(RNN) – Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo plans to leave football and go into broadcasting, according to reports Tuesday. ESPN’s Adam Schefter said on Twitter that Romo’s plans come even as the Cowboys were set to release him. That would have freed him to negotiate a contract with another NFL team. Romo, 36, will join […]

Rachel Lindsay is the first African-American Bachelorette, and now that the show has started, it’s already getting racial. One of the suitors, a white man, assured Lindsay when he met her that he is “ready to go black.” “I just want to let you know I’m ready to go black,” Dean said. “And I’m never going […]

USA Network has found its Tupac and Biggie for the upcoming pilot “Unsolved,” a true crime series that will chronicle the two major police investigations into the murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G. Marcc Rose will play Tupac and newcomer Wavyy Jonez will play Biggie, according to Variety. Rose also played ‘Pac in […]

Judge Joseph Wapner has passed away. He was 97. As the first presiding judge on the landmark reality courtroom series The People’s Court, Wapner became the face of syndicated justice for a 12 season stretch. Not lacking in credentials, Wapner had put in roughly twenty years of service as a L.A. County Superior Court judge […]

Well, whenever a new crop of television shows hit the air, there is always a question of which will fall to the cancellation ax first. The news came swiftly this season, with Katherine Heigl‘s legal drama Doubt getting shuffled off of the air after only two episodes on CBS. According to a press release from […]

On the heels of FOX renewing Lethal Weapon for the 2017-18 television season, the network has renewed another new drama that is catching on with viewers. Fellow TV freshman Star is also coming back for another season, which will be its second, as reported in Entertainment Weekly. Created by Lee Daniels and Tom Donaghy, Star follows three singers (newcomers Jude […]

Lethal Weapon is not the grittiest drama or most serious cop show on television, but it is a heck of a lot of fun. And, fortunately, enough people agree: Riggs and Murtaugh are getting another season to see how much of LA they can blow up much to the frustration of their long-suffering captain. The […]

Shondaland’s TGIT lineup on ABC will live to see another season. “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal” and “How To Get Away With Murder” have all been renewed, the network announced Friday. The news come on the heels of Thursday ratings wins for three weeks in a row among Adults 18-49, according to Variety. (Last night, TGIT reigned with “Grey’s” […]

In their groveling assent to the “people of the country who are so forgotten,” you know, real Americans, NBC is reportedly contributing its own special brand of self-interested racism to the culture by keeping daytime TV and news as white as it wanna be. You would have thought that after the MSNBC debacle where the […]

On Wednesday night, Donald Trump sat down for his first network television interview since his swearing-in. President Donald Trump: The White House Interview had the President talking to David Muir in an hour-long special that showed Trump just as crowd-obsessed, angry, and combative as recent news reports have made it seem. From the very beginning, Trump was […]

Craig Sager passed away on Thursday after a long battle with cancer, just days after being inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame. Sager was 65 years old. Turner Sports released a statement shortly after: “Craig Sager was a beloved member of the Turner family for more than three decades and he has been […]

There’s been a lot of talk about Lee Daniel’s new TV show “Star” which premiers tonight on Fox. What a lot of folks want to know is … what’s it about and is it any good? Well, according to Meredith Blake’s review in the LA Times, “Star” is definitely not “cookie cutter” TV. For starters, […]