Amal began her speech by saying, "It's somehow easier for me to address a court on behalf of a detainee than to speak publicly, as I'm doing for the first time tonight, about my husband."
It’s official: ABC has given a 10-episode series order to The Conners (working title), a spinoff of Roseanne, for fall 2018. The spinoff will take over the Tuesday 8 PM slot on the ABC schedule that was vacated when Roseanne was suddenly canceled following a controversial tweet by star and executive producer Roseanne Barr. ( Roseanne ‘s order had been for 13 episodes.) Barr will have no financial or creative involvement in the new series after reaching a settlement with…
A source confirms that Teresa Giudice's husband and "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star, Joe Giudice, is "in deportation proceedings in immigration court."
After 16 “make-betters” in Georgia, Queer Eye’s Fab 5 (Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Jonathan Van Ness) traveled to Australia recently to promote the series’ season 2 launch, and while there they went to work, helping transform a local resident in the town of — wait for it — Yass. “Just as Netflix found Gay, Georgia, on the map, leave it to them to find Yass, Australia,” Antoni, the series’ food and wine expert — who’s writing a cookbookand developing a New York City restaurant — says at the beginning of the “make-better,” available now to watch above.
Posing as Morgan, a red-head aspiring actress with cheek piercings who wears cat-eye glasses, Ashley Graham appears on Undercover Boss: Celebrity Edition on Friday. The curvy model, who has become the top curvy model in the world, attempts to start her career again from square one by going to an agency's open casting call. She then pretends that she doesn't have an ounce of confidence (meanwhile, her self-assurance and positivity is something that she's become known for) on a photo shoot.
Defense attorneys who've represented infamous criminals like Ted Bundy and Timothy McVeigh share chilling details of their cases.
Put down that pizza slice, Sick Sad World fans, because we have some news that just might put a smile on your face: Daria Morgendorffer is coming back to TV. MTV's beloved cult classic Daria originally aired from 1997 to 2002, but it's lived on forever in the hearts of its fans.
President Trump felt a need to be loved again, so he did what he always does when he needs love — he left his house and did a campaign rally.
Late night hosts weren't going to let Trump slide just because he signed an executive order halting his administration's mess at the border.
OK, you guys, it’s officially official: Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande are, in fact, engaged. Davidson confirmed the news on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon” on Wednesday night. “You know you didn’t have to get engaged to Ariana Grande to come on our show,” the late-night host told Davidson in the clip. Tonight Pete Davidson confirms his engagement to Ariana Grande.
She speaks, finally! After remaining silent for days during the raging debate over the separation of migrant children from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border, Ivanka Trump finally decided it time to weigh in — but only after her father, the president, had signed an order to end the policy. And the Internet was pissed. SEE ALSO: We read Ivanka Trump's insufferable new book so you don't have to First, here's Ivanka's tweet. Thank you @POTUS for taking critical action ending family separation at our border. Congress must now act + find a lasting solution that is consistent with our shared values;the same values that so many come here seeking as they endeavor to create a better life for their families — Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) June 20, 2018 And that's when the fire and fury of Twitter rained down on Ivanka, who has tried to make happy families her "thing" in the White House despite failing miserably at it. After days of radio silence, a senior White House official whose portfolio includes family issues breaks her silence to thank the president for ending a crisis he created (family separation) and initiating another one (detaining families together, indefinitely) https://t.co/dTwQQB9M8y — Robert Maguire (@RobertMaguire_) June 20, 2018 YOU DON’T THANK THE KIDNAPPER FOR RELEASING THE HOSTAGES https://t.co/ecLSmuiidc — Dan Pfeiffer (@danpfeiffer) June 20, 2018 Like I said....@iamsambee was too kind. You awful, awful woman. https://t.co/6qa1uOXwW0 — Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) June 20, 2018 This is...delusional. https://t.co/Afu3wjNhVt — Josh Sternberg (@joshsternberg) June 20, 2018 "Thank you, Daddy, for not acting like Satan for a few minutes. You're my hero." https://t.co/wQztUt2VQh — Mrs. Betty Bowers (@BettyBowers) June 20, 2018 Fuck all the way off https://t.co/OWM5kHNcs2 — Timothy Simons (@timothycsimons) June 20, 2018 Thank you for ending the horror that he started? Thank you for proving he was a liar when he said that only Congress could stop this? Thank you for signing an order that won’t stand up in court? What exactly should we thank him for, @IvankaTrump? https://t.co/Nj4lcWknqF — Bill Prady (@billprady) June 20, 2018 this fuckin sycophantic nepotistic clueless administrationhttps://t.co/rQHD5rSu4T — darth™ (@darth) June 20, 2018 Fucking fuck the fuck off, you useless fucking fuck. https://t.co/bj1i5wwWao — Dan Savage (@fakedansavage) June 20, 2018 You realize he was the one who started the family separation, right? And that his administration (OF WHICH YOU ARE A PART) has been planning this from the start? https://t.co/wREDW1B5YB — Geraldine (@everywhereist) June 20, 2018 Since @IvankaTrump suddenly cares about families being torn apart, perhaps she can take a moment from her busy schedule serving as apologist-in-chief to find out what's going to happen to the thousands of children who have already been separated from their parents. https://t.co/RKWf4Wr6Xf — Caroline O. (@RVAwonk) June 20, 2018 And, yes, "feckless" was quite a popular word in case you were wondering (h/t Sam Bee). You're shameless, disgusting, and ... wait for it ... FECKLESS. Resign. https://t.co/afQZuCyHcL — Jamie O'Grady (@JamieOGrady) June 20, 2018 What a feckless thing to say. https://t.co/P1U3CX8pwh — Hemant Mehta (@hemantmehta) June 20, 2018 Say, that's...feckless. https://t.co/W28N4mktMA — Quinn Cummings (@quinncy) June 20, 2018 There you go, being feckless, again. https://t.co/a13gFrI7zW — fakejenrauls (@jenrauls) June 20, 2018 Feckless. https://t.co/Xw8TIx0zkL — hola soy matt y tu (@yantastico) June 20, 2018 To say that Ivanka has failed the same people she claimed she would represent and defend while in the White House is being kind, as is labeling her complicit. With such a publicity stunt as this, it's crystal damn clear how much of a gross opportunist Ivanka is and calling her anything less is too kind. WATCH: Scientist Ivanka's accessories are Photoshopped separately
The CW has set premiere dates for its fall lineup, including “Riverdale,” “The Flash,” and “Black Lightning,” as well as new shows “Charmed,” “Legacies” and “All American.”
It looks like Apple is having a sunny day and sweeping the clouds away, as it has just given a multi-series order to Emmy Award-winning non-profit media and educational organization Sesame Workshop for a slate of children’s programs, a person with knowledge of production tells TheWrap. This marks Apple’s first foray into children’s programming since it began ordering TV content. The producer’s long-running “Sesame Street” is not part of the pact, as the program is currently airing on HBO under a five-year deal that runs through 2020.
Judd Apatow has made the connection between Fox News, Fox’s entertainment division, the Rupert Murdoch family that owns 21st Century Fox, and their unceasing support of everything Trump says and does.
Rachel Maddow later apologized on Twitter for becoming emotional when trying to report on the Trump administration's operation of shelters for very young children.