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Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
Netflix has jacked up its prices again. Meanwhile, Ted Sarantos, head of Netflix, claims that their lack of transparency regarding how well streaming shows do is something the creators asked for, and not a way for the streamers to hide from the creators and actors how well a show was doing. OK.
I’m never going to stop talking about Love is Blind, apparently, but y’all: Lydia and Milton are not living together. They’re still a couple, but he’s in Long Beach getting his second Master’s Degree, and she stayed here in Houston for her job. HMM.
Good Morning America is leaving Times Square after being there since 1999; it’s the end of an era. Disney is moving from the Times Square building to a new 22-story building in Hudson Square, a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, between Soho and Tribeca. Hmm.
Apparently, the Warrior Nun movie trilogy that was planned will not involve series creator Simon Barry? What is going on over there?
This has nothing to do with television but Fun Fact: one of my dogs is named for a character in this movie.
The 2023 MTV Europe Music Awards in Paris has been canceled due to international volatility (read: Israeli-Hamas conflict).
Uh-oh, the Kraken has fallen. Former President Election Denier is in trouble.
- Gen V has been renewed for a second season on Prime Video, yay more Little Cricket!
Attention all God U students, Gen V is officially coming back for Season ✌️ pic.twitter.com/cyUuAPq97k
— GEN V (@genv) October 19, 2023
- Sweet Magnolias has been renewed for a fourth season on Netflix.
- Steph’s Packed Lunch has been canceled at the BBC.
- Lot No. 249, starring Freddie Fox and Kit Harington, will be the BBC’s annual Christmas ghost story.
Mark Your Calendars
- Faraway Downs premieres on Hulu on November 26.
- Kevin Hart & Chris Rock: Headliners Only debuts on Netflix on December 12.
- Sly will debut on Netflix on November 3.
- Rustin will debut on Netflix on November 17.
- Pretty Hard Cases returns on Freevee on November 19.
- Incredible Animal Journeys premieres on National Geographic on November 19.
- A Real Bug’s Life premieres on Disney+ on January 24.
- Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold debuts on National Geographic on February 4.
- Flashback will debut on Netflix on October 20.
I'm very excited to announce FLASHBACK which I wrote/directed for @netflix. It stars some of the loveliest people I know and is out THIS Friday, October 20th. Here is a little teaser. I can't wait for you guys to see it! #Flashback #FlashbackFriday pic.twitter.com/TYSRFcMvV5
— Jed (@Jedshepherd) October 18, 2023
- Ink Master returns on Paramount+ on November 1.
- Bad Romance: The Vicky White Story will premiere on Lifetime on October 21.
- Would You Kill For Me? The Mary Bailey Story will debut on Lifetime on October 28.
- Night Ranger: 40 Years and a Night Featuring Cleveland’s Contemporary Youth Orchestra debuts on AXS TV on October 21.
- Castaway Diva will premiere on Netflix on October 28.
- Delicious in Dungeon premieres on Netflix in January.
- The Queenstown Kings premieres on Netflix on November 17.
- Time returns on BBC One on October 29.
- JFK: One Day in America premieres on National Geographic on November 5; Genius: MLK/X on February 1; Science Fair: The Series on November 10; Photographer on March 18; Queens on March 9; Explorer: Lake of Fire on October 26; Cesar Millan: Better Human Better Dog on April 12; Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin returns on November 23; and Trafficked with Mariana Van Zeller returns on January 17.
- CBS has announced its holiday schedule.
Burt Young, Actor best known for his role in Rocky, but who also appeared in The Sopranos, The Rockford Files, Law & Order, Walker, Texas Ranger, All In The Family, M*A*S*H, Miami Vice, and movies including Chinatown, Back to School, The Pope of Greenwich Village, Once Upon a Time in America, and Last Exit to Brooklyn.
Stephen Emery, Producer
Dwight Twilley, Singer-songwriter
Astros at Rangers: LET’S GO ‘STROS! 7 p.m., Fox Sports 1
Wolf Like Me: Season two. Peacock
Bodies: In this new sci-fi/cop procedural/murder mystery/period drama, a body shows up in the same spot in four different eras, part of a sinister conspiracy that threatens the U.K. Series premiere. Netflix
Peter & the Wolf: This animated short of the classic piece is based on original illustrations by Bono. Premiere. Max
The Challenge: The final eight compete for the $500,000 prize. Season finale. 9 p.m., CBS
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Bad Bunny, Sam Heughan, Victoria Monét
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Christine and the Queens, Fred Armisen & Jacquelene Acevedo
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Keegan-Michael Key, Elle Key, Jon Batiste
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Snoop Dogg, Ms. Pat, October London
- The Daily Show: Guest host Michael Kosta
- Watch What Happens Live: Tiffany “New York” Pollard, Craig Conover
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|CW||Penn & Teller: Fool Us
|Whose Line Is It Anyway?
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|NBC||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit