Move over “Duck Dynasty” and make room for the Tuck Dynasty. “Duck Dynasty”‘s 28 percent dive in viewership during the season five premiere this week proves that at least three million people are not gonna stand for Phil Robertson’s offensive comments about bestiality, gay sex and statutory rape. In other words, that’s three million more… READ MORE »
Stevie Nicks should really guest star on every TV show as herself. Last night on “American Horror Story: Coven,” the “white witch” showed up to serenade her old friend, coven Supreme, Fiona, and die-hard fanwitch, Misty, with a version of “Rhiannon.” If that weren’t enough, Stevie also showed Misty how to do her signature move,… READ MORE »
Last night was John Oliver’s last episode on “The Daily Show” as he gears up to host an HBO comedy series next year. He spent over seven years with the show, and even stepped in as host this summer. Jon Stewart refreshed audiences on some of Oliver’s best moments and made for a teary farewell. READ MORE »
During a talk about the AIDS epidemic at New York’s 92 Y, actor Alan Cumming slammed HBO’s “Girls” for showing far too much unprotected sex.
“We’ve got to try and stop this cavalier attitude that [the AIDS epidemic] in the past. It’s not,” said Cumming.
Naturally, The Daily Mail, took Cumming’s… READ MORE »
Sorry Carrie Underwood, but if the Von Trapp family had their way, you would not have been singing from the mountain tops. Carrie Underwood has taken a lot of hits for her starring role in the television remake of “The Sound Of Music”. The family says they wanted Anne Hathaway to portray Maria, especially after her Oscar-winning turn in “Les Miserables”. So… READ MORE »
TODAY IS MY CHRISTMAS.
Two of my all-time favorite things, Carrie Underwood and “The Sound of Music,” are colliding tonight for a live performance on NBC, where my homegirl will be playing the ever-flawless Maria von Trapp. So, naturally my entire day today will consist of hardcore fangirling.
Let this be a… READ MORE »
There are certain things that you miss when you don’t have cable for more than a decade of your life. Like, how the whole “On Demand” thing works. (WHUT? You can watch shows after they’ve aired?!) Until I started curling up with my boyfriend’s Time Warner Cable remote, I had no idea that all “murder… READ MORE »
Sorry, “Basketball Wives” fans, but VH1 has pulled the plug on the show’s upcoming reunion special.
According to reports, producers at the network canceled the season five reunion because Evelyn Lozada refused to participate. Sources say the reality star bailed “because she’s sick and tired of talking about her split from ex-husband Chad… READ MORE »
CBS is cooking up a reboot of the witchy nighttime drama “Charmed,” which debuted in 1998 and only went off the air seven years ago. Can we cool it with the reboots, people? Aren’t there any new ideas in Hollywood anymore? [TVline]
Blake Shelton is slamming rumors that he and wife Miranda Lambert… READ MORE »
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been watching season five of “Modern Family” religiously since it premiered a month ago, and have since developed an unhealthy addiction to the Dunphys.
Something else I know? I need input when I have life-changing questions like What kind of bra is Sofia Vergara wearing that… READ MORE »
The CW could have made television masturbation history if its new pilot for 16th century-based castle drama “Reign” had aired as planned. But unfortunately, the scene was so explicit that it made the press blush. In the uncut version, handmaid Kenna diddles herself in a stairwell only to be discovered by the King of France,… READ MORE »
Stuck in a senioritis rut? Would a class on “Downton Abbey” make you stop texting during a lecture? Camden County College in New Jersey is now offering a course called “Downton Abbey: Life In A Country House.” At first I wanted to laugh, but it actually sounds really interesting. The course covers things like “The… READ MORE »
I like to think that Louis C.K. set the scene for other stand-up comedians to take over our televisions, one sitcom at a time: his uniquely-formatted single-camera show, “Louie,” is one of the best, most interesting things in entertainment right now, and is as ground-breaking today as it was when it first aired in 2010. READ MORE »
Well, that’s a disappointment! As much as we — and everyone else, because come on, who doesn’t love Rebel Wilson? — wanted the actress’s new show “Super Fun Night,” which premiered last night, to be the new best thing ever, the actuality of the show is more like our worst fears for it realized. The… READ MORE »
Watch out, Wendy Williams, Naomi Campbell may be catwalking her way through! Word on the street is the British supermodel may be getting her own talk show.
During a recent interview with Vogue.com, Naomi’s representative said she’s currently in negotiations with “a major U.S. network.”
“I can confirm that there are… READ MORE »