Brokaw was the only anchor to have led all three of its major news shows: "Nightly News," "Today" and "Meet the Press."
Gregory Sierra, who was a key part of two major 1970s sitcoms as Julio Fuentes on Sanford and Son and Sgt. Miguel “Chano” Amenguale on Barney Miller, has died. He was 83. Sierra died Jan. 4 in Laguna Woods, California, from cancer, according to a family spokesman. His death just became public today. Born in […]
President Joe Biden’s new Press Secretary Jen Psaki is giving us serious Scandal vibes, as fans noticed she's basically the twin of this fiery character.
A decade after Fox canceled “America’s Most Wanted,” the network is reviving the series — with new host Elizabeth Vargas. The new “America’s Most Wanted” will premiere this March on Fox, the network announced on Friday. The format will be the same: “Vargas will ask for viewers’ help as she breaks down cases from the […]
"I didn’t really drink the cocktail until after we finished the show," Parker told food blog "Grub Street."
One of the most memorable American roles of Croatian actress Mira Furlan, who died Jan. 20 at the age of 65, was on the hugely popular and acclaimed ABC drama series Lost. In 20 episodes of the show, Furlan played Danielle Rousseau, a French scientist who had shipwrecks on the island sixteen years prior to […]
Tom Brokaw, the anchor who rose from an early stint at a station in Sioux City, Iowa to anchor three of the nation’s best-known TV-news programs – “Today,” “NBC Nightly News” and, for a short time, “Meet the Press,” is set to step down formally from NBC News, where he has worked since 1966. Brokaw’s […]
Brie Larson is set to star in and executive produce the drama series “Lessons in Chemistry,” which has landed a straight-to-series order at Apple in a competitive situation, Variety has learned exclusively. Susannah Grant, who was previously nominated for an Academy Award for writing the screenplay for “Erin Brockovich,” will write and executive produce the series. […]
Step aside, Chuck Norris: This “Walker’s” got The CW line-dancing. The series premiere of “Supernatural” alum Jared Padalecki’s new CW show, a reboot of Norris’ old “Walker, Texas Ranger” program, drew the network’s largest overall audience (2.43 million) in the time slot since the Dec. 1, 2016 “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” debut. It was The CW’s most-watched telecast of any kind since a “Flash” episode nearly three years ago (Jan. 30, 2018). As a result, The CW finished fifth in primetime viewer averages, besting both Spanish-language broadcast channels. The CW, Univision and Telemundo tied for fifth-place in ratings among adults 18-49. Also Read: 'Walker': Genevieve Padalecki on Emily's Mysterious Death and That Poker Chip Like Fox, The CW has the advantage of only nationally programming two primetime hours per evening. CBS, NBC, ABC, Univision and Telemundo count the 10 o’clock hour in their primetime averages, and later usually means lower-rated. Still, those primetime rankings are good for The CW these days, though the network probably would have liked a better performance from its “Legacies” Season 3 premiere — especially following the “Walker” figures. All told, Thursday marked The CW’s most-watched Thursday primetime since March 29, 2018. Also Read: The CW's...Read original story Ratings: The CW’s ‘Walker’ Premiere Struts to 2.4 Million Viewers At TheWrap
We finally see what's outside Wanda's warped-reality bubble following a tragic callback to "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Senator Bernie Sanders appeared on Thursday’s "Late Night With Seth Meyers." And while he wasn’t wearing the mittens and coat from the viral picture of him at the recent presidential inauguration, he was happy to talk about the memes they’ve generated.
Ocasio-Cortez and others still feel unsafe as Republican lawmakers make repeated attempts to take guns into the House Chamber.
Mira Furlan, best known for her roles as Delenn on “Babylon 5” and Danielle Rousseau on “Lost,” died on Wednesday. She was 65. Her Twitter account announced the news on Thursday, and “Babylon 5” creator J. Michael Straczynski posted a tribute to the actress later that night. pic.twitter.com/uVlatjUocZ — Mira Furlan (@FurlanMira) January 22, 2021 […]
Jennings is one of several people "Jeopardy!" has lined up to host in the wake of Alex Trebek's death.
After a whirlwind proposal on "The Bachelorette," Dale Moss announced he and Clare Crawley have "decided to go our separate ways."
The inauguration of President Joe Biden won more viewers than President Donald Trump’s 2017 ceremony, per early Nielsen figures, and saw a reversal of fortunes for some of the nation’s best-watched cable-news outlets. Approximately 39.87 million people watched the half-hour swearing-in ceremony over the nation’s six major TV-news outlets, according to Nielsen, compared with 38.35 […]
Michelle Pfeiffer has signed on to star as Betty Ford in the upcoming Showtime series “The First Lady,” Variety has learned. In addition, Susanne Bier has signed on to direct and executive produce the anthology series. Formerly known as “First Ladies,” the show is described as a reframing of American leadership, told through the lens of the […]
Last night after Joseph Robinette Biden, Sr. and Kamala Devi Harris were sworn in during the 59th Inaugural Ceremonies (and the rest of America was serenaded by Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez and treated to a stirring poetry recital by young rising star Amanda Gorman), CBS, NBC and ABC aired the presidential inauguration special “Celebrating […]
Given the show’s continued popularity, The Office seems like a prime candidate for the reboot treatment. But none other than series star Steve Carell has preemptively cast cold water on that idea, speculating that the show wouldn’t fly in today’s climate.
In the new trailer that AMC dropped Thursday for The Walking Dead’s six Season 10 bonus episodes, Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s Negan is haunted by a familiar voice: his own. “Little pig, little pig, let me come in,” says a version of himself in full Saviors-boss drag (bat and all). And this was most definitely not […]
In the now-iconic image, Sanders sits at the U.S. Capitol in a folding chair, wearing a blue surgical mask, a brown parka and his now-famous wool mittens. Memes made by placing him in various pop-cultures scenes keep coming.
The rap pioneers' movie chronicles "being a female in music in a male-dominated, not just genre, but world," and how they "didn't become a tragic story."