ESPN’s Bill Simmons lands on HBO with his own talk show

Norman Weiss

ESPN’s Bill Simmons lands on HBO with his own talk show

The fired ESPN personality and columnist will host a weekly talk show on HBO starting in 2016 that will feature personalities from the world of sports and pop-culture. Simmons' deal also calls for “a comprehensive partnership on a variety of platforms between the network and Simmons,” including podcasts and, likely, documentaries.


The Lone Gunmen will be back for The X-Files reboot

Dean Haglund announced via Twitter that, he, Tom Braidwood and Bruce Harwood will reprise their fan favorite roles.


Ryan Seacrest’s Knock Knock Live has one of Fox's worst-ever debuts

Just 1.7 million watched the star-studded debut of Seacrest’s new reality show.


CBS orders The Good Wife creators’ BrainDead Washington, D.C. comic-horror comedy

Airing next summer, Robert and Michelle King’s new series will follow a young staffer on Capitol Hill is shocked to learn that alien spawn have eaten the brains of members of Congress and other political figures.


Lily Rabe is set to return to American Horror Story as a serial killer

The Whispers star, who’s appeared in all four previous seasons, is in talks to play a famous murderer on the Hotel season.


Arrow
has found its Baron Blitzkrieg

British actor Jimmy Akingbola has been cast in the role of DC Comics character Baron Reiter.

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