Location Managers Guild International Award Winners: ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout,’ ‘Jack Ryan’ & More

Mission: Impossible – Fallout, Roma, Jack Ryan, and Chernobyl all picked up honors tonight from the 6th annual Location Managers Guild International Awards at the Eli and Edythe Broad Stage in Santa Monica. The awards are handed out by the Location Managers Guild International (LMGI) and honor features, television and commercials for creative use of […]

Chloë Sevigny Says Democrats Must “Fight” To Vote Out Trump

Chloë Sevigny believes it’s time for political change in the U.S., and she’s willing to support any Democrat who can defeat President Trump. The Oscar-nominated actress (Boys Don’t Cry) discussed the 2020 presidential election in a Saturday article published by the U.K.’s Guardian, while promoting her perfume Little Flower. Sevigny said she’s backing Bernie Sanders, […]

City Of LA Gets Into The Groove On September 21 With “Earth, Wind & Fire Day”

“Do you remember the 21st night of September?” In case you forgot, the city of Los Angeles declared today “Earth, Wind & Fire Day.” City council members used the designation to recognize the hometown group and their iconic hit “September.” Earlier this month, Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson invited Earth, Wind & Fire to L.A. City Hall […]

‘Seinfeld’: Viacom Nabs Cable Rights To Comedy Series

Just days after Netflix landed global streaming rights to Seinfeld, currently on Hulu, the classic NBC sitcom also has found a new cable home. Viacom has acquired the exclusive cable syndication rights to Seinfeld in a deal with Sony Pictures Television. Beginning in October 2021, the full library of all 180 Seinfeld episodes will leave […]

Fox News Host Laura Ingraham Thinks Teen Activists Should Chill Out Over Climate Change

Young people took to the streets Friday for global protests over climate change, known as “Global Climate Strike” events. The marches and rallies took place in just about every corner of the world, including in Paris, Seoul, New York City, San Francisco, and Madison, Wisconsin, according to The Associated Press. Many U.S. students were excused […]

‘America’s Got Talent’ Runner-Up Detroit Youth Choir Gets $1M Endowment From Businesses

The Detroit Youth Choir may have finished second on this year’s edition of America’s Got Talent, but it will still get $1 million, matching the grand prize won by singer Kodi Lee. The show wrapped its 14th season Wednesday on NBC, with Lee edging out the choir. But several Detroit businesses have decided to endow […]

‘Queer Eye’ Star Jonathan Van Ness Reveals “Devastating” HIV-Positive Diagnosis

Queer Eye star Jonathan Van Ness is going public about his past drug use, HIV-positive status, and being sexually abused as a child. The reality TV personality sat down with The New York Times for an interview published Saturday, ahead of the release of his memoir, Over the Top. “It’s hard for me to be […]

Friday Ratings: ABC’s ’20/20′ Tops The Night’s Newsmag Wars, Beating NBC’s ‘Dateline’

The news magazine upset alert was flashing red on Friday night, as ABC’s 20/20 topped NBC’s Dateline for the first time in weeks. The ABC segment on DNA solving a 30-year-old cold case murder topped Dateline’s interview with Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre. The ABC series had an 0.5/3 among adults 18-49 and 3.67 […]

Fox News Host Tucker Carlson On Climate Strike: “Adults Hoping To Exploit Children For Political Purposes”

Fox News host Tucker Carlson claimed Friday that the so-called strike by children for environmental action was actually stage-managed by adults for political purposes. Speaking on his Tucker Carlson Tonight, Carlson said that the millions of children who skipped school around the world were part of a “coordinated left-wing political protest. It was called Climate […]

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