Tourists at 30 Rock were delighted to see Jimmy Fallon, but when Michelle Obama revealed herself, they could hardly contain themselves.
Leslie Moonves was known to take an active dislike of David Letterman making fun of him during that host’s tenure on CBS’ “The Late Show.” He probably isn’t enjoying being mentioned by Stephen Colbert either. Colbert used his monologue on Tuesday’s broadcast to poke fun at the former CBS Corp. CEO, who yesterday learned that […]
A movie version of crime series “Luther” is moving forward, with writer-creator Neil Cross working on the script, the show’s star Idris Elba confirmed at the launch of Season 5 in London. “We are really advancing on getting a movie version [of the show] up on the screen,” Elba said. “Neil is beavering away on […]
Adam Sandler is known for making audiences laugh, but he also knows how to make them miss someone.
In a competitive situation, Bravo is developing a new version of “Queer as Folk,” Variety has learned exclusively. Russell T. Davies, the creator of the original UK series, is onboard the new project as an executive producer. Stephen Dunn is attached to write, direct, and executive produce. Nicola Shindler of Red Productions, who executive produced the […]
Tucker Carlson stood behind the controversial comment he made about immigration on Monday night as the number of corporations that have stopped advertising on his show continues to rise.
Amblin Television has acquired the rights to Akira Kurosawa’s acclaimed film “Rashomon” with plans to develop it as an anthology series. Each season of the 10-episode series would focus on a singular event told from multiple points of view where each of the main characters provides a unique and different perspective of the event based […]
George Takei has boarded “The Terror” Season 2 both as a series regular and consultant. The second season of the AMC anthology series takes place during World War II and is set, in part, in a Japanese-American internment camp. Takei himself was imprisoned in two such internment camps when he was a child. As a consultant, […]
Netflix has conjured up some excellent news for Chilling Adventures of Sabrina fans: The Kiernan Shipka-led drama series has been renewed for Seasons 3 and 4, TVLine has learned. The streaming giant has ordered 16 more episodes of Sabrina, which will release in two parts (officially called Parts 3 and 4). Production on the new installments […]
Bristol Palin hoped that meeting with a PTSD specialist would help her better communicate with ex-husband Dakota Meyer, a former Marine, but things went off-track quickly.
Kennedy recently had viewers declaring her “the next Whitney," and now fans are calling the 14-year-old top four finalist “Beyoncé Jr.”
A retired sheriff’s detective sued Netflix for defamation on Monday, alleging that the hit series “Making a Murderer” falsely suggested that he planted evidence to frame a murder suspect. Andrew Colborn filed suit in Manitowoc County Circuit Court in Wisconsin, alleging that he had been subject to “worldwide ridicule, contempt and disdain” since the docuseries […]
"The conclusions of the CBS board were foreordained and are without merit," says Les Moonves' attorney in reaction to the decision announced today to give the now fired with cause and much accused former CEO nothing in severance. At the same time, Gloria Allred wants the investigation into Moonves' behavior and the culture at CBS made public and monies to women "who can prove they are victims." Having resigned in disgrace in September as yet another round of sexual…
The CBS board of directors said in a statement Monday that Moonves has failed to cooperate fully in the investigation and violated company policies.
Elementary‘s forthcoming seventh season will be its last, CBS announced Monday. “A lot of parties came together and talked about their positions on the show — both in terms of business and in terms of creative — and we all decided that this was an opportune time to say goodbye to a show that has […]
ABC Studios has cleared Showtime’s “SMILF” creator and star Frankie Shaw following an investigation into an accusation of misconduct, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap. Shaw’s behavior was under review due to a complaint made by Samara Weaving (above left), a series regular on the first two seasons of “SMILF,” to a director and fellow series star Rosie O’Donnell, according to an individual with knowledge of the investigation. Weaving — who plays Nelson Rose, the love interest of Rafi (Miguel Gomez), the father of Shaw’s character’s young son — complained about being asked to perform a nude sex scene and that while speaking with O’Donnell had mentioned she was made uncomfortable by Shaw’s behavior during a similar scene in the first season, according to the individual.
The "Wicked Tuna" family is grieving after William Joseph "Willbilly" Hathaway died after his car crashed into a ditch on Saturday in Salisbury, Md.
Carrie Underwood could have just ignored it when Jessica Smetana, a producer and showrunner for Sports Illustrated, mentioned her Sunday night on Twitter. But the country star didn't.