Joe Jonas shouldn’t have messed with the Queen of the North



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Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News

Update on yesterday’s big story about Jimmy Fallon:

1. He’s REALLY SORRY, you guys.

“It’s embarrassing and I feel so bad. Sorry if I embarrassed you and your family and friends,” Fallon said during a Zoom meeting with “Tonight” employees, Variety has learned. “I feel so bad I can’t even tell you.” He told the assemblage during the meeting, which was said to be brief: “I want this show to be fun, it should be inclusive for everybody, it should be funny, it should be the best show, the best people.”

2. Jerry Seinfeld says the whole cue card guy story in which he admonished Fallon to apologize to a crew member after being snippy with him was blown out of proportion.

“This is so stupid. I remember this moment quite well … I teased Jimmy about a flub, and we all had a fun laugh about how rarely Jimmy is thrown off,” Seinfeld said. “It was not uncomfortable at all. Jimmy and I still occasionally recall it and laugh. Idiotic twisting of events.”


Here are the shows that Roku just pulled: mostly it’s a lot of the Quibi content, as far as I can tell.

The Chrisleys had some years shaved off their prison sentences.

So the Sophie Turner/Joe Jonas divorce discourse is not going how Joe Jonas expected. A VERY quick recap of what has gone down so far:

1. Last Friday someone (Jonas) leaked to TMZ that he was seeking out divorce attorneys to divorce Sophie Turner after four years of marriage and that he has been “caring for their 2 young children ‘pretty much all of the time,’ even as his band was touring. We’re told Joe currently has both kids, as the group plays around the U.S.” What TMZ neglected to mention is that Turner has been in the U.K., filming a new TV series, Joan, and that men are perfectly capable of parenting their children, too. 

2. The pair put out a joint statement announcing their amicable divorce, and asking for privacy for their children.

3. TMZ starts reporting that Turner was partying too much, that Jonas caught her saying or doing SOMETHING on a Ring camera, and then photographs him being a perfect dad with his two daughters at brunch, throwing the whole “privacy for the kids” thing right out the fucking window in an attempt to paint himself as a super dad.

Fortunately, people are seeing through Jonas’ hyper-aggressive and misogynistic P.R. push, and wondering what the hell did he do? Because clearly he did something terrible to be attacking the mother of his children so viciously through the press, in a clear attempt to diminish whatever it is that is about to come out about him, right?

Anyway, people aren’t falling for it, and that’s the one bright spot here:


we made fun of gwyneth’s conscious uncoupling, but!!! #parody #pr

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Anyway, Joan, the show that Sophie Turner was filming when all this shit went down sounds pretty strong. So I’m pretty sure our Queen will get the last laugh when all is said and done.

But finally, this is the single best headline about all of this mess. TMZ, you’ve outdone yourselves. Bravo.

Some things I missed last week:

The Great British Bake Off is forgoing its national-themed weeks which is for the best after this happened:

Erica Mena was fired from Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta after calling co-star Spice a slur.

A crewmember on The Winchesters is suing the show’s producers after he was struck by lightning during a shoot.

According to its creator, The Last Of Us, season two, is all outlined out and ready to go just as soon as this strike ends already.


  • Fauda has been renewed for a fifth season on the Israeli network Yes.

Casting News

Mark Your Calendar

  • Monarch: Legacy of Monsters will debut on Apple TV+ on November 17.
  • All the Light We Cannot See will debut on Netflix on November 20.
  • Monsieur Spade will debut on AMC soon.
  • Quiz Lady will debut on Hulu on November 3.
  • House of Villains will premiere on E! on October 12.
  • CBS will celebrate NCIS Day on September 25.
  • Spy Kids: Armageddon will debut on Netflix on September 22.
  • Sam Jay: Salute Me or Shoot Me will premiere on HBO on September 23.
  • Silver Dollar Road will premiere on Prime Video on October 20.
  • NYAD will debut on Netflix on November 3.
  • The Syd + TP Show will debut on The Maximum Effort Channel on September 18.
  • Mr. Dressup: The Magic of Make-Believe will debut on Prime Video on October 10.
  • Creature will debut on Netflix on October 20.


Jake Bloom, Entertainment attorney and founding partner of Bloom, Hergott LLP, the largest entertainment firm in the country



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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds: To celebrate Star Trek Day, Paramount is making the first two episodes of Strange New Worlds available on CBS.  7 p.m., CBS


Minority Report: Hey — do you remember the first time you saw this and the part where the ads specifically tailored to Tom Cruise’s character follow him around and how crazy that seemed at the time? Yeah. 7:30 p.m., Showtime Showcase West

Can’t Hardly Wait: A perfect bubble of late 90s-ness. 8 p.m., More Max


The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon: Daryl Dixon washes ashore in France and has no idea how he got there in this new spinoff of The Walking Dead. Series premiere. 8 p.m., AMC

Dreaming Whilst Black: A filmmaker feels trapped in his job when he’s given the opportunity of a lifetime — but will he take it? Series premiere. 8 p.m., Showtime

The Masked Singer: Celebrating the 10th season with a special visit from Masked Singer alumni. Season premiere. 7 p.m., Fox

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