"I usually don’t get into politics," the cartoon matriarch started in a video shared on the official Twitter account of "The Simpsons."
Sara Haines will be returning to "The View" in September as a co-host for Season 24 of the ABC daytime talk show, Variety has learned. Haines, 42, is no stranger to the Hot Topics table. She served as a “View” co-host for two seasons -- from the fall of 2016 through the summer of 2018 […]
MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski went off Friday morning, urging supporters of President Donald Trump not to be so “stupid” and Republican lawmakers to “wake up” about the ways she says the president is dangerously impacting the country.“There’s clear disdain that I have for this president, but look at the facts,” the “Morning Joe” co-host said. “Look at how he’s worn us down, from his paid-off porn star to Russia lies to racism in Charlottesville, racism across the board, children in cages… I mean lie after lie after lie. Conspiracy theories. Our country right now is really at a breaking point. If we don’t find a way to hold this president accountable with his attempts to undermine the Post Office and also his apparent negligence — perhaps purposeful — on saving the American people’s lives in this pandemic. You are pathetic at this point.”She went on, accusing Trump of “choosing not to” keep people alive amid the coronavirus pandemic and accusing his fellow GOP lawmakers of letting it happen.Also Read: 'Morning Joe' Hosts Knock Trump for Contributing 'Not Once, but Twice' to Previous Kamala Harris Campaigns (Video)Brzezinski’s anti-Trump remarks lasted the duration of a three-hour show and caught attention online Friday.“How stupid can you be, at this point, if you follow this president?” she demanded at one point. “I beg you not to be, for your life!”Watch some of her Friday remarks below:SUPERCUT!@morningmika goes on wild rampage against @realDonaldTrump pic.twitter.com/iU7ePXaPf9— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) August 14, 2020Read original story MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski Calls Out Diehard Trump Supporters: ‘How Stupid Can You Be?’ At TheWrap
Kenya Barris explained why the controversial episode was pulled by ABC two years ago.
Da’Vonne Rogers took a brief moment during her live eviction vote to call for justice in the killing of Breonna Taylor.
In a new interview, notorious Bachelor villain Corinne Olympios explained why she "acted like a psychopath" to win Nick Viall's attention on the show.
JoJo Fletcher will be temporarily taking over as host of Season 16 of “The Bachelorette” for Chris Harrison, who has to undergo a two-week quarantine after dropping his son off at college in Texas.Harrison was told he can’t go back into La Quinta Resort & Club in La Quinta, California where the season is being filmed until he has quarantined for 14 days, according to reports from Variety and Us WeeklyReps for ABC and Warner Bros. did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment Thursday. The studio and network do not typically comment on casting rumors while the show is in production.Also Read: Will Tayshia Adams Take Over for Clare Crawley as the Bachelorette?“The moment he got back, Chris was told he could not set foot back on the set until he went through another 14-day quarantine,” a source close to production told Us. “The show’s contestants and crew all had to quarantine on the property for 14 days prior to the camera’s rolling. But it didn’t dawn on Chris he’d have to do it all over again if he simply left to take his kid to college.”Fletcher will take over for those 14 days, the source said, adding that Harrison is expected to be back in time for the last few episodes of the season.Also Read: Why ABC Is Heartbroken During July Sweeps Without 'The Bachelorette'Harrison’s son, Joshua, is attending Texas Christian University. The proud dad posted about dropping him off in an Instagram post Tuesday.“Just like that he’s gone. Thought dropping the big man off at college @texaschristianuniversity today was going to crush me but all I could feel is pride and excitement,” he wrote. “Especially now, so grateful that they have this opportunity. Now go take on the world and have the time of your life my boy.”A former “Bachelorette” herself, Fletcher competed on the 20th season of “The Bachelor” with Ben Higgins and later went on to become the 12th “Bachelorette.”Read original story JoJo Fletcher Temporarily Takes Over as ‘Bachelorette’ Host While Chris Harrison Quarantines At TheWrap
HBO has set an all-star lineup of featured performers in the adaptation of Ta-Nehisi Coates' "Between the World and Me." The HBO version's cast will include Angela Bassett, Oprah Winfrey, "Black Lives Matter" founder Alicia Garza, Joe Morton, Phylicia Rashad, The Roots' Tariq “Black Thought” Trotter, Courtney B. Vance, Pauletta Washington, and Susan Kelechi Watson. […]
Six decades in showbiz — four as one of the biggest stars of daytime TV — and it’s no surprise that Melody Thomas Scott has stories.
