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    Here's the Variety article that broke the news about MSNBC's afternoon schedule shuffle: Chuck Todd Expands to Streaming as MSNBC Overhauls Afternoons (EXCLUSIVE) Outside of Meet The Press, it sounds like Todd will be focusing more on digital/streaming, hence the move to an earlier time slot for his weekday program. The article is a bit unclear about Todd's new anchoring responsibilities, but presumably it will be for NBC News Now. The article also had some comparative ad revenue details for MSNBC versus CNN and FNC:
  2. Here is the show's Comic-Con@Home 2020 panel. The run time is about 36 minutes, which includes the above recap. SYFY: Wynonna Earp | Comic-Con@Home 2020 The "sneak peek" starts at about 31:34 and runs to about 34:10.
  3. Six minute recap of the first three seasons: WYNONNA EARP | Wynonna 101 Seasons 1 - 3 Recap | Season 4 Premieres Sunday, July 26 At 10/9c | SYFY
  4. Carina Adly MacKenzie is out as showrunner for the CW's Roswell, New Mexico. The discussion in the Roswell, New Mexico media thread starts at this linked post.
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    Press release about Joy Reid's new show: From the linked release: Urbanski was a co-executive producer for Hardball. From a January 2018 THR article (presumably based on a press release): Urbanski replaced a previous co-executive producer, Ann Klenk, who retired from NBC.
  6. Lucy Liu has been cast as the lead of an untitled ABC sitcom. Via TVLine: The Variety write-up notes: Liu's first regular role was on a multi-camera sitcom, the one-season wonder Pearl (CBS, 1996-97), which starred Rhea Perlman as the titular character, along with Malcolm McDowell and Carol Kane. Liu also guest starred on three episodes of Joey, which was co-created by Goldberg-Meehan, who was also an executive producer of Friends during its later seasons.
  7. Here is a Twitter thread with a law professor's thoughts and analysis on the lawsuit (click through to see the entire thread):
  8. Maisie Richardson-Sellers has a supporting role in an upcoming Netflix movie, The Kissing Booth 2. In the trailer, she's featured from about 0:35 to 0:45.
  9. White House correspondent Ed Henry has been fired following an investigation concerning "willful sexual misconduct in the workplace." Henry had served as the President of the WHCA for 2012-2013. Here is CNN's article on the firing.
  10. For the new season, only six episodes will air this summer, with the back half of the season to air at a later time. From today's press release: The press release also mentions that there will be a Comic-Con@Home panel for Wynonna Earp with Emily Andras and the core cast:
  11. A genuine whoa. This enforcement action is response to sexual harassment allegations against Gregory St. Johns, a director of photography, involving multiple victims (two are named in the complaint) that became public back in late 2018. This is the full list of named defendants (from the complaint, which is embedded in the above article, alternate direct link to PDF, via Deadline). Here's an earlier Variety article from October 2018* with more details about the situation: *Previously discussed in this thread when it was first published.
  12. I'd classify it as somewhere between a mistake and intentional (in order to make him look more authoritative, and thus increase clicks/pageviews). According to his IMDb profile, he does have an executive producer credit for the Batwoman's "Crisis" crossover episode, so calling him a "Batwoman executive producer" might be technically true, but is most likely misleading. * * * Regarding Rose's departure, I'm curious about the timing of the news, a week after CW's upfronts announcement. I suspect exit negotiations had been ongoing for at least a little while. Plus, imagine if this had happened during a normal year, with actual in-person upfront presentations. Would news about Rose's departure had come out before CW's upfront presentation? Or, would she just have been conspicuously absent, leading to a week or so of speculation and leaks? * * * I suspect that there's a very high probability the line "I'm Batwoman" will be used in the season premiere's cold open.
  13. It's currently free on IMDb TV: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0105932/
  14. Stills of the Justice League photo: Regarding the Flash, Half of the his was blurred/smeared. The full photo: And, with the locket photo:
  15. Nancy Drew (2019) Current: Drama Suggested: Genre Ghosts and supernatural phenomena factor significantly in most episodes, so far.
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