The Fab Five will return for Season 4 in one month, on July 19. Season 5 will begin production next week and will premiere in 2020. Season 4 sees the Fab Five returning to Kansas City, while Season 5 will be filmed in Philadelphia. Jonathan Van Ness promised "some big surprises coming your way" in Season 4, while Bobby Berk wrote on Instagram: "The only way to transition from sipping tea with @taylorswift? Announcing #season4queereye! Mark your calendars for July 19th, tag your watching buddies below and ask me allllll your burning questions...I may be answering a few!!!"
Season 11 of Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee will also feature Sebastian Maniscalco, Melissa Villaseñor, Barry Marder, Bridget Everett and Mario Joyner. The new season drops on Netflix on July 19. This will be the second time Gervais, Joyner, Marder and Maniscalco have appeared on Comedians in Cars. Gervais, Marder and Joyner were part of the first season in 2012, with Joyner sharing an episode with Colin Quinn. Maniscalco appeared in a Season 7 episode in 2016.
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The hidden-camera prank show has faced backlash with accusations that the premise of the show punches down by humiliating job seekers. Netflix responded to the controversy, saying in a statement: "The pranks in Prank Encounters are spooky, supernatural, and over the top, and everyone had a great time. All participants came in with the expectation this was a one-day, hourly gig and everyone got paid for their time."
The TruTV firefighter comedy from Super Troopers stars Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme of the Broken Lizard comedy troupe was the top-rated new cable comedy last season in the key 18-49 demo. TruTV has ordered a 13-episode Season 2, up from the 10-episode first season.
Noah's Daily Show is the third late-night show to go live June 26 and 27, joining Late Night with Seth Meyers and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
It's not clear if the potential series from Jane Goldman that George R.R. Martin likes to refer to as "The Long Night" will shoot in other countries.
Savage is getting another 10 episodes for the sitcom she co-created and stars in.
In an interview with The Last Laugh podcast, Kaling discussed her Late Night movie, why she no longer thinks comedy is a meritocracy, the lack of diversity in late-night and the time she rejected Saturday Night Live. When asked about the lack of diversity in late-night, Kaling said: "For the late-night TV hosts, you’re like a monarch. You have the show until you die. It’s a lifetime appointment. You’re like a Supreme Court justice. That’s what it’s like unless you really fuck it up. So there hasn’t been the opportunity." She adds that when one of the major current network late-night hosts retire, "I am 100 percent sure the person who replaces them will be a woman. And even more likely a person of color.” Kaling also discussed her experienced auditioning for SNL halfway through Season 2 of The Office. Kaling said she made a deal with showrunner Greg Daniels that if she was cast as a performer, she would be let out of her contract. But SNL instead offered a writer job with a hint that she could graduate to performer, like Jason Sudeikis. "So I went back and talked to Greg about it and he said to me, no, that’s not the deal we mad," she said. "The deal we made is that if you get cast as a cast member you can go. And it was really a life-changing thing. I think the course of my career would have gone really differently had I left The Office and done that instead.”
Beginning July 8, Conan O'Brien's sidekick will host The Three Questions with Andy Richter podcast. The newest Team Coco podcast joins Conan O'Brien Needs a Friend, which launched last November, and the Conan writers' Inside Conan, which premiered in February. "FINALLY A PODCAST THAT MATTERS!" tweeted Richter. "I’m asking my favorite people incredibly personal questions starting July 8th, but go subscribe now and check out our trailer." According to the official description, "Host Andy Richter asks the same three questions to each guest: Where do you come from? Where are you going? What have you learned? These three simple questions, when answered honestly and thoughtfully, are enough to provide a pretty complete picture of who a person is. The answers are what Andy always wants to know about people. This will not be a one-sided process, as Andy won’t shy away from getting personal himself."
The duo will join TV Academy chairman and CEO Frank Scherma to reveal this year's Emmy nominees on July 16 at 8:30 a.m. PT/11:30 a.m. ET.
Animal Kingdom executive producer Eliza Clark will take over FX's long-gestating live-action adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan's graphic novel following the departures two months ago of original showrunners Aida Croal and Michael Green.
The ABC newsmagazine beat out Dateline in total viewers for the first time in three years, and topped the NBC newsmagazine in the key 25-54 demo for the first time in four years. As The Wrap notes, "the key was the combination of dramatic growth at 20/20 and heavy declines at Dateline."
