In 2006, Oprah Winfrey cancelled an appearance on her show by Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, the parents whose 15 children had made them famous not just to fellow evangelical Christians but to the secular world as well. »
Conan O’Brien’s response to sharing a time slot with David Letterman’s last show was funny and cool as hell! Sadly, there’s no word on whether his viewer actually changed the channel, but that’s neither here nor there.
David Letterman got a lot of famous people to deliver his final top 10 list and it was perfectly unflattering. »
David Letterman is finally retiring and it’s the end of a national nightmare, say our nation’s presidents.
Whether you regard the examples above as creepy lechery or benign flirting, this way of communicating is a part of David Letterman’s legacy.
It’s mad early in the year to be thinking about fall TV, I know. But the whole point of May Upfronts—where networks preview their upcoming programs—is for advertisers and critics (and all you lowly viewers) to get a taste of the best and trashiest shows guaranteed to be on television for decades. »
In the wake of Bruce Jenner’s Diane Sawyer interview, rumors have swirled regarding the alleged re-shooting of tearful Kris Jenner scenes for E!’s Keeping Up With The Kardashians: About Bruce two-part special. In light of this controversy, Gawker called on an expert to determine exactly when the footage was filmed. »
Gawker Media Special Projects Editor Alex Pareene and Executive Features Editor Tom Scocca have never watched the much-discussed AMC program Mad Men. Nevertheless, in honor of the show’s much-anticipated finale, we scheduled a roundtable discussion on Twitter.
The Mariah Carey/Jennifer Lopez feud stretches back to 2001, when ideas were lifted from Carey’s ill-fated Glitter album for multiple versions of Lopez’s smash “I’m Real.” At last night’s Billboard Music Awards, Lopez silently confirmed that rivalry thrives. Lopez’s showing last night was slightly more refined than … »
Did the same horrible thing happen to Sansa in the books? What is the deal with Arya’s boss at the House of Black and White? Where, exactly, are Tyrion and Jorah? »
Chicken: We love it! Chicken production in the U.S. has doubled over the past 25 years, to 160 million chickens every week. That makes it sound like it’s a great time to be a chicken grower, but John Oliver explained Sunday night that it is most assuredly not.
Sean Bean, man of a thousand on-screen deaths and the erstwhile Lord Eddard Stark, continues to discuss Game of Thrones in interviews long after his head has fully rotted on a pike in King’s Landing. And he continues to drop the same huge spoiler about Jon Snow. Because: who cares? He dead! »