Earlier this month, The CW debuted their new series DC's Legends of Tomorrow, which airs on Thursday nights at 8 PM ET, giving the network three nights of superhero programming following The Flash on Tuesday nights and Arrow on Wednesday nights. The ratings are in for the second episode of this hit series, which, according to Comic Book Resources, only dropped a tenth of a point following its impressive debut. The show earned a 1.1 rating and a 4 share in the coveted 18-49 demographic with 2.84 million viewers overall. DC's Legends of Tomorrow was virtually on par with its impressive series debut last week, dipping by only a tenth in adults 18-49 (1.1/4) and adults 18-34 (0.8/3) week to week, and ranking #2 in the 8-9pm hour in men 18-34 (0.9/4), and #3 in adults 18-34 and M18-49 (1.2/4). DC's Legends improved its time period numbers by a huge +93% in total viewers (2.84M) over the same night last year, and +57% in adults 18-49. For the night, The CW was up 81% year to year in total … [Read more...] about DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Ratings Hold Strong; New Episode 3 Photos Emerge
Steve Miller‘s gripes against the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame — for which the rocker was inducted Friday night — extended past the podium into the backstage area later that night. “The whole process is unpleasant,” Miller told reporters. “The whole process needs to be changed from the top to the bottom.” Talking to Rolling Stone, Miller widened his targets, throwing barbs not just at the Rock Hall — though there were many choice words about that — but at his record label rep (“I wanted to pull him by his necktie and kick him in the nuts”) and the industry in general. Was the Hall of Fame experience what you thought it would be?Uh. No. No, it wasn’t. It was nice. The whole experience should be completely redesigned and become much more artist-friendly. In what way?Starting from who you can invite, what you can do, how long you can play, what you can say. The whole thing is sort of an … [Read more...] about Steve Miller: This Whole Industry Is F–kin’ Gangsters and Crooks
Play video content EXCLUSIVE Team Costa Rica and Team Mexico are getting screwed ... by not being able to get screwed during the World Cup ... so says Reggie Miller who tells us the "no sex" rules are stupid. Miller -- one of the most clutch athletes of all-time -- says he doesn't understand why World Cup teams forbid their players from banging during the tourney ... saying, "If you're a trained athlete, I think you're gonna focus no matter what." He adds, "It's mind over matter, isn't it?" But could boning before a big game actually HELP an athlete before a big game? Check out Reggie's reaction -- pretty funny! … [Read more...] about World Cup ‘No Sex’ Rules — Reggie Miller: They’re TOTAL BS!!
The 70th annual Tony Awards nominations were announced Tuesday morning at the Diamond Horseshoe at the Paramount Hotel in midtown Manhattan. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway smashHamilton swept the categories with a record-breaking 16 nominations, surpassing the 15-nom record held by The Producers and Billy Elliot. Pop musicians were featured prominently in the Best Musical category. Sarah Bareilles earned her first Tony nomination for writing the music and lyrics to Waitress, about a young girl who uses baking for escape. The “Brave” singer recently told Rolling Stone “this was the best decision I could have made.” Bareilles is up against other unconventional Broadway composers, folk-rock musician Edie Brickell for Bright Star and heavyweight Miranda for his acclaimed hip-hop musical about the first treasury secretary. The Late Late Show’s James Corden will host the 2016 Tony Awards, … [Read more...] about ‘Hamilton’ Sweeps Tony Awards 2016 Nominations
Can you build a whole animated feature about emojis living inside the smartphone of a teen named Alex (Jake T. Austin)? It’s a stretch. But The Emoji Movie, expected to kill at the box-office and be killed by critics, has a few tricks up its animated sleeve. Before the jacked-up antics get to be too much, director Tony Leondis and co-writers Erich Siegel and Mike White get in a few satiric licks at a technology we’ve all come to call home. The plot? It spins around Gene (voiced with twisted mischief by T.J. Miller), a Meh emoji who breaks the cardinal emoji rule – he can’t be just one thing. Poop, an emoji voiced by Patrick Stewart in a joke that keeps on giving, is OK with being a real shit. And Smiler (Maya Rudolph) pushes perky so far you want to select her emoji and hit Access Denied. Meh, a huge disappointment to his parents – Mel Meh (Steven Wright) and Mary Meh (Jennifer Coolidge) – continues his crusade for variety. The movie, sadly, … [Read more...] about ‘The Emoji Movie’ Review: What’s the Emoji for Corporate Pandering?