Following the spectacular collapse of crypto-trading company FTX, a class-action lawsuit has been brought upon FTX and its brand ambassadors for encouraging people to invest in crypto via the company.

Among the brand ambassadors is Larry David who starred in a Super Bowl ad for FTX. His inclusion is interesting as the theme of the ad was David telling people not to invest in crypto. It was still an endorsement, however, so Larry is going to have to sell a whole lot of spite lattes if found guilty. The class-action hasn't specified the damages it is seeking, but claims $11 billion was lost by FTX customers.

Larry David, Tom Brady, Stephen Curry, Other Celebs Sued Over FTX Crypto Exchange Collapse
Celebrity promoters of now-bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX — including Larry David, Tom Brady, Giselle Bündchen, Shaquille O’Neal and Stephen Curry — have been named in a class-act…

The horror, the horror

This week marks six years since Kate McKinnon took to the SNL stage and sang Hallelujah on stage as Hillary Clinton. #NeverForget

  • Jay Leno is undergoing surgery for burns he received in his garage accident early this week. Read: CNN
  • Zoe Kravitz says people shouldn't expect to see a third series of Big Little Lies. Read: Indiewire
  • No, Brendan Fraser will not be attending the Golden Globes if nominated. Read: EW
  • Yellowstone fans can now play a limited version of the world's worst board game Monopoly themed after the show. Read: Variety
  • Speaking of Yellowstone, the Kevin Costner drama continues to be huge. Bigger than Texas. The season 5 return saw 12.1 million viewers watching it on linear TV. Read: TV Line
  • Warner Bros Discovery is shutting down GolfTV. Read: The Streamable
  • Apple TV+ has cancelled a planned Donald Trump biopic based on the Maggie Haberman book Confidence Man. Read: Dark Horizons

Will Smith film Emancipation debuts on Apple TV+ Dec 2.

Jason Momoa stars in the kids fantasy film Slumberland, debuting Nov 18 on Netflix.

My Dad The Bounty Hunter debuts on Netflix Dec 9.

Kindred debuts Dec 13 on FX/Hulu.

Sort Of returns to HBO Max on Dec 1.

Darby and The Dead debuts Dec 2 on Hulu.

That's it for today. A bit of a quiet day. Back tomorrow.