SLASH CLAIMS HE AND HIS WIFE WERE PERLA FERRAR WERE NEVER LEGALLY MARRIED
Archive for October, 2016
SLASH CLAIMS HE AND HIS WIFE WERE PERLA FERRAR WERE NEVER LEGALLY MARRIED
MICHAEL PHELPS & NICOLE JOHNSON HAVE A FORMAL WEDDING
JESSICA BIEL POLES FUN AT JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE’S VOTING SCANDAL AND HIS RESPONSE IS PERFECT
MICHAEL DOUGLAS SAYS FORMER CO-STAR VAL KILMER IS BATTLING ORAL CANCER
TATYANA ALI SHARES FIRST PIC OF BABY EDWARD ASZARD RASBERRY
CELEBRITY NEWS: OCTOBER 31, 2016
Willow Smith (Will & Jada’s Daughter) – 16 years old
Samaire Armstrong (The O.C.) – 36 years old
Eddie Kaye Thomas (“American Pie” movies) – 36 years old
Piper Perabo (ABC’s Notorious/ “Coyote Ugly”) – 40 years old
Vanilla Ice (Rapper) – 49 years old
Adam Horovitz (Beastie Boys) – 50 years old
Mike O’Malley (Glee) – 50 years old
Rob Schneider (“Deuce Bigalow”) – 53 years old
Dermot Mulroney (“My Best Friend’s Wedding”) – 53 years old
Peter Jackson (Director) – 55 years old
Larry Mullen Jr. (U2) – 55 years old
Michael DeLorenzo (New York Undercover) – 57 years old
Jane Pauley (former Today Show co-host) – 66 years old
Deidre Hall (Days of Our Lives) – 69 years old
David Ogden Stiers (M.A.S.H.) – 74 years old
Dan Rather (60 Minutes) – 85 years old
Lee Grant (“Shampoo”) – 89 years old
ON TELEVISION (MONDAY 10/31/16)
DISCOVERY: Street Outlaws (Premiere) at 9pm
TBS: People of Earth (Premiere) at 9pm
TLC: Paranormal Lockdown (Premiere) at 9pm
BRAVO: The Real Housewives of Orange County (Finale) at 9pm
FOOD: Halloween Baking Championship (Finale) at 9pm
ID: Killer Clergy (Finale) at 9pm
ID: The Mind of a Murdered (Finale) at 10pm
PBS: POV (Finale) at 10pm
VH1: Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood (Finale) at 8pm
Jennifer Lopez, already in the NBC family with Shades of Blue, extends her reach at the Peacock network as exec producer and star of 2017 holiday event Bye Bye Birdie Live!. Harvey Fierstein, who wrote and will star in NBC’s upcoming Hairspray Live!, is writing the teleplay adaptation of the Broadway hit. Lopez will play Rosie. “To have a superstar like Jennifer Lopez starring in this classic show, which every high school in America has done, will ensure that our holiday musicals continue to be must-see events for the whole family,” said NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt, who added it was Lopez’s idea to take on the role played by Chita Rivera.
Fox lopped four episodes off its original 13-episode order for midseason time travel comedy Making History. TVLine reports the decision was based on scheduling needs.
The U.S. Senate will hold a hearing on December 7 for the proposed merger of AT&T and Time Warner. “The hearing will examine the impact of the proposed transaction on consumers, including the implications for competition and innovation in the creation and distribution of video content,” read an official statement.
In a memo to employees on Friday about the merger with Lionsgate, Starz CEO Chris Albrecht said that while the premium cable net’s home entertainment and international television divisions will be blended into Lionsgate’s existing operations, otherwise Starz will operate independently as a Lionsgate division. COO Jeffrey Hirsch will remain, while CFO Scott Macdonald steps down effective May 1.
Stuntman Steve DeCastro, who worked on the set of upcoming USA series Shooter, filed a lawsuit against series star Tom Sizemore, Viacom and Paramount Pictures Corp., claiming the actor was drunk when he was driving a vehicle on July 6 that struck and injured DeCastro. Sizemore, who has struggled with substance abuse in the past, appeared on season 3 of VH1’s Celebrity Rehab in 2010. Shooter is slated to debut on Tuesday, November 15 at 10p, after two delays due to real-life deadly shootings.
Scripps Networks Interactive and Tribune Media extended their Food Network partnership agreement. “We’re extremely pleased to be extending our partnership with Scripps Networks Interactive for Food Network, which has become the gold standard for cable networks of all kinds,” said Peter Liguori, Tribune Media’s president and CEO.
ID is launching advocacy campaign “Stop Hate in Your State,” offering steps viewers can take to halt hate crimes. The initiative builds on ID’s Peacock Productions-produced series specials Hate in America. “We have come to realize that it is only one of the many ways we can help to bring attention to this critical issue and respectful demand for substantive changes,” said Discovery group president Henry Schleiff. “Indeed, all of us at ID feel privileged to be able to contribute these important and effective resources at a time when tragic events have thrust our nation into a critical and overdue national dialogue about hate, racism, homophobia and the use of inflammatory language.” Viewers can take action by going to http://www.investigationdiscovery.com/stophate/.
