“They're either defacing statues or pulling them down,” Ingraham said of present-day critics of the actor John Wayne, after a furor erupted over comments he made in a 1971 interview with Playboy..
The new year is well underway and so is midseason TV.While fall brought with it the returns of your favorite broadcast shows — and the debuts of several new ones — the colder months mark the time when many of those series go into hibernation and fresh programming wakes up.Because the Big 4 and The CW are now gearing up to launch several new shows — and bring back a lot of your faves — TheWrap has rounded up the list of 2019’s broadcast premiere dates.Also Read: Fall TV 2019: Every Broadcast Show Canceled, Renewed and Ordered So Far (Updating)We’ve got launch days for NBC’s new series “The Enemy Within” and a new season of “The Voice.” On Fox, there are the series premiere of “Mental Samurai” and the return of Ryan Murphy’s “9-1-1.” The CW will debut “In the Dark” and start up the final seasons of “Jane the Virgin” and “iZombie.”Meanwhile, CBS is ringing in a new year with new series like “Million Dollar Mile” and “The Red Line.” And ABC will bring you a fresh season of the “American Idol” revival and new drama “Whiskey Cavalier.”See the full list of broadcast’s midseason premiere dates below, which TheWrap will continue to update as more become available.Also Read: 9 New Midseason TV Shows Ranked by Premiere Viewers: From 'Masked Singer' to 'Proven Innocent' (Photos)Tuesday, January 1 8 p.m. “The Gifted” (Fox, winter premiere) 9 p.m. “Lethal Weapon” (Fox, winter premiere)Wednesday Jan. 2 8 p.m. “Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back” (Fox, season premiere) 9 p.m. “The Masked Singer” (Fox, series premiere)Thursday, Jan. 3 8 p.m. “Gotham” (Fox, season premiere) 8 p.m. “The Titan Games” (NBC, series premiere) 9 p.m. “The Orville” (Fox, new time slot premiere) 10 p.m. “The Blacklist” (NBC, Part 1 of season premiere)Also Read: Ratings: 'AGT - The Champions' Finale Conjures Up 10.5 Million ViewersFriday, Jan. 4 8 p.m. “Fresh Off the Boat” (ABC, winter premiere) 8:30 p.m. “Speechless” (ABC, winter premiere) 9 p.m. “The Blacklist” (NBC, Part 2 of season premiere/time slot premiere) 9 p.m. “20/20” (ABC, new time slot, two-hour season premiere)Sunday, Jan. 6 7 p.m. “America’s Funniest Home Videos” (ABC, 2-hour winter premiere) 9 p.m. “Shark Tank” (ABC, new time slot, 2-hour winter premiere)Monday, Jan. 7 8 p.m. “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” (NBC, series premiere) 8 p.m. “The Bachelor” (ABC, season premiere)Tuesday, Jan. 8 8 p.m. “Ellen’s Game of Games” (NBC, season premiere) 8 p.m. “The Conners” (ABC, winter premiere) 8:30 p.m. “The Kids Are Alright” (ABC, winter premiere) 9 p.m. “black-ish” (ABC, winter premiere) 9:30 p.m. “Splitting Up Together” (ABC, winter premiere) 10 p.m. “The Rookie” (ABC, winter premiere)Wednesday, Jan. 9 8 p.m. “The Goldbergs” (ABC, winter premiere) 8:30 p.m. “Schooled” (ABC, series premiere) 9 p.m. “Modern Family” (ABC, winter premiere) 9:30 p.m. “Single Parents” (ABC, winter premiere) 10 p.m. “Match Game” (ABC, season premiere)Thursday, January 10 8 p.m. “The Big Bang Theory” (CBS, winter premiere) 8:30 p.m. “Young Sheldon” (CBS, winter premiere) 9 p.m. “Mom” (CBS, winter premiere) 9 p.m. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC, season/new network premiere) 9: 30 p.m. “The Good Place” (NBC, new time slot, winter premiere) 9:30 p.m. “Fam” (CBS, series premiere) 10 p.m. “S.W.A.T.” (CBS, winter premiere)Friday, Jan. 11 9 p.m. “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” (The CW, winter premiere)Monday, Jan. 14 8 p.m. “The Resident” (Fox, winter premiere) 9 p.m. “The Passage” (Fox, series premiere) 10 p.m. “The Good Doctor” (ABC, winter premiere)Tuesday, Jan. 15 8 p.m. “The Flash” (The CW, winter premiere) 9 p.m. “Roswell, New Mexico” (The CW, series premiere) 9 p.m. “This Is Us” (NBC, winter premiere)Wednesday, Jan. 16 8 p.m. “Riverdale” (The CW, winter premiere) 9 p.m. “All American” (The CW, winter premiere)Thursday, Jan. 17 8 p.m. “Supernatural” (The CW, winter premiere) 8 p.m. