"You can’t control women because, I don’t know if y’all heard, but women are the same as humans," she fumes on "Saturday Night Live."
In the "Saturday Night Live" season finale, DJ Khaled wore Nipsey Hussle's face on his sweatshirt and was joined onstage by John Legend and Lil Wayne.
Alec Baldwin's Trump boasts he's on “cruise control to a second term and there’s nothing the Democrats in Congress can do about it.”
"Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" is coming to an end. Variety has learned exclusively that the syndicated game show has been canceled. To date, it has aired nearly 3,000 episodes, including over 300 when the show aired on ABC. "After a successful 17-year run, 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire' will not return in […]
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'The View' co-host Meghan McCain hits back at people who have shamed her for her weight.
NBCUniversal is getting in on the show-shuffling act. "Dirty John" will be departing Bravo for its NBCU sister USA Network for its second season, which is expected to air in 2020. The shift seems to makes tonal sense for the conglomerate, given that Bravo is known primarily for its unscripted content (think "Project Runway" and […]
“The Big Bang Theory” ended with, well, a bang Thursday night: The long-running CBS sitcom’s hour-long series finale scored a 3.1 rating in the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic and 18 million viewers, according to overnight Nielsen data.That key demo rating is the best the Chuck Lorre-created comedy has seen since it landed its last 3.1 in January 2018. The two-part finale’s total viewer tally marks more than a 3-year high in “BBT’s” overall-eyeballs count, with the previous winner being the Season 9 premiere in 2015, which scored 18.2 million total viewers. CBS won Thursday primetime outright, thanks to those gaudy numbers.Also Read: Why Chuck Lorre Is So Relaxed About 'The Big Bang Theory' Series FinaleCBS was first in ratings with a 2.0 rating/10 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 12 million, according to preliminary numbers. From 8-9 p.m., “The Big Bang Theory” series finale landed that previously mentioned 3.1 and 18 million viewers, plus a 16 share. At 9, the second season finale of “Young Sheldon” earned a 2.2/10 and 13.7 million viewers. At 9:30, the “Big Bang Theory” farewell special put up a 1.8/8 and 11.8 million viewers. The “S.W.A.T.” finale at 10 received a 0.9/4 and 6 million viewers.ABC was second in ratings with a 0.8/4 and in viewers with 4.4 million. At 8, “Grey’s Anatomy” ended its season with a 1.3/7 and 5.9 million viewers. At 9, the “Station 19” Season 2 finale got a 0.8/4 and 4.9 million viewers. The “For the People” series finale at 10 managed a 0.5/2 and 2.6 million viewers.NBC was third in ratings with a 0.6/3 and in viewers with 2.5 million. At 8, “Superstore” had a 0.6/3 and 2.4 million viewers. The comedy’s season finale at 8:30 got that same rating and share but fell to 2 million viewers. At 9, the first episode of the “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Season 6 finale took a 0.5/3 and 1.7 million viewers. At 9:30, the second episode also got a 0.5/2, but fell to 1.5 million viewers. “Law & Order: SVU” at 10 earned a 0.7/4 and 3.5 million viewers.Also Read: Ratings: 'Survivor' Season 38 Finale Slips to Record Low in Total ViewersTelemundo and Univision tied for fourth in ratings, both with a 0.4/2. Telemundo was fourth in total viewers with 1.3 million and Univision was sixth with 1 million viewers.Fox was sixth in ratings with a 0.3/2 and fifth in viewers with 1.1 million. Those numbers, plus a 2 share, were brought in by “Paradise Hotel,” which aired from 8-10 p.m. and filled the network’s entire primetime block.The CW was seventh in ratings with a 0.2/1 and in viewers with 568,000. At 8, “iZombie” had a 0.2/1 and 615,000 viewers. At 9, “In the Dark” saw a 0.2/1 and 521,000 viewers.Read original story Ratings: ‘Big Bang Theory’ Series Finale Blows Up Thursday With 18 Million Viewers, Best Since 2015 At TheWrap
Veteran “60 Minutes” Steven Kroft will retire from the show where he has been a fixture since joining in 1989.“Steve Kroft’s reporting for ’60 Minutes’ has been as important as any correspondent’s in the history of this broadcast,” executive producer Bill Owens said in a statement on Friday. “Steve, with his sharp eye for detail, rich writing and demanding journalism, has set the bar at ’60 Minutes’ for three decades.”Kroft’s last show will be May 19 but the program will plan a special broadcast in September to celebrate his 50-year career in journalism.Also Read: Inside the CBS Upfront: James Corden Tweaks 'Blue Bloods,' and 'Big Bang Theory' Gets a SendoffKroft, who first joined CBS in 1980, is one of the network’s most celebrated reporters, and has amassed a trove of journalism awards including Peabodys and Polks during his years at the network. When he first signed on with “60 Minutes,” he joined what the network called a “Murderers’ Row” of correspondents including Mike Wallace, Morley Safer, Harry Reasoner and Ed Bradley. During his two decades on set, he became primarily known for his investigative coverage, which could often drives news cycles for days.The departure of Kroft comes as the show plans to welcome its newest correspondent, John Dickerson. Formerly host of the network’s Sunday morning program “Face the Nation,” Dickerson moved to “CBS This Morning” in January 2018. Earlier this month, he was formally moved off the show to “60 Minutes” as part of a broader shakeup by network boss Susan Zirinsky intended to juice CBS News’ moribund rantingsAmong other changes, Norah O’Donnell will replace Jeff Glor as anchor and managing editor of “CBS Evening News,” and Gayle King will be joined on “CBS This Morning” by longtime channel stalwarts Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil. It is unclear what future role Glor may have or even whether he will remain at CBS.Read original story Steve Kroft to Retire From ’60 Minutes’ This Month At TheWrap
'The Big Bang Theory' cast reminisces about their time on the show and reveal some secrets as the show ends its 12 year run.
