Cuoco and co-creator Chuck Lorre reveal that the version of Penny that "Big Bang Theory" audiences know and love wasn't originally in the show.'I guess it was just meant to be' »
The actress also wrote an open letter urging "great leader of the people" Trump to pardon WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Laura Savoie and Dennis Quaid make their first red carpet appearance since announcing their engagement.
Streaming service DC Universe has renewed “Titans” for a third season. The live-action superhero series will return in Fall 2020.“Titans” debuted in 2018 as the first DC Universe original series. The drama follows Dick Grayson, Rachel Roth (aka Raven), Kory Anders (aka Starfire), Gar Logan (aka Beast Boy), Hank Hall and Dawn Granger (aka Hawk and Dove), Donna Troy (aka Wonder Girl) and Jason Todd (aka Robin).The team is still learning to coexist as they battle adversary Deathstroke.Also Read: Disney+: All the Original TV Shows and Movies Set for Upcoming Streaming Platform (Photos)The series is based on DC Comics’ “Teen Titans,” a superhero team created in 1964 by Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani made up, in its original incarnation, primarily of teenagers who served as sidekicks to DC’s adult heroes.“Titans” is produced by Weed Road Pictures and Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. The series was developed by Akiva Goldsman & Geoff Johns & Greg Berlanti, based on characters from DC.Goldsman, Johns, Berlanti, Greg Walker and Sarah Schechter are the executive producers.Season 2 “Titans” episodes come out every Friday. All of Season 1 is available on the DC Universe platform.Read original story DC Universe Renews ‘Titans’ for Season 3 At TheWrap
"Harley is my dog. I love him. He’s a maniac, but I love him," she told PEOPLE about Mister Harley Brown.
Live-action drama "Titans" has been renewed for a third season at DC Universe. The news comes ahead of the conclusion of the 13-episode second season, which launched on the streaming service back in September. New episodes of the show drop on Fridays. The third season is slated to drop in Fall 2020. In the second […]
Todd Fisher recalls in an interview with Yahoo Entertainment that his late mother, actress Debbie Reynolds, bought back her dress from "Singin' in the Rain" after it was stolen.
On Saturday, the model acknowledged that the Cars frontman, from whom she had separated, had indeed removed her from his will just weeks before his Sept. 15 death.
Rodriguez tells an emotional Lochte, "I can relate because I had my same issues."
The Canadian-born singer claims he has passed his U.S. citizenship test, but must take another one.
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“We’ve been serving our combat veterans for 10 years now,” Lynn Coffland, founder of Catch a Lift and sister of late army veteran Chris Coffland, explained to Fox & Friends on Veteran’s Day.
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Tyler, The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival is always entertaining — last year featured Kanye West and Kid Cudi performing inside a giant glass box. But it inadvertently outdid itself this year with surprise appearances from Drake — who was booed offstage by a crowd that was expecting Frank Ocean — and, of all people, […]
MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” went over the pundit class’ reactions on Monday to news that former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg might hop into the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.Co-host Mika Brzezinski shared Axios reporting that said Bloomberg’s decision to file the necessary paperwork was just a “trial balloon to gauge interest,” then moved on to his poor internal polling and the suggestions raised by other Beltway insiders for what he should do instead of run.Also Read: Michael Bloomberg Prepares to Join 2020 Presidential Race as a DemocratPolitical thinkers from Washington Post conservative blogger Jennifer Rubin to Brookings Institute senior fellow Tom Wright and George Conway, husband of presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway, have all suggested the same thing: What if Bloomberg, a billionaire, bought Fox News instead?“He does have the money,” Brzezinski said.Also Read: Bill Maher Mocks a Bloomberg Presidential Bid: 'It's About Time Billionaires Got a Voice' (Video)The arguments from the others essentially boiled down to that same thing.Rubin wrote on Twitter, “First, buy Fox News. I’m entirely serious. It is a journalistic toxic-waste dump that has misinformed millions of Americans, damaged our civic culture, spread xenophobia and insulated an unfit president from scrutiny.”Conway said it would “be the greatest thing that he could do for the country.”Also Read: Washington Examiner Top Editor Defends Release of Kellyanne Conway Audio: No Excuse for 'Abusing' ReportersIf Bloomberg does move forward with an official presidential run, he will be making a late entrance into an already crowded group of Democratic presidential candidates and will likely be a comparable opponent to former vice president Joe Biden.Fox News did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Read original story MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski on Why Michael Bloomberg Should Buy Fox News: ‘He Does Have the Money’ At TheWrap
Over two years after being slapped with a lawsuit, John Oliver was finally able to talk about what was in the suit all while taking jabs at the man who brought it.
While presenting the Fashion Icon award at the People's Choice Awards, designer Jeremy Scott apologized for struggling to read the teleprompter.