Actress and singer Patti LaBelle is set the guest star in ABC’s “The Wonder Years” for its upcoming season in a two-episode arc. The new season is set to premiere midseason, but a premiere date has not been announced. LaBelle will play the mother of Bill Williams (Dulé Hill), Shirley Williams, who serves as the local church’s choir […]

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Wisconsin Democrats are getting another election season boost from Hollywood. Castmembers from The West Wing and Veep are confirmed to appear during a live-streamed WisDems fundraiser on Oct. 9. Per intel from those involved, the event will feature games, jokes, performances and other entertainment. A donation of any dollar amount returns a link to watch and participate in the event. Joining […]

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In October 2020, Melissa Francis, a popular host on both Fox News and Fox Business, seemingly disappeared from the airwaves. As co-host of one of the network’s biggest shows, Outnumbered, Francis wasn’t seen on her regular time slots for weeks until in late October 2020 it was announced that, after nine years with the company, she had […]

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Expect more banana-in-the-tailpipe high jinks in Netflix’s new Beverly Hills Cop: Axel Foley as the castmembers from the original franchise are coming back including Judge Reinhold and John Ashton’s Detective Billy Rosewood and Sgt. Taggart, sidekick cops to the Eddie Murphy character; Paul Reiser; and Bronson Pinchot. Reiser played Axel Foley’s Detroit cop partner, Jeffrey Friedman, in the first two films, and […]

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Jimmy Kimmel is no longer vacillating. The comedian is staying in late-night after extending his contract with ABC for a further three years. The deal ends a year of speculation within the late-night community after Kimmel told Howard Stern that he was debating whether to stick or twist. The pact will keep Kimmel as host and exec producer […]

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The Golden Globe Awards are officially returning to NBC for the 80th edition of the awards ceremony. The TV network announced on Tuesday that it is bringing the awards ceremony back to its airwaves on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2023 — as The Hollywood Reporter exclusively reported back in August that it would — “as part of a one-year agreement, which allows the HFPA and dcp to explore […]

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Tucker Carlson characterized the Jan. 6, 2021 gathering at the U.S. Capitol as “a nonviolent election justice protest” and downplayed the violence committed there as mere “vandalism.” On that day, a mob of Donald Trump supporters stormed the Capitol as lawmakers were certifying the results of the 2020 presidential election won by Joe Biden. Trump falsely claimed the election […]

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Sarah Paulson is set to star and exec produce the HBO Max scripted adaptation of its docuseries The Way Down: God, Greed, and the Cult of Gwen Shamblin. Deadline broke the news in April that the streamer was adapting its documentary about the cult-like figure, who died last year, as a scripted series. Paulson will play Shamblin, who rose to fame […]

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Oscar winners Alan Arkin and Kathy Bates, as well as Teyana Taylor have joined Casey Affleck in indie heist thriller The Smack. The trio join a growing cast that already includes Marisa Tomei, Isabel May and Yul Vázquez. David M. Rosenthal, who directed thrillers The Perfect Guy and the remake of Jacob’s Ladder, is helming the feature that starts shooting in L.A. later this fall. […]

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Glenn Weiss and Ricky Kirshner will serve as executive producers of the 95th Oscars, which will take place in March 2023. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences CEO Bill Kramer announced the producing duo, both of White Cherry Entertainment, on Saturday morning. Along with producing, Weiss will serve as director for the ceremony for an eighth consecutive year. The 2023 […]

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CNN is shaking up its morning show and its primetime lineup in CEO Chris Licht’s first programming shake-up since taking over the channel in May. CNN says that it will launch a new morning show later this year, anchored by Don Lemon, Poppy Harlow, and Kaitlan Collins. Lemon will step aside from his 10 p.m. program to lead the new […]

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During Jimmy Kimmel’s monologue on Wednesday evening’s episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” the late-night host was interrupted by “Abbott Elementary” creator Quinta Brunson — a comedic bit of retaliation after Kimmel faced criticism for his appearance during the Emmys. “You know how when you win an Emmy you only have 45 seconds to do an acceptance speech?” Brunson said […]