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC, winter premiere) 9:01 p.m. “A Million Little Things” (ABC, new night, time slot, winter premiere) 10:00 p.m. “How to Get Away with Murder” (ABC, winter premiere)Friday, Jan. 18 8 p.m. “Dynasty” (The CW, winter premiere)Sunday, Jan. 20 8 p.m. “Supergirl” (The CW, winter premiere) 9 p.m. “Charmed” (The CW, winter premiere)Monday, Jan. 21 8 p.m. “Arrow” (The CW, winter premiere) 8 p.m. “Big Brother: Celebrity Edition” (CBS, season premiere) 9 p.m. “Black Lightning” (The CW, new time slot, winter premiere)Thursday, Jan. 24 9 p.m. “Legacies” (The CW, winter premiere)Sunday, Jan. 27 7 p.m. “Rent Live” (Fox, live-event broadcast)Thursday, Jan. 31 9:30 p.m. “Will & Grace” (NBC, new time slot, winter premiere)Sunday, Feb. 3 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT “The World’s Best” (CBS, series premiere, airs immediately after Super Bowl)Monday, Feb. 4 8 p.m. “The Neighborhood” (CBS, winter premiere) 8:30 p.m. “Man With a Plan” (CBS, season premiere)Tuesday, Feb. 5 8 p.m. “American Housewife” (ABC, new night, time slot, winter premiere)Wednesday, Feb. 6 8 p.m. “The World’s Best” (CBS, time slot premiere)Friday, Feb. 15 9 p.m. “Proven Innocent” (Fox, series premiere)Saturday, Feb. 16 8 p.m. “Ransom” (CBS, season premiere)Wednesday, Feb. 20 8 p.m. “Survivor” (CBS, season premiere)Sunday, Feb. 24 11:35 p.m. ET/10 p.m. PT “Whiskey Cavalier” (ABC, post-Oscars sneak preview of series premiere)Monday, Feb. 25 8 p.m. “The Voice” (NBC, season premiere) 10 p.m. “The Enemy Within” (NBC, series premiere)Tuesday, Feb. 26 8 p.m. “MasterChef Junior” (Fox, season premiere) 9 p.m. “World of Dance” (NBC, season premiere) 9 p.m. “Mental Samurai” (Fox, series premiere)Wednesday, Feb. 27 10 p.m. “Whiskey Cavalier” (ABC, official series premiere)Sunday, March 3 7:30 p.m. “Bob’s Burgers” (Fox, winter premiere) 8 p.m. “World of Dance” (NBC, regular time slot premiere) 8 p.m. “The Simpsons” (Fox, winter premiere) 8 p.m. “American Idol” (ABC, season premiere) 8:30 p.m. “Family Guy” (Fox, winter premiere) 10 p.m. “Good Girls” (NBC, season premiere)Thursday, March 7 8:30 “A.P. Bio” (NBC, season premiere) 9:01 p.m. “Station 19” (ABC, winter premiere) 10 p.m. “For the People” (ABC, season premiere)Wednesday, March 13 8 p.m. “Empire” (Fox, midseason premiere) 9 p.m. “STAR” (Fox, midseason premiere) 10 p.m. “SEAL Team” (CBS, new time slot, winter premiere)Monday, March 18 9 p.m. “9-1-1” (Fox, winter premiere) 10 p.m. “The Fix” (ABC, series premiere)Tuesday, March 19 10 p.m. “The Village” (NBC, series premiere)Wednesday, March 27 9 p.m. “Million Dollar Mile” (CBS, series premiere) 9 p.m. “Jane the Virgin” (The CW, season premiere)Thursday, March 28 9:30 p.m. “Abby’s” (NBC, series premiere)Thursday, April 4 9 p.m. “In the Dark” (The CW, series premiere)Tuesday, April 9 9 p.m. “The Code” (CBS, series premiere)Tuesday, April 16 9:30 p.m. “Bless This Mess” (ABC, series premiere)Sunday, April 28 8 p.m. “The Red Line” (CBS, series premiere)Tuesday, April 30 9 p.m. “The 100” (The CW, season premiere)Thursday, May 2 8 p.m. “iZombie” (The CW, season premiere)Wednesday, May 22 8 p.m. “The Amazing Race” (CBS, season premiere)Monday, June 17 10 p.m. “Grand Hotel” (ABC, series premiere)Read original story Midseason TV 2019: Complete List of Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows (Updating) At TheWrap
Welp, we now know where Netflix is going to be haunting you next and it’s definitely not Hill House.On Thursday, news broke Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy had signed a multi-year overall TV deal with the streamer and that their surprise hit series, “Haunting of Hill House,” had been renewed for a second season. Now labeled an anthology series, “The Haunting” Season 2 will feature “a new story with all new characters” and will have “no connection” to Season 1.Shortly after that announcement, Netflix tweeted a video via the official “Haunting of Hill House” account, instructing users to “listen closely” to the clip to try and “guess” where Season 2 takes place.Also Read: 'Haunting of Hill House' Renewed for Season 2 by Netflix - With New Story and CharactersAnd about 40 mins after that, they gave fans the answer with another video and this message: “You guessed it. The HAUNTING OF BLY MANOR, a new chapter in the Haunting series based on the works of Henry James, is coming in 2020.”So yes, Hill House is out and Bly Manor — a setting from James’ horror novella, “The Turn of the Screw” — is in for the second installment, aptly titled, “The Haunting of Bly