AMC Networks has announced that it will not air “Talking With Chris Hardwick,” which was slated to begin its second season on Sunday night. The abrupt move comes days after Hardwick’s ex-girlfriend alleged in a Medium post that an unnamed ex-boyfriend, thought to be Hardwick, had previously abused her.
“We have had a positive working relationship with Chris Hardwick for many years. We take the troubling allegations that surfaced yesterday very seriously,” the network said in a statement Saturday.
“While we assess the situation, ‘Talking With Chris Hardwick’ will not air on AMC, and Chris has decided to step aside from moderating planned AMC and BBC America panels at Comic-Con International in San Diego next month.”
The highly anticipated “American Horror Story” crossover is coming a year early.
Co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy tweeted on Thursday that the mash-up of Season 1’s “Murder House” and Season 3’s “Coven” will debut this September, becoming the eighth season of the FX horror anthology.
“AHS #8 WITCHES RULE THIS SEPTEMBER,” the four-time Emmy winner wrote.
The Coven/Murder House AHS crossover season won't be happening next year...because it's happening THIS YEAR. AHS #8 WITCHES RULE THIS SEPTEMBER
It’s one thing for an official’s Bible quotes to inspire ire in a late-night talk-show host — and quite another when that particular host also teaches Sunday School.
Stephen Colbert had a few choice words for Jeff Sessions on Thursday night, after the attorney general quoted the Bible to justify new immigration policy that splits children from their parents at the border.
Colbert, a lifelong Catholic, explained that typically for him to discuss news on the show, it had to be something everyone was talking about.