For the first time, the long-running game show give away a home as a grand prize. As part of the show's "Home Sweet Home Giveaway," one viewer will win a house valued at $350,000 in Latitude Margaritaville, Jimmy Buffett's new retirement community in Daytona Beach, Fla. The winner will be selected at random at the end of "Home Sweet Home" week, which will run from Oct. 29 to Nov. 2. “After 35 seasons, it’s not an easy feat to do something for the first time, but thanks to Latitude Margaritaville, we’re doing just that by giving away a house,” said Wheel of Fortune executive producer Harry Friedman. “Our viewers welcome us into their homes each night, so we’re returning the favor by welcoming one of them into a new home of their own.”
The Girls alum will play Claire Duncan, "a driven documentarian who has a burgeoning relationship with Ellen Page’s Shawna that catches them both off guard," according to TVLine.
"Luke Cage represented something more than just entertainment," he wrote on Instagram. "@MarvelsLukeCage added to our social commentary and made viewers think by challenging the norm and putting out a character that reflected the everyday hero, one with flaws, strengths and everything in between. I am forever grateful to Marvel and Netflix for letting me portray such a prolific character, and thank the amazing fans. As one door closes, another has opened, with the birth of my 2nd daughter. Born this week. A lot of great memories. Time to make more. Always forward, forward always."
Brandon Larracuente, Emily Tosta, Niko Guardado and Elle Paris Legaspi will play the Buendia siblings on the immigration-themed Freeform reboot of the 1990s Fox drama.
“I don’t know if I’m going to regret saying this,” Silverman said on this morning's The Howard Stern Show. “I’ve known Louis forever, I’m not making excuses for him, so please don’t take this that way. We are peers. We are equals. When we were kids, and he asked if he could masturbate in front of me, sometimes I’d go, ‘F*ck yeah I want to see that!’ … It’s not analogous to the other women that are talking about what he did to them. He could offer me nothing. We were only just friends. So sometimes, yeah, I wanted to see it, it was amazing. Sometimes I would say, ‘F*cking no, gross,’ and we got pizza.” Silverman said she thinks that CK didn't understand the implications of his actions, especially when he became more famous. “I’m not saying what he did was okay. I’m just saying at a certain point, when he became influential, not even famous, but influential in the world of comedy, it changes,” she said. “He felt like he was the same person, but the dynamic was different and it was not okay.”
DiCenzo, one of three executive producers who oversee The Tonight Show, started working with Fallon 10 years ago today in preparation for the launch of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. “Today is my last day at the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. It is also the exact 10-year anniversary of my first day at Late Night. What a dream decade at my dream job,” DiCenzo wrote in the first of many tweets. Former Today executive producer Jim Bell will succeed DiCenzo as showrunner. The move is similar to what CBS did with The Late Show, when it brought in CBS This Morning's executive producer, Chris Licht, to oversee the show and assist Stephen Colbert.
"It's definitely a person, not the dog," he tells E! News. "I've been hearing rumors about the dog, it's not the dog. It's no animal, it's a human being."
The iconic Batman villain appears to be wearing Darth Vader's CPAP mask.
Kevin Young, a former New York City firefighter who died earlier this year of cancer related to his work in helping clean up Ground Zero after the September 11 attacks, had his dream fulfilled on last night's episode. “It was his dream to pitch it on Shark Tank," said his daughter Kaley, joined by her brother Christian and sister Keira. She pitched the judges on his Cup Board Pro, a chopping board with a detachable bowl for easy cleanup. “Unfortunately, he passed away before he had that chance, but we’re here today to continue his legacy and make that dream a reality," she said.
The reality show that re-investigates cold cases will return in summer 2019.
The Grey's Anatomy star and the singer-songwriter Slaver met when she played a backup singer for country superstar Juliette Barnes on Nashville. They welcomed a baby daughter together in 2016.