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'Jeopardy!''s three biggest winners facing off in primetime 'Greatest of All Time' special

(LOS ANGELES) -- Ken Jennings, Brad Rutter and James Holzhauer, the three biggest winners in the history of Jeopardy!, will face off against each other in a "primetime throwdown" in January on ABC. Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time will have the trio competing for a top prize of a million bucks; the first player to…... Read More

Bill Murray reuniting with director Peter Farrelly for Quibi comedy series 'The Now'

(LOS ANGELES) -- The short-form channel that's getting a lot of celebrity attention, Quibi, has just landed a notoriously difficult to catch fish: Bill Murray. The Ghostbusters veteran is reuniting with Peter Farrelly -- who co-directed the gross-out comedy Kingpin starring Murray, before becoming the director of the Oscar-winning Green…... Read More

'The OA' star Kingsley Ben-Adir to play President Obama in James Comey miniseries

(LOS ANGELES) -- The OA star Kingsley Ben-Adir is gearing up to fill some pretty big shoes. Entertainment Weekly has confirmed that Ben-Adir will play President Barack Obama in the upcoming James Comey miniseries from CBS Studios. The miniseries, which does not yet have a network, is based on Comey's book, A…... Read More

'Ford v Ferrari' smokes the competition with $31 million debut

(NEW YORK) -- Ford v Ferrari topped the weekend box office and delivered an estimated $31 million in its opening weekend.  The film, based on the true story of engineer Carroll Shelby and race car driver Ken Miles, played respectively by Matt Damon and Christian Bale, who teamed up to build a car that could beat Ferrari for Ford…... Read More

'SNL' adds

NEW YORK) --Jon Hamm showed up for Saturday Night Live's cold open sketch, this weekend, which mocked the House public impeachment hearings, which, according to some pundits, lacked the "pizzazz" needed to capture the public's attention. SNL addressed the criticism by presenting the hearings as a soap opera, titled, "Days of Our Impeachment." The…... Read More

'Watchmen' director on the show's

(NEW YORK) -- Director Nicole Kassell is no stranger to high-profile TV projects: After all, she's a veteran of shows ranging from Claws to Breaking Bad. And now her handiwork can be seen on HBO's new hit Watchmen, the small-screen sequel to the landmark graphic novel from Alan Moore and…... Read More

'Mr. Robot's' new favorite villain Ashlie Atkinson talks playing a

(NEW YORK) -- It may be the final season of USA Network hacker drama Mr. Robot, but the show still had time to introduce one last baddie. Ashlie Atkinson plays the show’s new favorite villain, Dark Army operative Janice – and she’s having a blast scaring the crap out of…... Read More

Wayne Brady is not here for your 'Chappelle's Show' references:

(NEW YORK) -- Wayne Brady wants you to know that he's accomplished a lot in his career. From being a staple on Whose Line Is It Anyway?, to hosting his own variety show and CBS' Let's Make a Deal, Brady has effortlessly conquered whatever he's set his mind to in…... Read More

Love Hallmark Christmas movies? Get paid $1,000 bucks for simply watching them

(LOS ANGELES) -- Remember that Halloween contest that tasked one person to sit through the entirety of Stephen King movies for a wad of cash?  Well, that contest just got a Christmas update. On Thursday, Internet service provider CenturyLink launched their own contest tasking one individual to binge 24 Hallmark Christmas…... Read More

Second chapter of 'The Mandalorian',

(NEW YORK) -- The second episode of the new Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian had fans staying up late -- or rising early Friday morning -- as it debuted at midnight. Unlike other streaming shows that drop full seasons at a clip, show creator Jon Favreau specifically wanted one…... Read More

Dwayne Johnson teases

(LOS ANGELES) -- It's official: the long-teased Black Adam, which stars Dwayne Johnson as the titular DC Comics character, will hit movie theaters on December 22, 2021.  The WWE wrestler-turned-actor revealed the news, along with a new image of him in the role on Thursday via Instagram. "BLACK ADAM is blessed by magic…... Read More