Donald Trump Will Ring in the New Year on Fox News

Norman Weiss
TV Tattle

Donald Trump will ring in the New Year on Fox News

“Donald Trump is going to ring in the New Year with us,” said Fox News host Eric Bolling, touting the cable news network’s New Year's Eve live countdown show, which will cut away to Trump at his Mar-A-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida. Bolling said other presidential candidates will be involved, but didn’t mention any other names. PLUS: Fox News bleeps Trump saying “schlonged."


David Fincher teams with Charlize Theron on Netflix’s Mindhunter

The House of Cards executive producer/director is producing with Theron a drama series based on the 1996 book Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit, by two former FBI special agents.


Patrick Dempsey responds to Shonda Rhimes saying she's killed off a character because she hated the actor

"I think she loves being provocative and that’s fine for who she is,” he says, pointing out that she made her comments while promoting her new book. "She’s very savvy,” he adds.


Elisabeth Hasselbeck bids a teary farewell to Fox & Friends

On her final show this morning, the former View star thanked “one heck of a family and team” and called Fox News boss Roger Ailes “one great man.”


Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’s Michelle Yeoh joins Marco Polo

Yeoh will recur in Season 2 of the Netflix series, playing a mysterious character named Hand Maiden.


Game of ThronesDance of Dragons featurette features the voices of dead characters, including Prince Oberyn

Catelyn Stark, Robert Baratheon and Joffrey Baratheon will reportedly also be part of the animated featurette.


Is this Guy Fieri singing about himself?

The Food Network star is apparently involved in a song parodying his persona, titled "Donkey Sauce Flow."


SNL releases a Tina Fey-less sketch that was cut for time

Watch Amy Poehler and Kyle Mooney play feuding siblings.


Edie Falco would love to do another long-running TV series

Following The Sopranos and Nurse Jackie, Falco says she’d “love” to tackle another long-running TV character. "It's a real job,” she says, "someplace you can show up consistently. It suits me. You wouldn't think this career choice would lend itself to consistency, but it does.”


Jimmy Fallon has Star Wars characters sing Stayin’ Alive

Was this Tonight Show video made in poor taste?