Bode Miller's Tearful Olympic Interview: Did the Questions (and Extreme Closeup) Go Too Far?
As a kid, I used to get a special thrill from the intro to ABC’s Wide World of Sports — especially the tagline about “the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat.”
Last night, however, NBC apparently decided that “the discomfort of heartbreaking tears” trumped both of those elements — or at least that was the widespread response to an interview of Bode Miller that the network aired after …READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL
Coca-Cola's Multilingual Super Bowl Ad Draws Some Outrage; Longer Version Set for Olympics
One divisive Super Bowl commercial that bubbled up some discussion will get a longer encore during the Winter Olympics.
Coca-Cola’s “It’s Beautiful” spot, in which “America the Beautiful” was sung in a multitude of languages …READ MORE
RuPaul's Drag Race Season 6 Premiere Includes Homage to... Duck Dynasty?!
It’s the RuPaul’s Drag Race/Duck Dynasty crossover you never in a million years thought you’d see.
In Drag Race‘s Season 6 premiere (Feb. 24, Logo), contestants are tasked with paying homage to a number of popular TV shows past and present, including Golden Girls, Downton Abbey, Dancing With the Stars and… A&E’s suddenly polarizing reality smash. READ MORE
Grammys Discord: Cable Service Says Dropping 'Same Love' Mass Wedding 'Wasn't Purposeful'
AT&T’s U-verse digital cable provider scrambled this morning to figure out why some of its subscribers saw Sunday night’s Grammy Awards broadcast drop out just as Queen Latifah teed up a segment that would ultimately marry more than 30 couples, both straight and gay. READ MORE
UPDATED: Bachelor Juan Pablo Issues Apology, Blames Language Barrier for 'Pervert' Comment, Agrees to Meet with GLAAD
Juan Pablo Galavis wants to know if you will accept this mea culpa.
The embattled Bachelor star released a statement Saturday via his Facebook page apologizing for offensive comments he made towards gays. READ MORE
Bachelor Backlash: ABC, Show's Producers Blast Juan Pablo's 'Thoughtless' Anti-Gay Remarks
ABC isn’t standing by their man.
On Saturday, the network and studio Warner Horizon released a statement condemning The Bachelor‘s Juan Pablo Galavis for anti-gay comments he made in an interview Friday night. READ MORE
Juan Pablo Galavis Says Gays Don't Belong on The Bachelor: 'They're More Pervert'
ABC may have a Duck Dynasty-level crisis on its hands.
At the network’s Television Critics Association winter press tour party on Friday, current Bachelor star Juan Pablo Galavis said he would be opposed to having an openly gay or bisexual bachelor take part in an upcoming cycle — and it went downhill from there. READ MORE
NCIS: Why Aren't Tony and Ziva Staying in Touch? Show Boss Addresses that 'Valid Issue' and More
A second goldfish is nice and all, sure, but why isn’t NCIS‘ Tony keeping Ziva in his life in a more literal way, either through Skyping (on an encrypted line, of course) or any other 21st-century technology available to him? READ MORE
E! Apologizes for 'Insensitive' Michael J. Fox 'Fun Fact' During Golden Globes Pre-Show
The E! cable channel has apologized for classifying TV legend Michael J. Fox‘s Parkinson’s diagnosis as a “Fun Fact” during its coverage of the Golden Globe Awards red carpet arrivals. READ MORE
Backstage Y&R Drama Heats Up: Eric Braeden Says Fired TV Son 'Wanted Me Off the Show'
The real-life plot involving the firing of Young and the Restless star Michael Muhney has thickened considerably.
Muhney’s TV father, suds legend Eric Braeden, claims in a new interview that, despite rumors to the contrary, he did not have the actor axed. In fact, Braeden insists Muhney tried to have him removed from the soap. READ MORE