Tulloch, who also goes by "Bitsie Tulloch," will take on the iconic role of Lois Lane on the Arrowverse crossover event, joining Tyler Hoechlin, who reprises his Superman role. Tulloch starred on six seasons of NBC's Grimm. "We couldn’t be more excited to introduce Lois Lane to the Arrowverse," Supergirl executive producers Jessica Queller and Robert Rovner said in a statement last month when they began their Lois Lane casting search. "This dogged, determined and brave reporter will make for a strong partner to Superman and amazing addition to our universe of DC characters."
After lengthy negotiations, NBC has struck a deal to keep airing the Hollywood Foreign Press Association awards show for eight years, starting with the January 2019 ceremony.
The View panelists this discussed Chen, Les Moonves and her "Julie Chen Moonves" sign-off from last night's Big Brother at the top of this morning's show. Behar questioned whether Chen could return to The Talk. "I think it's going to be hard for her to go back to The Talk," said Behar. "What topics can they do? They can't talk about the #MeToo movement without her coming clean about her husband." Behar compared Chen to Hillary Clinton sticking up for President Bill Clinton after he denied having an affair with Monica Lewinsky, saying it would even be hard to talk about shows like Real Housewives or anything relationship related. ALSO: The Talk avoided talking about Chen's "Julie Chen Moonves" sign-off on Friday.
Creator Dan Fogelman says the show is taking its Vietnam War scenes "very seriously. We’re going to Vietnam to shoot there."
Cogman went from being an assistant to Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss on the pilot to becoming a writer and co-executive producer on the HBO series. He also wrote the series' bible. “We’re proud to be in business with Bryan, who has written some of the most memorable and exhilarating television in recent history,” said Albert Cheng, co-head television for Amazon Studios, in a statement. “His storytelling prowess is undeniable, and we cannot wait to introduce his voice to our Prime Video audience.”
The 19th season of Big Brother UK, which launches tonight following last week's conclusion to the 22nd season of Celebrity Big Brother, will cap off all editions of Britain's Big Brother franchise -- at least for now. Channel 5, which has aired Big Brother UK since 2011, announced "it's time for the game to end. Game over." Big Brother UK originally aired on Channel 4 from 2000 to 2010. There is still a possibility that Big Brother UK could be relaunched on another network.
The actress left the CBS drama last summer at the same time as Daniel Dae Kim after their failed, highly publicized contract negotiations. While speaking to EW, Park wouldn't reveal her actual reason for leaving, opting to explain her departure by choosing her words carefully. “There were a number of factors spanning the show that affected the non-renewal of my contract,” she said. “I’m grateful for the lessons learned, but I chose what was best for my integrity." Park said she "kept trying to see the best in everybody," adding: “Would I do it all over again? I wouldn’t be so quick to say yes.… I’m still figuring stuff out. Sometimes people are just really good at burying stuff, and I think I’m like that.”
“Over the last several weeks, there have been a lot of rumors about my job status,” Hill said in a statement posted to Twitter this morning. "Today is my last day at ESPN.” ESPN executive vice president Connor Schell praised Hill as “an exceptionally talented writer, storyteller host and commentator whose unique voice has made ESPN’s many platforms better over the last 12 years." Hill made headlines a year ago when she called President Trump a white supremacist, which resulted in her denunciation from the White House and the president himself. Now that Hill no longer represents ESPN and Disney, she says she's free to curse out her detractors. When one person on Twitter disparaged her, Hill responded: "I feel like i need to say this now as a warning. I was going out of my way not to cuss some of y’all out because I had a job and a corporation to represent. But now, I don’t have one. So I’m good with calling you a f*ckboi."
The Brooklyn Nine-Nine star received the apology letter for groping him on March 22, but he didn't accept it until now. “It meant nothing without a resignation,” he said.
She'll play a hard-partying lesbian and National Marine Fisheries Services officer whose discovery of a dead body on the beach puts her life in disarray.
"I’m gonna try to definitely make an appearance,” Smart, who starred on the CBS sitcom as Charlene Frazier Stillfield, told Variety last night. “As a matter of fact, I was talking to (creator) Linda Bloodworth Thomason just today. It’ll be interesting to see. She hasn’t sent me the script yet.” ALSO: Smart recalls telling 24 producers to take her first lady character off her meds.
“I expected to be treated with respect, and certainly not to be lied to,” said Avenatti. “I had no idea until after the show because I don’t have any way of seeing the camera lines when I’m on set...I thought that it was a new low for Fox, which is saying something. And I thought it was pathetic and cowardly of Tucker Carlson.”
The Arrowverse villain will play a wealthy business mogul on the Paramount Network hit series who, along with his character's brother, "are power players, down and dirty fighters who know how to work the system to get what they want."
The This Is Us star is reteaming with the studio behind her hit NBC show to develop TV projects as part of a two-year pact.
Lando Entertainment, which is filming an HGTV show about The Brady Bunch house's renovation, sent the cookies and a lengthy letter in hopes of making peace with neighbors upset with HGTV's purchase.
The Robin Williams-Pam Dawber Happy Days sitcom spinoff ran from September 14, 1978 to May 27, 1982 and made Williams a household name. To celebrate the 40th anniversary, Antenna TV is running an all-day marathon today of Mork & Mindy episodes.