Eliot Spitzer and Kathleen Parker
CNN took the first step in rebuilding its struggling primetime lineup by naming former New York governor Eliot Spitzer and conservative columnist Kathleen Parker as the co-hosts of a new roundtable discussion program. The still to be named show will replace Campbell Brown in the 8 p.m. ET hour in the early fall. Spitzer resigned from his office in 2008 amid a sex scandal that revealed he used prostitutes. Is America's cable news audience ready to embrace him as a liberal commentator sitting across from the Pulitzer Prize winner Parker? The Biz chatted with the pair shortly after the new show was announced...
The longest match in tennis history was played Wednesday — and it's not over yet.
John Isner and Nicolas Mahut were locked 59-59 in the fifth set in a 10-hour first-round match at Wimbledon when play was suspended because of darkness. The match time shattered the previous record of ...
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The former New York governor will co-host a nightly roundtable discussion program on CNN set to debut this fall, the network announced Wednesday.
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Spitzer, who resigned amid a prostitution scandal two years ago, will co-host alongside Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Kathleen Parker. The program, scheduled to air weeknights at 8 p.m. ET, will focus on ...
Kyle Jacobs and Kellie Pickler
Country star Kellie Pickler and boyfriend Kyle Jacobs are engaged, according to People.
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The fifth-season American Idol finalist got engaged on a Florida beach on June 15, a day she says had been "sad and hard," because it was the birthday of her late grandmother, Faye Pickler.
"It turned out to be the most amazing day of my life," the 23-year-old tells the magazine. "My whole world changed. We both feel like we got ...
All hail the return of Wendie Malick! The queen of snark is back delivering deadpan comments with killer timing in her new Hot in Cleveland role as Victoria, a self-involved soap star who, along with her two BFFs, moves to Cleveland where they become the toast of the town (Wednesday at 10/9c, TV Land). We raise a glass to Malick...
Jason Lee and Chris Jericho
The good news about this year's bumper crop of new summer TV: There's plenty of it. (I spent much of the last few days wading through a mid-July burst of new crime-drama premieres.) The bad news: There's too much of it, and too little of it — at least from what I've seen so far — is any good. (I'm talking about the brand new stuff here, which keeps on coming whether we particularly want it to or not.) At this point, I'm beginning to pine for good old repeats.
Tuesday night provided two particularly painful examples: TNT's dreary Memphis Beat crime drama and ABC's insipid Downfall game show.
Memphis is particularly disappointing...
Bert the Conqueror
Looking for a summer vacation that will get your adrenaline pumping? Then Bert Kreischer — of Travel Channel's Bert the Conqueror (Wednesdays at 10/9c) — has the top five adventure destinations that thrill-seekers can't afford to miss. From what he calls "zip lines on steroids" in Boulder City, Nev., to a 16-second freefall in Las Vegas, watch as the comedian runs through his favorite extreme picks of the season in the video below after the jump.