The former first lady is famous her phrase “when they go low, we go high." Before The Late Late Show celebrity dodgeball game, Obama told her teammates it's okay to sink to your opponents' level when playing a competitive sport. “When they go low . . . we also go low — because that’s how dodgeball works,” she said.
Both Trebek and Holzhauer have been named presenters at Wednesday's NHL Awards, which is scheduled to air from Las Vegas on NBCSN. It's unclear if they'll present together or apart. Holzhauer tweeted on being named a presenter before Trebek: "Me: I’m the biggest Jeopardy-NHL crossover sensation! Alex Trebek: HOLD MY WINE GLASS."
The 2016 HBO documentary will re-air on Thursday at 8 p.m. on HBO's main channel in tribute to the fashion icon, who died Monday at age 95. ALSO: Anderson Cooper posts an emotional tribute to his mom on Instagram.
Forbes is among several new cast members, including Almost Famous' Patrick Fugit, to join the CIA drama from Heroes creator Tim Kring. Forbes will play a savvy CIA veteran "trying to balance the demands of work and family while investigating a conspiracy with international implications."
The Eva Longoria-produced ABC drama premiered to 3.72 million viewers after The Bachelorette won the night for ABC with 5.5 million viewers.
Watch as one kid turns their father's face into a sandwich.
The MTV Movie & TV Awards deserves credit for having interesting categories like "Best Kiss," "Best Fight" and "Best Villain" and for a ceremony that emphasized being kind and compassionate, says Caroline Framke. Yet Monday's ceremony was mostly forgettable. "Who are the MTV Movie (and TV) Awards for, exactly?" says Framke. "This is the question that kept rattling around my exhausted brain during Monday’s broadcast, which squeezed the ceremony (that happened live in Los Angeles on June 15) into two taut hours of waning pop culture references and supportive screaming. If it’s for Gen Z teens, as the heavy emphasis on Netflix originals like Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before suggested, why have Zachary Levi host? If it’s for adults, what’s with the 'how do you do, fellow kids' vibe? The MTV Movie (and TV) Awards so thoroughly split the difference that there’s no clear target audience to speak of. Even Sandra Bullock (especially Sandra Bullock) seemed confused to be there accepting the award for 'Best Frightened Performance,' formerly 'Best Scared-As-Sh*t Performance,' for her turn in Birdbox. (Her scripted speech about how mothering is the most important horror movie there is would no doubt have gone over better at the Golden Globes than with this MTV crowd.)"
The former Daily Show host blamed the U.S. Senate majority leader on Fox News Sunday for Congress having to face pressure every few years to pass the 9/11 compensation bills for first responders. McConnell responded Monday morning on Fox & Friends, accusing Stewart of attention-seeking and being “all bent out of shape" over this issue. So Stewart took over Stephen Colbert's desk on Monday night to slam McConnell. "I'm not bent out of shape, I'm fine," said Stewart. "I'm bent out of shape for them. These are the first heroes and veterans and victims of the great trillions of dollars War on Terror. And they are currently dying, suffering and in terrible need. You know you would think that would be enough for Congress to pay attention, but apparently, it's not."
Harrelson has signed on to play the famous LSD advocate following Leary's daring escape from prison in 1970, leading to a global manhunt. The Most Dangerous Man in America, which doesn't have a network home, is from Luke Davies, who co-created Hulu's Catch-22. It is based on the critically acclaimed book The Most Dangerous Man by Bill Minutaglio and Steven L. Davis.
Six years before his Tony-winning musical Hamilton's premiere, Miranda previewed "The Hamilton Mixtape" before the Obamas at the White House Poetry Jam in May 2009. In an interview on Monday's edition of the Conan O'Brien Needs a Friend podcast (42:00 mark), Miranda recalls "I got made fun of on The Daily Show the next day." Stewart devoted more than three minutes to ripping the Poetry Jam, closing out the segment by sneering at Miranda's Hamilton rap. "You're rapping about Alexander Hamilton?!?" said Stewart. "This is kind of ridiculous." Miranda told Conan of the humbling experience: "I love The Daily Show, and it was the first time I had been on the other side of a clip." In 2017, Miranda got his revenge by roasting Stewart as part of HBO's Night of Too Many Stars.
Kudrow, who famously played a therapist on Web Therapy, will play the title role in animated series pilot presentation from Sharon Horgan and actress Clea DuVall. Therapy Dog revolves around a poodle mix named Honey, played by Kudrow, who applies her knowledge of Carl Jung to lead a group of neighborhood animals in group therapy sessions. DuVall created the potential series with Jennifer Crittenden and Gabrielle Allan.
