TV Shows

Some directors make movies about heroes wearing capes; Oscar-winner Ron Howard prefers to make them about heroes in kitchen aprons, as he does with Disney+‘s We Feed People. The inspiring documentary spotlights celebrity chef José Andrés‘ World Central Kitchen organization, which for 12 years has fed hungry communities impacted by some of the worst disasters
0 Comments
Quinta Brunson, the creator, writer, and star of ABC sitcom Abbot Elementary, has responded to “wild” requests from fans for a “school shooting episode” following Tuesday’s horrific elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. “Wild how many people have asked for a school shooting episode of the show I write,” Brunson tweeted. “People are that deeply
0 Comments
Bringing Up Bates stars Carlin Bates and Evan Stewart have a lot to celebrate. They’ve recently passed a special milestone and shared the details with fans. So, what’s going on with the Bates-Stewart family? On Wednesday, May 25, Evan and Carlin celebrated their three-year wedding anniversary! In their three years as husband and wife, they
0 Comments
TV’s longest-running prime-time medical drama, Grey’s Anatomy, ends its 18th season with a two-hour finale marking its 400th episode. It’s the end of the road after 19 seasons for Ellen DeGeneres’ daytime talk show, and CBS’s Bull closes shop after six years. History’s hit survival competition Alone returns for a ninth season. Saturday Night Live’s
0 Comments
Josh Duggar, known for his family’s reality show, TLC’s 19 Kids and Counting, has been sentenced to 12 years and seventh months in prison for receiving and possessing child pornography, the Associated Press reports. That sentencing comes as prosecutors sought the maximum 20 years, noting his “deep-seated, pervasive, and violent sexual interest in children” as
0 Comments