Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Darkest Journey Home
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Darkest Journey Home
Josh: With his statement about "civil war", Trump appears to be telling his most ardent supporters to rise up and foment civil war in the U.S. This is not merely unconscionable, it is the textbook definition of treason under the U.S. Constitution. "Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort." - Article 3, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution. "The assembling of a body of men for the purpose of effecting by force a treasonable object; and all who perform any part however minute, or however remote from the scene of action, and who are leagued in the general conspiracy, are considered as engaged in levying war, within the meaning of the constitution." - A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856 Add one more charge to the Articles of Impeachment. Further, those members of the Administration and/or Congress who knowingly fail to act to prevent such treason, or withhold evidence of an act of treason are themselves guilty of conspiring to commit treason.
Opera legend Jessye Norman died Monday at age 74.The soprano died from septic shock and multi-organ failure secondary to complications of a spinal cord injury she had sustained in 2015, according to family statement issued to the Associated Press.“We are so proud of Jessye’s musical achievements and the inspiration that she provided to audiences around the world that will continue to be a source of joy. We are equally proud of her humanitarian endeavors addressing matters such as hunger, homelessness, youth development, and arts and culture education,” the family statement read.More to come… Read original story Jessye Norman, Opera Legend, Dies at 74 At TheWrap
Fox is bringing out the big guns for its highly-anticipated debut of “Friday Night SmackDown” this Friday, with none other than The Rock making a special appearance.The popular wrestler, known more as Dwayne Johnson these days, hasn’t been on “SmackDown” since 2013. Long since retired from the WWE, he has made sporadic appearances, with the most recent coming in Wrestlemania 32 in 2016.The Oct. 4 debut broadcast will immediately be preceded by a half-hour “blue carpet” special. The Oct. 4 blue carpet, starting at 7:30 p.m. ET, will feature “arrivals and backstage access to celebrities and athletes, as well as past and present WWE Superstars to kick off the new era of WWE on Fox.” Appropriately, Fox’s first “Friday Night SmackDown” episode is taking place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.Also Read: Inside WWE's 'SmackDown' and 'Raw' Creative Team Shakeup (Exclusive)TheWrap first reported Fox’s acquisition of “SmackDown” and its intention to move the show from Tuesdays to Friday nights. We also first reported that the show would remain live.The “SmackDown” debut comes amid a carriage dispute between Fox and Dish Network, which has resulted in 17 Fox-owned stations in major markets like New York, Dallas, Chicago and the premiere event’s host city of Los Angeles. Cable networks like Fox Sports 1 are also blacked out to Dish subs nationwide.Along with “SmackDown,” Fox Sports and WWE are partnering on a studio show that will air on FS1. The hour-long show “WWE Backstage,” will be hosted by WWE on-air personality Renee Young and Hall-of-Fame wrestler Booker T. It will air every Tuesday at 11/10c (8 p.m. PT), beginning on Nov. 5. A special preview of the new series will run Tuesday, Oct. 15 following the conclusion of FS1’s ALCS (Major League Baseball’s American League Championship Series) Game 3.Check out The Rock’s tweet below:FINALLY…I come back home to my @WWE universe. This FRIDAY NIGHT, I’ll return for our debut of SMACKDOWN! LIVE on @FOXTV. There’s no greater title than thepeopleschamp. And there’s no place like home. Tequila on me after the show ????????IfYaSmell???? SmackdownRocksShow FOX pic.twitter.com/V5i4cxqIqH— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) September 30, 2019Read original story Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson to Appear on Fox’s ‘SmackDown’ Premiere At TheWrap
Dog the Bounty Hunter revealed that he's been diagnosed with a serious heart problem, and Dr. Oz stages an intervention to make sure Chapman gets the care he needs.
Phoenix, instead, modeled his joker after another actor, Ray Bolger, who’s best known to audiences as the Scarecrow in "The Wizard of Oz."
The comedian appeared on Monday’s "Red Table Talk" to have a frank conversation about white privilege.
McCain also called Trump's reference to civil war "horrible," while Whoopi Goldberg said threats against the whistleblower are "un-American."
