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A number of jokes during the evening from the roasters involved Trump, Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey. The Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis did not go well for Dennis Rodman.  The ex-basketball star and reality TV personality struggled through most of his time on Saturday during the taping of the roast in Hollywood.  It
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A ‘Late Night’ producer’s mother, Robin “Bootsie” Plunkett, attended a fundraiser for a Democratic Congressional candidate, where she asked the people in attendance about snowflakes and grocery bills. As the midterm elections approach, Late Show host Stephen Colbert has determined a unique way to cover them — by enlisting a so-called “uninformed voter” to be
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The drama features the historically largest cast of trans actors portraying trans characters. FX is going back to the ball. The basic cable network has handed out a second season renewal for dance musical drama Pose. The show, from co-creators Ryan Murphy and Steven Canals, will return for its sophomore run in 2019. An episode
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The ‘Bad Moms’ actress will play a woman with a dark sense of humor and an anger problem in the 10-episode streaming series. Christina Applegate is returning to television. The former Married with Children actress will star in Dead to Me, a new Netflix dark comedy series from executive producers Will Ferrell and Adam McKay. The casting
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“I have Trump nomination Bingo! You see, all the squares say ‘White Guy.’” A day after President Donald Trump announced Judge Brett Kavanaugh as his nomination for a vacancy on the Supreme Court, late-night hosts took aim at the president’s choice. Referring to Monday’s televised announcement as “America’s Next Top Justice,” Stephen Colbert said of
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The first issue of Robert Kirkman and Scott M. Gimple’s new Image Comics series, “DIE!DIE!DIE!,” arrives in stores on Wednesday (July 11). The creative minds behind Rick Grimes are pulling a Beyoncé. The Walking Dead comic book creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman, alongside former Walking Dead showrunner and current franchise overseer Scott M. Gimple,
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[This story contains spoilers through the first two seasons of Netflix’s GLOW.] In the third episode of Netflix comedy GLOW, energetic and idealistic producer Bash Howard (Chris Lowell) has taken the ragtag group of wannabe female wrestlers to his exotic mansion in Malibu. An early read of the first script by director Sam Sylvia (Marc
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