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Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
Leslie Jones is crushing it on the daily show
— Nick Brennan (@nfbrennan) January 18, 2023
I hope Leslie Jones is the permanent host of the Daily Show this is the best it’s been in so long
— Marcia Belsky (@MarciaBelsky) January 18, 2023
Did they make this statue because they knew Leslie Jones was going to host The Daily Show?? This is hilarious. https://t.co/NhqVwPsBKA
— Stacey Jo (@StaceyJokins) January 18, 2023
Two medical dramas ended last night — well, maybe. The Resident likely ended on Fox last night, though it hasn’t been officially canceled. And New Amsterdam ended on NBC, though the creator is still unclear on why it was canceled.
Theo James is not making a George Michael biopic but NOW I DEMAND THAT HE DO SO. Look at how much they look alike, y’all!
After Jeremy Renner was run over by a snowplow, Paramount+ had to update the key art for Mayor of Kingstown which showed his face bloodied and bruised.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus says that if Veep were to come back (which it will not, sadly), they could never touch upon January 6. Fair. But I would have loved to have seen the Meyer administration deal with the shitshow that was the pandemic.
Hey — you can rent that villa in Sicily from The White Lotus. It’ll cost you, though.
Aubrey Plaza once auditioned for Saturday Night Live, but made it weird and didn’t get the job.
Surely no-one’s that excited about an FA Cup Third Round Replay? 👀
Sound on (but careful if you’re in polite company) 🔊 pic.twitter.com/B3WtpgDWoF
— Josh Halliday (@JoshHalliday) January 17, 2023
Dax Shepard revealed to Anna Kendrick that Kristen Bell is jealous of her and it was awkward. I actually find this a little strange because I would have thought Bell and Kendrick were friendly because they’re so much alike. Which, of course, is exactly the problem.
Another day, another award nominees announcement: today it’s the GLAAD Media Awards.
- Shoresy has been renewed for a second season on Hulu.
- SEAL Team has been renewed for a seventh season on Paramount+.
- Selling the O.C. has been renewed for seasons two and three on Netflix.
- Velma might have been renewed at HBO Max despite the terrible reviews? Stay tuned.
- The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle has been canceled by Netflix after two years of production.
- The Chronicles of Amber is being adapted into a fantasy series, produced by Stephen Colbert. Reportedly, the series of books was an inspiration for Game of Thrones.
- Murder by the Book, a mystery series starring Retta, has been given a pilot order at NBC.
- Public Defenders, a comedy about … well … public defenders, has been given a pilot order by ABC.
- Channel Surf with Craig Ferguson, a thirty-minute late-night show hosted by Craig Ferguson, is currently being shopped around to syndication markets.
- The Midcoast is being adapted into a series at Hulu.
- Moonflower Murders has been ordered at PBS.
- Nolly has been ordered at PBS.
- Meryl Streep has joined the cast of Only Murders in the Building on Hulu.
- Anthony Hopkins has been cast in Those About to Die on Peacock.
- Martha Plimpton has joined The Palace on HBO.
- Marilu Henner will guest star on NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS.
- Harriet Sansom Harris, Corbin Bernsen, Yvonna Pearson, Jock McKissic, Darryl Wesley, Rich Sommer, and Clifton Davis have been cast in The Sterling Affair on FX.
- Mo Amer will host the Doha Debates.
- Nikki M. James has been cast in Daredevil: Born Again on Disney+.
- Meaghan Rath has joined How I Met Your Father on Hulu.
- Matt Angel has joined The Lincoln Lawyer on Netflix.
- Sharon Taylor has joined Cross on Prime Video.
- Bethlehem Million has been added to the cast of The Good Lawyer on ABC.
- Ido Samuel and Lihi Kornowski have been cast in We Were The Lucky Ones on Hulu.
- Alia Shawkat, Salma Hindy, Randa Jarrar, Mandy Moore, Chris Redd, Akaash Singh, and Whitmer Thomas have been added to the voice cast of Ramy Youssef’s animated comedy #1 Happy Family USA on Prime Video.
Mark Your Calendars
- Netflix has released a sizzle reel for their upcoming feature films. Dates below.
- You People on January 27.
- Your Place Or Mine on February 10.
- Luther: The Fallen Sun on March 10.
- Murder Mystery 2 on March 31.
- The Mother on May 12.
- Extraction 2 on June 16.
- They Cloned Tyrone on July 21.
- Hearts of Stone on August 11.
- Lift on August 25.
- Damsel on October 13.
- Pain Hustlers on October 27.
- The Killer on November 10.
- A Family Affair on November 17.
- Leo on November 22.
- Leave The World Behind on December 8.
- Rebel Moon on December 22.
- Farmer Wants a Wife will debut on Fox on March 8.
- Shrinking premieres on Apple TV+ on January 27.
- Planet Sex With Cara Delevingne will debut on Hulu on February 14.
- Tom Jones will premiere on PBS on April 30.
- Animaniacs returns on Hulu on February 17.
- Stand will premiere on Showtime on February 3.
- Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always will premiere on Netflix on February 19.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always — a scripted, stand-alone 30th anniversary special premiering April 19 — will reunite some of the franchise’s most beloved Rangers, including original stars David Yost, Walter E. Jones, and Barbara Goodson aka the voice of Rita Repulsa! pic.twitter.com/3Jn1qo9vPS
— Netflix (@netflix) January 17, 2023
- The Ms. Pat Show will return on BET+ on February 23.
- Meet Me in Paris debuts on Roku on February 10.
- In Love All Over Again will premiere on Netflix on February 19.
- Class will premiere on Netflix on February 3.
Arthur Duncan, Pioneering tap dancer who was featured on The Lawrence Welk Show and The Betty White Show. When Betty White’s show began airing in the South, viewers and stations demanded that Duncan be fired because he was Black, but White refused, and the segregationists backed down.
Bruce Gowers, Multiple Emmy-, Grammy-, MTV-, and DGA-Award-winning music video director
Jamin “Jay Briscoe” Pugh, Ring of Honor professional wrestler
Piers Haggard, British film director
Home Economics: In the season finale, a natural disaster strikes, trapping the family under one roof. 8:30 p.m, ABC
Big Sky: Jenny and Beau hunt down the Bleeding Heart killer in the season finale. 9 p.m., ABC
grown-ish: Zoey and Aaron have an unexpected run-in at the airport in the winter premiere. 9:30 p.m., Freeform
The Cupcake Guys: A pair of former Tennessee Titans become cupcake moguls in this new reality series. Series premiere. Roku
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Yara Shahidi, SG Lewis
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Trevor Noah, Stephanie Hsu
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Trevor Noah, Stephanie Hsu
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Angela Bassett, Julia Wolf
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jennifer Lopez, Chris Perfetti, Fall Out Boy
- The Daily Show: Guest host Leslie Jones
- Watch What Happens Live: Kim Petras, Brad Goreski
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