Rowling has faced criticism for her remarks on trans women. (Photo: Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)

WWE Survivor Series 2020 kicks off, Megan Thee Stallion releases new album, ‘Lego Star Wars Holiday Special’ premieres [Video]

Monday Night Raw and Smackdown, Survivor Series is the one event that pits the stars from the two brands against each other. On the card this Sunday are contests between WWE Champion Randy Orton and WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, WWE Raw Women’s Champion Asuka and WWE Smackdown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks — who is coming off her Disney debut as Koska Reeves in The Mandalorian — and two traditional five-on-five Survivor Series elimination matches.” data-reactid=”27″>Survivor Series, the second-longest running annual event in WWE history, airs this Sunday on the WWE Network. While every WWE pay-per-view features talent from both Monday Night Raw and Smackdown, Survivor Series is the one event that pits the stars from the two brands against each other. On the card this Sunday are contests between WWE Champion Randy Orton and WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, WWE Raw Women’s Champion Asuka and WWE Smackdown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks — who is coming off her Disney debut as Koska Reeves in The Mandalorian — and two traditional five-on-five Survivor Series elimination matches.

Survivor Series airs Sunday, Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. on the WWE Network.” data-reactid=”33″>Survivor Series airs Sunday, Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. on the WWE Network.

the disturbing history of Ren & Stimpy creator John Kricfalusi.) Clarissa Darling stans will definitely want to watch this exclusive clip that features Hart discussing the show’s groundbreaking legacy, and showcases some choice early ‘90s technology and fashions. — Ethan Alter” data-reactid=”39″>Nickelodeon remains a popular destination for the 13-and-under TV audience, but there’s no question that the network’s glory days were during The Orange Years of the ‘80s and ‘90s. That’s when games shows like Double Dare and Nick Arcade, series like Clarissa Explains It All and Are You Afraid of the Dark? and cartoon shows like Doug and Rugrats had millions of Gen Xers and Millennials glued to their televisions after school and on weekends. Directors Scott Barber and Adam Sweeney chronicle that slime-tastic era in a new documentary that’s guaranteed to push all of your nostalgia buttons. Featuring new interviews with former Nickelodeon executives, show creators and stars — including Kenan Thompson and Melissa Joan Hart — as well as a treasure trove of vintage clips and behind-the-scenes footage, The Orange Years is an unabashed “play the hits” celebration of Nickelodeon’s past that only glancingly addresses some of the mistakes made along the way. (Most glaringly, the filmmakers completely elide the disturbing history of Ren & Stimpy creator John Kricfalusi.) Clarissa Darling stans will definitely want to watch this exclusive clip that features Hart discussing the show’s groundbreaking legacy, and showcases some choice early ‘90s technology and fashions. — Ethan Alter

iTunes, FandangoNOW and Redbox.” data-reactid=”40″>The Orange Years: The Nickelodeon Story is available Tuesday, Nov. 17 via on-demand services including iTunes, FandangoNOW and Redbox.

announced recently on Instagram, although details about the LP’s tracklist and guest stars are still scarce at the moment. — Lyndsey Parker” data-reactid=”46″>It’s going to be a Hot Girl Winter, as the savage new hip-hop superstar finally drops her long-awaited, just-announced, aptly titled debut album, Good News. “Through this rough-ass year we’ve all been having, I felt like we could all use a lil bit of good news,” the rap diva announced recently on Instagram, although details about the LP’s tracklist and guest stars are still scarce at the moment. — Lyndsey Parker

Disney+.” data-reactid=”54″>Lego Star Wars Holiday Special premieres Tuesday, Nov. 17 on Disney+.

Nintendo 64’s video game spinoff is a stone-cold classic that’s just as playable today as it was in the ‘90s. — E.A. ” data-reactid=”56″>No Time To Die may be on ice until April 2021 at the earliest, but James Bond fans still have something to celebrate. Twenty-five years ago this week, GoldenEye kicked off Pierce Brosnan tenure as 007 and revitalized the franchise’s box-office power after Timothy Dalton’s commercially underwhelming (and critically underrated) run. While GoldenEye isn’t Brosnan’s best Bond adventure — that would be 1997’s Tomorrow Never Dies — it was the ideal vehicle to introduce him to audiences and reintroduce Bond to the world. Director Martin Campell (who would later launch the Daniel Craig era with 2006’s Casino Royale) brings back some of the globetrotting glamour that defined the franchise in its heyday and stages crisply-edited action sequences that are over-the-top without being completely cartoonish. The movie also features one of the best villainesses in Bond history: Famke Janssen’s Xenia Onatopp, who literally crushes on England’s top spy. And GoldenEye’s impact extends beyond movie screens; Nintendo 64’s video game spinoff is a stone-cold classic that’s just as playable today as it was in the ‘90s. — E.A. 

