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‘Kevin Can Wait’ isn’t the first sitcom to have a character death. Here’s how 8 other shows handled it.

‘Kevin Can Wait’ isn’t the first sitcom to have a character death. Here’s how 8 other shows handled it.
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-08-02


In a grim twist, Donna Gables, the wife and mom on “Kevin Can Wait,” will no longer be with us when the CBS sitcom returns this fall. Following CBS’s controversial plans to replace actress Erinn Hayes with Leah Remini, the network has announced that Hayes’s character “will have passed away” before the start of the show’s second season.Killing off a sitcom character is unusual, but...(Read More)

R. Kelly responds to allegations of abusing women and holding them in a ‘cult’

R. Kelly responds to allegations of abusing women and holding them in a ‘cult’
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-07-18


R. Kelly’s lawyer has responded to allegations in a BuzzFeed News story that the R&B singer was holding six women in an abusive “cult.”“Mr. Robert Kelly is both alarmed and disturbed at the recent revelations attributed to him,” his lawyer, Linda Mensch, said in a statement to People magazine. “Mr. Kelly unequivocally denies such allegations and will work diligently and forcibly to...(Read More)

Why artists become activists: It’s not only the election

Why artists become activists: It’s not only the election
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-07-01


It wasn’t Trump.It was December 2012, and the shooting at Connecticut’s Sandy Hook Elementary School so shook Arena Stage artistic director Molly Smith that she almost immediately got busy, accelerating her protest mind-set and organizing a rally.“Suzanne and I were on the train coming from New York,” Smith says of her longtime companion, Suzanne Blue Star Boy (they married in 2014), “and...(Read More)

Jennifer Garner just broke a celebrity taboo when she called out People magazine

Jennifer Garner just broke a celebrity taboo when she called out People magazine
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-06-04


When it comes to feuds, celebrities vs. tabloids is all-too-common — stars routinely talk about how they’re disgusted by tabloid rumors. Of course, it’s all a delicate balancing act, because those same famous folks will often rely on celebrity weeklies to boost their profile.So there’s often an interesting dynamic at play, where the celebrities pretend not to acknowledge that tabloid coverage...(Read More)

A white actor is set to play a Hawaiian war hero. Welcome to another whitewashing controversy.

A white actor is set to play a Hawaiian war hero. Welcome to another whitewashing controversy.
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-05-11


Apparently the Emma Stone lesson still hasn’t been fully learned.The latest spark in the debate over whitewashing Asians and Pacific Islanders from film and TV came with news reported Tuesday by Deadline: A Glasgow-based writer/director and a British production company are undertaking an ambitious project — dramatizing the little-known and fraught story of the World War II Ni’ihau incident...(Read More)

Is this Jimmy Kimmel’s defining moment?

Is this Jimmy Kimmel’s defining moment?
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-05-04


Did anyone really expect this? Wasn’t Stephen Colbert eviscerating President Trump or Samantha Bee destroying him — with jokes, of course — supposed to make some kind of difference in 2017?Of all the late-night comedians — including ones who consistently make Trump the target of brutally biting jokes — it’s Jimmy Kimmel who thus far has had the most influence in a serious political conversation...(Read More)

Netflix’s ‘Dear White People’ is even better than the movie

Netflix’s ‘Dear White People’ is even better than the movie
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-04-29


“Dear White People” was met with critical acclaim when it hit theaters in 2014. Director and writer Justin Simien’s satire, which followed a group of black students at a predominantly white Ivy League university, rejected the notion that we live in a post-racial society. Three years later, the idea of a post-racial society isn’t one that needs to be disproved. We’ve gotten the message...(Read More)

The Kardashians aren’t thrilled with Caitlyn Jenner’s new book

The Kardashians aren’t thrilled with Caitlyn Jenner’s new book
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-04-25


Almost two years ago, Caitlyn Jenner — then known as Bruce Jenner — sat down with ABC’s Diane Sawyer for a historic interview in which the former Olympic athlete revealed, “For all intents and purposes, I am a woman.”On Tuesday, Caitlyn will release her memoir, “The Secrets of My Life,” which chronicles many events throughout her life that led to her decision to transition and what...(Read More)

The battle over Prince’s posthumous career is just beginning

The battle over Prince’s posthumous career is just beginning
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-04-21


Prince, we know, was quite particular about his work. He also left behind a treasure trove of it — literally, an entire vault. Add in Prince’s pop-icon status and lack of a will, and we have a recipe for drama over what to do with his legacy.It’s already begun. New Prince recordings that were supposed to debut Friday, on the anniversary of his death, may not come out after the musician’s...(Read More)





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