Television

  • Good Times DYN-O-MITE Star Jimmie Walker Coming to Joke Joint & Comicpalooza

    You might not have realized it, but this year was comic actor Jimmie Walker’s 50th year as a stand-up. After half a decade of making people laugh, whether it’s on a stage of his own or through screens – the now 70-year-old comic known best for the ’70s sitcom...
  • 27 more women have accused Charlie Rose of sexual harassment – and some say managers knew

    • After five months of further investigation into Charlie Rose’s alleged history of sexual harassment, The Washington Post got stories from 27 more women, dating as far back as 1976. • A few women told the Post they’d reported Rose’s behavior to managers, including at least three at CBS....
  • WATCH OUT: CEO Crystal Smith Expanding Her Empire to the West Coast!

    With her bags packed and over 25 years of faith based and Hollywood experience, CEO Crystal Smith aims to take her strategizing and innovative mind to the West Coast. Sojourning to the television “land of opportunity” is a thought the longtime CEO had been contemplating for several years. As...
  • TV network yanks ‘Cosby Show’ reruns after Cosby’s conviction

    NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) – A TV network says it is yanking all reruns of “The Cosby Show” after Bill Cosby’s conviction on sexual assault charges. Bounce TV said Thursday it is pulling the show from its schedule. “The Cosby Show” aired on the network as recently as Thursday morning....
  • TV host resigns after sex assault threat to David Hogg

    NEW YORK — A conservative commentator who tweeted that he would use “a hot poker” to sexually assault a 17-year-old survivor of a Florida high school shooting has resigned from a St. Louis TV station. Sinclair Broadcast Group spokesman Ronn Torossian said in a statement Monday that Jamie Allman’s...
  • Judge Judy’s $47million salary is NOT too much, says real life court

    Judy Sheindlin, 75, earns $47million every year from her hit CBS court show  Talent agency Rebel Entertainment Partners represented three of its original producers in 1995 Because of that, it is entitled to 5 percent profit participation of the show today  They complained that CBS deliberately lowered their profits...
  • Warryn & Erica Campbell Set to Star in “WE’RE THE CAMPBELLS” on TV One

    TV ONE ANNOUNCES PRODUCTION OF NEW ORIGINAL DOCU-SERIES “WE’RE THE CAMPBELLS” STARRING GOSPEL MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT COUPLE WARRYN AND ERICA CAMPBELL New series will follow the Grammy award-winning power couple as they raise their family in a faith-based household, while juggling multiple thriving careers (SILVER SPRING, MD) – April 2, 2018 –...
  • Inspiration for ‘Black Panther’ female warriors gets TV show

    Blockbuster hit “Black Panther” featured an all-female warrior force known as the Dora Milaje. Now, the real-life army that inspired the group will soon have its own television series, Sony said Thursday. Sony Pictures Television will join with Nigerian network EbonyLife to create the series based on the Dahomey...
  • Trump’s presidency sparks TV ideas

    Trump’s presidency sparks TV ideas Before Donald Trump became president he was a TV star on “The Apprentice” and of course “Celebrity Apprentice,” there’s no reason why that TV career shouldn’t continue now that he’s in the White House. Hopefully he tapes everything that goes on like President Nixon...