“SciJinks,” the all-new science prank show hosted by “The Big Bang Theory” star Johnny Galecki, will premiere on Discovery and Science Channel this spring. Galecki, along with Tamara Robertson and Jason Latimer, will test out science on the unsuspecting, drawing from chemistry, physics, technology, engineering and more, with never-before-seen pranks that will introduce audiences to remarkable and unusual scientific discoveries. “SciJinks” is produced by Alcide Bava Productions and A. Smith & Co. Productions for Discovery Channel and Science Channel. Galecki and Andrew Haas are executive producers for Alcide Bava Productions. Arthur Smith, Frank Sinton and Anthony Storm are executive producers for A. Smith & Co. Productions. Caroline Perez is executive producer for Science Channel.
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Ann Curry‘s departure from the Today show five years ago was a painful one — but along the way, she was bolstered by a “remarkable” outpouring of support.
Sitting down exclusively with People in this week’s issue, Curry, 61, wells up as she recalls the network of colleagues that swung into action.
“During those darkest days, one by one, these wonderful women reached out,” she says. “Jane Pauley,
“I was everybody’s mama because I was a born leader,” Lewis boasts to Et. She has no qualms about the mothers she’s played, or even about taking on the roles that some of her colleagues in Hollywood may have viewed as stereotypes.
“Obviously, I’ll do anything,” she says with a laugh. “I don’t care what it is; for that kind of money, I’ll play the
The former secretary of state had Joe’s Pizza delivered to a group of people lined up outside of a Barnes & Noble in New York City a day before a scheduled signing for book What Happened.
“Already a line for @HillaryClinton book signing (that’s tomorrow) #WhatHappened,” Clinton Staffer Greg Hale tweeted, along with a photo of the shocked members of the line.
Already a line for @HillaryClinton book signing ( that's tomorrow). ❤️#WhatHappened @GradyKeefe @joysecuban pic.twitter.com/bPnfzBZ4k8
— GregHale1 (@GregHale1) September 12, 2017
Clinton, 69, tweeted back with, “Enjoy! See you all tomorrow!
"I think I am good, but
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Clinton told Jane Pauley on “CBS Sunday Morning” that she was “gobsmacked” by Donald Trump’s upset victory after the hard-fought 2016 presidential race. The interview is the kick off of Clinton’s promo campaign for her forthcoming book “What Happened,” to be released Tuesday by CBS’ Simon & Schuster imprint.
“I just felt this enormous letdown, just kind of loss of feeling and direction and sadness,” Clinton said in the interview that aired Sunday. “And, you know, Bill (Clinton) just kept saying, “Oh, you know, that was a terrific speech,” tryin’ to just kinda bolster me a little bit. Off I went, into a frenzy of closet cleaning, and
"I am done with being a candidate. But I am not done with politics because I literally believe that our country's future is at stake," Clinton told Sunday Morning's Jane Pauley.
While recalling her election night experience, Clinton expressed that the morning after, she had only written a victory speech...
“While I’m answering questions, my mind is going, ‘Okay, do I keep my composure? Do I act like a president? Am I the person that people can trust in the end to make hard decisions? Or do I wheel around and say, ‘Get outta my space. Back up, you creep’? Well, you know, I didn’t do the latter,” Clinton said of the St. Louis debate.
While the extended interview will be broadcast on Sept. 10, a preview was featured tonight on the CBS Evening News. In it, Clinton also opened up about more general struggles during the campaign.
Clinton's first television tour stop was CBS Sunday Morning, where she was interviewed by Jane Pauley.
On Wednesday, she will be interviewed by the ladies of The View, and on Sept. 19 she will...
Clinton will appear on the Nov. 1 episode to promote her book “What Happened,” which details her 2016 Presidential campaign. This will be Clinton’s first appearance on the Comedy Central late-night series since Noah took over as host.
Clinton will be making the rounds in promotion of the book, with CBS announcing Thursday that the former Secretary of State will appear on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Sept. 19. She will also discuss the book on CBS’ “Sunday Morning” with anchor Jane Pauley, marking her first sit-down TV interview since the election. The book will be published on Sept. 12.
In portions of the book that have already been leaked, Clinton is critical of former primary rival Bernie Sanders, whom she says “had to resort to innuendo and impugning my character.” In an excerpt released on MSNBC, Clinton
This marks Clinton’s first late-night appearance since her run during the 2016 presidential election and will be her second visit to “The Late Show” overall (her first was back in 2015).
Clinton and Colbert will discuss her presidential campaign, as chronicled in her new book, “What Happened,” which will be published by Simon & Schuster — a division of CBS Corporation — on Sept. 12. She is also set to share her thoughts on the current administration.
Clinton will also discuss the book on CBS’ “Sunday Morning” with anchor Jane Pauley, marking her first sit-down TV interview since the election.
Portions of the book have already leaked out. In one section, she was critical of her Democratic rival, Bernie Sanders, and wrote that he “had to resort to innuendo and impugning my character
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The Q&A, to air on Sunday, Sept. 10 (at 9 am/8c), comes as the former First Lady and Secretary of State is set to release a tell-all focused on her stunning loss to President Donald Trump. The book, entitled What Happened, will be in stores on Sept. 12.
Clinton will tape her CBS Sunday Morning segment later this week. The interview is expected to touch upon
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