Manor.”We can’t say Flanagan didn’t totally warn you this would be the case for Season 2 — which does not yet have a premiere date beyond some time in 2020 — seeing as he flat out said the Crains’ story was over, even if the show was renewed, although star Oliver Jackson-Cohen gave TheWrap reason to believe otherwise.Also Read: 'Haunting of Hill House' Creator Shuts Down Red Room Theories: Fans Can Take Ending at 'Face Value'A modern reimagining of Shirley Jackson’s iconic novel, “The Haunting of Hill House” Season 1 launched last October. The 10-episode installment centered around the Crain family: father Hugh (older version played by Timothy Hutton, younger version portrayed by Henry Thomas), mother Olivia (Carla Gugino), and their children, Steve (Michiel Huisman), Shirley (Elizabeth Reaser), Theo (Kate Siegel), Luke (Jackson-Cohen) and Nellie (Victoria Pedretti).The story follows the events that transpired during the one summer the Crains lived in the titular haunted home and their lives decades after leaving Hill House due to a tragic incident.TheWrap reached out to Netflix to ask if any of the cast members from Season 1 will return for “The Haunting of Bly Manor” as different characters, with a spokesperson for the streamer responding that no casting details are available at this time.Also Read: 'Haunting of Hill House': Elizabeth Reaser on Why No One Realized Shirley Had a Special Ability (Video)See the teasers below.A new Haunting is coming. Can you guess where it takes place? Listen closely… pic.twitter.com/vqzrd3z4NZ— The Haunting of Hill House (@haunting) February 21, 2019You guessed it. The HAUNTING OF BLY MANOR, a new chapter in the Haunting series based on the works of Henry James, is coming in 2020. pic.twitter.com/nvhRBEfH2E— The Haunting of Hill House (@haunting) February 21, 2019Read original story Netflix Sets Title for ‘Haunting of Hill House’ Season 2 – Which Is Definitely Not About Hill House (Video) At TheWrap
Following a brief Super Bowl teaser, CBS All Access on Thursday released the first trailer for Jordan Peele’s upcoming reboot of “The Twilight Zone.”The anthology series will launch its first two episodes on April 1, with new installments to be made available weekly on Thursdays, beginning April 11. Watch the trailer above, which features Tracy Morgan, who was previously unannounced.Peele is executive producing and hosting the series, stepping into the role that original series narrator Rod Serling made famous. You can get a taste of what Peele’s narration will sound like here.Also Read: 'Twilight Zone' Teaser Sends CBS 'Off the Air' During Super Bowl (Video)The anthology series’ previously-revealed cast members include Ike Barinholtz, John Cho, Lucinda Dryzek, Taissa Farmiga, Greg Kinnear, Luke Kirby, Sanaa Lathan, Kumail Nanjiani, Adam Scott, Rhea Seehorn, Alison Tolman, Jacob Tremblay, Jefferson White, Jonathan Whitesell, Jessica Williams, DeWanda Wise and Steven Yeun.The new series will be produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions and Simon Kinberg’s Genre Films. Peele and Kinberg serve as executive producers along with Win Rosenfeld, Audrey Chon, Carol Serling, Rick Berg and Greg Yaitanes.Serling created the original series, which ran for 80 episodes from 1959 to 1964, and used socially-conscious storytelling to explore the human condition and culture of the times. There have been two prior revivals of the classic series. The first reboot aired for 110 episodes on CBS starting in 1985, and a second version, with Forest Whitaker in Serling’s role, ran for 43 episodes on UPN in the early 2000s.Read original story ‘Twilight Zone’ Trailer: See Adam Scott, Sanaa Lathan and Tracy Morgan Enter the Fifth Dimension (Video) At TheWrap
Robin Roberts is addressing Jussie Smollett's arrest on Thursday after Chicago police allege he staged his own Jan. 29 attack.
Empire is “evaluating the situation” in light of Jussie Smollett‘s arrest for allegedly staging a racist and homophobic attack against himself, Fox announced Thursday. Smollett, who has played Jamal on the Fox drama since its debut, was arrested early Thursday in Chicago and faces a felony criminal charge of disorderly conduct/filing a false police report […]
Otto Bathurst, who directed the anthology series' first episode, was also behind the camera for last year's "Robin Hood."
