I love them so much.
Kitten and fox kit being best buds…🐈🐾🦊☺️ pic.twitter.com/dOVHXhT6aA
— 𝕐o̴g̴ (@Yoda4ever) November 16, 2023
Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
After thirteen rewarding years, my journey with @Univision Noticias concluded yesterday.
It has been an absolute honor and privilege to be a part of this exceptional team of journalism professionals.
I depart with profound gratitude for my friends and colleagues at Univisión,…
— León Krauze (@LeonKrauze) November 16, 2023
The Washington Post reported earlier this week that Univision declined to run ads for Biden’s campaign that had been purchased to run during the interview in swing states, and canceled an interview with “Biden’s Hispanic media director, Maca Casado, to respond to the Trump interview after it aired on the network’s late news broadcast.” So.
David Zaslav manages to admit that the writers were right about “almost everything” while simultaneously claiming that the studios are overpaying them, while at the same time suggesting that it’s worth it. It’s hard to figure out which part of this is the worst, honestly:
“They are right about almost everything,” Zaslav brazenly admitted. “So what if we overpay? I’ve never regretted overpaying for great talent or a great asset.”
SO WHY DID THE STRIKE GO ON FOR SO LONG? Ugh. The worst. He’s the literal worst.
Yeah no fucking shit David https://t.co/TC0kPBpMb4
— ❰ ẋ ❱ (@ProjectENDO) November 15, 2023
Real talk it's so funny that he's suddenly turned a new leaf on this immediately after reports of government investigation into his tax write off money laundering like hmmmm what incited this I wonder https://t.co/zj8msAEpTP
— Somari Θ Δ 💙 (@somari8591) November 15, 2023
While I appreciate it, I can’t help but think of the lives that were hampered and even ruined by the fact that this deal could have taken one week to complete – and it could have happened last April. https://t.co/mHLbpFjEY7
— Ed Solomon (@ed_solomon) November 15, 2023
Aw, thanks bud. We all make mistakes. Mine don’t make thousands of people slowly go broke over the course of half a year, but it’s our differences that make this beautiful friendship work. https://t.co/DdUxHt8FX8
— Tim Saccardo (@TimSaccardo) November 15, 2023
It took 6 months and losing millions of dollars for this executive silver spoon fed man to say “oopsie.”
10/10 intelligence https://t.co/GIgUMquML1
— Gigi Dutreix (@GigiDutreix) November 15, 2023
fun fact: if you google “highest paid studio CEO”, David Zaslav is the first name to come up
just thought you should know that https://t.co/O0Z1deemzf
— JF the LOLZOR #CeasefireNOW (@jfthelolzor) November 15, 2023
He’ll delete this remark as a tax write off in an hour’s time https://t.co/9nW0grL6nY
— Tom Reagan’s Hat (@RufusTSuperfly) November 15, 2023
LOL, a Real Housewife of Salt Lake City lied about her son going on a mission to Columbia. He was actually hanging out in Orange County, California.
Grey’s Anatomy is back to work.
The Queen’s Gambit is being turned into a musical, with songs by Mitski.
- SEAL Team will end with season seven on Paramount+.
- Shadow and Bone has been canceled after two seasons on Netflix.
- Glamorous has been canceled after one season on Netflix.
- Agent Elvis has been canceled after one season on Netflix.
- Farzaar has been canceled after one season on Netflix.
- Captain Fall has been canceled after one season on Netflix.
- Back to Life has been canceled after two seasons on BBC and Showtime.
- What Drives You, hosted by John Cena, has been greenlit at Roku.
- Off Script with The Hollywood Reporter has been ordered at AMC.
- Six of Crows is no longer moving forward at Netflix. (See Leigh Bardugo’s statement above.)
- Jeffrey Donovan is not returning to Law & Order on NBC.
- Jimmy Kimmel will host the Oscars on ABC.
- Keke Palmer will host the Soul Train Awards on BET.
- Jon Hamm will star in the live-action adaptation of American Hostage.
Mark Your Calendars
- Percy Jackson and the Olympians debuts on Disney+ on December 20.
- Role Play will premiere on Prime Video on January 12.
- Such Brave Girls debuts on Hulu on December 15.
- Best. Christmas. Ever! debuts today on Netflix.
- What If…? returns on Disney+ on December 22.
- Full Swing will return on Netflix soon.
- South to Black Power premieres on HBO on November 28.
- Blindsided is streaming on Max today.
- Superchef Grudge Match will return on Food Network on December 26.
- The Sound of Music returns on ABC on December 17.
- I Can See Your Voice returns on Fox on January 3.
- America’s Got Talent: Fantasy League will premiere on NBC on January 1.
- PBS has announced their winter premieres.
- 9-1-1: Lone Star has been pushed back to the fall as a result of strike-related delays.
Roger Karl Kastel, Illustrator who created the iconic movie posters for Jaws and The Empire Strikes Back
The Crown: The sixth and final chapter of the royal family story. Netflix
Julia: Season two premiere. Max
Ghosts U.K.: Until the U.S. Ghosts can return in February, tide yourself over with the British show that inspired it. 8 p.m., CBS
The Golden Bachelor: It’s Fantasy Suite time and they’ve already threatened us with elderly sexytimes shenanigans. 7 p.m., ABC
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Jason Momoa, Elizabeth Debicki, Drew & Jonathan Scott, Thumpasaurus
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Chris Tucker, Clementine Moss
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Jonathan Karl, Maria Bamford
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Emma Stone, Nathan Fielder, Paul Mescal, Laufey
- The Daily Show: Guest host Leslie Jones
- Watch What Happens Live: Rachel Zegler, Tom Blyth
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|CW||Son of a Critch
|Children Ruin Everything
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|NBC||Law & Order