Tomi Lahren, along with many Democratic and Republican lawmakers, denounced the Southern state’s law, signed Wednesday by governor Kay Ivey, that bans abortion, even in cases of incest and rape.
In the end, Big Bang Theory‘s unluckiest lovebird lost his girlfriend but gained a Buffy the Vampire Slayer, staking claim to one of the series finale’s biggest moments in the process. As previously, lightly teased, Sarah Michelle Gellar made a surprise cameo in Thursday’s swan song (read full recap here) as Raj’s date to Sheldon […]
Warning: The following contains spoilers from Thursday’s Superstore finale. Superstore creator Justin Spitzer previously told TVLine that Season 4’s cliffhanger would be “the biggest one we’ve ever had” — and he wasn’t kidding. In the second half of Thursday’s double-header, corporate authorized an ICE raid to stymie the establishment of a workers’ union at Store 1217. Jeff phoned […]
Warning: This article is dark and full of Game of Thrones season 8 spoilers. If you follow Game of Thrones — or follow the GoT fandom, or just even go on Twitter, really — you'll know that viewers are less than thrilled with season 8. One of the disappointing aspects has been Tyrion's character: once renowned for his scheming abilities […]
Both Lindsey Beer and James Wan have signed on as executive producers for the upcoming Mark Millar Netflix series "The Magic Order." Beer will serve as writer and showrunner on the series while Wan will also direct the debut episode. Wan will executive produce under his Atomic Monster production banner. Michael Clear will also executive […]
Sunny Hostin tells Howard Stern she used to find his show "so offensive", and claims he used racist language on it.
"Bachelorette" Hannah Brown was a guest on "Live" days after Kelly Ripa slammed the reality dating competition as a "gross, gross show."
A LOT of people are into Keanu whispering "I missed your thighs" in the trailer for "Always Be My Maybe."
The CW has released trailers for its three new shows premiering throughout the 2019-2020 season. Continuing to expand its DC Universe franchise, the network has placed "Batwoman," with Ruby Rose in the title world on Mondays. The other new show joining the fall lineup is "Nancy Drew," which will air on Wednesday nights. The CW […]
Netflix might have their own “Crazy Rich Asians” on their hands. In the romantic comedy “Always Be My Maybe,” Ali Wong and Randall Park play an adorable couple who are childhood friends and former lovers.Fifteen years removed from their fling and falling out, Sasha (Wong) is now a successful celebrity chef and Marcus (Park) is still living at home and working for his dad. And in the first trailer for the film, it all looks and sounds very cute, but doesn’t skimp on the foul-mouthed wordplay and double entendres that Wong has come to be known for in her stand-up comedy.“It might be even smaller and grosser than I remember,” Wong says as she looks at the backseat of Park’s old Corolla where they once hooked up. “You better still be talking about my backseat,” Park responds.Also Read: 'Birds of Prey': Ali Wong Joins Cast in Supporting Role (Exclusive)Nahnatchka Khan, known for her work on “Fresh Off the Boat” and “Don’t Trust the B____ in Apt. 23,” directs “Always Be My Maybe,” which also features Michelle Buteau, Vivian Bang, Karan Soni, Charlyne Yi, Daniel Dae Kim, James Saito and Lyrics Born.The trailer for the rom-com also features a hilarious cameo with John Wick himself, Keanu Reeves. Wong and Reeves have a passionate love affair in the film, and their intimate scene together looks like they’re about to go to town on each other in public.Wong, Park and Michael Golamco all wrote the script together, and “Always Be My Maybe” is produced by Nathan Kahane and Erin Westerman, as well as Wong and Randall Park. Brendan Ferguson executive produces.“Always Be My Maybe” launches globally on Netflix on May 31 as well as in select theaters. Watch the first trailer above.Read original story Ali Wong and Randall Park Are Adorable Together in Rom-Com ‘Always Be My Maybe’ Trailer (Video) At TheWrap
The "Grey's Anatomy" star defended "Bachelor" critic Ripa after Mike Fleiss claimed the dating show franchise pays her salary.