Keep up the good fight, Gravy.
Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
First of all, me too, Greta Gerwig. Second of all, apparently, Ryan Gosling modeled Ken’s behavior on the Bachelorette contestants when the Bachelorette isn’t around and if that’s not the most accurate and amazing thing ever, what is?
After some internet bullying, it seems as though Warner Bros. has had a change of heart and is now shopping Coyote vs. Acme around to other distributors. Also, reportedly a bunch of filmmakers had their representatives cancel meetings at Warner Bros. upon hearing the news because why would anyone work with a distributor who might just trash your creative output for a tax break?
Dancing into the new year with my grandaughter Kiki ✡️ #shanatova
There were fewer guns on TV this year — but don’t get too excited and think Hollywood has evolved or anything, it’s because of the strikes.
The definitive oral history of the George Washington sketch on SNL. You know the one.
OH NO. I actually visited this site when we went to Ireland a few years ago, and these trees are just gorgeous. What a damn pity.
Good for Marlon Wayans and Kai. It shouldn’t be remarkable when a parent is supportive of their child, but, welp, here we are.
LOVE IS DEAD. (And that was fast.)
- Queer Eye has been renewed for a ninth season on Netflix.
- An epic drama about Hannibal starring Denzel Washington from Antoine Fuqua has been ordered at Netflix.
- Terminator: The Anime Series has been ordered at Netflix.
- Anthony Anderson and Mama Doris are the new hosts of We Are Family on Fox, replacing Jamie Foxx and his daughter Corinne.
- Bobby Berk is leaving Queer Eye on Netflix.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister, Elisa Raffa, and Hanako Montgomery are joining CNN.
Mark Your Calendar
CBS has announced the return dates for their series, now that the strikes are over:
- Tracker on February 11
- The Neighborhood: February 12
- Bob Hearts Abishola: February 12
- NCIS: February 12
- NCIS: Hawai’i: February 12
- FBI: February 13
- FBI: International: February 13
- FBI: Most Wanted: February 13
- Young Sheldon: February 15
- Ghosts: February 15
- So Help Me Todd: February 15
- S.W.A.T.: February 16
- Fire Country: February 16
- Blue Bloods: February 16
- 60 Minutes: February 18
- The Equalizer: February 18
- CSI: Vegas: February 18
- Survivor: February 28
- Elsbeth: February 29
- The Amazing Race: March 13
- 3 Body Problem will premiere on Netflix on March 21.
- Dead Boy Detectives is coming to Netflix soon.
- Rebel Moon – Part One: A Child of Fire will premiere on Netflix on December 22.
- Damsel will premiere on Netflix in 2024.
- The Witcher: Sirens of the Deep will premiere on Netflix in late 2024.
- Commitment to Life will premiere on Peacock on December 1.
- Selling Sunset’s Reunion will debut on Netflix on November 15.
- Exploding Kittens is coming to Netflix soon.
- Masters of the Universe: Revolution will premiere on Netflix on January 25.
- Yu Yu Hakusho will debut on Netflix on December 14.
- Blue Beetle will begin streaming on Max on November 17.
- Archie will premiere on Britbox on December 7.
- Merry Little Batman will debut on Prime Video on December 8.
- June will premiere on Paramount+ on January 16.
- Suzume will debut on Crunchyroll on November 16.
- Home Town returns on HGTV on January 7.
- Loving Elvis will debut on Peacock today.
- PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie will premiere on Paramount+ on November 14.
- Matlock and Poppa’s House have been moved to fall 2024 on CBS.
Robert Butler, Co-creator of Remington Steele, and director of the pilots of Batman, Star Trek, and Hill Street Blues
Lara Parker, Actress on Dark Shadows
Janet Landgard, Actress on The Donna Reed Show
Kevin Turen, Producer on Euphoria, The Idol, and films Arbitrage and X
John Bailey, Cinematographer on Ordinary People and The Big Chill and former president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Matan Meir, Crew member on the Israeli drama Fauda
We are devastated to share that one of our Fauda family members, Matan Meir, was killed in action in Gaza. Matan was an integral crew member. The cast and crew are heartbroken by this tragic loss. We extend our condolences to Matan’s family and friends. May his soul rest in peace pic.twitter.com/kuaJ2gclGk
— Fauda Official (@FaudaOfficial) November 11, 2023
Conny Van Dyke, Motown singer
D.J. Hayden, Former NFL player for the Raiders, Lions, Jaguars, and Washington
Maryanne Trump Barry, Former federal judge, and sister of Former President Dipshit
A Town Called Victoria: This documentary film explores the 2017 mosque burning in Victoria, Texas, and how the town was left to reflect on its racist past. 8 p.m., PBS
The Lady Bird Diaries: This new documentary about First Lady Lady Bird Johnson features hours of audio diaries she recorded following President Kennedy’s assassination and through the years of her husband’s administration. Premiere. Hulu
Blackberry: This satirical limited series (once feature film) follows the story of the rise and fall of my husband’s once favorite smartphone. 9 p.m., AMC; AMC+
Love Has Won: The Cult of Mother God: This three-part documentary follows the rise of Amy Carlson, a cult leader who called herself “Mother God” and who promised her followers salvation from this “3D” world via UFOs. Series premiere. 8 p.m., HBO
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Dwayne Johnson, Colman Domingo, Cat Power
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Barry Keoghan, Teddy Swims, Clementine Moss
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Barbra Streisand
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Paul Dano, Nick Offerman, Seth Rogen, 2 Chainz & Lil Wayne
- The Daily Show: Guest host Leslie Jones
- Watch What Happens Live: Luka Brunton, Lara Du Preez
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