What do you do as a newsletter publisher when you have no big story of the day, but there are still a number of interesting smaller stories worth mentioning?

Asking for a friend.

Unrelated, today's newsletter is a special edition focused on only the interesting smaller stories floating around today. For special reasons.


TeeVee Snacks

  • Renee Zellweger will star in a new Peacock series Avenger Field. No, this has nothing to do with Marvel's superheroes or even Mr & Mrs Peel. This is a story about WWII women Airforce pilots. Read: Variety
  • Marc Fennell's podcast Stuff The British Stole is being adapted into a TV series set to debut on Australia's ABC later this year. It will also screen on Canada's CBC next year. Read: Mediaweek
  • How I Met Your Father has a pair of OG characters from How I Met Your Mother in its latest episode. But calm down, it's absolutely not who you think. Or care about in the slightest, one would assume. Read: TV Line
  • There is a very strong crossover of my interests when I hear that Florence Pugh is in negotiations to join the sequel to Dune. Read: Deadline
  • Oz star (and one-time Ghostbuster) Ernie Hudson has joined the cast of the Quantum Leap revival. Read: Deadline
  • Mandy Patinkin will star in Career Opportunities in Murder and Mayhem, a new murder-mystery show for Hulu. He will play the world's once-greatest detective. Read: TV Insider
  • Judy Justice has been given a second season. Read: Deadline
  • Mindy Kaling comedy Never Have I Ever has been renewed for a fourth and final season at Netflix. Read: Deadline
  • HBO Max will introduce advertising breaks into movies on platform for subscribers who have the lower priced service with ads. The advertising will not appear on all films, just those that go straight to streaming on HBO Max. Read: Variety
  • Speaking of HBO Max, new European subscribers can access a lifetime discount if they sign up early to the service. Read: TBI Vision

Trailer Park

Letterkenny has a surprise International Women's Day special streaming now on Hulu.

Chris Pratt stars in the Amazon Prime Video series The Terminal List from July 1.

DMZ debuts on HBO Max March 17.

Tony Hawk: Until The Wheels Fall Off debuts on HBO April 5.

That's it for today. Until tomorrow...