2023 for me so far:
Lets just not talk about how im on the toilet.. she insisted. #momfail #fail #failarmy #coffeeaddict #toddlerfail
Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
Ellen Pompeo’s final Grey’s Anatomy episode will air on ABC on February 23.
In the episode, written by Grey’s executive producer/showrunner Krista Vernoff and directed by series’ executive producer Debbie Allen, it’s Meredith’s last day at Grey Sloan Memorial and the doctors plan a goodbye surprise, while Nick confronts her about the future of their relationship. Elsewhere, the interns compete to scrub in on Maggie and Winston’s groundbreaking partial heart transplant procedure, and Richard asks Teddy an important question.
Hey, wanna pay more for a streaming service that has been canceling your favorite shows and shedding all of its content? Today’s your lucky day!
The Golden Globes ratings were so low on Tuesday, NBC might not renew its contract to air them.
In contrast, despite there being “Harry and Meghan fatigue,” Prince Harry’s appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert brought the show’s largest audience in two years. His book Spare has also set the largest first-day sales record at Penguin Random House.
The least surprising story of the day — possibly decade — is that Jeremy Strong remains in his Kendall Roy costume at all times while shooting the series.
General Hospital will celebrate its 60th anniversary with a special episode on April 1, and with a special episode honoring the late Sonya Eddy at the end of March. (They aired a very brief tribute on yesterday’s episode.)
Speaking of General Hospital, please stop asking Genie Francis about the infamous Luke and Laura rape scene. Y’all know that she didn’t write it, right? And that it happened 43 years ago? And that she shouldn’t be forced to defend it? Let it go, guys.
Frankie Muniz is now a NASCAR driver because sure. Why the hell not?
Fox News is losing it over M&Ms again.
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— matt (@mattxiv) January 11, 2023
Former ESPN sideline reporter Allison Williams and ex-producer Beth Faber have sued the network over their vaccine mandate.
Hey, remember a couple of years ago when Mandalorian actor Gina Carano wouldn’t shut the fuck up on Twitter with her terrible takes on the pandemic and trans people and the Jews? And Disney was like “hey, shut the fuck up?” and Carano was all, “LOL NO.” So they fired her? And she was like, “THAT’S FINE, I’M GOING TO MAKE ANTI-WOKE CONTENT WITH THE LUNATICS AT THE DAILY WIRE AND IT’S GOING TO BE AWESOME.” Yeah, well, Carano starred in a Daily Wire-financed movie called Terror on the Prarie which had a $75,000,000 budget. Guess how much money it made.
More awards shows nonsense:
The Writers Guild of America announced their nominees for the WGA Awards.
The NAACP also announced its nominees for the Image Awards.
Get well soon, Michael Flatley.
- Mo has been renewed for a second and final season on Netflix. I’m disappointed it will only have two seasons, but in this environment, I’m relieved it was renewed at all.
- Minx has been renewed for a second season on Starz, saving the previously canceled HBO Max series. THANK GOODNESS.
- Ghosts has been renewed for a third season on CBS.
- All American has been renewed for a sixth season at The CW. This is remarkable because it is the first legacy CW show to receive a renewal under the new ownership.
- Criminal Minds: Evolution has been renewed at Paramount+ for a second season.
- Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! have both been renewed for five more seasons.
- grown-ish has been renewed for a sixth season on Freeform.
- Too Hot to Handle has been renewed for a fifth season on Netflix.
- Netflix has ordered a docuseries about the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and a docuseries about the Six Nations rugby tournament.
- The Hush is being adapted into a TV series.
- The Ashley Madison Affair has been ordered at Hulu.
- Kerry Washington, Sam Waterston, Susan Sarandon, and Oprah Winfrey, Ebony Obsidian, Milauna Jackson, Kylie Jefferson, Shanice Shantay, Sarah Jeffery, Pepi Sonuga, Jay Reeves, Jeanté Godlock, Moriah Brown, Baadja-Lyne Odums, Gregg Sulkin, and Dean Norris will star in Six Triple Eight on Netflix.
- Kennedy McMann and Felicity Huffman will star in The Good Lawyer on ABC.
