RuPaul’s Drag Race adds Carson Kressley and Ross Matthews as Judges
RuPaul’s Drag Race adds Carson Kressley and Ross Matthews as judges
The Logo reality show returns for Season 7 on March 2, and a new trailer has been released featuring the former Queer Eye for the Straight Guy star and E! personality Matthews as new judges. They’ll be joined by a number of celebrity judges, including Jessica Alba, Ariana Grande, John Waters and Kat Dennings.
Agent Carter’s ratings keep falling: Does Marvel have a female superhero problem?
As EW points out, “there’s still a lingering perception among some in Hollywood that female-centered comic-book titles are fandom kryptonite.”
Jay Leno has been reportedly invited to sit on Letterman’s couch
Leno says he hasn’t personally been invited. But according to TV Insider, an invite to Leno’s people was made at least a year ago.
Letterman tells Regis Philbin he “can’t wait” to retire
David Letterman and Paul Shaffer visited The Late Late Show guest-hosted by Regis Philbin last night, and said of his impending retirement: “I can’t wait for it to happen because I am sick and tired of people saying, ‘Well, what are you going to do? What are you going to do?’ I have no idea what I’m going to do.” PLUS: Why Dave will miss Paul, and Letterman referred to future Late Late Show host James Corden as that that “chubby guy from Great Britain” and a “tubby kid.”
Chicken Soup for the Soul is expanding into TV with a CW hidden-camera show
The best-selling book series is coming to TV this fall with a hidden-camera show that is “going to be about how people make the right decisions,” according to the CEO of Chicken Soup for the Soul Productions.
Noah Wyle teams with Justified creator on an FX miniseries on America’s entry into WWII
Those Angry Days will delve into the period between 1937 and 1941, examining the political battles that led to America joining the World War II fight.
Budweiser unveils its Lost Dog follow-up to last year’s Puppy Love Super Bowl ad
Watch the new Super Bowl ad featuring a dog and a horse.
Listen to President Obama sing “We’ll Meet Again” with Stephen Colbert
The president was captured singing on a live mic last month backstage last month when he visited The Colbert Report. For some reason, their backstage performance wasn’t used on Colbert’s final episode. PLUS: Watch Colbert sing a medley of his Second City hits from 1994.
Kyle MacLachlan tweets as if he’s Twin Peaks’ Agent Dale Cooper
“Diane, if you ever get up to Newark Airport on the way to Seattle, this coffee is worth a stop,” MacLachlan tweeted this morning as his famous character.
Maya Rudolph will be part of Lorne Michaels’ new HBO pilot from Late Night writers
Rudolph and Jaden Smith will guest-star on “Brothers in Atlanta,” a comedy about struggling entertainers starring former Late Night with Jimmy Fallon writer/performers Diallo Riddle and Bashir Salahuddin.
Game of Thrones co-creator was “still kind of in shock” after watching his show on the IMAX screen
“It’s a completely different viewing experience, one that’s so immersive and so superior,” says D.B. Weiss.
Jimmy Kimmel fools people with fake organic juice made with Tang, Fun Dip, Creamsicles and Skittles
Kimmel has labeled his “cold pressed juice” as “juce” without the “i.”
Amazon gets the streaming rights to Starz’s The White Queen
The deal for the 2013 miniseries is the first of its kind between Starz and Amazon.
True Detective’s Spaghetti Monster is headed to Hannibal
According to TV Line, actor Glenn Fleshler will play Cordell, a nurse who cares for Mason Verger.
Watch Jimmy Fallon lead a drunken Grease sing-along
“The Tonight Show” host relived his famous 2004 send-off from “SNL” at an NYC bar over the weekend.