THERE IS A MAN. HERE IN HOUSTON. WHO WALKS AROUND WITH AN OTTER IN HIS SHIRT. HOW DO I GET THIS JOB, DAMMIT.
Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
The Mandalorian returns today, but don’t look for Cara Dune won’t be. While Cara Dune is still alive in the Star Wars universe, Gina Carano and her disgusting thoughts on the Holocaust and transpeople are no longer welcome, thankyouverymuch.
Jon Favreau has offered an explanation of the timeline of The Mandalorian: So the events in seasons one and two take place five years after the events of Return of the Jedi (which I guess we already knew, but I think I’d forgotten). The events in seasons one and two took place “over many years” according to Favreau. And now two years have passed since the end of season two and the events in episodes 6 and 7 of The Book of Boba Fett. Confusing? Maybe!
Oh, and apparently, you should watch The Book of Boba Fett to make sense of season three of The Mandalorian. I mean, you don’t have to, there are plenty of spoilers out there that can explain what happened, but it feels like they are supposed to be of a piece. (Here’s someone unhappy about this turn of events, and the whole crossover trend in general. I don’t disagree.)
I have not yet watched last night’s La Brea finale — in fact, I am a solid five episodes behind BUT WHATEVER. But if you have, here’s an interview with David Applebaum, the showrunner, about what you just watched. Spoilers galore, obviously.
Misha Collins referred to his role on Gotham Knights as “the role of a lifetime” and I am BEGGING my Supernatural fans out there to BE COOL. IT WILL BE OK.
Selena Gomez opened up about losing touch with her Wizards of Waverly Place co-stars on the “Wizards of Waverly Pod” podcast, because she was ashamed of her mental health struggles.
Hey, here’s something new and surprising: racists are mad that Tinkerbell is Black in the new live-action Peter Pan movie coming out in April. (See trailer below.)
A whole bunch of Elvis movies are available to stream on HBO Max as of today, and just in time for Oscar voting.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert imagines Disney World under Ron DeSantis’ control and it’s … ~chef’s kiss~:
— The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) March 1, 2023
Congratulations to Jon Hamm and Anna Osceola. The two met when filming the finale of Mad Men, and completely coincidentally, I am sure, Hamm broke up with his long-time partner Jennifer Westfeldt about a month later. Ahem. According to People Magazine, Hamm and Osceola have only been dating for three years, but come on. We’re all adults here. ANYWAY, like I said, congratulations to the happy couple.
- Dune: The Sisterhood at HBO Max has encountered a huge setback in that it has lost its director, Johan Renck, and one of its leads, Shirley Henderson. This is after one of the co-creators of the series had already left. Let’s hope this is truly about creative differences and not Warner Bros. Discovery being cheap bastards. Again.
- Netflix has ordered an untitled comedy starring Kristen Bell.
- Assume Nothing: A Story of Intimate Violence is being adapted into a limited series.
- The Last Frontier has been greenlit at Apple TV+.
- The Hill will be getting its own show on NewsNation.
- Kulipari will be moving to Hulu.
- Men Up, a drama about the creation of Viagra, is in the works at BBC.
- Get It Beauty is being adapted for American television.
- Blake Griffin and Ryan Kalil, the creators of Hello, Tomorrow! have signed a first-look deal for TV and film with Sony.
- Zachary Quinto will star in the medical drama pilot Wolf on NBC.
- Bebe Neuwirth will reprise her role as Lilith on the Frasier revival at Paramount+.
- Jenna Fischer has joined the Mean Girls musical film on Paramount+.
- William Martinez is joining Grey’s Anatomy on ABC.
- Alison Sweeney, Cameron Mathison, and Barbara Niven will star in Carrot Cake: A Hannah Swensen Mystery on Hallmark Channel.
- Lauren Tom has joined the cast of Interior Chinatown on Hulu.
- Malachi Kirby is joining A Thousand Blows on Disney+.
- Hong Chau has been cast in The Instigators on Apple TV+.
- Natalie Dormer will star in White Lies on South African network M-Net.
Mark Your Calendars
- Mrs. Davis will debut on Peacock on April 20.
- Fatal Attraction debuts on Paramount+ on April 30.
- Peter Pan & Wendy will premiere on Disney+ on April 28.
- Gotham Knights premieres on The CW on March 14.
- Up Here will debut on Hulu on March 24.
- Dead Ringers will debut on Prime Video on April 21.
- Sanditon returns on PBS on March 19.
- Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields will debut on Hulu on April 3.
- Barbie: Skipper and The Big Babysitting Adventure will premiere on Netflix on March 16.
- Seeking Brother Husband will premiere on TLC on March 26.
- Clock debuts on Hulu on April 28.
- How Do You Measure a Year? will debut on HBO in June.
- CNN News Central, CNN’s daytime block, will debut in April.
Ricou Browning, Actor best known for playing the Creature from the Black Lagoon
The Mandalorian: The Last of Us will air its finale soon, but Pedro Pascal will never leave us. Season three. Disney+
Survivor: Season 44 premiere. 7 p.m., CBS
Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test: The finalists endure an enemy interrogation in the season finale. 8 p.m., Fox
True Lies: Helen discovers that her husband Harry is an international spy in the series premiere. 9 p.m., CBS
Wreck: A 19-year-old joins the crew of a cruise ship as a means to search for his missing sister in this new dark comedy. Series premiere. Hulu
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Ice T, Stephanie Hsu, Adam Lambert
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Jim Gaffigan, Richard Kind, Atom Willard
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Michelle Yeoh, Riley Keough
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Ke Huy Quan, Sheryl Lee Ralph
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jon Favreau, Nicole Byer, Tove Lo
- The Daily Show: Guest host Hasan Minhaj
- Watch What Happens Live: Scheana Shay, Raquel Leviss
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