GIVE HIM THE WINE.
Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
In honor of the Gen V season finale that will premiere (late) tonight, here are a bunch of Supernatural easter eggs sprinkled through The Boys and Gen V. And it’s more than just Jensen, Jim Beaver, Alexander Calvert, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan (eventually) being in the casts.
Today is the 20th anniversary of the premiere of possibly the greatest television sitcom of all time: Arrested Development, and, by extension, George Michael’s 33rd birthday. Sorry to age you.
There's a nasty rumour going around that #ArrestedDevelopment's pilot episode was broadcast 20 years ago today so I'd just like to clarify that I couldn't possibly be that old (Also, Michael Cera's older today than Jason Bateman was here). pic.twitter.com/WYEYcldctF
— Aidan Duffy (@rotatingfish) November 2, 2023
Here, The A.V. Club argues that everything that is great about the show happens in the first two-and-a-half minutes of the pilot episode.
And fans choose the 10 best episodes. I think number 2 should be number 1, but who am I to quibble with the people?
Best Arrested Development episode EVER!🤣 https://t.co/aW7Wr48rUj
— Marc is a Cargo #Fella (@marclivolsi) October 28, 2023
If we can get the actors and studios to get their shit together and make a deal, production on Knight of the Seven Kingdoms will begin early next year at HBO.
No word on a renewal for Our Flag Means Death just yet. Guess I need to get around to streaming season two already.
Disney will pay Comcast $8.61 billion to be the sole owner of Hulu. What this means for Hulu’s future? Unclear.
ARE THERE REALLY PEOPLE OUT THERE WHO WANT A SCHOOL SHOOTER EPISODE OF ABBOTT ELEMENTARY AND IF SO, WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOUR BRAIN? MY GOD.
A few more remembrances of Tyler Christopher of General Hospital:
This is crushing news. Tyler Christopher was a generous scene partner who was always respectful and wonderful on screen and off. I send my love to my @GeneralHospital family and to Tyler’s family for this tremendous loss. pic.twitter.com/HpsKmfAGZL
— Amber Tamblyn (@ambertamblyn) November 1, 2023
I consider Tyler a brother as well as a friend. It never mattered how much time would pass between us talking, we were immediately present and back where we left off. He loved deeply and had a great passion for life. (2/3) pic.twitter.com/MOfs6sbZ1U
— Jonathan Jackson (@JonathanJackson) November 1, 2023
Through all the trials Tyler continued to fight back against the darkness, and be a voice for mental health, compassion and goodness in the world.
I’m truly at a loss for words. Our love and prayers are with his family and children. He will always be with us. (3/3) pic.twitter.com/FGLKlWBI7F
— Jonathan Jackson (@JonathanJackson) November 1, 2023
— Mark Hamill (@MarkHamill) November 1, 2023
— Kin Shriner (@kinshriner) November 1, 2023
- Futurama has been renewed for two more seasons on Hulu.
- Euphoria has indeed been renewed for a third season on HBO.
- The Tiny Chef Show has been renewed for a second season on Nickelodeon.
- Letterkenny will end with season 12 on Hulu.
- The Jinx – Part Two is in development at HBO.
- 1944, another prequel series to Yellowstone, has been ordered at Paramount Network.
- Prison Break is being rebooted at Hulu.
- Second Chance Stage; Human vs Hamster; Back to the Frontier; and Roller Jam have been ordered at the Magnolia Network on Max.
- A Dance Moms reunion is coming to Lifetime.
- There is another John Wick universe TV series in the works.
- The Kino Film Collection is now available to stream on Prime Video for an additional subscription cost.
- The untitled Ana DuVernay drama starring Joshua Jackson and Lauren Ridloff, is no longer going forward at Starz.
- Comedian Taylor Tomlinson will be the host of CBS’s new late-late show, After Midnight. You can check out her stand-up in her two Netflix specials: Quarter-Life Crisis and Look At You.
- Kara Swisher, a tech reporter, is joining CNN.
- Ellen Travolta is returning to General Hospital on ABC.
Mark Your Calendars
- Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny premieres on Disney+ on December 1.
- Shōgun will debut on FX in February.
- Family Switch will debut on November 30.
- Genie premieres on Peacock on November 22.
- David Holmes: The Boy Who Lived will debut on HBO on November 15.
- Beyond the Battlefield debuts on History Channel on November 11.
- Below Surface debuts on Lifetime on November 19.
- The Bad Guys: A Very Bad Holiday premieres on Netflix on November 30.
- The Shepherd premieres on Disney+ on November 1.
- Bye Bye Barry premieres on Prime Video on November 21.
- Brawn: The Impossible Formula 1 Story premieres on Hulu on November 15.
- Dungeons and Dragons: Adventures, a new streaming channel, launches on Freevee on November 13.
- House of the Dragon is expected to return to HBO in early summer 2024; Curb Your Enthusiasm, Hacks, The Sex Lives of College Girls, Tokyo Vice, Pretty Little Liars: Summer School, The Regime, and My Brilliant Friend are scheduled for the first half of 2024; Dune: Prophecy is scheduled for fall 2024; The White Lotus has been pushed back to 2025, as has Welcome to Derry and The Last of Us.
- Yellowstone‘s final season will debut on Paramount Network in November 2024; the Matthew McConaughey sequel series, 2024, will debut immediately after Yellowstone concludes.
- The Family Plan debuts on Apple TV+ on December 15.
- Life & Beth returns on Hulu on February 16.
- Masters of Illusion and World’s Funniest Animals will now debut on Monday, November 6 on The CW.
- The Old Man and the Pool will premiere on Netflix on November 21.
- Freeform’s “25 Days of Christmas” lineup has been announced.
- Hulu has announced their “HULUDays” schedule.
- All episodes of Dawson’s Creek are availale to stream on The CW’s app.
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All the Light We Cannot See: A blind French girl and a German soldier’s paths collide in World War II in this epic limited series. Netflix
Buddy Games: Season finale. 7 p.m., CBS
The Golden Bachelor: IT’S THE DREADED HOMETOWNS. 7 p.m., ABC
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Sheryl Crow, Cailee Spaeny
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: James Austin Johnson, Connor Denis
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Pete Buttigieg, Willie Nelson
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Mariah Carey, Alex Edelman, Allison Russell
- The Daily Show: Guest host Charlamagne Tha God
- Watch What Happens Live: Austen Kroll, Alex Cooper
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