“Saturday Night Live’s” Bobby Moynihan got his bleach on as Guy Fieri to do his impersonation of the ridiculed restauranteur’s reaction to the vicious NYT review in an unaired sketch from this weekend’s episode.
TV networks can advertise, promote, and tweet endlessly in hopes of drawing ratings.
Supporters are rallying to counter a conservative group’s campaign urging JC Penney to fire Ellen DeGeneres as a spokeswoman because she is openly gay.
Could it be true? Might Fox News be cutting ties with its controversial host Glenn Beck? A few anonymous network executives are spilling the beans to the New York Times, claiming there has been talk of not renewing Beck’s contract after it expires at the end of the year. Beck’s recent ratings decline was the […]
Just in time for the holidays, Larry David has been saved by the tax cuts for those with a bit more money than the rest of us. The “Seinfeld” creator took to the New York Times op-ed page and wrote about all of the things he can now afford, thanks to President Obama’s decision to […]
Kate Gosselin’s latest book isn’t exactly flying off the shelves. Since its April 13 release, I Just Want You to Know: Letters to My Kids on Love, Faith, and Family has sold just 10,084 copies, according to national book sales tracker Bookscan. The non-fiction title debuted at #11 on the New York Times‘ non fiction […]
‘Glee‘s Jane Lynch has confirmed that she is engaged. In January, the New York Times’ Carpetbagger blog reported that she and longtime girlfriend, psychologist Lara Embry, were tying the knot in May. But her rep shot down the report, telling Access Hollywood that “Jane is currently in a relationship and there is no related news […]
Oprah Winfrey won’t give her phone number to her mother. That’s what author Kitty Kelley contends as she promotes her new unauthorized biography about Oprah. PHOTOS: Oprah Through The Years And RadarOnline.com confirmed with a source who knows Oprah’s mom that Vernita has to call Oprah’s personal assistant and leave a message. “The assistant tells […]
Sent to bed without supper, a mischievous boy (Max Records) enters a land that grows out of his imagination… And so begins the latest and greatest movie for all ages, ‘Where the Wild Things Are’, Spike Jonze’s adaptation of the Maurice Sendak classic, which is new On Demand. Movie critic Manohla Dargis wrote in the […]
The weather this weekend on the East Coast was downright delightful. But apart from keeping a window cracked in my apartment, I was too busy re-watching (ahem, marathoning) the first season of Breaking Bad – in preparation for last night’s second season premiere – to notice. In addition to it being one of the best, […]