Rosie O’Donnell took an opportunity on “The Rosie Show” yesterday to talk about the show’s cancellation over the weekend. And, as we saw from her tweets, she seemed to be very OK with it, saying that “it’s a good thing.”
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Oprah Winfrey’s struggling television network, OWN, said Monday it is laying off one-fifth of its workers and restructuring its operations in New York and Los Angeles. The decision to let 30 employees go is a “tough” one, but the economics of a start-up cable network didn’t fit with OWN’s cost structure, […]
Well, it took an entire weekend for it to happen, but you knew it was inevitable: Donald Trump weighed in on the cancellation of “The Rosie Show” via tweet earlier today, voicing for the 32,257th time how much of a “loser” he thinks Rosie O’Donnell is. “Rosie O’Donnell has failed again. Her ratings were abysmal […]
Depending on what account you read, the demise of “The Rosie Show” after five low-rated months on Oprah Winfrey‘s OWN network was either due to Rosie O’Donnell being too caustic and unable to make up her mind about what she wanted to do with her show, or it was a case of a staff who […]
It’s the end of the line for “Rosie.” OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network officially announced in a press release that “The Rosie Show,” hosted by actress and comedian Rosie O’Donnell, will tape its final show on Tuesday, March 20 and the last episode of the series will air on March 30. “I thank Rosie from the […]
Tomorrow, Star Jones is scheduled to return to “The View” for the first time since she left the show in 2006. Anyone who’s a fan of the show knows that her exit from her 9-year co-hosting gig on the daytime show was anything but amicable.
The stars of “Little People, Big World,” Matt and Amy Roloff, were asked by Willie Geist on “Today” about Rosie O’Donnell’s fear of little people, and they were both disappointed. Amy didn’t mince words: she said Rosie’s words were “sad.”
Rosie O’Donnell’s nightly talk show on OWN has undergone a near-complete redo as she continues to search for a formula that will catch on with viewers.
Chelsea Handler is not someone you’d expect to see cry on a talk show. In fact, she’s not someone you’d expect to see cry, period.
Florida governor Rick Scott recently signed a bill into law that would have required people on public assistance to take a drug test before getting their welfare benefits. That law made the folks at “The Daily Show” scratch their heads, so they sent Aasif Mandvi down to the Sunshine State to look into it.