Monthly Archives: January 2019

‘The Bold And The Beautiful’ SPOILERS For Week Of Feb. 4 – 8, Steffy And Hope Have A Shocking Cliffhanger Friday

Next week on CBS’s “The Bold and the Beautiful” on Monday, February 4 through Friday’s Cliffhanger on February 8, it’s nonstop drama as the baby dram builds to a fever pitch.  Brooke,

Bryan Cranston to Star in Showtime Limited Series From ‘Good Fight’ Creators

Bryan Cranston is headed to Showtime. The Breaking Bad Emmy winner has been tapped to star in Your Honor, a 10-episode limited series from The Good Fight creators Robert and Michelle King

‘The L Word’ Sequel Ordered to Series at Showtime

The L Word is officially back at Showtime. The premium cable network used its time Thursday at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour to announce that the revival of the groundbreaking

Second ‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Executive Producer Fired After HR Complaint

An executive producer of NCIS: New Orleans has been fired from the show following a complaint against him made to CBS’ human resources department. Adam Targum had been serving as second in

Wednesday cable ratings: ‘Love & Hip Hop Miami’ Improves, ‘Vikings’ Ends Season 5 Higher

Wednesday night’s cable ratings proved strong territory for reality TV. On top was “Love & Hip Hop Miami” on VH1, which scored a 0.5 rating in adults 18-49. This was one-tenth of

CW Renews ‘The Flash,’ ‘Charmed,’ ‘Riverdale,’ ‘Supernatural,’ 6 More Fan Faves

The CW on Thursday used its time before press at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour to hand out early renewals for 10 series. Returning for additional seasons are: Arrow, Black

AT&T’s DirecTV Now Loses Staggering 267,000 Subscribers in Fourth Quarter

Telecom giant AT&T, led by chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson, on Wednesday reported improved fourth-quarter financials for its WarnerMedia unit, led by Warner Bros., and said it lost 267,000 subscribers at its

Eighteen-Year-Old Iowa Pre-Med Student Dies Outside Dorm In Temperatures Near Minus 51 Degrees Wind Chill

An 18-year-old University of Iowa student died after he was found unresponsive outside of a campus building in wind chills as frigid as 51 degrees Fahrenheit below zero. Gerald Belz, a second-year pre-medicine major from Cedar

JetBlue Airplane Struck By Lightning At LAX

Passengers and crew aboard a JetBlue airliner were jolted when their plane was struck by lighting after it took off from Los Angeles International Airport Thursday.   The pilot was forced to turn back

‘Fuller House’ Ending With Season 5 on Netflix

The second chapter of the story of the extended Tanner-Fuller family is coming to a close. Netflix has renewed sitcom Fuller House for a fifth season — and also announced that will be