- Ṣọpẹ Dìrísù has joined Slow Horses on Apple TV+.
- Michael Smiley will star in Obituary on Hulu.
- Ed Begley Jr., Mo Collins, Deborah S. Craig, Telma Hopkins, Don Lake, Rhea Perlman, Paula Pell, Tony Plana, Brittany Snow, and Julia Sweeney will guest star on Not Dead Yet on ABC.
- Ron Livingston will appear in A Million Little Things on ABC.
- Maia Mitchell will return on Good Trouble on Freeform.
- Diego Boneta, Belinda, and Luis Gerardo Méndez will star in an untitled Prime Video miniseries based on the death of Paco Stanley.
Mark Your Calendars
- Your Place or Mine will debut on Netflix on February 10.
- Sharper debuts on Apple TV+ on February 17.
- Wolf Pack premieres on Paramount+ on January 26.
- A Million Little Things will return on ABC on February 8.
- Lockwood & Co. will debut on Netflix on January 27.
- The Watchful Eye will debut on Freeform on January 30.
- The Masked Singer returns on Fox on February 15.
- Love Trip: Paris will premiere on Freeform on February 14.
- Ex on the Beach Couples debuts on MTV on February 9.
- Formula 1: Drive to Survive returns on Netflix on February 24.
- The Perfect 10 will premiere on Fox on February 11.
- Full Swing will premiere on Netflix on February 15.
- George Ezra End to End will debut on Prime Video on January 13.
- Shahmaran premieres on Netflix on January 20.
- The Exchange will debut on Netflix on February 8.
- Harry: The Interview will premiere on CBS on January 14.
- The Company You Keep will debut on ABC on February 19; Not Dead Yet will premiere on February 8.
- Dave returns on FX on April 5; The New York Times Presents: Sin Eater on March 10 on FX and Hulu; The New York Times Presents: The Legacy of J Dilla on April 7 on FX and Hulu; Dear Mama on April 21 on FX.
- Schoolhouse Rock! 50th Anniversary Singalong will premiere on ABC on February 1, and on Hulu on February 2.
- Good Trouble returns on Freeform on March 16; Single Drunk Female returns on April 12.
- The Assistant will premiere on Tubi on January 20; Best Friend on February 24; You’re Not Alone on March 24; No Way Out on March 29.
- Tournament of Champions will return on Food Network on February 19.
- The Quibi series Die Hart has been repackaged as Die Hart: The Movie for Prime Video where it will premiere on February 24.
- New Japan Pro-Wrestling premieres on AXS today.
Ben Masters, Soap actor known for his role on Passions
Carole Cook, Actress and Lucille Ball’s protégé. She was in many TV shows and movies, but my generation will know her best as Molly Ringwald’s grandmother in Sixteen Candles
Dorothy Tristan, Actress best known for Klute and End of the Road
Jeff Beck, Legendary rock guitarist
Tatjana Patitz, Former supermodel
Hubert G. Wells, Longtime animal trainer
Charles White, Former NFL player and Heisman Trophy winner
He Ping, Chinese director
Walker: The Walker family resolves to make better choices in the New Year. LOL, OK. Winter premiere. 7 p.m., The CW
Walker: Independence: Abby’s secret identity is endangered in the winter premiere. 8 p.m., The CW
The Traitors: This is basically Celebrity Mole and you can’t tell me otherwise. Series premiere. Peacock
Velma: Mindy Kaling’s animated version of the beloved Scooby-Doo character is here to make all the sad white men SO ANGRY. Series premiere. HBO Max
Vikings: Valhalla: Season two. Netflix
The Climb: It’s a rock climbing competition. Series premiere. HBO Max
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Chelsea Handler, Matthew Macfadyen, Ralph Barbosa
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Anna Kendrick, John Larroquette, Fab Moretti
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Danai Gurira, Jeremy Pope, Ingrid Andress
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Bryan Cranston, Sigourney Weaver, Quinn XCII
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Viola Davis, Judd Hirsch, Chase Rice
- Watch What Happens Live: Meghann Fahy, Theo James
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