Stephen Colbert hosts ‘The Late Show’ from home like it’s 2020 all over again

Dog Math is real and irrefutable.


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Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News

Stephen Colbert had to host The Late Show last night from home having tested positive for COVID. Fun times. But also, why is he doing this from a podcast mic? Did they just get rid of his whole at-home set-up from 2020? Because that seems premature right about now.

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce’s appearances on SNL were a surprise to SNL, too.

Roy Wood Jr. says he might still be considered to be the host of The Daily Show, even though he just quit.

Meanwhile, Jordan Klepper is back at the rallies:

The creators of Frasier have revealed why Niles is not in the reboot: Is it because David Hyde Pierce has self-respect?

I’m not sure that I highly recommend the new Hulu documentary, Monster Inside: America’s Most Extreme Haunted House it’s not for everyone, and I do worry that it will only introduce a man the filmmakers clearly think is a psychopath to new victims. That said, it is interesting if incredibly disturbing, and if you do watch it, I also recommend you check out the Netflix series Dark Tourist, episode eight, in which David Farrier interviews Russ McKamey just to get another look at this lunatic.

Women made up 50 percent of reality show participants and contestants which — yay, parity — but only 43 percent of characters on drama and comedy series. HMM …

This is an argument that the era of Peak TV might really be over now that the studios are steering away from limited series, and more towards more traditional multi-season series. I hadn’t really associated Peak TV with limited series before, but I suppose the rise of limited and anthology series, allowed for bigger named talent and larger budgets, and it does make a certain sense.

MSNBC is pushing back against a claim they pulled their Muslim anchors in the wake of the Israeli conflict.

Little Cricket mystery solved.

Tough day to be on Justin Timberlake’s P.R. team.

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Casting News

Mark Your Calendars

  • American Horror Stories returns on Hulu on October 26.
  • Colin from Accounts will debut on Paramount+ on November 9.
  • Maxine’s Baby: The Tyler Perry Story premieres on Prime Video on November 17.
  • A Nearly Normal Family will premiere on Netflix on November 24.
  • The Santa Clauses returns on Netflix on November 8.
  • You’re Not Supposed to Be Here will debut on Lifetime on November 4.
  • The Netflix Cup will stream on Netflix on November 14.


Lara Parker, Dark Shadows actress

Joanna Merlin, Broadway actress who also played Law & Order: SVU‘s Judge Lena Petrovsky for dozens of episodes


The Devil on Trial: This documentary explores the notorious case of alleged possession that led to a murder that was explored in one of the Conjuring films. Premiere. Netflix

Frasier: CBS offers a taste of the new Paramount+ reboot of the classic sitcom. 7 p.m., CBS

Celebrity Squares: It’s ‘Hollywood Squares’ but in the 21st century. Series premiere. 7 p.m., VH1

The Witch: DOST THOU WISH TO LIVE DELICIOUSLY? 7:24 p.m., Outer Max

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Jared Freid
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers: Josh Gad, Ayesha Nurdjaja, Fred Armisen & Jacquelene Acevedo
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Rachel Maddow, Caroline Polachek
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Simu Liu, Myke Towers
  • Watch What Happens Live: Heather McMahan, Monica Garcia

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Press Your Luck
CBS Big Brother
FBI True
CW Inside the NFL
The Swarm
FOX Name That Tune
9-1-1: Lone Star
NBC The Voice

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