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Former world chess champion and pro-democracy activist Garry Kasparov lit into Fox News’s Tucker Carlson on Wednesday after Russian state propagandists admitted this week that the war in Ukraine is not going well for Vladimir Putin. “Tucker Carlson used to merely echo Putin’s propaganda. Now he has surpassed it in sycophancy, with bizarre claims about Ukrainian defeat that even Moscow’s […]

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The Emmy Awards fell to an all-time low in viewers for the third time in the past four years. NBC’s broadcast of the 74th Primetime Emmys averaged 5.92 million viewers, the first time it has fallen below the 6 million mark. The previous low came in 2020, when 6.36 million people watched ABC’s telecast. Monday’s show averaged […]

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For years, Ari Fleischer has recognized the anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks on Twitter by sharing his minute-by-minute recollection of the day, but announced this year he would be retiring his tweeted commemorations — just a few months after he was hired as a consultant by the Saudi-backed LIV Golf tour. As the White House […]

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“Gutsy,” which is now streaming on Apple TV+, plunged Hillary and Chelsea Clinton deeper into their goal of telling the stories of gutsy women that they began with their 2019 “The Book Of Gutsy Women.” With many of their previous subjects having passed away, they turned their attention to other female trailblazers from celebrities like […]

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One of Pixar’s most acclaimed films is getting a sequel. “Inside Out 2” is in the works from director Kelsey Mann, it was announced at the D23 Expo on Friday. Amy Poehler is returning as Joy, while Meg LeFauve, who co-wrote the original movie with Pete Docter and Josh Cooley, is back to write the script. Mark Nielsen is […]

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Late-night hosts took moments out of their Thursday night shows to remember Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away at the age of 96. The royal family announced that Queen Elizabeth II died peacefully at Balmoral Castle in Scotland on Thursday. After 70 years of rule, she will be succeeded by her firstborn son, Charles. The Late Late Show‘s […]

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“The Crown,” the hit drama about Queen Elizabeth II’s reign and the events that shaped it, will likely stop production on Season 6 following the death of the Queen, sources close to creator Peter Morgan confirmed to Variety. Netflix has not yet released a statement. The monarch, who ascended the throne in 1952, was the world’s oldest reigning monarch at age 96. […]

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The death today of Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, prompted an outpouring of remembrances and tributes from politicians, musicians, film & TV personalities, sports franchises and cultural institutions. President Biden issued a lengthy statement in which he pledged a continuation of the “special relationship” between the U.S. and Britain saying, “Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was more than a monarch. […]

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Kate Walsh is set to recur in the upcoming 19th season of “Grey’s Anatomy,” returning as Dr. Addison Montgomery, the character she’s played since the Season 1 finale of the medical drama in 2005. Walsh’s Addison was also the central character on “Private Practice” — the first “Grey’s” spinoff — which ran for six seasons on ABC, […]

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“Stranger Things,” “Euphoria,” “The White Lotus” and “Squid Game” were the big winners on Night 2 of the Creative Arts Emmys. The Creative Arts Emmys, which honor outstanding artistic and technical achievement in various television program genres, guest performances and exceptional work in the animation, reality and documentary categories, were held in Downtown Los Angeles, […]

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Former Trump Attorney General Bill Barr on Friday smacked down various defenses of former President Donald Trump when it comes to the FBI’s execution of a search warrant at his Florida estate. During an appearance on Fox News’s America Reports, Barr argued that Trump taking “classified material” with him to a “country club” was just as unprecedented as the federal […]

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Michael Jordan was cut from his high school basketball team. Col. Sanders and Bill Gates both had business failures early in their career. Joe Biden had several presidential runs derail. And Jennifer Hudson finished seventh in Season 3 of American Idol. But the EGOT winner hasn’t let that misstep hold her down, and apparently isn’t holding any grudges. […]

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Netflix is looking to move up the launch of its ad-supported pricing tier to launch in November, allowing the streamer to get ahead of Disney+ when it launches its own ad-supported model on Dec. 8, according to multiple media reports and first reported by the Wall Street Journal. “We are still in the early days of […]

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