I hear ya, Vince.
Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
Before I get started, I just want to say that my heart is broken by what is happening in Israel and Gaza. I’m absolutely sick about the loss of life and the terror that the hostages and civilians in Gaza are facing, and for all the innocent lives that will be lost in the coming weeks/days/months. It’s all so terrifying and sickening and will only get much worse before it ever gets any better.
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) October 9, 2023
Bret Baier confirms that Monday's Fox News speaker event is officially off.
He then blames the leak to Jake Sherman for scuttling it, fuming about the "bizarre stories and weird reporting that I was going to be moderating a debate privately for the Republican caucus." pic.twitter.com/TTe5z0ApsB
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) October 6, 2023
The creators of The Boys and Gen V continue to be completely obsessed with penises. (Spoilers for Gen V abound in this link.)
Michele Fazekas (showrunner): When I came onto the show, I realized meeting Eric and Evan [Goldberg], straight dudes love penises. They love talking about them, looking at them.
Eric Kripke (executive producer): So funny. They’re endlessly funny. They’re the weirdest looking things. They’re just hilarious.
So I guess we can expect more dick-related shenanigans?
— Culture Crave 🍿 (@CultureCrave) October 9, 2023
Also, regarding episode 4’s ending:
— john (@hoodieboogy) October 6, 2023
Ridley Scott says his four-hour-long director’s cut of Napoleon will be available on Apple TV+. This is an interesting choice and makes sense as a way to make these extra-long versions of movies available. Speaking for myself, ain’t no way I’m sitting through a four-hour-long movie in the theaters, but at home where I can pause it to go to the bathroom or get snacks or come back to it on another day? Sounds great.
Great American Channel will be renamed itself Great American Faith & Living to emphasize its focus on faith-based programming.
Oh, they’re making a Squid Game slot machine. That doesn’t seem grimly on the nose at all.
Audience corrects interviewer who mispronounced Issa Rae’s name during their discussion at CultureCon. pic.twitter.com/COL7ioyevI
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) October 8, 2023
BET+ is offering a deal for three months for three dollars if you sign up through Prime Video.
— Charlie 👑🐀 (@CharlieDayQuote) October 7, 2023
- Vikings: Valhalla will end on Netflix with season three.
- Christoph Waltz has joined the Guillermo del Toro adaptation of Frankenstein on Netflix.
- Rachel Smith is the anchor of Entertainment Tonight Weekend.
Mark Your Calendar
- The Crown will return on Netflix on November 16.
- American Horror Stories returns on Hulu on October 26.
- Married to Medicine will return on Bravo on November 5.
- Lost Women of Highway 20 will premiere on ID on November 5.
- Feds premieres on ID on November 8.
- The Game That Changed Everything: Yankees vs. Red Sox ’04 ALCS will debut on FS1 on October 18.
- Creature premieres on Netflix on October 20.
- Ferry: The Series will premiere on Netflix on November 3.
- The Bad Guys: A Very Bad Holiday will debut on Netflix on November 30.
- Mr. Monk’s Last Case: A Monk Movie will premiere on Peacock on December 8.
- Crimefeed will premiere on ID on October 11.
Michael Chiarello, Former Food Network Star, who also appeared on Top Chef Masters
Shawna Trpcic, Emmy-nominated costume designer known for her work on the Star Wars series and on a number of Joss Whedon projects
Nick Wilkinson, ABC casting director
Terence Davies, British director of Distant Voices, Still Lives, The House of Mirth, A Quiet Passion, and The Deep Blue Sea among others
Alan Eisenberg, Longest-serving executive director of Actors’ Equity Association
Pulp Fiction: Look at the big brain on Brett! 7:45 p.m., HBO Zone West
Stranded with My Mother-in-Law: In this (I think) Brazilian game show, individuals are stranded on an island with their mothers-in-law to compete for a life-changing prize. BRILLIANT. BRING THIS TO THE STATES. Premiere. Netflix
The Silence of the Lambs: They follow it up with Hannibal, but that’s wholly unnecessary. 7 p.m., HBO
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Josh Gad, Andrew Rannells, Nate Bargatze, Ian Lara
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Amy Sedaris, Colin Quinn, Greg Clark Jr.
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Alex Newell
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Amy Poehler; Bert Kreischer; Wilco
- Watch What Happens Live: Jemele Hill, Capt. Sandy Yawn
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