
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Kathryn Hahn, Dominic West, Beach Weather
- The Daily Show: TBA
- Watch What Happens Live: Capt. Lee Rosbach, Leva Bonaparte
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