Stephen Colbert to Interview a U.S. Supreme Court Justice and Bernie Sanders in his Second Week
Colbert’s second week of The Late Show will feature Justice Stephen Breyer, Carol Burnett with Broad City stars Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, Lupita Nyong’o, Naomi Watts, Kevin Spacey, Emily Blunt and Jake Gyllenhaal.
A musical based on the Nickelodeon series will feature the music of Steven Tyler, John Legend, Cyndi Lauper, T.I. and David Bowie will run next summer for a limited time, after premiering in Chicago in June.
Says the animal rights group: "Bear Grylls’ shows are known as the bottom of the barrel in demeaning, sexist, species-ist, and who knows what other ‘-ist’ TV reality shows — and that’s certainly saying something.”
Both freshman comedies have had respectable ratings.
O’Donnell responded to Hasselbeck wondering on Fox and Friends wondering why the Black Lives Matter movement isn’t classified as a hate group. PLUS: The View drops its executive producer.
An MTV source tells TMZ that Kanye hosting next year is "on the table.” PLUS: 2015 VMAs was down 500,000 viewers from last year, Kanye almost didn’t show up last night, VMAs sets a Nielsen Twitter record, MTV insists the Nicki Minaj-Miley Cyrus spat was real, Miley smoked a joint in front of the media after the VMAs, why this was the Truman Show VMAs, and Kanye derailed MTV's calculated tweetable moments.
The AMC series seemed to be channeling the “Black Lives Matter” movement, while discouraging direct comparisons. PLUS: Fear dips slightly in Week 2.
The VMAs edition will feature guests Margaret Cho and NeNe Leakes.
Actor Tony Todd will voice the scary villain. “We wanted to do something like James Earl Jones as Darth Vader — this iconic voice coming out of this mask,” says exec producer Andrew Kreisberg.
SNL’s Aidy Bryant will also join the Portlandia star as she promotes her memoir, Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl.
The Hallmark Channel film debuts Oct. 18.
The Step Up actress is playing Lois Lane’s sister.
The Top 16 American Idol alum’s new show, premiering tonight, is mainly a documentary about how Hall’s elaborate YouTube videos are made. "Ostensibly, part of this show’s aim is to emphasize that Todrick Inc. isn’t a one-man operation,” says Jon Caramanica. "But watching Mr. Hall work, it’s clear that everything around him is a prop. The people, the cameras, the locations, the actual props — they’re all in service of him.” PLUS: Beyoncé and Nicole Ritchie are Todrick’s dream guest-stars.
A YouTuber made the video, "Friends for Dinner.”
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