Related Story Banijay Reveals Rebrand Following $2.2BN Endemol Shine Group Takeover “The role Tim has played in the success of the business has simply been exceptional,” said Endemol Shine Group CEO Sophie Turner Laing. “Throughout his time at the company he has combined outstanding creative leadership with a keen entrepreneurial spirit, not to mention a brilliant sense of humour and fun. Though sad to be losing him I do respect his desire for fresh adventures having contributed so much to the company over so many years. He will be greatly missed when he leaves us but will do so with all our very best wishes and heartfelt thanks.” … [Read more...] about Endemol Shine Group President Tim Hincks To Exit Later This Year
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When people say, “Defund the police,” they’re not calling for an end to all policing in America, but for a rethinking of law enforcement and the criminal justice system, and for a significant reallocation of resources to other social programs that won’t look at every problem as a nail to be solved with a hammer. Similarly, nobody’s calling for an end to cop shows. (Of late, I’ve been rewatching Monk for the first time in years; each episode feels like falling into a warm, extremely well-sanitized bath.) Rather, we need television to cast a wider net. We need more dramas that aren’t about cops, and we need the shows that are set in and around law enforcement to take a broader and more skeptical view. A great example would be something like OWN’s wonderful David Makes Man (now streaming on HBO Max), about an impoverished but smart black teen torn between his gifted-school program and the drug dealers working in his housing project. Like … [Read more...] about A History of Violence: Why I Loved Cop Shows, and Why They Must Change
A couple of weeks after their summer tour ended, I called him to see what was going on. Like everyone else in the Grateful Dead universe, I was worried about him. Steve Parish [Garcia’s personal manager] answered the phone and said, “Your timing is pretty good because we’re taking Jerry to Betty Ford. And here’s Jerry.” So we get on the phone and talk for just a little bit because they were pretty much ready to go down the road. He was supposed to be there for a month or five weeks, I think. … [Read more...] about Bruce Hornsby Looks Back on Jerry Garcia’s Last Days: ‘I Miss Him So Much’
RELATED: Fox Announces 2011-2012 Midseason Premiere Dates While these days Cowell serves as a judge for other shows, he is still very well remembered as one of the original judges for the singing competition series American Idol. For years, Cowell shattered the dreams of aspiring singers by referring to their singing as "dreadful," judging alongside Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson at the height of the show's fame. He'd end up leaving the show in 2010, creating the new series The X Factor and also serving as an original judge at the start of the show the following year. … [Read more...] about Simon Cowell to Undergo Surgery After Breaking Back on Electric Bike
Sanjay Kapoor, Indra Kumar & Suchitra Krishnamoorthy Sanjay Kapoor, who shared screen space with Rita in his debut film, Raja said, "The scene where her character has an outburst and she yells at her husband, ‘Kaat Mahindra Pratap kaat'... still gives me goosebumps." Indra Kumar, who directed her in Beta and Raja, called her a ‘remarkable actor and a great human being', while Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa co-star Suchitra Krishnamoorthy described the late actress a ‘ fine actor and a kind soul'. … [Read more...] about Rita Bhaduri’s Friends Poonam Dhillon, Shabana Azmi, Anil Kapoor & Others Remember Her Fondly!