Ricky” and “I Love Rocky Road,” and mixed his accordion-heavy 1986 album, Polka Party!, providing an up-close-and-personal perspective as Weird Al’s star went supernova. “This book will undoubtedly appeal to both Weird Al completists and those who enjoy black-and-white photographs taken by drummers,” Yankovic writes in the typically hilarious forward. Here’s hoping we’ll get to see Schwartz’s snapshots from the 1987-1990 period that gave us “Fat,” Tapeheads and “Gandhi II.” — E.A. ” data-reactid=”67″>“Weird Al” Yankovic has never been out of fashion, but the new coffee table tome Black & White & Weird All Over preserves the beloved singer/songwriter’s vintage ‘80s lewks. Spanning 1983 to 1986 — after Dr. Demento and before UHF — these rare photos come directly from the archive of Jon “Bermuda” Schwartz, Yankovic’s drummer and personal shutterbug. Schwartz snapped away while his pal filmed the classic videos for “Ricky” and “I Love Rocky Road,” and mixed his accordion-heavy 1986 album, Polka Party!, providing an up-close-and-personal perspective as Weird Al’s star went supernova. “This book will undoubtedly appeal to both Weird Al completists and those who enjoy black-and-white photographs taken by drummers,” Yankovic writes in the typically hilarious forward. Here’s hoping we’ll get to see Schwartz’s snapshots from the 1987-1990 period that gave us “Fat,” Tapeheads and “Gandhi II.” — E.A. 

Amazon.” data-reactid=”68″>Black & White & Weird All Over: The Lost Photographs of “Weird Al” Yankovic ’83 – ’86 is available beginning Tuesday, Nov. 17 on Amazon.

Amazon.” data-reactid=”75″>Download/stream Fun on Amazon.

Amazon and Disney+.” data-reactid=”89″>Three Men and a Little Lady turns 30 on Saturday, Nov. 21, and is available to stream on Amazon and Disney+.

Apple Music.” data-reactid=”127″>Download/stream Classic Diamonds: Neil Diamond With The London Symphony Orchestra on Apple Music.

visit the official site for more information.” data-reactid=”130″>Celebrity Sale 4 Hope runs from Nov. 17-19; visit the official site for more information.

Not even close. But you have to wonder if he ever really had any intention. He spent his entire act mercilessly roasting the judges as the audience booed loudly (bunch of suck-ups). “Howie, I’m so glad you’re here, I’ve always wanted to know what a big toe would look like if it was a person,” he told Howie Mandel, each judge sounding their buzzer as they got blitzed. As a result, the bombastic Hooper racked up YouTube views and scored a return appearance this year, where this time the judges — gasp! — approved of his jabs. Now Hooper launches his first YouTube special, Alex Hooper: When Does the Club Shut?, described as “part abstract comedy show, part travelogue,” with the comic embedded in London comedy clubs pre-COVID. And hopefully still making fun of England’s (1,000th or so) favorite son, Simon Cowell. — K.P.” data-reactid=”133″>Alex Hooper didn’t win America’s Got Talent in 2018. Not even close. But you have to wonder if he ever really had any intention. He spent his entire act mercilessly roasting the judges as the audience booed loudly (bunch of suck-ups). “Howie, I’m so glad you’re here, I’ve always wanted to know what a big toe would look like if it was a person,” he told Howie Mandel, each judge sounding their buzzer as they got blitzed. As a result, the bombastic Hooper racked up YouTube views and scored a return appearance this year, where this time the judges — gasp! — approved of his jabs. Now Hooper launches his first YouTube special, Alex Hooper: When Does the Club Shut?, described as “part abstract comedy show, part travelogue,” with the comic embedded in London comedy clubs pre-COVID. And hopefully still making fun of England’s (1,000th or so) favorite son, Simon Cowell. — K.P.

a limited-run concert film (the final installment in the cinematic Cave trilogy that includes 2014’s 20,000 Days on Earth and 2016’s One More Time With Feeling) and an accompanying live double-album, Idiot Prayer: Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace. — L.P.” data-reactid=”137″>Australian post-punk legend Cave certainly demonstrated the healing powers of music when he played a globally live-streamed solo piano show at London’s famous “Ally Pally” this past July. That pandemic event is now a limited-run concert film (the final installment in the cinematic Cave trilogy that includes 2014’s 20,000 Days on Earth and 2016’s One More Time With Feeling) and an accompanying live double-album, Idiot Prayer: Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace. — L.P.

Apple Music.” data-reactid=”138″>Download/stream the album on Apple Music.

WATCH IT: Brooke Shields’s infamous Calvin Klein ad turns 40

banned the TV commercial, along with two ABC stations in New York City. A spokeswoman for one said it was “rejected on the basis of taste.” Similar commercials starring Shields were restricted to early mornings and after 9 p.m. ” data-reactid=”142″>“You wanna know what comes between me and my Calvins? Nothing,” the then 15-year-old model uttered in a suggestive commercial that debuted simultaneously with racy print ads featuring Shields on Nov. 19, 1980. By Nov. 20, CBS had banned the TV commercial, along with two ABC stations in New York City. A spokeswoman for one said it was “rejected on the basis of taste.” Similar commercials starring Shields were restricted to early mornings and after 9 p.m. 

Apple Music.” data-reactid=”148″>Download/stream Harmony on Apple Music.

Amazon.” data-reactid=”152″>A Game of Cat & Mouth is currently available on Amazon.

Apple Music.” data-reactid=”156″>Download/stream Wreckless Abandon on Apple Music.