Norah O’Donnell is in danger of losing the top spot at “CBS Evening News,” as cost-slashing execs at the broadcasting giant quietly search for her replacement amid sagging ratings, The Post has learned. The 47-year-old news anchor — who muscled her way into the evening slot in 2019 as she fled a reportedly strained relationship with […]

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After testing positive for COVID-19 last week, Fox News host Neil Cavuto begged the news network’s viewers to get vaccinated, saying that doing so likely saved his life. “I can’t stress this enough. It’s not about left or right, not who’s conservative or liberal. Last time I checked, everyone, regardless of political persuasion is coming […]

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James Michael Tyler, the actor who portrayed Gunther in Friends, died peacefully at his home in Los Angeles on Sunday after battling Stage 4 prostate cancer, Deadline has confirmed. He was 59. Tyler, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2018, opened up about his struggles to Today in June. He confirmed the “late-stage cancer” had spread to […]

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ABC cop drama The Rookie is banning “live” weapons on its set, effective immediately, following the fatal shooting on the set of Alec Baldwin’s Rust. Showrunner Alexi Hawley led the charge for the change as sources say he informed ABC executives that production would no longer be using quarter or half loads while filming the Nathan Fillion-led drama. […]

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Fox News’ Chris Wallace commended colleague Peter Doocy and the tough back-and-forth he had with Jen Psaki Friday. During Friday’s press briefing, Psaki was confronted by Doocy over President Joe Biden saying at Thursday night’s CNN town hall he’s been to the border. Biden was questioned about whether he would go to the border as president, and said he’s been […]

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Alec Baldwin on Friday expressed “shock and sadness” over an incident on the set of his film, Rust, where a gun he was handling misfired, killing the cinematographer and injuring the director. Director of photography Halyna Hutchins, 42, died after being injured Thursday when the prop gun was discharged by Baldwin, the Western’s producer and star. Hutchins […]

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Peter Scolari, who rose to stardom on the brilliant-but-canceled “Bosom Buddies” alongside Tom Hanks, died Friday morning at age 66 of cancer, after a two-year illness. His death was confirmed by his manager Ellen Lubin Sanitsky at Wright Entertainment. Scolari was a prolific actor, both on television and on Broadway. He won an Emmy in […]

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The Santa Fe Sheriff’s Department confirmed Thursday night that Alec Baldwin “discharged” the prop gun that killed one Rust crew member and injured director Joel Souza on the set of the Western feature film on location in New Mexico. Director of photography Halyna Hutchins, 42, died not long after being transported to a hospital in Albuquerque, NM this afternoon. Souza, […]

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“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” creators Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna are re-teaming on a comedy series currently in development at Hulu, Variety has learned. Titled “Badass (And Her Sister),” the series focuses on an impossibly badass spy (Bloom) who tires of her life of sexy espionage goes to live with her pushover twin sister (also played by Bloom) and, together, they learn what […]

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The lives and epic love story of rocker Ozzy Osbourne and manager and personality Sharon Osbourne will be the subject of an upcoming feature film. The untitled project comes from Polygram Entertainment, and will follow a biopic format centering on their decades-long bond — one that exploded to the heights of pop culture with the flagship MTV reality series […]

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Hundreds of protesters arrived at Netflix’s Vine office on Wednesday morning for a rally to support the streamer’s trans employees, who began a virtual walkout to push back against Netflix co-CEO and chief content officer Ted Sarandos’ handling of Dave Chappelle’s latest comedy special, The Closer. During the virtual walkout, the participating staffers will not do any work for Netflix and […]

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Kanye West — now legally known as “Ye” — was spotted wearing a strange mask to a Tuesday meeting with Michael Cohen. First reported by Page Six, West and Cohen met up for coffee at New York City’s Loews Regency hotel for their second meeting in one month, but West looked a bit different this time. The duo was joined […]