Nearly 20 years ago, Syed was sentenced to life in prison for allegedlymurdering his high school girlfriend Hae Min Lee
President Donald Trump couldn't help but give his thoughts on the arrest ofactor Jussie Smollett, who is accused of staging an attack on himself byracist Trump supporters
Jussie Smollett is accused of staging an attack on himself because he was"dissatisfied with his salary," Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnsonsaid Thursday
Chris Cuomo's thoughts were with his family when he learned on Wednesday that he was one of many Trump critics to appear on a Coast Guard officer's hit list.
Netflix, do NOT accept a war of words with Eminem. The emcee, real name Marshall Mathers, took the streaming service to the woodshed Wednesday over its cancellation of the streamer’s Marvel series “The Punisher.”“DEAR @NETFLIX,” he wrote on Twitter, “REGARDING YOUR CANCELLATION OF THE PUNISHER, YOU ARE BLOWING IT!!”Slim Shady signed off, “SINCERELY, MARSHALL”DEAR @NETFLIX, REGARDING YOUR CANCELLATION OF THE PUNISHER, YOU ARE BLOWING IT!!SINCERELY, MARSHALL— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) February 21, 2019Also Read: Eminem Scores Grammy Nomination for Song Where He Sings 'I Sold My Soul' for GrammysNetflix scrapped “The Punisher” and “Jessica Jones” on Monday. Those were the streaming service’s last two Marvel series.Late last year, Netflix canceled its other three Marvel TV series — “Daredevil,” “Iron Fist” and “Luke Cage” — despite the strong response for the third season of “Daredevil.”The third season of “Jessica Jones” will still premiere on Netflix later this year. “The Punisher” second-and-now-final season launched in January.Also Read: Eminem's 11-Minute Freestyle Name-Drops Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, Apple Watch, AMC Theatres (Video)Netflix’s decision to totally end its creative partnership with Marvel TV comes as its big-screen counterpart, Marvel Studios, develops multiple TV series for Disney+ that will star characters from the films including Loki, Vision, Scarlet Witch, Falcon and The Winter Soldier.Marvel’s parent company Disney also ended its licensing deal with Netflix at the beginning of 2019, as the company readies the launch of its streaming competitor to Netflix in Disney+.Seriously Netflix, you don’t want it with Em — just ask Machine Gun Kelly. In the meantime, Marshall, keep an eye on Hulu.Read original story Eminem’s Latest Beef? With Netflix, for Canceling ‘The Punisher’ At TheWrap
During this week's seminfinals, "Masked Singer" bid farewell to two more furry friends, the Lion and the Rabbit. Who were they?
Former CBS News foreign correspondent Lara Logan appeared on "Hannity" Wednesday evening to expand on her recent remarks characterizing the media as "mostly liberal." "It's obvious, right, because you get targeted," she said, explaining her earlier comments that she was committing "professional suicide" by criticizing the media. "It's the same group of people, they're already […]
Fox is considering removing Jussie Smollett from production on "Empire." Sources close to the production told Variety that producers are weighing whether to suspend the actor after he was charged Wednesday in Chicago with filing a false police report. A spokesperson for 20th Century Fox Television, which produces the series, declined to comment. Smollett's status on […]
The annual gathering of all the major toy manufacturers took place on Presidents Day weekend, and Yahoo Entertainment was on the scene documenting the biggest entertainment-related releases for 2019.
Jussie Smollett faces accusations that he fabricated the details of a purported hate-crime attack that ended with him having a noose placed around his neck and seeking medical attention.
On Wednesday’s "The View," the co-hosts addressed a “conspiracy theory” that has gained media attention, wondering if host Whoopi Goldberg is secretly preparing to host the Academy Awards.
“I didn’t do it because I didn’t know if I could fix the damage,” 50 Cent said.
Plot twist! Or not! Just four days before the 2019 Oscars, social media is abuzz with speculation that The View‘s Whoopi Goldberg has secretly been tapped to emcee the (currently hostless) broadcast. Goldberg has been missing from The View for the past several weeks, due to an alleged battle with pneumonia. But alternative theories have since […]
Producers of the 91st Oscars said Wednesday that chef José Andrés, Dana Carvey, Queen Latifah, Rep. John Lewis, Diego Luna, Tom Morello, Mike Myers, Trevor Noah, Amandla Stenberg, Barbra Streisand and Serena Williams have been set to introduce the eight Best Picture nominees during the ceremony Sunday. "Movies connect us all," said producer Donna Gigliotti and producer-director Glenn Weiss. "They move us, and they create moments and memories that unite us. We are thrilled…