Is Mariah Carey Getting a Reality show?
According to Us Weekly, a “docu-style series” starring Mariah is in the works, going behind the scenes of her Las Vegas residency. No word yet if the reality show has found a network. But as Jezebel points out, the proposed reality show “sounds very similar to projects from her peers like Jennifer Lopez, Beyoncé and Katy Perry.” PLUS: Mariah insiders are already fuming over the proposed reality show.
USA announced today that an eight-episode farewell season will kick off on May 18. The final season will feature the milestone 100th episode and the return of several familiar faces, including Jill Flint.
Crunch Time will cut between a real game show and a scripted workplace, with real-life game show host Ferguson playing the volatile host. Ferguson will be joined by Kyle Howard and Kellee Stewart.
Rectify alum Clayne Crawford will play Martin Riggs on the CBS reboot, opposite Damon Wayans, Jr. as Roger Murtaugh. PLUS: Satisfaction’s Matt Passmore joins Kevin Williamson’s paranormal series CW pilot, Dirty Dancing casts the waiter who cheats on Baby’s sister, and Revenge’s Nick Wechsler joins Fox’s Recon.
Colbert expressed confidence that Trump won’t be elected during a visit to CBS This Morning. “Everything’s going to be good,” he said. “Yeah, because there’s a less than zero chance that Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States and I have to imagine that the Republic will roll on.”
The Wire and 90210 alum is joining the racially charged shootings series will play a sheriff’s deputy in a small town in North Carolina “who after a police shooting is thrust into the national spotlight that pushes his life and young family into chaos.”
James Corden’s Late Late Show staple is coming to primetime on March 29 with clips of previous installments, plus a brand-new Carpool Karaoke with Jennifer Lopez. It just so happens that J.Lo and Corden work at the same place, CBS Television City, where both American Idol and The Late Late Show tape.
Sutherland will promote his new “folk-tinged” album, Down in the Hole,” with a 26-date tour that starts on April 14.
The ad shows Graham posing nude with other models.
“It is not all the way finished,” he says. “I watched it the other day, and I winced at it. It’s not as good as I want it to be.”
American Crime Story is the first ‘90s nostalgia show to actively change our perceptions of what happened 20 years ago, says Alison Herman. “The measured hindsight required for this kind of reevaluation, let alone one that operates on as many fronts as People v. OJ’s, feels like a direct result of the series’ secret ingredient: time. Set just 20 years ago, American Crime Story seems like an unlikely, or even preposterous, candidate for the title of “period piece”; our cultural memory of the ’90s, after all, is mostly stuck in the ‘remember when’ stage, complete with giddy BuzzFeed listicles and winking Shaq cameos on Fresh Off the Boat. But People v. OJ feels like a watershed moment — one of our first works of art to move beyond doe-eyed nostalgia into an unflinching look at what we got wrong.” PLUS: Christopher Darden’s daughter: “Unlike my father, I’m watching the FX miniseries.”
McBride is reuniting with Eastbound & Down co-creator, playing a vice principal on a show that includes Walter Goggins, Shea Whigham and Busy Phillips.
The Michigan football and former 49ers head coach is still a huge Judge Judy fan, tweeting last night: “I urge President Obama to nominate to the Supreme Court the wise and competent, Judge Extraordinaire Judith Sheindlin.”