Jane Pauley is back on the morning shift. Charles Osgood is handing the “CBS Sunday Morning” baton to the former “Today” co-host, who will be the new anchor of the news program.
The move was announced at the end of Osgood’s final appearance as host of the program he took over 22 years ago.Read more
Zach Galifianakis has hosted plenty of big names on his Internet mock talk show “Between Two Ferns,” including Brad Pitt, Justin Bieber and even President Obama. But the episode he released Thursday featuring Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has already outperformed them all.
In its first 24 hours, the video – in which Galifianakis awkwardly asks a deadpan Clinton about such thingsRead more
Proving that everything good and pure in this world will one day be snatched from us, the news broke this week that Mary Berry, the improbably named, immaculately coiffed cookbook author who has served as a judge on “The Great British Baking Show” since its inception in 2010, will be leaving the series.
Her decision follows the announcement that the series known as “The Great British Bake Off” inRead more
If NBC News anchor Lester Holt is nervous about moderating the first presidential debate, he wasn’t showing it earlier this week as he rocked his electric bass on a rooftop lounge overlooking the Hudson River.
Playing with a rock band made up of cohorts from the network’s news magazine show “Dateline,” Holt ably soloed on the Alabama Shakes song “Always Alright” in front of a throng of cheering colleagues.Read more
“I love going to work,” Jeffrey Tambor said. “I’ve been very, very lucky. I’m in my 70s, so I’ve done a lot.”
The 72-year-old San Francisco native, who last Sunday won another Emmy for his lead role in in “Transparent” — the third season of which recently premiered on Amazon — has a lengthy IMDb page filled with TV shows and movies you may have forgotten he was even in.Read more
New on Blu-ray
“The Neon Demon” (Broad Green DVD, $26.99; Blu-ray, $34.99; also available on VOD)
One of 2016’s most divisive films, Nicolas Winding Refn’s “The Neon Demon” is partly a slow-burning psychological thriller and partly a savage satire of the predatory modeling industry. Mostly though, it’s an exercise in style for style’s sake.Read more