The upcoming short-form video platform announced a Punk'd reboot earlier this month. On Monday night, Kutcher clarified that he has nothing to do with the revival of his MTV prank series. "I have nothing to do with the new punk’d situation. Hope they get it right," he tweeted.
"Finally acknowledge Bonnie’s ethnicity? Check," says Greg Braxton of Sunday's episode. "Plug a few dark faces into the mix? Check. Juice up the soundtrack with classic Motown/R&B tunes to bring that Big Chill vibe? Check. Move on to business as usual? Check, check, check. The show would have been better off leaving its head in the white sand. Race remains one of the country’s most heated and divisive issues. Although it might be admirable for (David E.) Kelley and what an HBO publicist confirmed is the all-white ranks of producers and writers on the series to inject more diversity into the proceedings, treating the issue so shallowly, without any sensitivity or understanding, is more than a misguided grab at relevance: It’s offensive."
Dan Sackheim -- an Emmy-winning director who has helmed episodes of Game of Thrones, Better Call Saul, The Americans and, most recently, True Detective -- alleges he was filming an episode of the Amazon series Jack Ryan in Morocco in July 2017 when he was injured. His lawsuit wouldn't divulge the nature of his injury. Sackheim's lawsuit also targets Jack Ryan co-creator Carlton Cuse.
"This season was the first season where I had to stop production," said Rodriguez, who detailed her past mental health battles with depression and suicidal thoughts with NBC's Kate Snow at the Kennedy Forum. "I had a really tumultuous season and I was unafraid for the first time to be like, 'I can't.'" She adds: "There was a point where I couldn't, I couldn't push through every single time anymore. And I'm one of those human beings, and I know either you're it or you know who they are, where I'm just like, ‘I'll handle it later. I'll deal with it later. I'll figure it out later. I just have to do this now.' All the while dealing with this, you know, your silent little dragon in your head."
Tomei was supposed to promote her upcoming film Frankie at Cannes when Lear asked if she would play Edith Bunker on ABC's Live in Front of a Studio Audience. “I couldn’t wrap my head around it at all,” Tomei tells Indiewire. “I just thought none of this should be done in any format again. It was so perfect. Why are we even talking about this?” Tomei says the special provided a breath a fresh air after a series of frustrating projects, and allowed her to combine her live theater experience with her early career work in soap operas.
"We've never had a season where a villain -- if you want to call Luke that -- has such a prominent role, where they really dominate the landscape and storyline for so long," he tells ET. "Hannah likes Luke P., and the more he gets beat on and she gets beat on, the more defensive and angry she gets."
The problem with RuPaul Charles' new talk show, which is in the midst of a three-week trial run on some Fox stations, is that RuPaul isn't about RuPaul -- "or at least not about that RuPaul," says Rhodes Murphy. "RuPaul himself is so interesting," he adds, "that watching him cede the spotlight to others is frustrating. It’s a problem for a talk show when the host is more interesting than the guest—especially when the host declines to press them with interesting questions. RuPaul would easily be more entertaining if the guests were interviewing RuPaul instead of the other way around. It hasn’t helped that the interview lineup has, so far, been less than thrilling."
The Tonight Show's Fallon and Patriot Act's Minhaj compared jobs and controversies for a conversation hosted by Variety. When Minhaj told Fallon he and Stephen Colbert are on a max contract, Fallon responded: "But you’ve already gotten the death threat. You’re on death threat level. I’ve done that already. I’m on the level after death threat." Minhaj responded: "How do you do comedy when you’re getting death threats? So many people have told me, 'Oh man, you’re so brave for what you’ve done — as long as you don’t die. This is the best thing that could have happened to your career.' I’m like, 'Dude I’m not trying to be comedy’s Tupac. I’m not trying to just die for these jokes. I want to live to see these retweets.'" Fallon responded by recalling his Trump hair-touching controversy: "I look back on (the Trump controversy) and go — please. Doing what I’m doing, I’ve learned from my lesson. People have learned from what they’ve said about me: They’ve learned who I really am. Some people have changed their mind and said, 'Oh gosh that was a little harsh. I shouldn’t have gone on a rant of 30 tweets saying ‘F*ck you.'" ALSO: Fallon finds the 2020 Democrats "a breath of fresh air" for late-night comedy.