The late Glee actress died last month in an accidental drowning during a trip to a California lake with her 4-year-old son
On Wednesday, "Big Brother" houseguest Kaysar Ridha made it clear that he is an advocate for racial equality.
'America’s Got Talent' has already been wildly unpredictable this season, so of course Wednesday's quarterfinals results were no exception.
“The Crown” has found its Prince Phillip (again) to play opposite Imelda Staunton’s Queen Elizabeth for the Netflix drama’s final two seasons.Jonathan Pryce will take over the role from Tobias Menzies, who plays Elizabeth’s husband in Season 3 and 4, the latter of which debuts later this year. Matt Smith played the young Prince Phillip during the show’s first two seasons opposite Claire Foy. The fifth and sixth seasons of the Netflix drama will be the show’s last.Pryce joins Staunton and Lesley Manville, who will play Princess Margaret.Also Read: 'The Crown' Season 5 Won't Premiere Until 2022Netflix had initially planned to end the show after the fifth season, before deciding to extend it to six. That means that each version of the cast will have gotten to serve two seasons on the historical drama. “As we started to discuss the storylines for Series 5, it soon became clear that in order to do justice to the richness and complexity of the story we should go back to the original plan and do six seasons,” Creator Peter Morgan said. “To be clear, Series 6 will not bring us any closer to present day – it will simply enable us to cover the same period in greater detail.”Pryce is known his roles as the High Sparrow in “Game of Thrones,” along with a slew of other films including “Tomorrow Never Dies,” “Glengarry Glen Ross” and “Pirates of the Caribbean.” Most recently, he received an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of Pope Francis in “The Two Popes.”The upcoming fourth season of “The Crown,” which is expected to debut later this year, will cover Queen Elizabeth and the British royal family during the Princess Diana era. Season 3 of “The Crown,” which launched last November, left off in 1977 at the Queen’s Silver Jubilee.Read original story ‘The Crown': Jonathan Pryce Cast as Prince Phillip for Final Two Seasons At TheWrap
Sarah Cooper, who became a sensation by lip-syncing to Donald Trump on Twitter and TikTok, is getting her first comedy special thanks to Netflix.
Apple has ordered an animated series based on the classic children's book "Harriet the Spy" by Louise Fitzhugh, Variety has learned. Beanie Feldstein will voice the titular Harriet, while Jane Lynch will play her nanny, Ole Golly. In addition, Lacey Chabert will voice Marion Hawthorne, the queen bee at Harriet's school. Like the book, the series […]
Michael Dante DiMartino writes how he and fellow showrunner Bryan Konietzko lost control of the creative direction.
The Diana musical, which tells the story of the late Princess of Wales’ marriage to and divorce from Prince Charles, is scheduled to debut on Broadway May 25, 2021.
Sumner Redstone, a towering figure in media who built his father’s drive-in theater business into an empire that included Viacom, Paramount Pictures and CBS Corp., only to see his legacy tarnished in his final years by corporate battles and sordid allegations by former girlfriends, died Aug. 11 at his home in Los Angeles. He was […]
Cavuto’s recent streak of challenging claims made by President Trump now extend to his campaign's comments about Kamala Harris.
Will Smith attempts to overcome his fear of sharks by swimming with some of the largest species on earth.
"I have waited years for this. I love Simon, but I'm getting really used to this chair, buddy,” Kelly Clarkson joked Tuesday.
Mandel suffers from fear and depression as a result of his OCD, which he feels guilty about, especially when sitting next to Heidi Klum on "AGT."