The most unhealthy relationships on TV in 2022 — and there were many

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Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News

We are in that weird, quiet week between Christmas and New Years in which the entire entertainment industry goes quiet — which is great! I’m not complaining! It means I can get back to my Game of Thrones marathon in peace! However, it also means there is not a whole lot of news out there for me to share. Here are the few scraps of whatever that I can find. Expect things to return to normal by next week.

This IndieWire list of the “Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2023” is wild to me mostly because I have never heard of the number one show. I mean, I understand their excitement for it — some people love them some Tom Hanks/Steven Spielberg World War II worship. I’m not one of those people and I guess I have just spent the entirety of the development of this project completely ignoring that it was happening.


TV Line discusses how 2022 was the Year of the Unhealthy Relationship. LOOKING AT YOU, DAEMON/RHAENYRA SHIPPERS.

Prepare yourselves: password sharing on Netflix is coming to an end sometime early next year.

Good news for The Green Lantern fans: James Gunn claims a report that the upcoming series based on the superhero had been scrapped at DC is “Fake.”


Rapper Tony Lanez was found guilty of shooting Meghan Thee Stallion in the foot in 2020. GOOD. GO DIRECTLY TO JAIL. And all the rappers and fans out there who were doubting her story need to sit down and have a long hard think about where their misogynism comes from.

The Sun apologized for running Jeremy Clarkson’s disgusting piece on Meghan Markle.

“Columnists’ opinions are their own, but as a publisher, we realise that with free expression comes responsibility.

We at The Sun regret the publication of this article and we are sincerely sorry.”

However, Markle and Prince Harry have rejected the apology, claiming it was a PR stunt and that they had not been contacted directly.

Former That’s So Raven star Orlando Brown was arrested on a charge of domestic violence by threat.

Darris Love, actor on The Secret Life of Alex Mack, was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence. CAN ACTORS FROM LATE 90s-EARLY 00s KIDS SHOWS PLEASE KEEP THEIR HANDS TO THEMSELVES? THANKS.

Tom White, the editor of Documentary Magazine, has resigned after 18 employees of the magazine left alleging a toxic workplace.

The sexual assault charges against English singer-songwriter Rex Orange County have been dropped.


Stephen Greif, British actor in EastEnders and The Crown among others


Jose Andrés and Family in Spain: The chef and humanitarian takes his three American-raised daughters on a culinary adventure across Spain in this new docuseries. Premiere. Discovery+

Ocean Emergency: Currents of Hope: Prince Albert of Monaco hosts this examination into the ocean’s environmental crisis and what we can do to reverse it in this new special. Premiere. 7 p.m., The CW


TUES. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC Celebrity Jeopardy!
The Rookie: Feds
The Rookie: Feds
FBI: International
FBI: Most Wanted
CW Ocean Emergency: Currents of Hope
FOX The Resident
The Resident
NBC The Wheel
Lopez vs. Lopez
Lopez vs. Lopez
The Wheel

2 thoughts on “The most unhealthy relationships on TV in 2022 — and there were many

  1. How, exactly, does Netflix plan to stop password sharing? Like I guess they could make you register devices and/or IP addresses but what about kids at college and such? I don’t get how this isn’t going to be anything other than a cluster

  2. I seem to recall on my current Netflix plan I’m limited to 2 devices signed in at once. For more I have to pay more money. Am I about to be limited to 1? If so the kids are about to get used to be being bumped off by me.

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