Jim Parsons plays a nerd on his hit show "The Big Bang Theory," but in real life, the 45-year-old actor owns a home in the trendy L.A. neighborhood of Los Feliz.
50 Cent responded to his now-deleted social media post that poked fun at Terry Crews’s inaction when the actor was sexually assaulted.
Marvel Entertainment is preparing to launch a new comic book series centered around T’Challa’s sister, Shuri, months after the character stole the show in Ryan Coogler’s ‘Black Panther’ movie.
Former porn star Jenna Jameson took to Twitter on Monday, following the posthumous publication of an interview with “Parts Unknown” host Anthony Bourdain in which Bourdain sharply criticized the Clintons. “Cross the Clintons… get suicided,” Jameson wrote, along with a link to a story about the interview.
Sacha Baron Cohen’s secret Showtime series “Who Is America?” roped in 1 million total viewers on Sunday, accounting for audiences from its first airing, some encores, as well as streaming and on-demand tune-in. On linear TV alone, the sneak peek of “Who Is America?” at midnight ET/9 p.m. PT (Saturday) received 222,000 viewers. Whether one considers the 1 million mark, the sneak peek sum, or the time slot premiere to be the true measurement of the show’s initial success (or failure), it was a pretty slow start for “Who Is America?” While those are nowhere near “Homeland” numbers, Showtime says they are pretty much in line with some of its other Sunday series.
Casting will begin soon for the character, which will first appear on the DC crossover between "Arrow," "The Flash" and "Supergirl" this December.
Hulu is sinking its teeth into Anne Rice. The streaming service has picked up the author’s “Vampire Chronicles” TV series, an individual with knowledge of the deal tells TheWrap. Anne and son Christopher Rice will executive produce the project, alongside Anonymous Content’s David Kanter and Steve Golin, which has been in the works since 2016. There is currently no showrunner attached to the series.
While President Trump's performance drew widespread condemnation, the corporate lips of Fox News remain affixed to Trump’s backside.
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.
“The Walking Dead” star Michael Cudlitz is returning to the AMC zombie apocalypse series to direct Season 9’s seventh episode, a person with knowledge of production tells TheWrap. Cudlitz formerly played the show’s Abraham Ford character, who was killed by Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) in the Season 7 premiere, right before the Lucille-wielding villain also offed Glenn (Steven Yuen). The fan-favorite Cudlitz will be the first “Walking Dead” star to direct an episode of the series.