Jerry Seinfeld has defeated a lawsuit claiming he stole the Netflix hit "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" from a former colleague who said he had pitched the idea for the show a decade before its debut. U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan in Manhattan on Monday said Christian Charles took too long to sue, having waited six years to file his lawsuit after Seinfeld had in 2012 rejected his copyright claim. "Today's victory is a complete vindication," Seinfeld's lawyer, Orin Snyder, said in a statement.
Snoop Dogg's son Corde Broadus took to Instagram just two days after losing his son Kai Love, sharing an incredibly strong message of hope.
"If any of the women on this show behaved the way some of the men were behaving, we would be hysterical maniac crazy bitches all over the internet," she said.
65-year-old weather anchor Al Roker returned to the Today Show show Monday following his hip replacement surgery this month, after taking less than two weeks off.
Ewan McGregor’s daughter Clara revealed in a heartbreaking Instagram post that she has suffered addiction, depression, domestic abuse and rape.
Busbee, a Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer, has died at 43 — and the music community is paying tribute to him.
Two great pieces of news from the Upside Down: “Stranger Things” has been renewed for a fourth season at Netflix and the streaming service has signed the sci-fi series’ creators and showrunners, Matt and Ross Duffer a.k.a. The Duffer Brothers, to a multi-year film and series overall deal.And to accompany this announcement, Netflix dropped an announcement video that hints “Stranger Things 4” won’t take place in the fictional Hawkins, Indiana, following the “Stranger Things 3” finale’s major post-credits scene cliffhanger. Watch the clip above to see what we’re talking about here.The financial terms of the Duffers’ overall deal with Netflix were not disclosed.Also Read: 'Stranger Things' Star Noah Schnapp Explains Season 3's Ambiguity About Will“Stranger Things,” which launched its third season July 4, stars Millie Bobby Brown, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp, Winona Ryder, Charlie Heaton, Natalia Dyer, Joe Keery, Gaten Matarazzo, Sadie Sink, Caleb McLaughlin, Maya Hawke and Priah Ferguson.The series was created by The Duffer Brothers and is produced by Monkey Massacre Productions and 21 Laps Entertainment. The Duffers executive produce the series alongside Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen of 21 Laps Entertainment and Iain Paterson.“The Duffer Brothers have captivated viewers around the world with ‘Stranger Things’ and we’re thrilled to expand our relationship with them to bring their vivid imaginations to other film and series projects our members will love,” Netflix’s Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said in a statement Monday. “We can’t wait to see what The Duffer Brothers have in store when they step outside the world of The Upside Down.”Also Read: Finn Wolfhard on 'Stranger Things 3' Finale's Post-Credits Cliffhanger, Mike and Eleven's Future“We are absolutely thrilled to continue our relationship with Netflix,” the Duffers added. “Ted Sarandos, Cindy Holland, Brian Wright, and Matt Thunell took a huge chance on us and our show — and forever changed our lives. From our first pitch meeting to the release of Stranger Things 3, the entire team at Netflix has been nothing short of sensational, providing us with the kind of support, guidance, and creative freedom we always dreamed about. We can’t wait to tell many more stories together — beginning, of course, with a return trip to Hawkins!”Courtesy of NetflixHere’s the Duffers’ bio, courtesy of Netflix:The twin brothers were raised in Durham, North Carolina and began making films in the third grade using the Hi8 camcorder they received as a gift from their parents. They went on to attend Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, graduating in 2007 with degrees in film production.After graduating, the Duffer Brothers wrote and directed several short films, attracting the attention of both Warner Bros., which acquired their script for the post-apocalyptic horror film Hidden, and filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan, who hired them as writers for multiple episodes of the Fox series Wayward Pines.Building on their growing success, the Duffer Brothers pitched their idea for Stranger Things, an homage to 1980s genre films. The series was picked up by Netflix and premiered in the summer of 2016 to critical-acclaim and went on to become a global phenomenon, with Matt and Ross at the helm as writers, directors and showrunners.Stranger Things has garnered over 50 awards nominations, including those from the Emmys, the Golden Globes, the Grammys, SAG, DGA, WGA, BAFTA, the Art Directors Guild and the People’s Choice Awards, among many others.The Duffers are repped by Alex Kohner of Morris Yorn Barnes Levine Krintzman Rubenstein Kohner & Gellman, and repped as directors by CAA.Read original story ‘Stranger Things’ Renewed for Season 4; Duffer Brothers Sign Overall Film and TV Deal With Netflix At TheWrap