While Megyn Kelly's legal team negotiates her departure from NBC, the “Today” show goes on without her.
Soon-Yi Previn's interview in defense of Woody Allen includes a claim that Hillary Clinton refused their campaign contribution.
CBS late night hosts Stephen Colbert and James Corden took different approaches in discussing the exit of their boss Les Moonves.
Sharon Osbourne and "The Talk" co-hosts talked of the Leslie Moonves scandal on Monday. Co-host Julie Chen, Moonves's wife, was absent.
NBC News Chairman Andrew Lack sent a memo to staff on Monday calling recent accusations baseless that the news organization buried journalist Ronan Farrow’s investigative piece into then sexual harassment rumors surrounding Harvey Weinstein. “We spent eight months pursuing the story but at the end of that time, NBC News — like many others before us — still did not have a single victim or witness willing to go on the record. “But Farrow did not agree with that standard.
“The assertion that NBC News tried to kill the Weinstein story while Ronan Farrow was at NBC News, or even more ludicrously, after he left NBC News, is an outright lie,” read the NBC statement. Earlier Thursday, Rich McHugh, a producer formerly of the NBC News investigative unit, told the New York Times that people at “the very highest levels of NBC” worked to quash the story at the network.
NBC News generates dozens of news items each day, but there’s one story that the NBCUniversal unit simply can’t bring to an end. NBC News’ handling of allegations of sexual harassment against powerful men is once again under scrutiny after Rich McHugh, the unit’s former supervising producer of investigative reporting lambasted top management for failing […]
Asia Argento, a leading voice in the #MeToo movement after being one of the first actresses to accuse disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein of rape, is now the accused, according to an exposé in the New York Times. Earlier this year, the Italian actress reportedly paid off Jimmy Bennett, who accused her of sexually assaulting him in 2013 when he was 17 and she was 37.
Allegations of sexual misconduct against the CBS CEO, rumored the day before, arrived Friday in the form of a shocking New Yorker magazine article loaded with recognizable names.
In a new interview, the controversial director applauds the crusade sparked by estranged son Ronan Farrow, saying he himself should be the "poster boy" for #MeToo, given his perfect track record working with actresses.
Moses Farrow wrote in a lengthy blog post Wednesday saying that Allen, his adopted father, has been “condemned for a crime he did not commit.” Dylan Farrow, Allen’s adopted daughter with ex-girlfriend Mia Farrow, has said Allen sexually assaulted her in an attic at Mia Farrow’s Connecticut home on Aug. 4, 1992. Moses Farrow, whom Allen and Farrow also adopted, said he was at the house that day and that nothing happened. Ronan Farrow took the side of his mother and sister in a Twitter post Thursday.
He makes the claims in a detailed new personal essay, titled "A Son Speaks Out," posted online Wednesday.