President Donald Trump’s grotesque summit press conference with Russian leader Vladimir Putin drew widespread condemnation from American citizens, journalists, and a disgracefully few Republicans. On Monday night, Tucker Carlson led off Fox’s prime time schedule doing his usual routine—distraction via what-about-ism. After Republicans ranging from Newt Gingrich to Paul Ryan said that Trump was shockingly deferential to Russian president Vladimir Putin in the wake of this, Carlson said, “Ask Paul Ryan, does he think Saudi Arabia shares our interests?” Later, Carlson asked “Is Russia a greater threat than China?” In other words, there are other bad actors on the world stage, so get off Trump’s back.
Ronda Rousey broke the rules again when she showed up at "WWE Monday Night Raw," where she went beast mode on Alexa Bliss and Mickie James.
President Trump sat down with Sean Hannity before he learned the resounding negative reactions to his press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
"Baron Cohen did not present himself as a disabled veteran, and viewers nationwide who watched the premiere on Sunday can now attest to that,” Showtime said.
Nickelodeon is reviving the animated kids series “Rugrats” with a 26-episode order and a live-action film from Paramount Players. Arlene Klasky, Gábor Csupó and Paul Germain, creators of the original 1991 series, will return as executive producers. The movie, which is written by David Goodman and described as a “live-action film featuring CGI characters,” is slated for a November 13, 2020 release.
Mike Colter, star of "Luke Cage," visited "The Talk" and said that his daughter swallowed part of his action figure and he dedicated himself to finding it.
Anderson Cooper was only one of the harsh voices to condemn President Trump's press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
LuAnn de Lesseps has checked back into rehab, Yahoo Entertainment confirms. She will miss this week's reunion taping of the hit Bravo show, "The Real Housewives of New York City."
President Trump’s joint press conference with Vladimir Putin on Monday didn’t exactly get the reaction Trump probably hoped for. Unless what he wanted was for a trending topic to be the word “treason.”
Hulu has slotted Friday, September 14 for the premiere of Beau Willimon's straight-to-series drama The First, starring Natascha McElhone and Sean Penn. The premium streaming service also released first-look photos of the series, some of which can be seen above and below. Written by Willimon and executive produced by Willimon and his producing partner Jordan Tappis, The First follows the first human mission to Mars, exploring the challenges of taking the first steps toward…
Starcourt Mall has it all, featuring all the retro stores of yore and a state-of-the-art food court where Steve and newcomer Robin work the ice cream scoopers.
Jenna Dewan is set for a recurring role in the second season of the Fox medical drama “The Resident.” Dewan will play Julian Lynn, described as a sharp and sophisticated medical device rep with an ability to connect with just about anybody. Her warmth, beauty and charisma make her highly effective at a job she loves. […]
“UnReal” fans got a special treat on Monday when Hulu made the entire fourth and final season of the former Lifetime drama available to stream with no warning. As TheWrap previously reported, Hulu made a deal with “UnReal” producers A+E Studios to be the new home for the show’s fourth outing, which has now officially been confirmed as the show’s last. Season 4 follows Rachel (Shiri Appleby) and Quinn (Constance Zimmer) as they return to the set of the dating show-within-a-show “Everlasting” for an “All Stars” themed season.