I would give this dog anything they wanted.
That look…🐶🐾🥺 pic.twitter.com/daCwQDswOT— 𝕐o̴g̴ (@Yoda4ever) October 29, 2023
If you’re feeling spooky, this is a reminder that you can stream the Exorcist TV series on Hulu. It remains the best Exorcist sequel out there.
Love is dead? Maybe?
A message from Pete 🙏 pic.twitter.com/ZReXGOCUQs— ATP Tour (@atptour) October 29, 2023
- Tribunal Justice has been renewed for a second season on Freevee.
- Poltergeist is officially being developed into a series at Prime Video. (It had been rumored for a while.)
- The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo is officially being developed into a series at Prime Video. (It also had been rumored for a while.)
- Nautilus has been picked up at AMC after being cut from Disney+.
- Mercy for None has been ordered at Netflix.
- Kelly Clarkson will host and perform on Christmas in Rockefeller Center on NBC.
- Timothée Chalamet will host Saturday Night Live on NBC on November 11 with musical guest Boygenius.
- Christine Romans is joining NBC News after leaving CNN.
- Grace Kuhlenschmidt has joined The Daily Show on Comedy Central.
- Jennifer Robertson will host The Great Canadian Pottery Throw Down on CBC, which Seth Rogan is executive producing and will guest judge.
Mark Your Calendar
- Albert Brooks: Defending My Life premieres on HBO on November 11.
- The Killer premieres on Netflix on November 10.
- Good Burger 2 debuts on Paramount+ on November 22.
- Now and Then – The Last Beatles Song debuts on Disney+ on November 1.
- Thriller 40 will debut on Paramount+ and MTV on December 2.
- Finestkind will debut on Paramount+ on December 15.
- My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 will begin streaming on Peacock on November 3.
- Black Girls Play premieres on ESPN on November 12.
- The Tailor returns on Netflix on November 3.
- Blue Eye Samurai debuts on Netflix on November 3.
- Replacing Chef Chico will debut on Netflix on November 24.
- Doi Boy debuts on Netflix on November 24.
- Peacock will be streaming content from BravoCon, beginning November 3.
- A Brief History of the Future will premiere on PBS on April 3.
- Barry Manilow’s A Very Barry Christmas will debut on NBC on December 11.
- Split Second returns on GSN on November 13.
Matthew Perry, Actor best known for his role as Chandler Bing on Friends, but also a very outspoken survivor of addiction who spent his life trying to help others. This is one that really hurts.
“We are shocked and deeply, deeply saddened by our beloved friend Matthew’s passing. It still seems impossible. All we can say is that we feel blessed to have had him as part of our lives,” said “Friends” co-creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane and executive producer Kevin Bright in a joint statement. “He was a brilliant talent. It’s a cliche to say that an actor makes a role their own, but in Matthew’s case, there are no truer words. From the day we first heard him embody the role of Chandler Bing, there was no one else for us. We will always cherish the joy, the light, the blinding intelligence he brought to every moment – not just to his work, but in life as well. He was always the funniest person in the room. More than that, he was the sweetest, with a giving and selfless heart.”
The “Friends” co-creators and EP concluded their statement by saying, “We send all of our love to his family and friends. This truly is The One Where Our Hearts Are Broken.”
I’m heartbroken about the untimely death of my “son”, Matthew Perry. The loss of such a brilliant young actor is a shock. I’m sending love & condolences to his friends & family, especially his dad, John Bennett Perry, who I worked with on Flamingo Road & Falcon Crest. #RIPMatthew pic.twitter.com/QWMsBVJEAr— Morgan Fairchild (@morgfair) October 29, 2023
I’m so very sad to hear about @MatthewPerry. He was lovely to me on Friends and every time I saw him in the decades after. Please read his book. It was his legacy to help. He won’t rest in peace though.. He’s already too busy making everyone laugh up there.— paget brewster (@pagetpaget) October 29, 2023
Max has added a Matthew Perry tribute card to the beginning of each season of “Friends” on the streaming platform. pic.twitter.com/qFOMi1rkXg— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) October 30, 2023
We are devastated to learn of Matthew Perry’s passing. He was a true gift to us all. Our heart goes out to his family, loved ones, and all of his fans. pic.twitter.com/sAGMLmu5ki— Warner Bros. TV (@warnerbrostv) October 29, 2023
We are incredibly saddened by the too soon passing of Matthew Perry. He brought so much joy to hundreds of millions of people around the world with his pitch perfect comedic timing and wry wit. His legacy will live on through countless generations. pic.twitter.com/VcAlZ26Nso— NBC Entertainment (@nbc) October 29, 2023
Living with addiction is such a lonely road that has nothing to do with self control. Matthew was able to connect with others when he selflessly shared his own story.— Lynda Carter (@RealLyndaCarter) October 30, 2023
One thing right now is clear: he made people’s lives better in so many ways, and not just on television. pic.twitter.com/yNct2aKzBw
Matthew Perry’s passing is shocking and saddening. I’ll never forget the schoolyard games we used to play, and I know people around the world are never going to forget the joy he brought them. Thanks for all the laughs, Matthew. You were loved – and you will be missed.— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) October 29, 2023
Oh no no no no no! Matty!— Meredith Salenger (@MeredthSalenger) October 29, 2023
Oh man. My heart breaks. Matty…
Matthew and I have known each other since were were 16 years old. Oh man. No words. Rest in peace sweet @MatthewPerry. 💔😔 pic.twitter.com/yDvKcyorR8
Instead of thinking about how Matthew Perry passed away alone, let’s think of it like this scene, with Chandler Bing’s iconic last line of Friends.— 𝐊𝐀𝐓𝐄 🌺 (@KatieMcElhoney) October 29, 2023
He was happy & he’d had some time for coffee and a catch up with his friends before he had to leave them💔#friends #matthewperry pic.twitter.com/IkWtEit1lA
Richard Moll, Actor who played Bull on Night Court
Charles Richard Moll 1943-2023— John B. Larroquette (@johnlarroquette) October 28, 2023
Larger than life and taller too.We first worked together on Mork and Mindy and then we spent nearly a decade helping Judge Harry Stone and the Night Court world come to life. My condolences and heart felt sympathy to his family and loved ones. pic.twitter.com/Pg2KIkk7Ng
Joan Evans, Actress in On the Loose, and Skirts Ahoy! among others. She was also Joan Crawford’s goddaughter
Anthony Holden, British Gossip columnist known as “The Most Reviled Man in Britain,” for his coverage of the royal family
Adam Johnson, Hockey player on the Nottingham Panthers
Steve Riley, Former drummer for L.A. Guns and W.A.S.P.
World Series Game 3: Still not ready to talk about it. 6 p.m., Fox
Hell House LLC Origins: The Carmichael Manor: This is the third sequel in the Hell House series, and I am hearing good things about this one, so, if it’s your thing … Shudder & AMC+
American Experience: The War on Disco: I lived through this and didn’t understand what was happening — disco was fun, vibrant, lively music, why would anyone hate it? And then I became an adult and learned about racism, homophobia, and misogyny. Premiere. 8 p.m., PBS
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Michael Shannon, Annaleigh Ashford, Jesus Trejo
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: David Duchovny, Reneé Rapp, Connor Denis
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Henry Winkler, Melissa Etheridge
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Sean “Diddy” Combs, Pete Holmes, Jessie Murph & Jelly Roll
- The Daily Show: Guest host Charlamagne Tha God
- Watch What Happens Live: Josh Gad, Andrew Rannells
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