Mike Richards is out as host of Jeopardy. A mere nine days after being announced as Alex Trebek’s successor, and right before he was set to start taping episodes, Mike Richards resigned. It appears, however, that he keeps his job as executive producer. Question: How does he even show his face around the studio? Here
From now on, every National Hockey League player must get as drunk as this guy — Tampa Bay Lightning sniper Nikita Kucherov — before every press conference. Yes, he’s an ass for disrespecting Canadiens’ fans but hey — Habs fans, take note. Keep your scene in check until you’ve won it all, or guys like
Lorne Cardinal is a droll riot as always this season as Sgt. Davis Quinton on Corner Gas Animated. The series returns for a fourth and final season Monday on CTV Comedy. In the above video, posted on-line (and brought to my attention when shared by comedy writer-producer Gary Pearson), the actor/writer/director speaks to the searing
Want to hear something funny? The National Comedy Center just inherited Carl Reiner’s complete comedy archives. The interactive museum, located in Jamestown, N.Y. — birthplace of Lucille Ball — announced Friday that it will become the official home of Reiner’s TV and film scripts, creative papers and other memorabilia. His multiple Emmy Award-winning career in
The Conners isn’t the only TV show from the ’90s spilling onto TV schedules today. Now, 30 years after it premiered, one of the biggest sitcoms of the ’90s is back — sort of. Home Improvement ran on ABC from 1991 to 1999 and made a star out of comedian Tim Allen. At one point,
New stay-at-home orders are being issued across many states and provinces this weekend as COVID continues to spike out of control. Bunker down, folks, help get a handle on a second wave and cozy up to the many TV options here for you this weekend. If you haven’t already binged through The Queen’s Gambit and
Should anyone be surprised that Buster Keaton movies will still make humans and other species laugh well into the 32nd century? That was the future as portrayed on last week’s episode of Star Trek: Discovery. The USS Discovery’s Captain Saru (Doug Jones) knows his crew is a little bummed at being booted ahead a millennium.
While it seems now like it came from a galaxy far, far away, it has actually been a full year since The Mandalorian first rocketed onto Disney+. The Jon Favreau-produced “Star Wars” spinoff series instantly became the streaming services’ flagship series. You can recap where things left off in the above video. A second eight-episode