“Oh, the best of American cinema of the last decade, probably, for me, is Twin Peaks: The Return, an 18-hour film that is incomprehensible and dreamlike in the most beautiful, adventurous way,” says the acclaimed filmmaker in an interview with Vulture. “That is a masterpiece. Why can’t they just give David Lynch whatever money he needs? Why can’t you give Terry Gilliam? He needs money to make something; just give it to him! I don’t understand.”
Weekly "explainer" shows like Last Week Tonight, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee and Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj have a distinct advantage over the traditional late-night daily talk shows because they are seen as having more gravitas. The job of a daily late-night host -- balancing monologues, comedy sketches and celebrity interviews -- is completely different than what Oliver does on a weekly basis. Meanwhile, Late Late Show with James Corden executive producer Ben Winston suggests that the Emmys should offer a special category for field pieces, like "Crosswalk: The Musical." "When we take over a crosswalk and shut it down and do Sound of Music with Allison Janney in front of traffic, that’s a very hard thing to judge against John Oliver doing wonderful pieces from his desk,” he says.
Abrams and wife Katie McGrath's Bad Robot production company would exclusively develop TV, movie, video games, consumer products, music and digital content for WarnerMedia as part of the impending deal. Abrams has been courted by Apple, NBC Universal and WarnerMedia over the past six months.
Creator Chuck MacLean along with executive producers Ben Affleck and Matt Damon have put together a show "that, however authentic, so intensely embraces Boston film and television tropes that its characters might as well hop on the T to Braintree with cups of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee in hand," says Sonia Rao, in running down all the Boston tropes on Showtime's new political crime series. Rao adds: "Intrigued? Just wait for the second episode, titled 'What They Saw in Southie High.'" ALSO: City on a Hill debuts to okay ratings.
Grammer will interview legendary TV director James Burrows, who co-created Cheers and directed the pilot of Grammer's spinoff Frasier, when Inside the Actors Studio airs on Ovation. Burrows directed 200 episodes of Cheers and 32 episodes of Frasier. Grammer is the latest big name to host Actors Studio, joining Jane Lynch and Alec Baldwin.
McGee died of a heat stroke and heart attack while biking on Saturday.
"ABC is traditionally the network of camp, which is why it's so disappointing that Grand Hotel proffers even its goofiest storylines with earnest, priggish timidity," says Robyn Bahr of the Eva Longoria-produced primetime soap. "(The biggest problem facing the Mendoza family in the first four episodes? A demanding, egotistical rapper who becomes the hotel's artist-in-residence to boost profits.) Thus, it's no coincidence that TV's most successful international soap remakes — such as ABC's Ugly Betty or The CW's Jane the Virgin — deliberately play with kitsch and comedy alongside traditional melodrama. (That being said, Grand Hotel thankfully does not take itself nearly as seriously as USA's thriller Queen of the South.) I found myself wanting a more heightened sensorial experience: more epic plotline silliness, more production design grandeur and more invigorating musical cues beyond routine Top 40. Just something to hook my brain. Aside from its strong majority-Latinx cast, one of the few on television, there's just nothing innovative here. Grand Hotel is all froth, no fun."
Unlike the 1981 Wolfgang Petersen film Das Boot, the Hulu sequel series only spends about a third of its time inside the German World War II submarine. "And whenever it gets out of the boat, it doesn’t really feel much like Das Boot," says Noel Murray. That's not necessarily a bad thing, he adds. "Das Boot’s land-bound storylines serve multiple functions," he says. "The movie takes place almost entire underwater with a bunch of sweaty, smelly guys; but by opening the story up significantly for television, the series is able to diversify the cast, including different nationalities and a lot more women. This also allows the TV Das Boot to include more of the elements that modern prestige drama viewers expect: namely nudity and violence (and not 'torpedoing a ship' violence but 'rape, murder, and beating a civilian’s face into a raw, bloody pulp' violence). But it’s hard to deny that the expansion often comes across as forced." ALSO: Das Boot manages to be a war story, a thriller and a love story all at once -- it's immediately thrilling and addictive.
The Hills reboot's opening title sequences gives an "Introducing" credit to Mischa Barton and Brandon Lee, the eldest son of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee. Natasha Bedingfield reworked her "Unwritten" song with Linda Perry for The Hills: New Beginnings.
The superhero series based on Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's comic book series is scheduled to premiere on July 26.
