13 items from 2017
Seth Rogen and wife Lauren Miller Rogen's Hilarity for Charity held its third annual Hilarity for Charity Variety Show at New York City's Webster Hall on June 9, raising nearly $400,000 to fund free in-home care for struggling families with Alzheimer's Disease. The Neighbors star was also joined by comedy pals Amy Schumer, Colin Jost and Jim Gaffigan, who turned out to support the cause by taking to the stage to perform stand-up routines. Later in the night, Seth welcomed fellow funnyman Paul Rudd to the stage -- together raising over $32,000 through audience text donations.
Meanwhile, "Forever" singer Chris Brown attended the premiere of his new documentary, Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life, chronicling the songwriter's roller-coaster career and life at L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California. The film, produced by Riveting Entertainment, also features interviews with family members, friends and supporters, including Usher, DJ Khaled, Mary J. Blige, [link »
A character known as “The Boy” shows up and claims to be long-lost royalty in this week’s The White Princess, and no one — not even Patrick Gibson, the actor who plays him — knows whether he’s telling the truth.
If you’ve kept up with Starz’s historical drama, you know that Edward and Richard — the younger brothers of main character Lizzie, and heirs to the throne of England — went missing as children after their mother, Elizabeth of Woodville, sent them away in an attempt to keep them safe from vengeful Tudors.
Norman Bates’ final descent into Psychosis has begun.
The fifth and final season of A&E’s Bates Motel got underway Monday night, and it was completely, utterly, gloriously nuts. It was also heartbreaking. And on at least one occasion, slightly mystifying.
Below, showrunner Kerry Ehrin tackles some of my burning questions about the premiere, while also teasing what craziness awaits in the remaining nine episodes.
Tvline | The biggest shocker of the episode for me — Norman is a total slob!
Kerry Ehrin | [Laughs] Hilarious. He’s a boy »
Remember, at the end of The Detour‘s first season, when the cops showed Nate all the photos of a woman who looked a lot like Robin? All those hairdos? Those ’80s and ’90s styles?
If you liked that, series star Natalie Zea says, you’ll be quite satisfied with the TBS comedy’s Season 2, which kicks off Tuesday at 10/9c.
VideosThe Detour Season 2 Promo: The Parkers Prove ‘It’s Fun Being Weird’
“Oh, you just wait,” she tells TVLine, laughing. “I’m hanging on to these incredible photographs that I haven’t been able to post on social media, »
Read no further if you haven’t seen Sunday’s episode of “The Walking Dead.” Spoilers below:
In addition to Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the Alexandrians scaring up another ally in the fight against Negan, Sunday’s “The Walking Dead” marked a milestone: After, as Norman Reedus puts it, “like 85 years,” Daryl (Reedus) and Carol (Melissa McBride) finally reunited. Reedus called up Variety to discuss the episode.
As you said, it feels like it’s been a few decades since Daryl and Carol were on screen together, even though it’s only been about 12 episodes. What was your first day back together like?
I remember reading the script and being like, “Yes! Finally!” This whole season I’ve been separated from everyone and finally I have been getting to be with everyone again. There are certain actors I’ve been with a while and totally trust and we have that rapport, we »
- Oriana Schwindt
Drew Barrymore has previously said she has no plans to use facial fillers, and now we can see why.
The Santa Clarita Diet star shared the internal workings of her (multiple) beauty cabinets on Instagram on Friday and Saturday, and has drawn on her own expertise to weigh in and what is and is not good for your face.
Barrymore, 41, has successfully created her own makeup empire, Flower, and included some products from her own line onto the list of things every beauty junkie should have.
The beauty guru swears by her “fav moisturizer” by Shea Moisture, going as far as writing, »
- Alexia Fernandez
After Season 3 concluded with tech savant Richard Hendricks regaining control of his failed company, the entrepreneur attempts to stumble upon a new invention – as well as revive the Pied Piper corporate name – in the Season 4 teaser, which features Run the Jewels' "Talk to Me."
