Now that the strikes are over, Warner Bros. is getting back to business: by tossing another completed film



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Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News

Now that the strike is over, everyone is planning to get back to work just as soon as we get past Thanksgiving. Deadline has a list of shows returning to production soon, if you’re interested. The rule of thumb for TV production is that it takes three months to be written, shot, and edited. Since the writers have mostly been back since last month, if they start filming in early November/early December, we could see some of these shows back by February. But expect your favorite shows’ seasons to be much shorter: series that might typically have 22 episodes are more likely to only have 10-13 episodes.

Thanks to the end of the actors’ strike, The Daytime Emmys finally have a date after a six-month delay: December 15th on CBS.

Coyote vs. Acme, a completed $70 million live-action/animation hybrid film co-written by James Gunn, starring Will Forte, John Cena, and Lana Condor, that was being compared to Who Framed Roger Rabbit? and had tested off the charts, is the latest movie that has been killed by David Zaslav for a tax break. So I guess they’re not done with pulling that bullshit. But seriously: why would anyone want to work with Warner Bros. Discovery moving forward? Why would you trust them?

This is why Zaslav keeps doing this. TL;DR: His bonus depends on it.

CNN says they have cut ties with Hassan Eslaiah, a freelance photojournalist based in Gaza who has ties to Hamas.

Crystal Kung Minkoff has revealed that the rudest Real Housewives are the New Yorkers. That checks out.

No, The Rock should not run for President, why do we keep having to have this conversation?


In Development

Casting News

  • Manish Dayal is joining The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon on AMC.
  • Nicola Coughlan will appear in a future Doctor Who Christmas special for BBC and Disney+.

Mark Your Calendar

  • Avatar: The Last Airbender debuts on Netflix on February 22.
  • The Pike County Murders: A Family Massacre will premiere on Oxygen on November 25.
  • Hush will return on ALLBLK on December 7.
  • The Secret Life of Dancing Dogs debuts on Hulu on November 17.
  • American Symphony will premiere on Netflix on November 29.
  • Matt Rife: Natural Selection debuts on Netflix on November 15.
  • Kitchen Commando premieres on Tubi on November 11.
  • Liberty or Death: Boston Tea Party will debut on Fox Nation on November 19.
  • Jurassic World: Chaos Theory will premiere on Netflix in 2024.
  • The Archies will debut on Netflix on December 7.
  • Sweet Home will return on Netflix on December 1.
  • Analog Squad will debut on Netflix on December 7.
  • Ultraman: Rising will debut on Netflix in 2024.
  • The Netflix Cup streams on Netflix on November 14.
  • Dew Drop Diaries returns on Netflix on December 4.


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The Curse: Nathan Fielder and Emma Stone star in this dark new dramedy as a couple who co-host a home improvement show, and have a curse placed on them by an angry child. Series premiere. (It will also debut on Showtime on Sunday.)  Paramount+ with Showtime

The Killer: Michael Fassbender stars in this new David Fincher film as an international assassin who turns against his bosses. And this is great and all, but isn’t it time to get back to Mindhunter, David? Premiere. Netflix

007: Road to a Million: Brian Cox hosts this new adventure competition in which nine pairs of people face James Bond-inspired challenges. Series premiere. Prime Video

For All Mankind: Season four premiere. Apple TV+

After the Blast: The Will to Survive: Bob Woodruff returns to Iraq to visit the site where a roadside bomb nearly took his life in this ABC News special. 7 p.m., ABC


Saturday Night Live: Timothee Chalamet and Boygenius 10:30 p.m., NBC

Albert Brooks: Defending My Life: A documentary about the genius comedic filmmaker Albert Brooks. He’s probably best known for Defending Your Life, but you should really check out Real Life, which predicted our reality TV moment. Premiere. 7 p.m., HBO

The Silence: In this British mystery drama, a deaf teenager’s life is changed after she receives a cochlear implant and witnesses a murder. Series premiere. 6 p.m., Ovation


Beacon 23: Lena Headey and Stephan James star in this sci-fi drama about a man who lives in a 23rd-century space lighthouse. Series premiere. MGM+

The Circus: Election Day is now behind us, so it’s time for the season finale. 6 p.m., Showtime

Being There: A simpleminded gardener becomes one of the world’s most powerful men in this Peter Sellers classic. 4:45 p.m., TCM

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Friday): Eric Idle, Rick Ross & Meek Mill

FRI. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC After the Blast: The Will To Survive
CBS Let’s Make a Deal Primetime
Raid the Cage
Blue Bloods
CW Penn & Teller: Fool Us
FBoy Island
FOX Friday Night Smackdown Local
NBC The Wall

SAT. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30
ABC College Football
CBS NWSL Soccer Championship
CW College Football
FOX College Football
NBC College Football
Saturday Night Live
(Timothée Chalamet & Boygenius)

SUN. 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC America’s Funniest Home Videos
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back America’s Funniest Home Videos
CBS 60 Minutes Yellowstone
The CW Local The Chosen
The Simpsons
Bob’s Burgers
Family Guy
NBC Sunday Night Football

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