Stephen Colbert Gives Jon Stewart a Donald Trump Makeover
The former Daily Show host is back on late-night tonight to again call on Congress to renew the 9/11 first responders bill, which is still being held up. But Stephen Colbert added a twist to Stewart’s cameo: A Donald Trump wig and orange Cheetos makeup.
Not only is Miller fighting a federal fraud indictment, but she’s also having a behind-the-scenes conflict on her Lifetime reality show.
For Sunday’s Barthood episode, The Simpsons embraced rotoscoping.
The Globes tend to ignore the old and embrace the newest shows. (Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Andy Samberg saw lots of Golden Globes love two years ago, only to be snubbed the following year.) As Billy Niles notes, “this has long been a known aspect of the HFPA’s nominating style (Hello, 2000’s nod for a young Frankie Muniz for the first season of surprise hit Malcolm in the Middle!), but with cable and streaming networks contributing to the greatest programming boom ever, the TV landscape is ripe with nomination possibilities from the farthest of left fields.” PLUS: The Globes’ idiosyncrasies are a double-edged sword.
Shots Fired will reunite Lathan and her Love & Basketball director Gina Prince-Bythewood, who created the event series with her husband Reggie Rock Bythewood. Lathan will play an investigator tasked with examining racially charged shootings in small-town Tennessee.
Watch the U.S. senators from Arizona and Minnesota debate on NFL Network before the Cardinals vs. Vikings game.
Gaga’s nomination, says Robert Rorke, “reeks of the kind of palm-greasing for which the Globes are famous.” He adds: “Gaga is not an actress. What’s she doing as the vampy Countess on AHS: Hotel is a performance, all right, but it’s the kind of voguing you might see in one her music videos. Her dialogue delivery is stilted — and that’s putting it kindly.”
“Every night I go to bed and hope that I did everything I could to make the show as powerful as it could be,” he says. “I get to take that home with me every evening. Sometimes that’s just enough for me, but to have these two awards come in and be as resounding as they are, of course it’s something that I will hold dear for quite awhile.”
To promote Childhood’s End, Syfy is hoping to discourage people from skipping through the ad after 5 seconds by telling them, “Don’t skip the ad.”
This week’s host and musical guest also filmed an official SNL promo.
Jennifer Shepard-Brookman says Rosie accused of her leaking key conversations word for word to the tabloids.
The O.C. alum’s first EP is now streaming online before its official release on Friday.
The NBC movie based on Parton’s early life is unabashedly schmaltzy.