It’s been nearly 10 years since The Red Wedding. Who’s ready to be retraumatized?



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Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News

Tonight is Ellen Pompeo’s last episode of Grey’s Anatomy — except not. She’ll be back.

The Oscars are putting a “crisis team” in place this year, in response to their non-response to The Slap. Basically, they’ve assembled a bunch of publicists to be on hand to write press releases if something happens.

Chris Harrison is threatening to return to The Bachelor. Supposedly there are rumors that ABC might invite him back because the show is on “life support.” First of all, every network show is on “life support” in terms of ratings when you compare them to the ratings of twenty years ago. Second of all, The Bachelor has been on for TWENTY-SEVEN SEASONS. That is too many seasons for any show. Third, The Bachelor is a retrograde, heteronormative, and misogynistic fairy tale whose values just don’t resonate with Gen Z, and it was inevitable it would shed viewers. But lastly, I am pretty sure it’s Chris Harrison himself who is putting out this rumor and I refuse to take it seriously.

They have been super secretive about Damon Lindelof’s upcoming Peacock project, Mrs. Davis, and frankly I’ve been sorta baffled by the little we do know: “‘Mrs. Davis’ is the world’s most powerful algorithm. Simone is the nun devoted to destroying Her. Who ya got?” But after that terrifying story about the A.I. who fantasized about committing violence and fell in love with the New York Times reporter and tried to convince him to leave his wife … I get why a nun would want to destroy an algorithm. Anyway, here’s a very good Vulture piece about Mrs. Davis with a lot more information. Mrs. Davis premieres on Peacock on April 20.

H’oh boy. The Head Writer and Co-Executive Producer of The Young and the Restless just fired all five of his breakdown writers, claiming that he will do all of their jobs himself. GOOD LUCK, BUDDY.

A director’s commentary on Glass Onion is now available on Netflix if you just can’t get enough.

Yes, Meghan and Harry know that South Park roasted them. They are unbothered.

News you can use.

Squid Game will begin filming season two sometime this summer, and filming will take around 10 months. No word on when it will arrive on Netflix, though it’s promised to be “on a bigger scale” than season one.

This is a decent list of the most significant changes Game of Thrones made from the original four books. If books five, six, and seven ever get written (they will never get written) I’m sure this list will be considerably longer.

Bless the innocents who have not yet seen the Red Wedding. A TikToker recently posted a viewer’s reaction, and a Twitter user who has never watched Game of Thrones wondered what this woman was watching. This dug up everyone’s collective trauma: 


Don’t blame Netflix for these Roald Dahl meshugganahs.

God bless New Orleans. Introducing the Krewe of Jennifer Coolidge:


Krewe of @jennifercoolidge 💋

♬ Renaissance (Main Title Theme) [from “The White Lotus: Season 2”] – Cristobal Tapia De Veer

Turns out, I’m not the only one who prefers Mark Consuelos as Kelly Ripa’s co-host. Night Court predicted the whole thing just days before the announcement made it official.

Jeopardy! is considering changing what the game looks like on TV in a very small way. Prepare for the unhinged freakouts from the fans.

British actor Phil Davis has resigned from the BAFTAs after an “embarrassing” ceremony earlier this week. It had nothing to do with “ANGELA BASSETT DID THE THING” but you wouldn’t blame him if it did, right?

Recover quickly, Jean Smart! We need you!


  • Poker Face has been renewed for a second season on Peacock.
  • The Mole has been renewed for a second season on Netflix.
  • The Rig has been renewed for a second season on Prime Video.
  • From has likely been renewed for a third season on MGM+.

In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendars

  • The Oscars will air on ABC on March 12.
  • You returns on Netflix on March 9.
  • Daisy Jones & the Six debuts on Hulu on March 3.
  • Lucky Hank premieres on AMC on March 19.
  • Extrapolations will debut on Apple TV+ on March 17.
  • Rabbit Hole will premiere on Paramount+ on March 26.
  • Unprisoned premieres on Hulu on March 10.
  • Waco: American Apocalypse will debut on Netflix on March 22.
  • Digman! will premiere on Comedy Central on March 22.
  • Name is Mo’Nique will premiere on Netflix on April 4.
  • MH370: The Flight That Disappeared will premiere on Netflix on March 8.
  • Superman & Lois returns on The CW on March 14.
  • Living with Chucky will premiere on Screambox on April 4.
  • Mean Girl Murders will premiere on ID on March 13.
  • The Low Tone Club is now streaming on Disney+.
  • Pluto will debut on Netflix in 2023.


Steven Felder, Producer on CSI, and in various crew positions on Miami Vice, FBI: Most Wanted, Reversal of Fortune and many others

John Motson, BBC football commentator

Dylan Lyons, Florida TV journalist who was shot and killed by the shooter whose crime he was reporting on

Stanley Wilson Jr., Former Detroit Lions cornerback

Duangphet Phromthep, Captain of the Thai boys soccer team that had been trapped in the cave


Station 19: Winter premiere. 7 p.m., ABC

Grey’s Anatomy: It’s Meredith’s last day at Grey Sloan in the winter premiere. 8 p.m., ABC

Bel-Air: Season two premiere. Peacock

Outer Banks: Season three. Netflix

Mayfair Witches: Season finale. AMC+ (Airs on AMC on Sunday)

Note: In Houston, Law & Order will be pre-empted for a Rodeo special. Whaddya gonna do? (Watch Law & Order on Peacock, I guess.)

Late Night:

  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Hank Azaria, Isabel Wilkerson, Depeche Mode
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Anthony Mackie, Chris Distefano, Gracie Abrams
  • Watch What Happens Live: Milo Ventimiglia, Alan Cumming
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CBS Young Sheldon
So Help Me Todd
CSI: Vegas
CW Walker
Walker: Independence
FOX Next Level Chef
Animal Control
Call Me Kat
NBC Law & Order
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: Organized Crime

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