Jack Pearson may be gone, but his "romantic gestures" and "insane good looks" will always live on.
Tuesday's episode of This Is Us, fittingly titled "The Most Disappointed Man," was filled with emotional moments from beginning to end, but we think it's safe to say Toby's (Chris Sullivan) conversation with Jack's (Milo Ventimiglia) spirit tugged at our heartstrings a little harder than any other moment.
As Toby and Kate (Chrissy Metz) begin to reveal the exciting news to their family members that they're expecting their first child together, we learn that Toby is a bit nervous to tell his Catholic mother. In fact, he's "terrified."
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Toby: "Do you remember how she reacted when we told her that we were
Judge Judith Sheindlin just won her specific genre in Nielsen numbers for an incredible 1,100th straight week — that’s more than 21 straight years of ratings domination among court TV shows.
Someone bang a gavel to punctuate that achievement.
Per the latest-available numbers, the syndicated “Judy” was up 2 percent from the prior week, averaging a 6.7 syndication rating. That number nearly tripled her closest syndicated courtroom competition, “Hot Bench” (a 2.3, down 4 percent). Oh, and Sheindlin created.
Perry, it was soon learned, would make $25 million for her work on the first season of the new “Idol.” The move to secure her set off a scramble for talent in the unscripted arena that would see A-listers such as Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, John Legend and Scooter Braun courted to launch or reinvigorate unscripted franchises to compete with the new version of one of television’s most successful shows.
When “American Idol” originally launched in 2001, the most famous name attached was that of Paula Abdul — a second-rung pop singer whose biggest hits were a decade behind her. But as ABC and producer FremantleMedia prep the new “Idol,” they
When “Objectified” debuts on September 17 at 8 p.m., it will bring with it a concept that Fox News viewers might not expect to see on the 21st Century Fox-owned cable-news outlet. On the first of ten episodes, Levin will talk with Judge Judy Sheindlin, the queen of syndicated legal daytime programs, and she will share details about some of the most prized possessions in her Greenwich,Connecticut home.
“I love biographies. I love autobiographies, and it’s kind of what I read,” said Levin in a recent interview. “I wanted to do something with telling a life story but not just sitting on a sofa and having people tell me about their childhood.”
But Levin i s no stranger to keeping people enthralled by
The forum, which was to be unveiled Tuesday night, will host the USC Annenberg Debate Series.
The university said the series will bring together people with different perspectives, including leaders and students.
Sheindlin, a retired New York judge, is host of the long-running TV court show Judge Judy.
In a statement, she said the free exchange of ideas by well-meaning people must be honored on college campuses.
Willow Bay, dean of the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, said...
“When we first met her, she wanted it all. She wanted a fairy tale wedding and whatnot,” series co-star, writer, and producer Ike Barinholtz tells Variety. But now, Mindy is “realizing that maybe she doesn’t really want that.”
Ahead of its final season premiere, Barinholtz talks with Variety about Mindy’s love life, his favorite guest stars, and how the creative team plans to wrap up the series.
Where do we pick up when the sixth season starts?
There’s a slight time jump – not too long – but Mindy has gotten married to Ben, a
The Sheindlin Forum will be home to the USC Annenberg Debate Series, a program that will involve noted speakers, USC students and local high school students. The Sheindlin Debate Fellows program will support USC students tasked with running the debate series.
Sheindlin told Variety that she was inspired to establish the center in an effort to foster civil discourse on the campus. She’s dismayed by the rampant reports of strife and threats of violence over speakers on college campuses at a time of extreme political polarization in the country.
“How can you make up your mind on an issue if you don’t have information,” Sheindlin said. “College campuses have historically been progressive places where a thinking person can listen to all sides of an argument
HBO on Sunday quietly dropped the first trailer for Curb Your Enthusiasm‘s long-delayed ninth season and the 90-second promo offers a first look at Bryan Cranston as Larry’s weary shrink. “I enjoy the mind of Larry David,” Cranston’s therapist (sarcastically) opines at one point.
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The above clip, which warns early on that “Larry’s back… and nothing has changed,” offers a sneak peek at a selection of the grump’s Season 9 gripes. Among them: soap dispensers,
Season 8 of “The Talk” will premiere Monday, Sept. 11 at 2 p.m. Et/1 p.m. Pt on CBS. The season kicks off with some of CBS’ primetime leading men as special guest co-hosts, including Shemar Moore, Chris O’Donnell, Eric Christian Olsen, and Wilmer Valderrama. Featured celebrity guests for the week include international superstar Jackie Chan, CBS’ “The Late Show” host Stephen Colbert making his first appearance to tease his hosting of the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, actors Mark Harmon and Maria Bello from CBS’ “NCIS,” actress Mindy Kaling, who will dish on the new season of her streaming series and upcoming films, and television host Dr. Phil McGraw.
Fox News Channel will premiere a new series, “OBJECTified,” hosted by “TMZ’s” Harvey Levin on Sunday, Sept. 17 at 8 p.m
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