In honor of Veterans Day on Friday, Nov. 10, MeTV will present its annual special broadcast of MeTV Remembers the M*A*S*H Finale at 7 pm ET/PT.
The three-hour program features exclusive interviews with the cast and creators of the Korean War-set comedy-drama, as well as the uncut 1983 series finale, which still holds the record for the most-watched scripted television broadcast in U.S. history with 105 million viewers.
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Repeats of M*A*S*H air Mondays-Fridays from 6-8 pm and Sundays from 7-8 pm on MeTV (which is available via cable and satellite systems, or free over-the-air).
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* Select DC Extended Universe movies — Man of Steel, Batman v. Superman, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, Justice League, Birds of Prey, Wonder Woman: 1984 and The Suicide Squad — will be available to stream on Netflix, beginning Friday, Dec. 1.
* Jake Johnson’s feature directorial debut, Self Reliance, which was previously pushed from September to November, will now be released Friday, Jan. 12 on Hulu. In the comedic thriller, “a middle-aged man (Johnson) is invited into a limo by famous actor Andy Samberg,” at which point “his dull life takes a thrilling turn. Johnson is offered a chance to win a million dollars in a dark web reality TV show, where assassins from all over the world attempt to kill him for 30 days. The catch? He can’t be killed if he’s not entirely alone, leading him to recruit an unlikely team to help him survive.” Anna Kendrick, Natalie Morales, GaTa, Emily Hampshire, Christopher Lloyd, and Wayne Brady co-star.
* Mandy Patinkin’s previously announced Hulu comedy Career Opportunities in Murder and Mayhem will now be called Death and Other Details and premiere in Winter 2024. “Set amidst the glamor of the global elite, the 10-episode comedy centers on the brilliant and restless Imogene Scott (God Friended Me‘s Violett Beane), who finds herself in the wrong place/wrong time — okay, it was kinda her fault — and becomes the prime suspect in a locked room murder mystery,” according the official logline. “The setting? A lavishly restored Mediterranean ocean liner. Suspects? Every pampered guest and every exhausted crew member. The problem? To prove her innocence, she must partner with a man she despises — Rufus Cotesworth (Patinkin), the world’s greatest detective.”
* The Roku Channel has released a trailer for The Great American Baking Show: Celebrity Holiday special, which reveals celebrity bakers Arturo Castro, DeAndre Jordan, Ego Nwodim, Heather McMahan, Joel McHale and Phoebe Robinson. It premieres Friday, Nov. 10:
* Netflix has released a trailer for the body-swap movie Family Switch, premiering Thursday, Nov. 30:
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