The Whoopi Goldberg Show

1992, TV Show


Hank Williams Jr. Writes Song, Appears on Talk Shows After Hitler-Obama Uproar

Hank Williams Jr

Now that his Monday Night Football opening theme song has been permanently punted from the broadcast, Hank Williams Jr. has written a song zinging Fox & Friends and ESPN and is taking to the airwaves to answer his critics.
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New View Cohost Whoopi Goldberg on Star and Rosie: "We're Friends"

Whoopi Goldberg was all smiles backstage at The View, several moments after the not-so-surprise announcement that she’s the ABC chat show’s long-awaited new moderator. The comedian tells TV Guide she “felt safe” in the warm embrace of her new colleagues. She’s equally accepted by ex-Viewers. Goldberg revealed that the day before her formal announcement, Star Jones Reynolds, who left the show after a bit of nastiness, sent her flowers. “We’re friends,” says Goldberg. “She was really excited and she said, ‘You should do this, this is you. Go for it.’” Though Goldberg hadn’t yet heard from Rosie O’Donnell, the new host said she’s been reading O’Donnell’s blog “and the great stuff she’s written about me. What’s better than that? Nobody’s angry, nobody’s nasty, nobody’s unhappy.”Now that Goldberg’s filled the fourth seat, how about the fifth? View executive produc... read more


Whoopi Goldberg will play a foster mother gone bad — a potentially recurring role — in a May episode of NBC's Law & Order: Criminal Intent. "Whoopi never gets to be the bad guy. In the world of [our show], she'll be the baddest," promises executive producer Fred Berner.... Bernadette Peters will play Karen's sister and Josh Lucas will give Jack a shoulder to cry on in the May 11, penultimate episode of Will & Grace. read more

Daily Show Vet Gets Animated

Rob Corddry

Rob Corddry, a correspondent for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, follows in the footsteps of such comedic peers as Conan O'Brien and Saturday Night Live's Amy Poehler when he lends his voice to The N's O'Grady (Fridays at 9:30 pm/ET) this week. Here's what he had to tell us about his animated gig, advising Jon Stewart on the Oscars and more. On O'Grady, who or what are you voicing? A news reporter, perhaps?Rob Corddry: No, actually read more

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Premiered: 1992, on Syndicated
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Premise: A weeknight talk show featuring the Oscar-winning actress-comedian had an intimate format (one guest per episode and no studio audience). Her first interviewee: Elizabeth Taylor.


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