The actress, who made her mark as 90210's bad girl dating both Dylan McKay and Brandon Walsh, will appear in several episodes as herself on the BH90210 revival series. TVLine's Kimberly Roots reports: "Details about Elise’s arc are under wraps, but we do know that she, too, will play a heightened form of herself. And normally we wouldn’t bring this up, but since the actors are playing themselves (of a sort): Do you think the show will address the fact that Priestley and Elise dated for five years, back in the day?" While Elise only appeared on 12 episodes of Beverly Hills, 90210, "there’s a sense of awe and fondness that goes with the memories of Emily Valentine, something one wouldn’t generally expect for such a 'crazy' character," LaToya Ferguson wrote in a 2015 appreciation of Emily Valentine and interview with Christine Elise. "Part of why she stands out so much is that she was the first one—the first different one," Elise said. "She was the first one that came in that mixed it up at all. You know, there were no other bad guys—she was the new kid in the mix and I think the first one, really, that had any dramatic storyline. I know from what I hear from people in subsequent years that she stood for all the kids that weren’t popular. Whether they felt outside or less than or disenfranchised because they were either, you know, financially separated from the people they knew or they were gay kids or punk rock kids—she stood and held the place in that storyline for a lot of kids."
FX's pickup comes days after Pose returned for Season 2 with its series-best ratings of 1.2 million total viewers. The pickup also comes as Pose is emerging as a serious Emmy Awards contender.
With YouTube moving away from scripted programming, the YouTube Orginals dark comedy starring Dunst has found its third network home: Showtime, where it will premiere on Sunday, Aug. 25. The George Clooney-produced On Becoming a God in Central Florida was originally set at AMC when it was announced in January 2017. It moved to YouTube in June 2018. The nine-episode hourlong series "tells the story of the cult of free enterprise and one woman’s relentless pursuit of the American dream in the early '90s," according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Dunst plays Krystal Stubbs, who lies, schemes and cons her way up the ranks of Founders American Merchandise (FAM) — the cultish, flag-waving, multibillion-dollar pyramid scheme that drove her to ruin in the first place, run by the powerful Obie Garbeau II (Ted Levine)." Watch On Becoming a God in Central Florida's trailer.
Footage from Munich Comic-Con shows Headey describing filming a final season "traumatic" scene where Cersei loses her baby, which was left on the cutting room floor. Headey recently admitted to The Guardian that she "was kind of gutted" over Cersei's fate, saying "I wanted a better death."
Batwoman joins Supergirl for The CW's Sunday night superhero lineup starting Oct. 6.
MGM Television is turning the iconic comedian's 1986 film into what it is calling a docuseries. Back to School co-starred a young Robert Downey Jr., William Zabka, Ned Beatty, Sally Kellerman and Sam Kinison, with cameos by Oingo Boingo and Kurt Vonnegut. Variety reports that the Back to School series will explore what happens when the "comedian’s character, millionaire Thorton Melon, enrolls in college with his son to keep him from dropping out. In typical Dangerfield fashion, he triggers a series of comedic mishaps on campus." College students will be surprised when their parents become their classmates, living as dorm mates and pledging the same fraternity or sorority. The Back to School reality show counts MGM Television chief Mark Burnett as an executive producer. “I am so excited to take the premise of one of my favorite films into the unscripted world,” said Barry Poznick, MGM’s president, Unscripted Television. “Rodney was a comedic genius and his spirit is very much in the DNA of our show’s approach to a dual fish-out-of-water comedic format for audiences to experience along with our parents and kids. I love that grown-ups are going back to school and we are able to capture this with our new series.” Dangerfield died in 2004 at age 82.
The Voice's first season without Adam Levine will kick off NBC's season on Monday, Sept. 23, followed by Jimmy Smits' Bluff City Law. NBC's fall shows will all premiere the week of Sept. 23, with the exception of The Blacklist, which returns Oct. 4. New comedies Perfect Harmony and Sunnyside will join The Good Place on NBC's Thursday lineup on Sept. 26.
While Netflix, Disney and Apple are prioritizing new animated content for kids, Amazon is pulling it back on animated kids shows to focus on shows that families can watch together and programming for young adults. “When we looked at our customer feedback, we identified a need to expand and broaden our audience targets and have decided to focus on developing content for families inclusive of but not exclusively for kids,” Amazon Studios said in a statement. “We are also continuing to develop animated content that will target young adult audiences.” Amazon added that it will continue producing its current animated kids shows.
About 3.91 million viewers checked out Sunday's hourlong special, down from the 6.1 million viewers who watched Celebrity Family Feud in the same timeslot the previous week. Trump's interview was also in third place. Trump's ABC interview was a slo way down from the 7.5 million from his first primetime interview, with ABC News' David Muir, after his inauguration in 2017.
