“Insecure” actress and creator Issa Rae pays homage to some of the funniest sitcoms of the late 1980s and early 1990s including “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” “Brandy” and “A Different World” with a photo spread that …
Thursday is International Women’s Day, an annual event that recognizes women’s achievements and challenges around the world.
And even out of this world, as this tweet from the women of “Dr. Who” makes clear:
In fact, show biz’s fingerprints are all over Twitter this International Women’s Day.
Some of the tweets celebrate a group of accomplished women en masse:
And some just show them celebrating en mess:
There are many fitting reminders of how …
“American Idol” is heading to ABC but iconic host Simon Cowell isn’t.
“I have no interest,” he told Extra. “My memories are when we first started. It was a different time with Randy (Jackson), Ryan (Seacrest) and Paula (Abdul). You can’t re-create that.”
Ryan, of course, just landed a new gig as Kelly Ripa’s “Live” co-host.
No word on who will be shattering dreams or making them come …
Alec Baldwin has had quite the side hustle going portraying President Donald Trump on “Saturday Night Live.” Wouldn’t it be a kick to have both guys on stage together? Apparently the president didn’t think so.
“When I hosted SNL this season we asked him to come,” Baldwin said during a visit to the “Ellen DeGeneres Show.” “We invited him to come and were so hopeful he would come but he didn’t …
Well, never mind.
First A&E planned an 8-part series called “Generation KKK.” The special, due to launch Jan. 8, was billed as an immersive look at the group – not in any way an endorsement.
Amid criticism and talk of boycott the network recast the series as “Escaping the KKK.”
Now the whole thing’s off, after it turned out some of the subjects to be featured received payment.
I got a lot of problems with you people.
“Seinfeld” ended in 1998 but lives on in syndication and in popular culture. Today marks the beginning of the holiday that involves the airing of grievances, feats of …
Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg are about to heat things up on VH1. The duo has a new cooking show launching Nov. 7 and are hyping the project in a series of cheeky video promos.
“I can’t wait to get Snoop in the kitchen,” Martha says in one.
Snoop muses on the pairing.
“How did me and Martha get together to do this show? A glass of wine, herbs, tea, atmosphere,” he says. “Martha? …
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI
On their charming Netflix series “Grace and Frankie,” Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin play longtime acquaintances thrust into a shared life experience that forces them to embrace each other’s quirks.
On Thursday night, the …
It worked when the subject was O.J. Simpson. So why not when it’s JonBenet Ramsey?
Almost 20 years after the six-year-old beauty queen was found dead in her family’s Boulder, Colo. home, the baffling case is …