Key and Peele's Jordan Peele Reacts to being Replaced by President Obama

Norman Weiss

Key and Peele's Jordan Peele reacts to being replaced by President Obama
Keegan-Michael Key tweeted thanks to Peele "for coming up with the greatest premise ever for a sketch that one could do with POTUS. #4yearsinthemaking" To which Peele responded: "I knew it was only a matter of time before I was replaced by someone with a better impression." PLUS: White House speechwriters worked with Key and Peele throughout March on Obama's anger translator Luther.

Why Game of Thrones changed Sansa's storyline
"Sansa is a character we care about almost more than any other, and the Stark sisters have from the very beginning been two characters who have fascinated us the most," says co-creator David Benioff. He adds: "We really wanted Sansa to play a major part this season. If we were going to stay absolutely faithful to the book, it was going to be very hard to do that. There was as subplot we loved from the books, but it used a character that's not in the show." PLUS: Sophie Turner calls her new development "a big throwback," Lena Headey talks Cersei's relationship with Margaery, Kit Harrington on shooting that scene, and George R.R. Martin gives his notes on the planned changes from the book.

John Stamos: "I call bullsh*t" on Olsen Twins' claim they didn't know about Full House reboot
Last week, Mary-Kate Olsen said after the Fuller House announcement, "I'm shocked I haven't heard from John."

Amy Schumer unveils the official Inside Amy Schumer Doll
"The official Amy Schumer doll comes equipped to make all the mistakes that Amy makes in real life."

Check out Orange is the New Black's Season 3 poster
Its tagline: "The third coming."

Grey's Anatomy fans launch a petition drive to bring back McDreamy
The Change.org petition declares, "YOU HAVE TO BRING DEREK BACK! NOW! IMMEDIATELY!" PLUS: Patrick Dempsey says ABC was angry when he suggested last November that Derek would be leaving soon.

Daytime Emmys hands out awards to Ellen DeGeneres, Craig Ferguson, Steve Harvey and Jeopardy!
Ferguson won his first Emmy Award not for The Late Late Show but for hosting Celebrity Name Game.

How The Good Wife failed Kalinda
Archie Panjabi won the show's first Emmy, yet writers lost interest in her character. PLUS: Kalinda will appear in the season finale.

Raven-Symoné to The View?
ABC "desperately" wants to sign the Disney Channel and former Cosby Show star to The View's panel before ABC's May 12 upfronts, according to Page Six.

John Oliver goes after Dr. Oz again
On Last Week Tonight, Oliver responded to Dr. Oz's defense of his controversial show by calling him "the worst person in scrubs who has ever been on television — including Katherine Heigl."

Sesame Street parodies The Avengers: Age of Ultron
Watch The Aveggies- Age of Bon Bon.

Disney Channel releases the trailer for The Descendants
The film, airing this summer, introduces the teenage offspring of classic Disney crooks and mischief-makers.

Silicon Valley's new character adds something the show has really needed
Chris Diamantopoulos' billionaire Russ Hanneman is hilariously awful, which is great.

Chicago Fire casts Dora Madison Burge as the new paramedic in charge of Firehouse 51
The Dexter and Friday Night Lights alum will guest on the final three episodes of the season.

Outlander shows male nudity
The most recent episode's surprise scene was "like nothing else on television."

Empire co-creator wants Denzel Washington — behind the camera
"I really want Denzel to direct an episode," says Lee Daniels. "That's my dream."

Bravo orders scripted series My So Called Wife, White Collar Wives and All That Glitters
The Walking Dead producer Gale Anne Hurd is producing All That Glitters, a miniseries set in the world of the '80s magazine industry. Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce star Paul Adelstein is producing My So Called Wife, about a female con artist who marries men and steals their money.

Watch a preview of Girl Meets World Season 2
Featuring Mr. Feeny, Eric Matthews and more Shawn Hunter.

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