In today's hyper-driven news world, "Breaking News" can refer to any news -- whether it is important or not.
Seinfeld did a series of interviews in which he seemed to take some sort of bizarre pleasure in Roseanne Barr's career "suicide."
Monday night, the president let fly with a blunt "review" of two late-night hosts -- Colbert and Kimmel.
Jimmy Fallon has launched a p.r. offensive to address the fallout from his hair-tousling of Donald Trump in September 2016.
Beyond the question of whether or not ABC would go ahead with this spinoff, the network's news release did not answer a number of other questions.
In the news business, the relative importance of stories was traditionally illustrated with the "dog bites man" example.
"Take Two" has been titled to reflect the show's title twosome and the quest for redemption of the actress after getting out of rehab.
Last Friday night while idly grazing through our TV channels, we stumbled upon the biggest story on the planet Earth.
Stories in the trade press insist that ABC is working hard to hammer out a plan for reviving "Roseanne" without Roseanne.
"Yellowstone" is a modern-day western in which Costner plays the patriarch of a ranching family in Montana.