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Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto said that he has tested positive for Covid-19. In a statement, Cavuto encouraged people to get vaccinated. “While I’m somewhat stunned by this news, doctors tell me I’m lucky as well,” he said. “Had I not been vaccinated, and with all my medical issues, this would be a far more dire situation. It’s not, […]

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Emily in Paris co-star Lucas Bravo has joined Julia Roberts, George Clooney and Kaitlyn Dever in Ticket To Paradise, the Universal Pictures romantic comedy that will be directed by Ol Parker (Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again). In the comedy, a couple of exes find themselves on a shared mission: stop their lovestruck daughter from making the same mistake they once made. Parker wrote the script with […]

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CNN’s John King revealed on Tuesday that he has multiple sclerosis during a segment of Inside Politics in which the discussion turned to Covid-19 vaccine mandates. “I’m going to share a secret I have never spoken before. I am immunocompromised,” King said. “I have multiple sclerosis. So I am grateful you are all vaccinated. I am grateful my employer says […]

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Uma Thurman has been cast as Arianna Huffington in the Showtime series “Super Pumped,” which charts the rise of Uber, Variety has learned exclusively. Planned as an anthology, the first season of “Super Pumped” is based on Mike Isaac’s book of the same name. Pivoting on Uber CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and his sometimes tumultuous relationship with his mentor […]

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On Nov. 14, five days before the release of Adele’s long-awaited fourth album “30,” CBS will air the two-hour special  “Adele One Night Only,” featuring a concert performance that will be the earliest opportunity for most of the world to hear the singer’s first new material in six years. The two-hour event will be broadcast Sunday, Nov. 14 […]

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Dawn Hudson, the chief executive officer of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, who has presided over a decade of controversial transformational change at the organization, will be vacating her position when her current contract expires in 2023. Deadline broke this story, which The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. The 65-year-old Hudson is a Harvard alum who made […]

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Melissa Joan Hart is the first million dollar winner in Celebrity Wheel of Fortune history. The 45-year-old Sabrina the Teenage Witch actress took home a massive cash prize – $1,039,800 total – during Sunday night’s episode which will all be donated to charity. Hart played against Mean Girls actress Lacey Chabert and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star […]

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With Hollywood on edge and picket signs at the ready, IATSE and the AMPTP have reached an agreement on a new film and TV contract, averting a threatened nationwide strike. The new three-year contract, which must now be ratified by the union’s members, comes just hours before the deadline – midnight Sunday – imposed by IATSE president Matthew Loeb. […]

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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is moving forward with plans to present the 79th annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 9, with or without a telecast partner. The HFPA on Friday unveiled the traditional calendar with submissions deadlines in various categories. Nominations will be revealed Dec. 13. The deadline for movie and TV submission entry forms is Nov. 15. […]

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Netflix has fired an employee for leaking confidential financial data to Bloomberg, resulting in an article published on Oct. 13 that detailed the cost of Dave Chappelle special The Closer as it compared to other projects from the streaming service. “We have let go of an employee for sharing confidential, commercially sensitive information outside the company,” a Netflix spokesperson told The Hollywood Reporter on Friday. […]

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Apple TV+ has given a formal series green light to Shrinking, a 10-episode comedy series starring Jason Segel, who also serves as writer and executive producer alongside Bill Lawrence and Brett Goldstein, coming off their Emmy wins for the streamer’s hit comedy Ted Lasso. Written by Segel, Lawrence and Goldstein, Shrinking follows a grieving therapist (Segel) who starts to break the rules and […]

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Piers Morgan doesn’t think the Rolling Stones should remove the song “Brown Sugar” from their U.S. tour setlist over criticism of racist lyrics. “Grow a pair, Mick (no apologies to any wokies offended by this phrase), stand up to the woke bullies, and sing Brown Sugar loudly and proudly at the rest of your shows,” […]

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Negotiations to prevent a strike that could bring the film and television production business to its knees are going down to the wire. Matthew Loeb, president of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, said early Wednesday that unless an agreement is reached, 60,000 union members will begin a nationwide strike against the major studios […]

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