5:10 PM PT -- Paula has just released a statement, thanking the Food Network for 11 "great years." She said, "Because of the gift the Food Network gave me, I've had the pleasure of being allowed into so many homes across the country." … [Read more...] about Paula Deen — Food Network Gives Her the Ax
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On MSNBC, Ari Melber also attempted to pick through some of Trump’s claims, including that no one could have imagined that the virus would have posed such a great threat, at least one enough to shut down the economy and cause more than 10,000 deaths so far. “Yeah, who could have imagined something like this could have happened? Well, the White House imagined that this could happen. It just didn’t trigger the kind of action that we eventually saw in March,” said one of Melber’s guests, Peter Baker of The New York Times. … [Read more...] about Donald Trump’s Latest Coronavirus Press Briefings Trigger New Calls For Networks To Limit Live Coverage
A SciFied reader alerted the site to the final credits for Kong: Skull Island being posted at Sci-fi Japan, which features what likely is confirmation that the post-credit scene will lead into Godzilla: King of Monsters. Buried deep within the credits is a brief statement that acknowledges four creature cameos are featured somewhere in the film, all of which are owned by Toho Co. of Japan. Here's that brief statement from the final credits of Kong: Skull Island. … [Read more...] about Are Godzilla, Ghidorah, Mothra & Rodan in Kong: Skull Island?
Rachel Maddow, MSNBC’s biggest star, has mentored Hayes, her lead-in at 9 p.m., throughout his time at the network. "Chris is always good — he deserves a much bigger national reputation than he has," she says. "He has a supercomputer-style ability to input data and then output what ought to make sense about it to the average person. There’s just no one like him. If you want to understand more about what we’re going through, watch Chris. He was made for this moment." … [Read more...] about How Hollywood Works Now: MSNBC’s Chris Hayes Was “Made For This Moment”