Here's what's new and interesting in entertainment and the arts:
- Kathy Griffin has been widely criticized for a gory photo shoot with Donald Trump's (fake) head
- Then she apologized
- But President Trump didn't accept Griffin's apology
- Neither did First Lady Melania Trump
- And now CNN has fired Griffin
- Lebanon has officially banned 'Wonder Woman' over star's Israeli heritage
- Olivia Newton-John has a new cancer diagnosis; her June shows are postponed
Longtime "Saturday Night Live" cast member Bobby Moynihan is jumping ship and networks.
Moynihan was present at CBS' upfront presentation Wednesday to introduce the series "Me, Myself & I," a sitcom centered on one man's life at three different stages.
The new series means that this weekend's "Saturday Night Live" season finale (8:30 p.m. PDT) will be Moynihan's last as a cast member with the NBC late-night sketch comedy show.
Moynihan, who also lends his voice talents to Disney's "Ducktales" reboot, is currently the second-longest-running cast member on "SNL," having joined the show in 2008.
That leaves Kenan Thompson far and away the eldest statesman remaining on "SNL." Thompson joined the show as a featured player in 2003, before being promoted to repertory player in 2005.
"Me, Myself & I," also stars John Larroquette and Sharon Lawrence and is set to appear on Mondays at 9:30 p.m. this fall.