Fox News’ lies continue to bite them in the ass

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Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News

Drew Barrymore has been removed as the host of the National Book Awards for being a scab.

Now the New York City pension fund and the state of Oregon are suing Fox News for spreading lies about the 2020 election and exposing themselves to expensive lawsuits, and thereby devaluing themselves. I mean, on the one hand, don’t invest in companies whose entire business plan is to sow discord and divide the American people, but on the other hand: LOL, KEEP IT COMING.

Don’t say TV isn’t educational.

Speaking of Stranger Things, the creators and actors keep talking up season five, and I know they have to keep up interest, especially during this strike hiatus, but until they start filming, I don’t want to hear anything about it, guys.

Here’s former Dancing with the Stars professional Shana Burgess talking shit about the show and how they treated her.

John Oliver got himself fired from his first TV job for the most John Oliver reason possible.

Hey, Fellow Olds: Here’s who won last night’s MTV VMAs.

A lot of the original Buffy cast are reuniting for a Spike-centered, audio-only story: Slayers: A Buffyverse Story.

This is for my ABC soaps people: Kassie De Paiva returns on General Hospital on Friday, and we know who she is going to play (and it’s pretty delicious).

Get better soon, Steven Tyler.

This has nothing to do with TV, but that idiot Lauren Boebert got kicked out of a touring production of Beetlejuice in Denver for vaping, being loud, and taking photos and videos. She pulled a “DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM?” because she’s trash. Least surprising story ever.



  • BBQ Brawl has been renewed for a fifth season on Food Network.
  • 007’s Road to a Million appears to have been renewed by Prime Video for a second season ahead of the first season premiere.

In Development

Casting News

  • Dancing with the Stars has announced its contestants and partnerships:
    Supermodel Tyson Beckford with partner Jenna Johnson; Actress Xochitl Gomez (Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness) with partner Val Chmerkovskiy; Actress Alyson Hannigan (American Pie) with partner Sasha Farber; Reality TV star Harry Jowsey (Too Hot to Handle) with partner Rylee Arnold; Charity Lawson (The Bachelorette) with partner Artem Chigvintsev; Ariana Madix (Vanderpump Rules) with partner Pasha Pashkov; Grammy winner Jason Mraz with partner Daniella Karagach; NFL All-Star Adrian Peterson with partner Britt Stewart; Social media star Lele Pons with partner Brandon Armstrong; Mira Sorvino (Shining Vale) with partner Gleb Savchenko; Jamie Lynn Spears with partner Alan Bersten; Real estate mogul Mauricio Umansky with partner Emma Slater; Actor Matt Walsh (Veep) with partner Koko Iwasaki; Actor Barry Williams (The Brady Bunch) with partner Peta Murgatroyd 

I have lots of comments on this but let me begin with HOW DARE THEY SAY ALYSON HANNIGAN IS FROM AMERICAN PIE OVER BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER! I mean even How I Met Your Mother would have been a better credit than AMERICAN PIE! I MEAN REALLY.

Second, I find it fascinating which celebrities aren’t identified by their particular area of celebrity. I guess we all know what realms of entertainment Ariana Madix, Mira Sorvino, Jamie Lynn Spears, and Charity Lawson are in?

Finally, identifying Mauricio Umansky as a “real estate mogul” instead of “reality TV star” despite being on TWO reality shows, is a choice.

Mark Your Calendars

  • For All Mankind will return on Apple TV+ on November 10.
  • Found premieres on NBC on October 3.
  • Shining Vale returns on Starz on October 13.
  • Pet Sematary: Bloodlines debuts on Paramount+ on October 6.
  • Totally Killer will premiere on Prime Video on October 6.
  • Encounters debuts on Netflix on September 27.
  • Young Love will premiere on Max on September 21.
  • The Kardashians returns on Hulu on September 28.
  • 90 Day Fiance returns on TLC on October 8.
  • Winter House returns on Bravo on October 24.
  • Elevator Game debuts on Shudder and AMC+ on September 15.
  • Launchpad returns on Disney+ on September 29.
  • The Challenge: Battle for a New Champion will premiere on MTV on October 25.
  • Life in Six Strings with Kylie Olsson debuts on AXS TV on October 2.


Jean Boht, British actress, star of Bread

Brandon Hunter, Former NBA player

Charlie Newling, Former Bachelorette Australia contestant


The Morning Show: Season three. Apple TV+

The Other Black Girl: Nella, the only Black woman at a publishing house is thrilled when another woman of color is hired, only to discover something sinister is going on at her company. Series premiere. Hulu

Donyale Luna: Supermodel: The life of Donyale Luna, one of the first Black supermodels. 8 p.m., HBO

Elemental: Streaming premiere. Disney+

WEDS. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Conners
The Conners
The Conners
The Conners
The Rookie
CBS Big Brother
So Help Me Todd
CW The Swarm
Penn and Teller: Fool Us


FOX MasterChef
NBC America’s Got Talent
Night Court
Night Court
Chicago P.D.

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