Courtesy of CBS Express Dylan McDermott and Maggie Q discuss their show “Stalker” and spill on what it’s like working together. McDermott reveals, “I had watched Maggie in a few movies and I knew that she was a badass…I was scared…She does all the stunts on the show so I knew she was really lethal…but more »
Courtesy of Q13 Fox News BY KACI AITCHISON SEATTLE — “JERRY! JERRY! JERRY! JERRY!” It’s hard NOT to break out into that chant when you introduce talk show host Jerry Springer; who, by the way, has worn a LOT of other hats, including mayor, ballroom dancer, lawyer, and news anchor. Read more on Q13 Fox more »
Disney-ABC is developing a talk show with Tyra Banks for fall 2015, the company confirmed today. The syndicator, whose first-run talk show Katie will end its run next month, is looking to replace that show in fall 2015. This year, in its place, ABC stations will air shows such as Disney-ABC game show Who Wants more »
Rosie O’Donnell returned to “The View” on Friday, and weighed in on the controversy surrounding Dylan Farrow’s resurrected allegations of molestation against her adoptive father Woody Allen. The actress and comedian, who was ousted from the show after just one season in 2007, said, “I totally believe [Dylan].” Noting that she herself suffered sexual abuse more »
Transgender model Carmen Carrera and “Orange Is the New Black” star Laverne Cox sat down on Monday with Katie Couric to discuss their careers, upcoming projects and their experiences as high-profile transgender women using their platforms to bring issues of trans justice to national attention. But Couric, it seems, was mostly interested in talking to more »
The sun is setting on Katie Couric’s daytime talk show. The newswoman and ABC have pulled the plug on her daily talk show, “Katie,” which will not return for a third season next year. “While production will continue on ‘Katie’ through June 2014, we’ve mutually agreed that there will not be a third season of more »
The “Today Show” apologized on Wednesday after mocking sign language during a story on the allegedly fraudulent interpreter at Nelson Mandela’s memorial service. It’s not entirely clear what happened at Tuesday’s event, when a man whose sign language was all gibberish was able to take the stage and pretended to “interpret” the various speakers’ remarks. more »
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