Wednesday, December 9, 2015

NEWS: John Stamos, SAG Awards, Image Awards, 'Scream Queens' Finale, Queen Latifah, Adam Gregory

The Bold and the Beautiful alum Adam Gregory and wife are expected second child
Gregory, who played Thomas on B&B, announced via Instagram that he and his wife, Sheridan, are expecting their second child. The actor posted a photo of the sonogram, noting, “More trouble coming our way June 2016!” The couple, who wed in February of 2010, had their first child, Adam Kannon Gregory II, on February 7, 2013.

John Stamos
General Hospital alum bares his butt, and is tired of himself
" I rarely read about myself — mostly because I'm tired of 'me' — and also if you believe the good stuff, you have to believe the bad stuff. I just stay away."

Queen Latifah to star in Fox music pilot from Lee Daniels
Latifah will play the surrogate mother with an amazing voice to an up-and-coming girl group. As Variety notes, Queen Latifah’s star power plus Empire co-creator Lee Daniels’ track record could make this project a strong contender for next season.

Empire and black-ish dominate NAACP Image Awards nominations
In the outstanding drama category, Empire is facing Power, Scandal, How to Get Away with Murder and Being Mary Jane. The Image Awards have not included a daytime drama category for the past two years..

SAG Aards nominations revealed!
The casts of Downton Abbey, Game of Thrones, Homeland, House of Cards and Mad Men are competing in the Outstanding Performance By an Ensemble in a Drama Series category.

Lea Michele on the Scream Queens Red Devil Reveal and Why No One Writes for Women Better Than Ryan Murphy
While Dickie Dollar Scholars golden boy Boone (Nick Jonas), Gigi (Nasim Pedrad), and unrelated-to-the-central-narrative Pete (Diego Boneta) were unmasked as three of them — and swiftly killed — the question left on everyone’s minds was simple: Who was the final killer? As it turns out, the second “bathtub baby” from the unfortunate night at Kappa Kappa Tau in the ’90s was none other than Hester Ulrich (a.k.a. Chanel No. 6), played with great panache by Lea Michele.

Hulu announces premiere date for Aaron Paul's The Path
The cult family drama from Jason Katims debuts March 30. It’ll also star Hugh Dance, Michelle Monaghan and Rockmund Dunbar.

Once Upon a Time is bringing back an older version of Dorothy Gale
The Wizard of Oz character will be in her late 20s/early 30s when she returns as “a brave warrior for good.”

Telenovela will reunite Eva Longoria with her Desperate Housewives husband
Longoria tweeted that Ricardo Chavira will appear on her NBC comedy. “He’s amazing and still my first love!” she added.

NBC renews The Blacklist for Season 4
Creator Jon Bokenkamp announced the news on his Blacklist podcast. "“We knew about that a while ago, it’s one of those things that’s hard to keep quiet,” he said.

NBC is developing an 1891 NYC-set musical featuring Broadway stars
Voice of the City will use songs to tell the sweeping story of the rise of New York City.


  1. I gave up on 'Scream Queens' after the second episode. Not funny, not scary and slightly racist. I had no doubt Lea Michele would be the killer just because producer Ryan Murphy is determined to make her a star.

  2. Sorry, but John Stamos' tush does nothing for me. John Wesley Shipp's infoamous buttshot on NYPD BLUE 20+ years ago still does it for me.

  3. 20 years is a long wait for a satisfying bum to come along.