This is a classic wait-until-the-end situation:
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Here’s A BUNCH OF TV News
Fox Sports NFL Kickoff host Charissa Thompson admitted on a podcast that she makes up sideline reports because, “The coach wouldn’t come out at halftime or it was too late.” This, understandably, has pissed off some other sports reporters who called her out for being unethical:
A good portion of the public doesn’t trust the media as is. I cannot believe she would proudly admit this. This causes significant harm to the people who actually take the job seriously. It’s entirely unethical and worthy of never working in the field again. https://t.co/c3s6ErFZOI
— Chris Kirschner (@ChrisKirschner) November 16, 2023
Young reporters: This is not normal or ethical. Coaches and players trust us with sensitive information, and if they know that you’re dishonest and don’t take your role seriously, you’ve lost all trust and credibility. https://t.co/yMnM1T995P
— Molly McGrath (@MollyAMcGrath) November 16, 2023
Charissa Thompson messed up on many levels.
1) Making up reports. Pretty self evident as to why.
2) I get it PMT is a relaxed environment, but revealing that was an odd choice
3) All the sideline reporters who do the job correctly look bad as a result.
— Andrew Marchand (@AndrewMarchand) November 16, 2023
This is absolutely not ok, not the norm and upsetting on so many levels. I take my job very seriously, I hold myself accountable for all I say, I build trust with coaches and never make something up. I know my fellow reporters do the same. https://t.co/sl0T7w32u9
— Tracy Wolfson (@tracywolfson) November 16, 2023
Thompson took to her Instagram Stories to apologize, saying, “Working in media I understand how important words are and I chose the wrong words to describe the situation,” she said, adding “I’m sorry. I have never lied about anything or been unethical during my time as a sports broadcaster.”
Ok, but this looks like a funeral for Phil?
Here’s Fox News wooing young voters:
McDowell: Pew Research found out 32% of Americans ages 18 to 29 get at least some news from tiktok. What an incredible advertisement for Gen-Z. Hey, we're not just egomaniacal and unmotivated and irretrievably stupid layabouts.. pic.twitter.com/A8LSb475RT
— Acyn (@Acyn) November 16, 2023
Apple is not messing around with you people. SECRECY AT ALL COSTS.
- Love Island USA has been renewed for two more seasons on Peacock.
- Harley Quinn has been renewed for a fifth season on Max.
- Unstable has been renewed for a second season on Netflix.
- The Devil’s Plan has been renewed for a second season on Netflix.
- Ride has been canceled after one season on the Hallmark Channel.
- English Teacher, a comedy created by and starring Brian Jordan Alvarez, has been ordered at FX.
- Tim Allen is threatening us with a reboot of Home Improvement.
- Kara Killmer is leaving Chicago Fire on NBC.
- Adrienne Warren will star in Dreamland on Peacock.
- Karen Gillan and Hugh Bonneville will star in Douglas Is Cancelled on ITVX.
- Amber Ruffin will host Countdown to Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC.
- Laura Coates will co-host CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute on CNN.
- Joe Dempsie and Francesca Annis are joining the cast of Showtrial on BBC.
Mark Your Calendar
ABC has released their midseason premiere dates:
- The Bachelor: January 22
— The Bachelor (@BachelorABC) November 17, 2023
- Untitled 20/20 limited true crime series: January 22
- The Conners: February 7
- Not Dead Yet: February 7
- Abbott Elementary: February 7
- Judge Steve Harvey: February 7
- American Idol: February 18
- What Would You Do?: February 18
- Will Trent: February 20
- The Rookie: February 20
- The Good Doctor: February 20
- 9-1-1: March 14
- Grey’s Anatomy: March 14
- Station 19: March 14
- Ted will debut on Peacock on January 11.
- Mary & George will premiere on Starz in 2024.
- Archie debuts on BritBox on December 7.
- Monsieur Spade debuts on AMC+, AMC, and Acorn TV on January 14.
