Restaurant owners across America are stress-smoking cigs as we speak because culinary terrorizer Gordon Ramsay will return for another round of Kitchen Nightmares on Fox. This is good news for minimum-age-earning line cooks who really want to feel worthless while getting screamed at by Gordon Ramsay. Although, they could scream back at him, “Instead of yelling at me, try to work on your dismal Kitchen Nightmares success rate of only 16%.”
A group of celebrities from different backgrounds will pack their bags and go somewhere no pap can reach them- Mars! Just kidding- They’ll be looking down at us the way celebs usually do, just not from space. The cast will live in an Earth-based but Mars-like setting on Fox’s new reality series, Stars On Mars. Not to be confused with the future Elon Musk documentary Dirt Star on Mars.
That dapper frog has such a worried look on its face, but don’t worry frog! Nick Cannon isn’t going anywhere. At least not anywhere as far as FOX is concerned. ViacomCBS is another story, as we already know. But Nick Cannon’s job hosting the televised fever-dream The Masked Singer is safe, regardless of how ViacomCBS responded to Nick’s anti-Semitic podcast comments.
Remember that Fox show from a few years ago, Sleepy Hollow? It was kinda like Bones meets Supernatural, and followed a time-traveling Ichabod Crane (way hotter than the beanpole geek from the cartoon) who fights evil alongside a modern cop, played by Nicole Beharie. The show lasted four years, and in the third season finale, they killed off Nicole’s character. Which was wild, because she was the lead.
Last year Nicole finally revealed that her main reason for leaving was illness. She was suffering from an autoimmune disease. Now, while promoting her new movie, Miss Juneteenth (her first major role since leaving the show in 2016), she revealed more about how she was treated on set, and her experience being labeled “difficult” post-exit. Continue reading
Fox has decided that the six episodes of BH90210 were more than enough. The reboot which had already been rebooted is dead once more. But knowing how these things go, it won’t be for long. Give it two to four years for a reboot of this reboot.
It’s been over two years since Billy Bush was fired from Today for his smarmy role in Pussygate AKA the scandal that launched a million pink pussy knit hats. Since then the fallen apple of the Bush Dynasty (which is sadly not a delicious Chinese Restaurant) has gotten divorced, helped his daughter through sobriety, and been on a voyage of self-discovery with Tony Robbins. Now he’s ready to end his exile and find a way to weasel his way back onto the small screen. Lucky for Billy, Extra has announced that they are moving from NBC to Fox this autumn, and they are looking for a pro-pussy grabbing host to join the team.