John Oliver Will Stop Ignoring Donald Trump
Oliver's Last Week Tonight will finally tackle the presidential election when his HBO show returns for its third season. "It's finally appropriate,” Oliver tells Esquire. "But I think we'll do more stuff that has to do with the process and the personalities. I don't think we'll do too much on the daily dramas of the campaign.” As for Trump, Oliver says, "I don't think that you can claim that he doesn't exist, no matter how hard your mind tries.” PLUS: Jimmy Fallon unleashes his Trump impression to mock his second place Iowa finish.
The Monk alum will play a "fun-loving Republican senator who has spent decades in Washington” in the Washington, D.C. political comic-thriller from The Good Wife creators. He’ll star opposite Elizabeth Winstead, Aaron Tveit and Danny Pino.
“Anderson, I know you’ve been a journalist for a long time. It’s true, I am Larry David…and you didn’t get it!” said the Democratic presidential candidate at last night’s CNN forum.
His recurring role is being kept under wraps, but he’ll first appear in the second episode back from the winter hiatus.
Smart will reunite with Fargo boss Noah Hawley for FX’s X-Men series.
The singer/songwriter joins a cast for a live musical event that already includes Tyler Perry as narrator, Chris Daughtry, Trisha Yearwood and Jencarlos Canela as Jesus Christ.
He’ll play the “confident, driven surgeon” for the residents of Wayward Pines.
The new animated series from the creators of Phineas and Ferb will follow the great-great-great grandson of the namesake for Murphy’s Law. Weird Al will be joined by Christian Slater, Vanessa Williams and Jemaine Clement.
The Carpool Karaoke takeoff, produced by Howie Mandel, is a one-off special featuring unsuspecting contestants who don’t know they’re on a karaoke game show.
"It was kind of a double whammy,” said showrunner Wendy Mericle.
The Frinkiac contains three million searchable screengrabs.
They’ll perform their Grammy-nominated hit Where Are Ü Now.
A GoFundMe page has been established to pay for Angela Raiola’s treatments.
Kaling posted a pic Wednesday of her first L.A. apartment, located on Fairfax near Santa Monica Blvd.
Fischer, reuniting with her You, Me and the Apocalypse co-star Rob Lowe, and Klein will both appear in flashbacks as people from Dean’s past.
Alaskey, who died today of cancer, was one of Mel Blanc’s successors, taking on numerous voices including Tweety and Sylvester the Cat.AlertMe