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DC Universe’s Harley Quinn is a hilariously gnarly win

DC Universe’s Harley Quinn is a hilariously gnarly win
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“Puddin’” has always been quite the loaded endearment. A deceptively cutesy nickname that rings like blaring alarms for many familiar with the history, “Puddin’” has stood as a symbol of Harley Quinn ’s inexplicable devotion to Joker , her clown-faced paramour and Gotham City’s deadliest villain-at-large. The...

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Listen to Marilyn Manson cover The Doors for CBS's The Stand miniseries, which he's also acting in

Listen to Marilyn Manson cover The Doors for CBS's The Stand miniseries, which he's also acting in

With It: Chapter 2 and Doctor Sleep having come and gone, the next most-anticipated entry in the Stephen King cinematic renaissance is probably Josh Boone’s 10-part adaptation of post-apocalyptic epic The Stand for CBS All Access. We’re not horribly enthused about the casting—Nat Wolff as Lloyd Henreid ?—but we remain excited to see how Boone distinguishes his version from the 1994...

Kinja Kinja yesterday at 13:00.

You’re not reading this headline, you’re too busy cooing over The Mandalorian’s Baby Yoda

You’re not reading this headline, you’re too busy cooing over The Mandalorian’s Baby Yoda

Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Friday, November 22, and Saturday, November 23. All times are Eastern.

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The Mandalorian (Disney+, Friday, 3:01 a.m.): Currently the internet seems to be made of three things in equal parts: the impeachment hearings, this photo of Kieran Culkin and J. Smith Cameron, and Baby Yoda. Especially Baby Yoda.

Yes, we know it is...

yesterday at 06:42. 1 comments

Harrison Ford is headed to TV for an adaptation of true-crime favorite The Staircase

Harrison Ford is headed to TV for an adaptation of true-crime favorite The Staircase

It’s been 26 years since Harrison Ford last made an acting appearance on TV (not counting talk show bits like the time he talked his old pal Chewbacca off a ledge for Jimmy Kimmel.) Ford’s last in-character TV gig happened all the way back in 1993, when he lent his increasingly grizzled visage (briefly) to The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles; before that, you have to look all the way back to...

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Gwen Ihnat Gwen Ihnat yesterday at 06:27. 1 comments

The sands through the hourglass of Days Of Our Lives set to continue into season 56

The sands through the hourglass of Days Of Our Lives set to continue into season 56

The announcement last week that the Days Of Our Lives actors had all been released from their contracts was an ominous sign for soap fans. The 55-year-old show’s future seemed uncertain, but today there’s good news for Marlena and John ’shippers. Variety announces that it looks like there will be a Days season 56 after all, cautioning, “the deal for the new season is not done yet but all...

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yesterday at 06:07. 3 comments

DC Universe's Stargirl series will also air on The CW in clever reverse-promotion for streaming

DC Universe's Stargirl series will also air on The CW in clever reverse-promotion for streaming

We don’t know what’s going on with the DC Universe streaming service, and we’re not entirely sure that anyone else knows what’s going on with it either. It’s owned by WarnerMedia, but—at least at this point—it’s not being folded into WarnerMedia’s HBO Max streaming service. That being said, one of DC Universe’s most high-profile original shows, the well-received Doom Patrol series, will air...

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yesterday at 04:30. 6 comments

An alternate Game Of Thrones ending apparently exists, but save your online petitions for now

An alternate Game Of Thrones ending apparently exists, but save your online petitions for now

According to Metro UK (via The New York Post), Game Of Thrones’ Kristofer Hivju—a.k.a. Tormund Giantsbane—has been going around, telling people that HBO filmed “an alternative ending” to the big dragon show. Before you start imagining a different series of events, perhaps with Daenerys not blowing up King’s Landing or some better candidate being chosen to be the new king, though, Hivju also...

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yesterday at 02:57.

Showtime renews Desus & Mero for another season

Showtime renews Desus & Mero for another season

According to Variety, Showtime has granted a second season to Desus & Mero, it’s cult-hit-turned-regular-hit late-night talk show with the Bodega Boys—a.k.a. Desus Nice and The Kid Mero. The new season will premiere in February, with new episodes continuing to air on Mondays and Thursdays after that. Showtime’s presidents of entertainment (hell of a job title) Gary Levine and Jana Winograde...

Kinja Kinja Nov 21, 2019 at 13:00.

The Good Place says “Chidi Anagonye, this is/was/is your life”

The Good Place says “Chidi Anagonye, this is/was/is your life”

Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Thursday, November 21. All times are Eastern.

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The Good Place (NBC, 9 p.m.): Just when all hope seemed lost, an army of giants decided to play a game of keepaway. (As is always the case with anything written about one of TV’s twistiest joys, please don’t watch this clip or read the rest of this entry if you’re not up to date on the...

Nov 21, 2019 at 08:52. 3 comments

Netflix announces a Vikings sequel series, Valhalla

Netflix announces a Vikings sequel series, Valhalla

Good news for anyone who didn’t consider “six seasons” to be a sufficient amount of time to spend watching people stare at each other ominously while brandishing axes: Variety reports that Netflix has begun development on a sequel series to History’s Norse-themed drama Vikings. Titled Vikings: Valhalla, the series will take place 100 or so years after the original show’s upcoming sixth season...

