Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith would like some more attention, please.

I need you to see this goat in a Muppet’s Animal Halloween costume it is my favorite thing today.

Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News

I guess the big news today is that Will Smith and Jada Pinkett have been living separately since 2016. SO WHY ALL THE DRAMA ALL THE TIME? JUST BE DIVORCED ALREADY. These people make me so tired.

Oh, and also according to Jada, Chris Rock asked her out on a date when he thought she and Will were getting divorced, which adds a whole other layer to The Slap, but again, enough, lady.

This is interesting: producers are now demanding that the AMPTP change its name (it stands for American Motion Picture and Television Producers) because the studios aren’t “producers” per se, and do not represent them. Good luck with that, guys.

TV scheduling is a dying art.

This Daily Show bit is 9 years old and somehow the most relevant thing today. Trust me and stay until the bitter end.


The Daily Show – We Need to Talk About Palestine/Israel (from 9 years ago) #palestine #freepalestine #zionisisrael #ukraine #johnstewart

♬ original sound – Mad Hatter – Mad Hatter


Patrick Stewart originally auditioned for Jean-Luc Picard while wearing a hairpiece, which is just hilarious and delightful to me. According to his new memoir, after his audition, some executives stopped by his dressing room to thank him for his time — and, according to his hair stylist — to see what he looked like bald. And the rest is history.

Marvel is reportedly completely overhauling Daredevil: Born Again, because the footage that had been shot so far isn’t similar enough to the original Netflix series.

With Daredevil’s new direction, Marvel hopes to right the ship on a project with sky-high expectations. The show is Marvel’s first to feature a hero who already had a successful series on Netflix, running three seasons. But sources say that Corman and Ord crafted a legal procedural that did not resemble the Netflix version, known for its action and violence. Cox didn’t even show up in costume until the fourth episode. Marvel, after greenlighting the concept, found itself needing to rethink the original intention of the show.

Huh. If only there was someone from the original series around who could guide the show in the direction it had been going in originally.

If you’re sticking with the Walking Dead universe and are watching Daryl Dixon, here’s a little rant about the show not being consistent with the whole zombie variant thing.

If you have fond memories of the short-lived 2016 Fox The Exorcist series (seriously — it was quite good), I have some good news for you.

Raquel Leviss is selling that lightning bolt necklace for charity. You know the one.

Sending Barry Melrose good thoughts as he retires from ESPN after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s.

Get well soon, Mary Lou Retton.


  • Transplant will end with the fourth season on NBC and CTV.

In Development

Casting News

  • Sam Claflin will star in The Count of Monte Cristo, an eight-episode limited series.

Mark Your Calendars

  • Saturday Night Live returns on October 14.
  • Shoresy returns on Hulu on October 27.
  • The Insurrectionist Next Door will debut on HBO on October 15.
  • Robbie Williams will debut on Netflix on November 8.
  • Bosch: Legacy returns on Freevee on October 20.
  • Five Nights at Freddy’s will debut on Peacock on October 27.

  • Krishnas: Gurus. Karma. Murder. premieres on Peacock on October 24.
  • Dante’s Hotel will premiere on Tubi on October 13.
  • Kingdom Business will return on BET+ on November 2.
  • Belle Collective will return on OWN TV on November 10.


Jonathan Dolgen, Former chairman and CEO of Viacom


Archer: Archer and the gang try to stop killer drones in the series finale. 9 p.m., FXX

Big Vape: The Rise and Fall of Juul: This docuseries explores the rise of a vape company who lost it all in the pandemic. Series premiere. Netflix

Messi Meets America: Lionel Messi’s arrival to play in the MLS is told in this documentary. Premiere. Apple TV+

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Bailey Zimmerman
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers: Reba McEntire, Werner Herzog, Tom Odell, Greg Clark Jr.
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Melissa Villaseñor
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Sean Penn; Nicole Byer; Megan Moroney
  • Watch What Happens Live: Reba McEntire, Troye Sivan

WEDS. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC Celebrity Jeopardy!
Celebrity Wheel of Fortune
ABC News Special: Israel at War
CBS Survivor
The Amazing Race
CW Sullivan’s Crossing
The Spencer Sisters
FOX The Masked Singer
Snake Oil
NBC Quantum Leap
Magnum P.I.
Chicago Fire

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