"I need to build something else. We could build a new internet," Thomas Middleditch's Hendricks tells his incredulous collaborators, »
Drew Barrymore is just as much a beauty genius as she is a beauty guru. She’s mastered the perfect shade of ombré highlights, can pull off any red lip and has successfully created her own makeup empire, Flower. But behind the scenes, her glam is pretty low-maintenance — and she’s opening up about her routine to the New York Times.
“I would say 90 percent of my life, I wear zero makeup,” she says, adding that she relies on Flower’s Skincognito Stick Foundation “because it covers blue, red, brown, purple,” as well as one new lipstick shade every month. »
- Jillian Ruffo
It’s the fourth episode of “The Bachelor” and… where were we?
Leading into the rose ceremony, most everyone is where we would expect them to be: Vanessa is confronting Nick about Corinne; Taylor is using words like “plethora” so we know that she’s The Smart One; and Corinne is fast asleep.
At the rose ceremony, Jaimi straightens her hair and is unrecognizable, and the women indicate that if Corinne gets a rose, s— will go down. Corinne gets a rose. “I’m so happy I got a rose. Now I get to make out with Nick for another week,” Corinne says, while Christen and Brittany return home, heartbroken.
After the ceremony, Corinne gives an eternal toast and everybody seems pissed off partially because they are disgusted by her presence, but »
- Seth Kelley
Does anybody really know what's going on?
One thing I know for sure after watching Colony Season 2 Episode 2 is that we're a touch away from reuniting four of the Bowmans again. But not the four we've gotten to know as a unit.
The elusive Charlie and daddy Will have finally been reunited, but with Bram slaving away in a labor camp, the Bowmans will still be one shy of a full load. Other than that? Alien filled sky is the limit!
The extended family unit is still in tact, and pulsating. While we lost Beau last season, we've picked up Devon, and she grew on me during the hour. She's not only feisty, but she knows how to get around in a world that's very foreign to Will.
Jennifer was back, and she's not someone you really miss until she's right in front of you. Kathleen Rose Perkins is a gem. »
- Carissa Pavlica
"Rusev is not budging at all!" WWE stars Rusev and Lana are about to get married, but before they tie the knot Lana's friends Renee Young and Trinity Fatu want to throw her a bachelorette party. The only problem is, Rusev doesn't want Lana to have one and he lets that be known in this clip from tonight's Total Divas. "Alright, spill it, what is it you don't like about the bachelorette party? Talk to me," Renee says. "I don't know, why? Like what is the point?" Rusev asks. Renee explains, "Well it's like a celebration, right? Is it like you don't want strippers around Lana? You don't want her to just go wild?" Rusev says he »
Taking into account that The CW renewed four series based on DC properties earlier today, it’s quite apparent that the network has no aversion to green-lighting spinoffs and has great confidence in comic book adaptations. As such, it comes as no surprise that an Archie television universe may come into existence should Riverdale prove to be a success.
Those hoping for such a thing to happen will likely be glad to read this quote from CW president Mark Pedowitz, whom Screen Rant caught up with at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. When asked if an expanded universe is a possibility, Pedowitz said:
“Talk to me in about 5-6 weeks.”
Although that does fill us with excitement, we do have to question how spinoffs would logically work in this universe they’ve created. Some of the characters whom are known to headline comics of their own aside from Archie himself – Betty, »
- Eric Joseph
CW president Mark Pedowitz came before the TCA press tour right after renewing seven of the network’s shows. Consequently, one of the biggest themes in his Q&A session was the network’s loyalty to programs like “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” and “Jane the Virgin,” despite their low linear ratings.
“It has nothing to do with numbers,” Pedowitz said. “‘Crazy Ex,’ ‘Jane,’ as franchises, have helped alter the perception of what the CW has become. When you have great critical work, critically acclaimed, award-nominated shows like ‘Crazy,’ it deserved to be picked up. Sometimes with critically acclaimed, great programming, you just [renew it] and hope that it finds an audience. In today’s fragmented world, [awards nominations] give you a calling card.”
The network’s newest high-profile show is “Riverdale,” an adaptation of the Archie comics. It’s a dark murder mystery that has elements of everything from “Twin Peaks” to “Beverly Hills 90210.”
“We thought there was a need in the marketplace »
- Maureen Ryan
13 items from 2017
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