On Monday, the tearjerker of a film based on Fred Rogers' life and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood described itself as "the most acclaimed documentary of 2018." On Tuesday, Won't You Be My Neighbor? failed to earn a nomination for best documentary. "Past Oscar winner Morgan Neville’s touching and insightful portrait of Fred Rogers was a true crowd pleaser for our times but clearly the Academy didn’t want to drop by for a visit, which is bizarre," writes Deadline's Dominic Patten. Us Weekly movie critic Mara Reinstein described it as the "biggest shock of the morning," while Rolling Stone's David Fear said everybody thought that an Oscar win was the biggest lock for the documentary since last summer. "No big surprises with the Oscar Nominations," tweeted The Hollywood Reporter executive editor Matthew Belloni. "For me, the biggest disappointment is the Mister Rogers movie didn’t get nominated for documentary feature."
Baier was scheduled to appear on tonight's Late Show, but Colbert revealed last night that the Fox News host and his family were in a car accident in Montana. "Bad, like, jaws of life to get him out of there," said Colbert of the accident. "They were all in the hospital but they’re going to be OK. And we just want to say: we hope you’re doing better.” Baier later released a statement saying that his car flipped over on icy roads while they were driving to the airport. "Thanks to the first responders and Montana Highway Patrol – we made it to the hospital quickly," Baier said. "We are very grateful to all of those who helped us out. My advice to everyone is to always wear your seatbelt and to count your blessings everyday."
Kimmel was asked on Watch What Happens Live about the viability of The Man Show in these more sensitive times. "Yes, I think not only would it be possible, but I think it would be more popular than it ever was," Kimmel said, adding that he would never want to be personally with The Man Show again. Kimmel added: "There's a certain portion of society that is outraged by the outrage. I think they would probably find it to be exhilarating."
“I’ve never had an experience that has been this delayed in television before,” says the mega-producer of You's massive success on Netflix after flailing on Lifetime. “The fact that it was rewarded by people actually watching made us feel we’re not crazy. We actually did make something that was really enjoyable and fun and a real ride for the audience.” He adds: It went from being one of the least-watched shows I’ve ever worked on and been most proud of — and I’m choosing to take Netflix at their word on this — to being the most-watched show I’ve ever worked on in 20-something years of being in the business."
The Dexter alum and Broadway veteran is promoting his unusual one-night-only stint with a teaser showing him talking to a therapist about how stupid it was for him to agree to the musical event. Skittles has opted to do a musical rather than advertise during the game itself.
Each episode of Folklore will explore an Asian country's myths and folklore. The countries include Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. Each episode will also have its own director and include the country's local language.
Two years ago, CBS took a chance in hiring the Dallas Cowboys QB to become its lead analyst for NFL games without any broadcast experience. Yet Romo has proven to be a massive success, which could lead to a "TV free-agent sweepstakes" when his contract expires after next season. Romo is currently making around $4 million a year.
The former White House communications director said on Monday's premiere, “a portion of the public probably dislikes me because of my Trump support, but I had a great time.”
“A technical error in the control room triggered a graphic of Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a date on it," Steve Doocy said after Fox & Friends flashed “1933-2019" graphic during Monday's show. "We don’t want to make it seem like anything other than that was a mistake, that was an accident."
About 12.1 million watched the rebooted CBS drama after the New England Patriots defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime on Sunday. That's four million more than its previous high of 8.1 million.
"I’ve already told the ending of Game of Thrones to a few people," Turner admitted to W magazine. Asked if she was drunk, Turner responded: "Nope, sober. I was like, 'Hey, if you want to know, I’ll tell you.' But it’s people that I know, not random people. It’s people that I know will keep the secret."
The President Show's Anthony Atamanuik reprised his impression for the Jimmy Kimmel Live! special, "Intermission Accomplished: A Halftime Tribute to Trump. “We are here tonight to celebrate the midway mark of Donald Trump’s first term in office because, let’s be honest, this is a man who is far too humble to celebrate himself,” Kimmel said in his opening monologue. ALSO: Watch the retro intro for Kimmel's special.
Listen to a parody version of “Tossed Salads And Scrambled Eggs."
"My old friend," Parker wrote on Instagram. She is making a brief reappearance. Partnering with a great brand and supporting a cause we all care about. More to come." UPDATE: Carrie Bradshaw is helping raise money for Matt Damon's Water.org.
Police in Britain have arrested Abdulah Husseini for alleged stealing a crate of beer. The accused thief made headlines because, based on grainy security footage, he looked like Ross from Friends. But a much clearer mugshot reveals he doesn't look like Schwimmer at all.
The rapper broke his silence on social media over the new Netflix and Hulu documentaries, tweeting: "I love how ppl watch a doc and think they have all the answers..."
Hathaway turned the tables on Ellen by having her and the entire audience stuff oranges in their mouth for a meditation session.
Selina Meyer decides to run for president again in HBO's "retrospective" trailer.