After an amazing run, “Jeopardy!” contestant James Holzhauer’s reign has officially come to an end. The professional sports gambler was able to win nearly $2.5 million, making him the second-largest “Jeopardy!” winner in the history of the show. Continue reading
If you’re a historical purist, Mary Queen of Scots may not be your favorite film — but it’s certainly an exciting (and perhaps a more accessible) movie for the masses — in more ways than one.
When you think of tough guy actors, William Daniels probably doesn’t immediately come to mind. Best known for his roles in “The Graduate” and “Knight Rider” — and, of course, the iconic Mr. Feeny on “Boy Meets World” — Daniels is typically seen as prim and proper with a kind disposition.
So when a burglar entered the home that Daniels shares with his wife of nearly 70 years, actress Bonnie Bartlett, the crook probably thought the job would be a no-brainer. Imagine the thief’s surprise when the pair awoke to the sound of shattering glass, scaring the intruder away. Continue reading
The popularity of Airbnb — the site that allows would-be travelers to find more personalized lodgings on the cheap and lets homeowners rent out their spaces to bring in extra income — only continues to grow. And now, there’s even a show that is all about making the most out of this side hustle. Netflix’s “Stay Here,” hosted by Genevieve Gorder from “Trading Spaces,” is all about transforming underperforming Airbnb rentals into the most popular vacation destinations on the platform.
It’s official: Netflix has announced the upcoming release of a live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender series. More importantly, this new adaptation will be overseen by the show’s original co-creators, Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko.
*LOS ANGELES ? Premium pay television network EPIX? has announced the 16 fighters who will be facing off with one another for the championship belt on the revival of boxing franchise series The Contender this fall.
The highly anticipated 12-episode season, from MGM Television and Paramount Television, will premiere on EPIX on Aug. 24, 2018 at 10 PM ET/PT.
Hosted by undefeated boxing champion Andre “Son of God? Ward, the first-of-its-kind competitive documentary series for the network will feature 16 fighters pushing their limits in grueling elimination-style fights and testing their grit and determination to achieve their boxing dreams. The fighters will be overseen by legendary boxing coach Freddie Roach, and renowned Philadelphia trainer Naazim Richardson.
?The Contender takes unscripted TV to its grittiest. It has incredible professional fighters and real professional fights. The edge of your seat drama and true stories sets a tone that our audiences will be expecting and I love it,? said Mark Burnett, President of MGM Television.
?With this new iteration of The Contender, the focus is on the gritty, personal stories of the fighters battling for boxing glory,? said Michael Wright, President, EPIX. ?It was important for us to find individuals who not only displayed the boxing chops and resilience in the ring, but who also showed a depth of heart and humor outside of it. Our 16 fighters are vivacious, tough, funny, sensitive, driven and inspiring, and we are excited for our fans to get to know their stories and root for them inside the ring and out.?
*Today, Friday, June 8, the ladies of The Real celebrate Fri-Yay! They also discuss whether you should change your name for a job opportunity.
Plus, is emotional cheating really cheating if there is no intimacy involved? The hosts agree that having feelings for someone can only lead to being physical.
Later the women wonder how much money they would let come between a friendship. And co-host Tamera Mowry-Housley shares tips on how to put someone back in the friend zone.
*On Monday, June 4, the hosts of The Real talk about the kind of things that make their skin crawl. Plus, would it bother you if someone said your child looked more like their father? Co-host Tamera Mowry-Housley reveals she prayed for a mini her. The ladies also discuss who would be their life partner in a marriage pact, and Loni Love makes a surprising reveal about hers.
Later, actress Logan Browning visits to talk about her show, Dear White People. Also in a heartfelt confession, she reveals her biggest insecurity and encourages viewers to love their flaws.