Cooper announced the news of his mom's death at age 95 in an eight-minute video shown on CNN. "Gloria Vanderbilt was an extraordinary woman, who loved life, and lived it on her own terms," Cooper said of his mom, an heiress, fashion designer, artist and socialite. "She was a painter, a writer and designer but also a remarkable mother, wife, and friend. She was 95 years old, but ask anyone close to her, and they'd tell you: She was the youngest person they knew -- the coolest and most modern." ALSO: Andy Cohen pays tribute to his friend Cooper's mom, writing: "In fact, Anderson’s iconic and infectious giggle comes from his mom."
The America's Next Top Model vet is joining the upcoming short-form video platform to star in and executive produce a docuseries that “celebrates being beautiful" and aims to "break down barriers and challenge traditional notions” of beauty and question the societal standards that have defined us. “As I look into the future, I see radical changes in both how people ‘attain beauty,’ and how the world perceives beauty,” Banks said in a statement. “Our docuseries aims to expand and redefine the definition of beauty as we know it, challenging why we accept certain beauty parameters and reject others, and examining the beliefs behind those judgments.”
Documents obtained by The Blast reveal that Disney filed multiple trademark applications this month for "all types" of merchandise related to The Golden Girls, including board games, magents, T-shirts and DVDs.
The 16 new houseguests are all brand-new to Big Brother. They include a Broadway performer, a therapist, a petroleum engineer and a wine safari guide.
The airing last night of the CBS All Access drama's Season 1 premiere and its second episode improved on CBS' reruns the previous week of God Friended Me and NCIS: LA.
"The Queer Eye hosts will attend and participate in this year’s World Pride Parade on a float flanked by Netflix employees and allies,” reports Page Six. Bobby Berk adds: “I don’t even know if it’s public knowledge yet, but we’ll have our own big ol’ gay float." ALSO: Queer Eye guys join Katy Perry in Taylor Swift's new music video.
NBC News correspondent Stephanie Gosk and Emmy-winning journalist Troy Roberts will each host four episodes of the eight-episode true-crime series that "will uncover dark and twisted motives, from vengeance to jealousy to greed, that led to gruesome killings," according to Deadline. Killer Motive premieres Sunday Aug. 25.
CBS Television Distribution plans to launch Dabl (pronounced "dabble") on Sept. 9 on digital secondary channels of CBS owned-and-operated broadcast stations. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Dabl "will feature library shows from Martha Stewart and Emeril Lagasse at its launch, along with other programs focusing on cooking, home renovation, DIY and travel. CBS Television Distribution will pay stations a fee to house the network on their digital subchannels and control and sell all ad inventory."
Savage's TV aftershow spoof, premiering on June 30, will talk about all things The Flare. As TVLine notes The Flare is "a TV adaptation of (fictional!) author TJ Whitford’s (fictional!) sci-fi book series, which has (ostensibly!) been a favorite of Savage’s since childhood."
Gray is the second Lyon sibling to get in trouble with the law this year, following Jussie Smollett's arrest for allegedly faking a hate crime. The Blast reports that Gray, 25, was taken into custody when he was pulled over on Thursday morning.
Comcast says more than 48 million Americans have physical or mobility disabilities. To address those viewers, Xfinity X1 eye control is a "web-based remote for tablets and computers that pairs with an existing eye gaze system and allows viewers with a single glance to change the channel, access the DVR or search for programs." “Changing the channel on a TV is something most of us take for granted but until now, it was a near-impossible task for millions of viewers,” says Comcast VP of Accessibility Tom Wlodkowski. “When you make a product more inclusive you create a better experience for everyone and we’re hoping our new X1 feature makes a real difference in the lives of our customers.”
Bedingfield and songwriter Linda Perry teamed up to produce a remix of "Unwritten" for use on The Hills spinoff series. "Unwritten" was the theme song for The Hills. "Doing a remix has been really fun," says Bedingfield. As E! News notes, this isn't your typical remix with original vocals and new beats and cords. "I wanted to re-sing it," she says. "I wanted to take where I'm at now, kind of give it that new spin."
The Wyatt Russell-led surfer dramedy returns to AMC on Aug. 12.
Joel McHale: Live From Pyongyang will be released through the comedy production company Comedy Dynamics on Aug. 6.
“This season feels unlike anything we’ve shot before and we really embrace all the things that are Vegas, you know? Kind of the danger, the excitement, the sex, the raciness,” Alison Brie tells EW. “I think there’s a lot of debauchery in season 3.”