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Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
Because it’s a holiday and because I’m doing other things, and because I want to give everyone a chance to watch the finales if they didn’t last night, I’m going to hold off on the Succession and Barry discussion until tomorrow. Cool? Cool.
House of the Dragon season two will have two fewer episodes than season one for storytelling reasons. Namely, they don’t have to establish a bunch of backstory — they can just dive right into it.
Accordign to Francesa Orsi:
“There was some question about the narrative shape of season two. We were developing it with Ryan Condal and [EP] Sara Hess, and we realized that we were sort of treading water narratively in the middle of the season. So it just felt much more rigorous, more urgent emotional arc for our characters if we compressed the season. And then that also dictated how we would kick off season three.”
Mike White seems open to the idea of a White Lotus “all-star” season. YES PLEASE. And BRING BACK TANYA.
Ahead of the Paramount+ with Showtime rebrand, they are offering a deal on the Paramount+ with Showtime bundle for $5.99 a month for three months — but only if you act fast.
Kelly Clarkson is moving her show to New York City to be closer to family, in case you were wondering. (But what about all her crew and employees who will have to move away from their families?)
Seinfeld‘s “Man-hands” was based on the wife of one of the writers (and the executive producer of Veep), David Mandel. He calls it a “Shakespeare sonnet” to his wife. I’m sure she disagrees.
So, I know some people really enjoyed the #Yellowjackets finale… and some people… did not (is getting death threats a showrunner right of passage? Because i can live without that one!) But I would love to take a moment to thank everyone who came on this ride with us 💛🖤💛🖤 🧵
— Ashley Lyle (@ashannlyle) May 27, 2023
- The Witcher has been renewed for a fifth season on Netflix.
Mark Your Calendar
- Magic Mike’s Last Dance debuts on Max on June 2.
- The Real Housewives of New York City returns on Bravo on July 16.
— Bravo (@BravoTV) May 26, 2023
- Bloodhounds will debut on Netflix on June 9.
- Record of Ragnarok II returns on Netflix on July 12.
Follow the story of 13 one-on-one matches between representatives of gods and humans from across the entire world, for the survival of humanity. Record of Ragnarok II, episodes 11 to 15 hit Netflix July 12th! pic.twitter.com/23AnCPaAMG
— Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) May 26, 2023
- Ghost Files returns on YouTube on August 25.
- Hoffman Family Gold returns on Discovery on June 16.
- Citadel: Diana will premiere on Prime Video in 2024.
George Maharis, Star of Route 66 and Fantasy Island
Marlene Clark, Actress known for her role on Sanford & Son, and in several other TV shows and films
Gary Kent, Actor, stuntman, and director thought to be the inspiration for Brad Pitt’s character in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Nicholas Gray, Founder of iconic Manhattan hot dog stand, Gray’s Papaya
American Ninja Warrior: Female contestants compete across two courses in what I guess is the season premiere, even if they aren’t exactly calling it that. 7 pm., NBC
The Rising: In this British series, a young woman discovers to her irritation that she’s dead, and uses her newfound supernatural powers to investigate her murder. Series premiere. 7 p.m., The CW
Barons: This Australian surfer drama is loosely based on the true story of the creation of the Billabong and Quicksilver brands, as groups surfers turned their personal rivalries into competing surfwear companies. Series premiere. 8 p.m., The CW
Reality: Sydney Sweeny stars in this film about the improbably named Reality Winner, a former Air Force intelligence specialist who leaked a report about Russia interfering in the 2016 election and got herself arrested for revealing the truth. Premiere. 9 p.m., HBO
America’s Hidden Stories: Martin Scorcese’s upcoming film, Killers of the Flower Moon, won’t premiere on Apple TV+ until October. Until then, you can learn more about the subject of the series 7 p.m., Smithsonian
The Curious Case of Natalia Grace: If you, like me, can’t help but love the terrible and completely UNHINGED Orphan movies, this is a look into the very weird true story behind the woman who inspired them. Premiere. Max
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