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The First ‘Suits’ Spinoff Will Be Led by… Stephen Amell?

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | February 13, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | February 13, 2024 |


For a show that went off the air almost half a decade ago, Suits had a wild 2023, to the point where most of its non-Meghan Markle cast members starred in Super Bowl commercials. Everyone loves Suits right now — or is letting it run 24/7 in the background — so Hollywood is of course trying to cash in on the craze by launching new spinoffs starting with Suits: L.A. That show will be inexplicably led by Stephen Amell, who is apparently facing zero consequences for railing against the SAG-AFTRA strike. If I were a cynical sumbitch, I might even say he’s being rewarded for it. (TVLine)

Why Bradley Cooper is being tagged as this year’s Oscar villain. (Lainey Gossip)

Fox News saw Taylor Swift doing a beer! THE HORROR. (Wonkette)

From Kayleigh: The Cybertrucks are already rusting. (The Register)

Speaking of Elon, he really loved Jon Stewart’s “Both Sides” horsesh*t, which tracks. The guy owns a social media platform that just saw a surge of activity from South Park-brained nihilists who were tickled pink to see Trump and Biden described as exactly the same. It’s like 2016 all over again. Get some! (The Daily Beast)

Hey, did you like Ben Affleck’s Super Bowl commercial for Dunkin’? Well, surprise, there’s an extended cut. Enjoy. (YouTube)

Did the new Deadpool trailer show us two Wolverines? (The Mary Sue)

“Law suggested that Elmo is living near a black hole, but he loves his birthday so much that he chooses to celebrate it on our normal calendar because it comes up more often. In other words, that would mean Elmo is moving so slowly that, for him, almost no time has passed since he first turned three and a half.” (Gizmodo)

Eric Idle is burning down the Monty Python house, and I’m here for it. (Deadline)

Walmart might buy Vizio to win the fight over cheap TVs. (Walmart)

Cillian Murphy is over Hollywood press tours and freely admits that everyone is bored out of their minds doing them. (Variety)

LagiNazar finds the queerness of queer sports romances particularly satisfying so she got talked into trying some straight sports romance, the Windy City Series by Liz Tomford. “[These] books, while being easy to read and fairly well characterised [not you, book 1], rest on facile arcs and thin premises that feel all the more easily resolved because of the structural advantages of the characters’ narrative and material circumstances.” Do you have some favorite queer romances? (Cannonball Read 16)

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