Photo: Brenda Lee, flickr. From the basement of his mother’s home in Thornhill, Ontario, disgraced former ‘Q’ host Jian Ghomeshi is quietly rebuilding his media empire. Capitalizing on his new reputation within the public consciousness, the fired CBC radio host… Continue Reading
HOLLYWOOD—The channel once known for promoting knowledge, now better known for pushing the boundaries of good taste, has a new reality show. The format will present mismatched roommates trying to learn from their differences. It may also result in excessive hair pulling, if producers are lucky.
NEW YORK—Tom Selleck was recently accused of stealing water in California. And in a case of art imitating life, an upcoming Blue Bloods episode will feature a purported water thief.
…Mickey Rooney, Lauren Bacall, Christopher Lee… they all have one thing in common: they’re dead. Meanwhile, somewhere in New Jersey, Abe Vigoda doggedly continues his tireless living streak.
“It’s been a long road,” says Anthony Field. Since founding The Wiggles in 1991, he’s run the gamut from obscurity to fame and from grief to joy, then back again.
After being on the air for nearly 40 years, Family Feud is running out of questions. Producers at Freemantle Media think they have a solution.
As streets were cleaned and businesses re-built yesterday in the wake of the latest bout of public destruction of property and robbery downtown, thugs, thieves and other malcontents expressed their longing for a continuation of festivities.
Handpicked by John Stewart to replace him as host of The Daily Show, Trevor Noah is already proving to be a controversial figure for the producers at Comedy Central.
In an attempt to increase beer sales during half-time, NFL executives have booked Katy Perry to perform at the 49th annual Super Bowl.
As a pre-emptive measure to ease tensions with Mennonite colonies living in rural Manitoba, the People’s Republic of North Korea (PKR) has indefinitely postponed the release of 순종 여성 목장 손, which translates into “Obedient Female Ranch Hand.”