A recent episode of Disney Channel’s comedy “Jessie” has been removed from the network’s lineup after it found itself embroiled in controversy over the show’s approach to a character’s gluten intolerance.
“[W]e received your feedback about tonight’s ‘Jessie’ episode which some of you accessed early on Video-on-Demand,” the network announced through a Facebook statement posted Friday (May 17). “We are removing this particular episode from… Continue reading Disney Channel pulls 'Jessie' episode after gluten-intolerance jokes spark controversy
While promoting the movie 42, Harrison Ford has been asked so many questions about Star Wars that it’s almost comical at this point. Well, actually it is comical, according to Jimmy Kimmel, who decided to do a little something different when Ford visited his late-night show. Instead of the typical Star Wars denial, Kimmel (with Ford’s approval) chose to bombard the actor with non-questions from folks… Continue reading Watch Harrison Ford Briefly Channel Han Solo During Jimmy Kimmel Live
Vikings have gotten a bad rap.
So says Michael Hirst, creator and writer of History’s epic nine-part series “Vikings,” premiering Sunday, March 3. The show explores the complex society of the Norseman as it was near the end of the eighth century. Yes, the Vikings were often large, hulking figures who specialized in violent conquests of neighboring lands while taking pillaging and plundering to new heights. But they were merely surviving
Zap2it: How would you describe your interviewing style on your Golf Channel talk show, “Feherty”?
David Feherty: I’ll start, and I’ll forget the question that I’ve asked halfway through asking it, and it will end up being another question altogether, which leaves my subject completely nonplussed, looking like a donkey that’s just found a new gate. Because I’m so attention-deficit, it turns into more of a… Continue reading David Feherty on luring Bill Clinton to the Golf Channel
Sometimes, as Captain Tightpants himself once said, a grand entrance would not go amiss — and the “Firefly” gang are doing just that in a 10th anniversary special on the Science Channel.
“Firefly: Browncoats Unite,” airing Sunday, Nov. 11, reunites creator Joss Whedon and Nathan Fillion, along with the spaceship Serenity’s crew members: Morena Baccarin, Sean Maher, Summer Glau , Adam Baldwin, Alan Tudyk, Gina Torres… Continue reading Joss Whedon and Nathan Fillion reunite for 'Firefly' 10th anniversary special on the Science Channel