–Tiffany Haddish reveals the best thing about white people: translucent nipples and inheritances.
-In an interview with Vulture on Friday, Ruth Wilson said she had no say about how her character left The Affair, and if she had, it would have turned out differently. “No, I had no say over how the character’s arc was going to end, or how she would die and leave. I always hoped that she would… I always had the image that she would walk into the sunset with her son with no man. That’s what I hoped for her. But no.”
-Has Ben Affleck moved on from Lindsay Shookus?
-I don’t necessarily believe this story about Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwartzenegger staying abstinent until marriage, but it tickles me nonetheless.
–Ashanti shared an Aretha Franklin memory of the time she called her and told her not to get SARS in Canada.
-Renée Zellweger is the latest movie star to make the move to the small screen. She just signed on to topline Netflix’s thriller anthology series What/If.
–K-os just released his first single in three years.
-An oral history of the “Scotty Doesn’t Know” song from EuroTrip? Sure, why not?
–Tara Reid dropped out of the Sharknado press tour appearance following a bizarre TV interview. (Is it weird that I don’t find her appearance that bizarre? My bar is pretty low, though.)
-HBO’s Watchmen series from Damon Lindelof just got a full season order – and it’s coming in 2019.
-Speaking of movies I love (ok, I haven’t actually seen it yet but I’m watching it tonight and I just know it’ll be my new fave), To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before continues to rake in stellar reviews. Buzzfeed calls it “catnip for the rom-com lover’s soul”, TV Guide calls it “Netflix’s first teen movie worth watching,” and NPR says it’s “fizzy and endlessly charming.”
-This love-in between Lena Waithe and Jon Chu made my day.
-I liked this article on how Netflix accounts for huge deals with TV creators like Shonda Rhimes, Kenya Barris and Ryan Murphy.
-Uh oh. The Hills cast is set to reunited at the MTV VMAs next week for “a big announcement.” Reboot fever strikes again?
–Tiffany Haddish and Ike Barinholtz host a politically charged Thanksgiving in The Oath trailer.