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Opposite Freshman Luck: New Comedies & Dramas Have Best & Worst Showings In Top Series Emmy Categories In 2 Decades

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times for freshman series on Emmy nominations day, depending whether they are in the drama or comedy side. First-year comedies had the best showing in the comedy series category in almost two decades, with three nominees, Amazon/Prime Video’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, HBO’s Barry, and Netflix’s  GLOW. The last time there were three freshman series in the top comedy category was 2010 (Modern Family, Glee and Nurse… Read

LeBron James To The Lakers Has Huge Potential On The Court – And For His Entertainment Enterprises

Basketball talent isn’t the only reason – and maybe not even the main reason – that LeBron James is coming to the Los Angeles Lakers. Now a more permanent resident of the capital of American show business and one of the major media centers of the world, James has a chance to grow the businesses that will provide the foundation for the rest of his post-NBA life. While there has been no shortage of business opportunities for James while he was based in Cleveland and… Read


Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto May Be Writing A Book – Report

One of the biggest mysteries in the blockchain and cryptocurrency world may soon be revealed in a forthcoming book. Bloomberg News reporter Matthew Leising reports that Satoshi Nakamoto, the legendary “inventor” of bitcoin, may be working on a tell-all that will clear up the identity of who ignited the blockchain and cryptocurrency world with the publication of a white paper in 2008. The identity of Satoshi Nakamoto has never been revealed, although a few people have… Read


Telemundo And Fox Both Scoring With World Cup Ratings Bonanza

World Cup soccer brings out the crowds, and even though some of the matches happen in the wee, small hours of the morning, they’re still setting ratings records. Wednesday's Mexico-Sweden Group Stage finale, won by Sweden 3-0, averaged a total audience delivery of 5.2 million viewers across Spanish-language Telemundo,, and the Telemundo en Vivo and NBC Sports apps. Those stats come from live plus same day fast national data released by Nielsen, and… Read


President Donald Trump Twitter Tweetstorm – The Sunday Edition

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The Commander-in-Tweet continued his weekend Twitter habit this morning, launching last night with a rare Saturday night session before continuing with vigor on Sunday. Today’s lineup of thoughts includes some of the usual suspects – the Witch Hunt, the border, the Democrat inaction – but took a harsher tone when it came to defining immigration. “Our system is a mockery to good immigration policy and Law and Order,” the President said. This morning’s tweets (so… Read


Bill Cosby Former Attorney: His Conviction “A Travesty Of Justice”

Former Bill Cosby attorney Tom Mesereau has spoken out against the conviction that may send the actor to jail for the rest of his life. Speaking on Friday’s Inside Edition to Jim Moret, Mesereau called the Cosby verdict “a travesty of justice” and said judges are running scared from the #MeToo movement. In late April, a Pennsylvania jury found Cosby guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault for the 2004 drugging and sexual assault of Andrea Constand at his… Read


Gallup Poll: 62% Of Americans Believe News Is Biased & 44% Say It’s Inaccurate

Two new Gallup polls have found that wide swaths of the American population believe that the media is biased, inaccurate and full of misinformation – just as President Donald Trump says. One poll found that 62% of U.S. adults believe that the news they see in newspapers, on television or hear on the radio is biased and that 44% say it’s inaccurate. An accompanying poll found that 39% of Americans believe that the news they see on television, read in newspapers or hear on… Read


Mexico Beats Germany 1-0 In World Cup, Avenges News Outlet’s Insult

German newspaper Die Welt took a swipe at Mexico today in the name of World Cup soccer, publishing a somewhat inflammatory headline about what Germany would do to them on the pitch by alluding to US President Donald Trump’s plans for a barrier on the border. By hinting at erecting a wall against Mexican soccer’s advance, perhaps the Die Welt editors forgot the not-so-small matter of the Berlin Wall and the pain it caused their own country. Maybe it was intended to fire up… Read


‘This Week’: Steve Bannon Claims Border Outrage Aims “To Demonize Donald Trump”

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said criticism of President Donald Trump’s border policy and foreign policies has reached a point where “The whole purpose here is to demonize Donald Trump.” Appearing on ABC-TV’s This Week with ABC chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl, Bannon defended the president’s initiatives, saying in the case of family separation that he’s merely following the law and promises to seal the border. The administration has… Read


‘Meet The Press’ Panel: President’s Twitter Activity Fueling Mueller Probe

The Mueller investigation is yielding more heat than light, much of it caused by President Donald Trump’s propensity to take to Twitter and vent. That was the conclusion by the media panel on this week’s Meet The Press. Led by moderator Chuck Todd, the group included David Brooks, columnist for The New York Times; Amy Walter, national editor of The Cook Political Report; Danielle Pletka of the American Enterprise Institute; and Eugene Robinson, columnist for The… Read