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09/16/21 5:35 AM
The newly crowned champ opens up to ET after the season's grand finale.
08/25/21 10:21 PM
Add the late PBS painter Bob Ross to the list of youthful memories with a darker side, at least in terms of the messy battle that followed his death. "Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed" won't ruin anyone's childhood, but it does reflect the difficulty of remembering such personalities in pastel-hued colors, especially when green enters the picture.
09/16/21 2:03 PM
At 91, Clint Eastwood's long career as a filmmaker and longer one as a star are far more interesting than "Cry Macho," an understated, uneventful slog of a movie that feels like a misguided merger of "Gran Torino" and "Bronco Billy." Blame many of the problems on a woefully weak script, but this largely two-character road movie never really gets out of park.
09/07/21 4:04 PM
If TV reboots are inevitable, the prescription for doing them well involves respecting the source material while bringing something new to it. That delicate procedure is successfully executed with "Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.," a refreshed take on "Doogie Howser" made eminently watchable by the winning presence of "Andi Mack's" Peyton Elizabeth Lee.
08/31/21 4:31 PM
The "American Crime Story" banner launched by O.J. Simpson's trial is an odd one for FX's "Impeachment," an otherwise engrossing, undeniably juicy limited series that puts the women front and center in the Bill Clinton impeachment scandal. Sarah Paulson's portrayal of Linda Tripp steals the show, but there's no shortage of remarkable work in a production that deserves an Emmy for its prosthetic makeup alone.
09/15/21 7:30 AM
Jeffrey Epstein wasn't on the California recall ballot, but that didn't matter to this bunch.
09/16/21 5:27 AM
Love & Hip Hop: ATL star Mo Fayne has been sentenced to 17 years in a federal prison for misappropriation of PPP loans he received during the pandemic. Fayne applied for $3.7 million in April 2020 through United Community Bank for his corporation, Flame Trucking. The money was to be used to pay ...
09/14/21 4:47 PM
"Once Upon a Time in Queens" wants to do for baseball and the 1986 Mets what "The Last Dance" did for the NBA and the Chicago Bulls. Yet while it's a great deal of fun, ESPN's four-part "30 for 30" docuseries doesn't quite scale those heights, offering a nostalgic trip back to that miraculous season but straining a bit to connect the team's exploits to the New York of it all.
09/13/21 10:09 AM
Uzo Aduba, star of "Orange Is the New Black," "In Treatment," and "Mrs. America," has announced that she married filmmaker Robert Sweeting last year.
09/15/21 3:38 PM
Disney announced the long list of celebs joining the project, and it released a short film to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the original series.