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Nov 21, 2019 at 07:47. 1 comments

The Favourite's Yorgos Lanthimos is moving to TV

The Favourite's Yorgos Lanthimos is moving to TV

Having spent the last decade directing some of the weirdest and most darkly comic films in recent memory—including scoring several Oscar nominations, plus one win, for last year’s Olivia Colman feature The Favourite —Yorgos Lanthimos is now bringing his distinctly odd sensibilities to television. Per Deadline, the Dogtooth director has just signed on to helm and produce The Man In The...

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Nov 21, 2019 at 05:48. 3 comments

Mark Ruffalo says he has no idea if he's still got a job in the MCU

Mark Ruffalo says he has no idea if he's still got a job in the MCU

Over the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s 11-year rise to power, few of its stars have seemed more charmingly ill-at-ease with the franchise’s monolithic dominance than Hulk actor Mark Ruffalo. Maybe it’s a function of his late-addition status, having taken over the character of Bruce Banner from Edward Norton after his Incredible Hulk movie failed to make much of an impact. Maybe it’s the fact...

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Gwen Ihnat Gwen Ihnat Nov 21, 2019 at 03:45. 1 comments

Bide your time until the next Mandalorian episode with some Baby Yoda concept art

Bide your time until the next Mandalorian episode with some Baby Yoda concept art

It’s fair to say that the runaway crowdpleaser of the new Disney+ series The Mandalorian is not the so-far-faceless bounty hunter of the title, but his adorable current traveling companion. We’re glad that Baby Yoda debuted right before the holiday season, hopefully in time for some stuffed Baby Yodas to toss around as presents to pretty much everyone we know. Since the series takes place a...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Nov 21, 2019 at 03:17. 8 comments

Here's what's coming to (and going from) Netflix in December

Here's what's coming to (and going from) Netflix in December

First things first: Austin Powers is back, baby, yeah! In a totally shagadelic turn of events, Netflix will begin streaming all three (3!) Austin Powers movies come December 1. This, of course, doesn’t bode well for the rest of the streamer’s December slate, which is packed with holiday films, stand-up specials, epic new series, and the streaming premiere of a movie on our best films of the...

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Gwen Ihnat Gwen Ihnat Nov 21, 2019 at 00:01. 1 comments

Marie Kondo betrays her whole premise by launching e-commerce store full of useless junk

Marie Kondo betrays her whole premise by launching e-commerce store full of useless junk

Some of us—not naming names here—really appreciated Marie Kondo’s take on clutter . Maybe we didn’t thank our sweaters for their service before donating them to Goodwill—and we’re still finding that folding method a bit tricky—but we found her bestselling book The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up and Tidying Up With Marie Kondo  Netflix series inspirational enough to rid ourselves us of...

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Nov 21, 2019 .

There’s not much to be mad about in Mad About You’s tepid return

There’s not much to be mad about in Mad About You’s tepid return
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Paul and Jamie Buchman were always trying characters, but in the first go-around of former Must See TV staple Mad About You, their neuroses balanced each other out. Powerhouse PR exec Jamie (Helen Hunt) was sympathetic to filmmaker Paul’s occasional lack of focus, while Paul (Paul Reiser) could be laid-back about...

Nov 20, 2019 at 23:36. 5 comments

Better Call Saul's fifth season finally has a premiere date

Better Call Saul's fifth season finally has a premiere date

Better Call Saul promises “speedy justice for you!” but not necessarily a speedy return. AMC has revealed a premiere date for the fifth season of the critically-acclaimed Breaking Bad prequel series, along with a pair of brief teasers and some new photos. The premiere date is a bit of a good news/bad news situation, in which the good is that we finally know when Bob Odenkirk’s Jimmy...

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Kinja Kinja Nov 20, 2019 at 13:00.

The gang says goodbye to It’s Always Sunny for the season

The gang says goodbye to It’s Always Sunny for the season

Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Wednesday, November 20. All times are Eastern. 

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It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia (FXX, 10 p.m., one-hour season 14 finale): Short haircuts, dog abortions, and grand pronouncements about the decline of civilation: Sure sounds like a Sunny finale to us.

FXX’s indestructible sitcom reaches the end of its 14th (14th!) season...

Nov 20, 2019 at 02:57.

Netflix delivers your next true crime fix with The Confession Killer trailer

Netflix delivers your next true crime fix with The Confession Killer trailer

Tired: Is it okay to think Ted Bundy was hot? Wired: Did Henry Lee Lucas really murder all those people? Netflix has released a trailer for The Confession Killer, the platform’s next true crime docuseries, which re-examines the case of Henry Lee Lucas. Like Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, and our good pal Ed Kemper, Lucas was fond of chatting about the murders he committed. But unlike his...

Gwen Ihnat Gwen Ihnat Nov 20, 2019 at 01:43. 1 comments

Snack boss Sara Lee is taking that SNL skit “in stride”

Snack boss Sara Lee is taking that SNL skit “in stride”

By most accounts, Harry Styles did a fine job last weekend during his time as host on Saturday Night Live , tasked with not only being the show’s musical act, but also appearing in a wide variety of comedy sketches. One of the many highlights that didn’t involve Styles turning into the personification of Joan’s dog was his turn as the (American-accented) Sara Lee social media employee who...

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