TLC officially cancels '19 Kids and Counting'
The Duggar family reality show “will no longer appear on the air" following the Josh Duggar molestation scandal, TLC tells the Associated Press. The cable network also announced it has teamed with two prominent child-protection organizations, which will result in a commercial-free documentary child abuse airing next month that will be made with the Duggar's cooperation. PLUS: Read the Duggar family statement on cancelation.
There have been no negotiations with the NBA legend, says TMZ, but the Peacock is seeking to replace Donald Trump with a "a successful minority businessperson who's active in the inner cities." TMZ also says NBC is indeed interested in George Lopez.
Ronda Rousey, he said, "knocked out more women than Bill Cosby."
Turns out Gilligan shot a gym scene from Breaking Bad at Maron’s Albuquerque high school.
Check out young Arya putting her list to a chalkboard.
Joe Pritchett will be played by an older actor next season.