"Spicy" made an appearance during McCarthy's landmark fifth "SNL" hosting stint, emerging from the bushes to take over a briefing from Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders (played by Aidy Bryant).
When members of the White House press corps suggest Spicer might be fired and replaced with Sanders, it spurs a soul-searching rolling lectern trip from D.C. to New York -- and, ultimately, New Jersey -- where Spicer seeks reassurance from President Trump (the returning Alec Baldwin).
After a string of cancellations—and one reversal that saved “Timeless”—NBC is mostly sticking with what it knows when it returns in the fall.
Though the network is adding five new dramas and three new comedies to its lineup, much of its fall schedule is anchored by veteran shows.
“The Voice” retains its booster role, serving as the lead-in on Mondays to new military drama “The Brave.” On Tuesdays, the singing competition series will now be the primer to returning comedies “Superstore” and “The Good Place.”
I've never had to do a movie because I needed the job. Fortunately all my life I have been in that position. I've always done it because I really care about something that in a lot of cases nobody else cares about. And I have to struggle to get it done, but I've always been successful that way.
So much of what happens sexually today is from porn. My entire sex life has been against that backdrop. What did it used to be like? I'd have to sit down with my mother and compare and contrast her early 20s sex life, and that's not a conversation I feel like having.
"Here comes the train, here to take my baby away."
It's a lyric as old as any mournful blues song, but this hook to Annie Hardy's new single, "Train," is riven with loss.
Hardy, as fans of her old band Giant Drag may now know, has endured incomprehensible personal pain over the last few years, losing both her newborn baby Silvio to sudden infant death syndrome and her partner, Robert Paulson, to an overdose just a year later.
Kylie Jenner is revealing what little of herself the public and her 175 million social-media followers haven't already seen.
"When you grow up on camera, everybody feels like they know you. But they don't," the reality star says in a teaser for her upcoming E! spin-off series, "Life of Kylie."
The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" alum, who gave all the Barbie vibes in Flaunt magazine's pink-hued plastic paradise, debuted on the reality juggernaut at age 9 and transformed from a sweet youngster into a business-savvy bombshell.
Kelly Clarkson is joining "The Voice" next spring, she and Blake Shelton announced Thursday.
"Hey, I'm finally not knocked up and I can join your show," Clarkson said as she and Shelton, a longtime coach on the show, had a drawl-versus-drawl FaceTime chat on Facebook Live. She said she had been interested in "The Voice" for a long while, but "the timing's not been right."
The show's fall lineup of coaches will be Shelton, Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson, who said Wednesday on Instagram, after her gig was announced, that she was "[i]n tears thinking of what this means and represents to me and knowing and walking the journey."