DAISY! YES, PLEASE!
This is Daisy. She has a very important job. Walks around the office asking people if they want hugs. 14/10 yes please pic.twitter.com/BcYnGxFxNt
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Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
So, first of all, I had no idea that Adam Scott was on Boy Meets World — apparently, he appeared in four epsiodes over seasons two and three. But his experience wasn’t great, as he expressed to his former co-stars Danielle Fishel, Rider Strong, and Will Friedle on their podcast, Pod Meets World. According to Scott, after filming a scene, he went to give Strong a high-five and a hug, only to have Strong shove him and run away from him. Scott also claims that he heard that Fishel told people that no one on the show liked him. Fishel and Strong were shocked by both stories and (sorta) denied them, but it clearly stuck with Scott.
Pamela Anderson calls the team behind Pam & Tommy “assholes,” says that she didn’t watch the series, and that Tommy sent her a note about the show reading, “Don’t let this hurt you like it did the first time.”
Former President Blowhard has threatened to drop all association with AT&T and DirecTV unless they reinstate Newsmax. Now, I have no idea what kind of “association” he has with them — is he going to drop them as his cell phone carrier? — but I doubt they are shaking in their boots.
Speaking of that human garbage fire, Facebook is letting him back on their platforms. This will definitely end well.
In honor of today’s premiere of Poker Face, the Rian Johnson/Natasha Lyonne mystery series, you can call 1-866-Noblsht and get advice from the lead character Charlie Cale.
This story is behind a paywall, just FYI, but apparently, all that hate-watching is making Velma a hit. There will definitely be a season two.
Here are a bunch of network shows that are probably on the cusp of cancelation. (That said, I don’t think Blue Bloods is going anywhere, not even after 13 seasons.)
A&W Restaurants put out a tweet spoofing the M&M announcement and Fox News managed to find a way to get angry about it, calling it “woke police cancel culture.” LOL, they’re the best.
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) January 25, 2023
Congratulations, Hannah Ann Sluss! Eat your heart out, Peter Weber.
- The Simpsons has been renewed for a thirty-fifth and thirty-sixth season at Fox.
- Bob’s Burgers has been renewed for seasons fourteen and fifteen on Fox.
- Family Guy has been renewed for seasons twenty-two and twenty-three on Fox.
- Bob ♥ Abishola has been renewed for a fifth season on CBS.
- Aqua Teen Hunger Force has been renewed for a twelfth season on Adult Swim.
- The Recruit has been renewed on Netflix for a second season.
- My Lover My Killer has been renewed for a second season on Netflix.
- The syndicated Dateline has been renewed for a seventh season.
- Doom Patrol has been canceled after four seasons on HBO Max.
- Titans has been canceled after four seasons on HBO Max. James Gunn says the decision predates his taking over the DCU, so don’t blame him.
- Lately, a late night talk show hosted by Larry Wilmore, is in the works at ABC.
- Sign Here is being adapted into a series by Phoebe Waller-Bridge at Prime Video.
- Unfriendly Black Hotties, a comedy produced by Keke Palmer, Jermaine Crawford, and Amy Aniobi, is being developed at HBO Max.
- A limited series based on Beverley’s War: A Fractured Family Dynasty. Elder Abuse. Millions in Financial Fraud is being developed at HBO Max.
- The Ride, a docuseries about bull riding, has been acquired by Prime Video.
- Mighty Nein, an animated series, has been acquired by Prime Video.
- Dennis Lehane has signed an overall deal with Apple TV+.
- Pedro Pascal will host Saturday Night Live with musical guest Coldplay on February 4.
- Garcelle Beauvais will star in Black Girl Missing on Lifetime.
- Anders Keith has been cast as Niles and Daphne’s son David on the Frasier sequel for Paramount+.
- Ethan Embry and Sunny Mabrey have joined Gotham Knights on The CW.
- Shakirah DeMesier, Langston Kerman, and Cassi Maddox have joined The Other Black Girl on Hulu.
- Elizabeth Marvel and Bill Camp have joined Presumed Innocent on Apple TV+.
- Kristen Bell, Christian Convery, McKenna Grace, Lil Rel Howery, James Marsden, Finn Lee-Epp, Serena Williams, Alan Kim, Brice Gonzalez, North West, Kim Kardashian, and Saint West are all in the voice cast of PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie.
Mark Your Calendars
- Succession returns on HBO on March 26.
- Party Down returns on Starz on February 24.
- We Have a Ghost will debut on Netflix on February 24.
- TMZ Investigates: Lisa Marie Presley: Unending Tragedy will debut on January 30 on Fox.
- Marc Maron: From Bleak to Dark premieres on HBO on February 11.
- Bill Russell: Legend will premiere on Netflix on February 8.
- Make or Break will return on Apple TV+ on February 17.
- When You’re Strange will debut on AXS TV on February 1.
- Marc Marquez: ALL IN will premiere on Prime Video on February 20.
- All That Breathes will debut on HBO and HBO Max on February 7. It’s been nominated for an Oscar in the documentary category.
- Puppy Bowl will air on Animal Planet, TNets, Discovery Channel as well as Discovery+ and HBO Max on February 12.
- Beauty and the Bleach will premiere on Fuse and Fuse+ on March 1.
Lance Kerwin, Former child actor who starred in Salem’s Lot and James at 15
Sal Piro, The original Rocky Horror superfan who helped create the audience participation routines and helped it become the cult hit that it remains
Poker Face: Natasha Lyonne stars in this new Rian Johnson series as a woman who can tell when people are lying — a skill that helps her solve crimes on a cross-country trip. Series premiere. Peacock
The 1619 Project: The companion piece to the Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times project, seeks to reframe American history to be seen through the contributions of Black Americans. Series premiere. Hulu
Teen Wolf: Scott McCall must gather allies and friends to fight against a terrifying new enemy. Premiere. Paramount+
Wolf Pack: Sarah Michelle Gellar stars in this new horror series about a group of teenagers who share a dark secret. Series premiere. Paramount+
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 20th Anniversary Special: Jimmy Fallon celebrates 20 years on late night with his original guests, George Clooney, Snoop Dogg, and Coldplay. 9 p.m., ABC
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Michael B. Jordan, Hugh Dancy, Måneskin, Tom Morello
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Alex Wagner, Bowen Yang, Danny Carey, 8G Band
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Alex Wagner, Bowen Yang, Danny Carey
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: David Duchovny, Mike Sabath & the Moongirls
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: George Clooney, Snoop Dogg, Coldplay
- The Daily Show: Guest host Wanda Sykes
- Watch What Happens Live: Hilary Duff, Nikki Bella
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