- Leo debuts on Netflix on November 21.
- Bring Back My Girls returns on WOW Presents Plus on December 6.
- Verified Stand-Up premieres on Netflix on November 28.
- Born in Synanon debuts on Paramount+ on December 12.
- The Dynasty: New England Patriots will premiere on Apple TV+ on February 16.
- LOL: Last One Laughing Quebec will debut on Prime Video on January 5.
- The Envoys returns on Paramount+ on December 7.
- Sweet Home returns on Netflix on December 1.
- The Railway Men debuts on Netflix on November 18.
- Mr. and Mrs. Smith premieres on Prime Video on February 2.
- The Exorcist: Believer debuts on Peacock on December 1.
- The ABCs of Book Banning; Alive in Bronze: Huey P. Newton; Birthing a Nation: The Resistance of Mary Gaffney; The Last Song from Kabul; and A Tattoo on My Brain all premiere on Paramount+ on November 21.
- Dick Van Dyke 98 Years of Magic will air on CBS on December 21.
- Jack Taylor debuts on Ovation on December 16.
- The New Look premieres on Apple TV+ on February 14.
- In the Kitchen with Harry Hamlin: A Holiday Special premieres on Hulu on December 13.
- Sand Land: The Series premieres on Hulu in Spring 2024.
- David Letterman will appear as the guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on November 30.
Dex Carvey, Comedian and son of comedian Dana Carvey
— Dana Carvey (@danacarvey) November 16, 2023
Dex and me working together. What a joy. pic.twitter.com/i7CXfpbSUg
— Dana Carvey (@danacarvey) November 17, 2023
Ken Squier, Longtime NASCAR announcer
Dame Antonia Susan (A.S.) Byatt, Author
Shari Smiley, Literary agent and manager
George “Funky” Brown, Drummer for Kool & the Gang
Monarch: Legacy of Monsters: Kurt and Wyatt Russel star in this film set after the events of Godzilla, as members of an organization, Monarch, which investigates Godzilla and the other Titans. Premiere. Apple TV+
Please Don’t Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain: SNL‘s Please Don’t Destroy boys search for buried treasure in their first feature film. Peacock
Scott Pilgrim Takes Off: Scott Pilgrim, but make it anime. Series premiere. Netflix
The Dads: Five fathers of trans children join Matthew Shepherd’s father on a fishing trip where they find common ground and common cause. Premiere. Netflix
Blue Beetle: Streaming premiere of the DC superhero film that everyone has already kinda forgotten about. ~shrug~ Max
Saturday Night Live: Jason Momoa and Tate McRae. 10:30 p.m., NBC
Kennedy: Oh, hey, it’s another docuseries about John F. Kennedy, on the eve of the 60th anniversary of his assassination. Premiere. 7 p.m., History
Prosecuting Evil with Kelly Siegler: In this new series, former Houston prosecutor Siegler tells “the most harrowing homicides and toughest trials in Texas history.” Series premiere. 7 p.m., Oxygen
Fear the Walking Dead: The survivors have to face who they’ve become in the series finale. 8 p.m., AMC, AMC+
The Wiz: The 1978 Diana Ross classic. 7:05 p.m., Showtime Family Zone
Bachelorette: Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Caplan, Isla Fischer, and Rebel Wilson star in this hilarious and raunchy film about three friends who are asked to be bridesmaids for a woman they ridiculed in high school. It’s like Bridesmaids but MUCH darker. 5:32 p.m., Indieplex
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Friday): Scarlett Johansson, Hunter Schafer, Tina Friml
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|Raid the Cage
|CW||Penn & Teller: Fool Us
|FOX||Friday Night Smackdown||Local|
|48 Hours||48 Hours||News/Local|
|Saturday Night Live
(Jason Momoa & Tate McRae)
|ABC||America’s Funniest Home Videos
|Raya and the Last Dragon
|The CW||Local||The Chosen
|Whose Line Is It Anyway?
|NBC||Sunday Night Football