Submissions for the 48th Annual NAACP Image Awards closes here today. Eligibility period is January 1-December 31, 2016. Nominees will be announced Tuesday, December 6. TV One will telecast the ceremony live on Saturday, February 11 as a two-hour special.
Speaking at the Producers Guild’s Produced By NY Conference, Saturday Night Live alum Tina Fey, compared the 2008 election, during which she memorably channeled Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin, to this year’s ugliness. “And we thought that was tense,” said Palin. “Now it seems like an ice cream social.”
TNT’s Good Behavior launches with back-to-back episodes on Tuesday, November 15 at 9p. Drama stars Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey) as a thief just out of prison attempting to live a better life.
IFC is offering a Halloween preview of Stan Against Evil across linear and digital platforms today, including a double airing of the premiere on the network at 11p. Series starring John C. McGinley (Scrubs) as the former sheriff of a demon-plagued New England town has its official premiere Wednesday, November 2 at 10p and 10:30p.
Bill Maher, who went so far as to gather signatures on a whitehouse.gov petition to secure a visit by President Obama on HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher, finally landed his prey. An interview with the Commander-in-Chief conducted at the White House will air on November 4, Maher announced on Friday’s show. As for the revelation that Hillary Clinton emails were found on a device seized in the sexting investigation of Anthony Weiner, Maher noted, “No wonder she had her computer wiped. I’d have had it boiled.” Maher will perform Trump-related jokes on a Facebook Live special, Whiny Little Bitch, on Wednesday, November 2 at 7p.
Science Channel special Your Brain on Video Games looks at the cases for and against virtual entertainment on Tuesday, November 1 at 9p.
Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New Jersey gather to relive the drama in a two-part reunion on Sunday, November 6 and 13 at 10p. Andy Cohen, of course, is there to egg them on.
AMC is running a “Thanksgiving with the Duke” movie marathon on November 24 from 10a-6am, featuring The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, The Sons of Katie Elder, El Dorado and “AMC Celebrates” Big Jake (45th anniversary) and The Shootist (40th anniversary). The next day brings “Flash-Black Friday, with Hook, Stand By Me, The Goonies, Jumanji and Ghostbusters 1 and 2 starting at 9a.
TV One’s Unsung is back with new episodes Wednesday, November 2 at 8p. Kicking off the run is the story of Hill Harper, CSI: NY alum, author and three-time NAACP Image winner.
Decades Network will feature police and detectives in a “Cop Show Binge” programming lineup in November, airing every weekday from 2p-1a and weekends beginning Saturdays at 1p. Shows include The Untouchables, Honey West, Mannix, Wiseguy and more. Launched in 2015, Decades is a multicast TV net from Weigel Broadcasting and CBS Television Stations.
Couldn’t find that Ariel costume? You can get your mermaid fix on Animal Planet. Halloween night programming starts with Mermaids: The Body Found The Extended Cut at 5p, followed by Mermaids: The New Evidence at 7p.
The surprising intersection of autism and sports is explored on 60 Minutes Sports, Tuesday, November 1 at 8p on Showtime.
Cinelatino is airing a marathon of scary Spanish-language films tonight, starting at 7p. Horror films include El Coco (The Bogeyman).
Friday’s World Series game on Fox drew 19.4 million viewers, the best for a Game 3 since 2004 and up 47 percent over last year.
The season 7 premiere of AMC’s The Walking Dead delivered 20.8 million total viewers and 13.2 million among A18-49 in Nielsen Live+3 ratings.
Fox event The Rocky Horror Picture Show delivered 6.4 million viewers in Live+SD, up 28 percent versus its Live+SD audience, and had a 24 percent ratings lift, to 2.1/7, for the net’s highest-rated Thursday since the American Idol series finale in April.
CBS’s The Great Indoors launched Thursday to 9.3 million viewers and a 2.0 rating among A18-49, up from 7.9 million and 1.9 for the net’s year-ago debut of Life in Pieces. Pure Genius drew 6.6 million and 1.2.
The October 25 season 4 premiere of Family Time was Bounce TV’s most-watched telecast ever among P18-34 (151,000) and P18-49 (225,000), and delivered the youngest median age – 29 – in the show’s history. Bounce TV finished fourth among ad-supported cable nets in African-Americans 25-54 for the night.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE
Boo! A Madea Halloween – $16.7 million
Inferno – $15 million
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back – $9.6 million
The Accountant – $8.5 million
Ouija: Origin of Evil – $7.1 million
(Source: Box Office Mojo)
IGGY AZALEA’S EX NICK YOUNG IS A DAD AGAIN WITH EX KEONNA GREEN
NE-YO’S 7 MONTH OLD SON BACK HOME AFTER HOSPITALIZATION
CALVIN HARRIS SUBTLY SHADES TAYLOR SWIFT THROUGHOUT HIS “MY WAY” MUSIC VIDEO