‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 will explain what’s wrong with Mike

June 8, 2017

… step back.” However, it’s not just Mike that will be changing before Viewers’ eyes; Ross continues, “I think we start to see sides of all three characters, which I think is going to be fun.” Of course, there’s also the issue of whatever is happening with Will. In the closing moments of Stranger Things Season 1, Will is seen coughing up remnants of the Upside Down the dark dimension he spent most of the season trapped in before momentarily flashing back there …


USA 1967: When American soccer’s Summer of Love ended in tears – BBC News

Their positive reaction to the football – a sport most Viewers actually knew little about – prompted a group of US businessmen to get together to draw up plans to establish a professional football, or soccer, league in the country. Image copyright Keystone/Getty Images Image caption The Beatles led the so-called British Invasion of the US in the 1960s Back then Mr Rothenberg was a lawyer for sports entrepreneur Jack Kent Cooke, owner of the Los Angeles Lakers basketball …

May 27, 2017

Monica Lewinsky Bids Roger Ailes Goodbye In Scathing NYT Column

… a former Republican political operative, took the story of the affair and the trial that followed and made certain his anchors hammered it ceaselessly, 24 hours a day. Some experts have noted that Viewers found Fox for the first time because of the crisis. John Moody, a Fox executive editor, reflected on that period: The Lewinsky saga put us on the news map. As he put it in another interview: Monica was a news channels dream come true. …

May 24, 2017

Bill Maher: The Indisputable Godfather of Political Late-Night

… the shows most-watched since its 2003 debut, averaging 4.4 million Viewers per episode, another point of pride for Maher. That means more people watch him than even the most popular late-night host on network television, Jimmy Fallon, who averaged 3.6 million Viewers per night over the same time period. Yet while Real Time has been nominated for 19 Emmys over the past 13 years, it hasnt taken home a single award. When Maher called The Daily Beast this past week, he was in the middle of …

May 21, 2017

Snapchat lands TV network’s attention at this year’s Upfronts

… during Turner’s Upfront (Turner is an investor in Mashable, and Mashable is a Snapchat partner). On a giant iPhone, NBCUniversal ran a minute-long video promoting E! News’s “The Rundown,” a Snapchat exclusive series that boasts 8 million views per episode, on average. To make a not-so apples-to-apples but interesting comparison, E! News brought in 4.4 million Viewers for its five-hour coverage of the Golden Globes this year. The beginning of this upfront was NBCU …

May 20, 2017

This is shaping up to be the bleakest season of ‘The Bachelorette’ yet

… “aspiring drummer” is not in the same league as an “aspiring dolphin trainer.” (Miss you every day, Alexis.) SEE ALSO: According to the preview of Kylie Jenner’s show, You! Don’t! Know! Kylie! Jenner! Lindsay entered the Bachelor universe vying for the heart of Viall, a man with a mysteriously smooth forehead who continues to fail upwards. She won the First Impression Rose and was quickly a fan favorite who most Viewers could agree deserved better some dude …

May 19, 2017

Eurovision streaker wearing Australian flag has quite a history of pranks

The dude who crashed the Eurovision stage who everyone thought was Australian because he was wearing the country’s flag as a cape, but isn’t appears to be in a lot of trouble. Ukrainian prankster VitaliiSediuk mooned the crowd and millions of television Viewers on stage during the performance of reigning winner Jamala at the final in Kiev on Saturday night. SEE ALSO: Some dude wearing an Australian flag jumped onstage at Eurovision and mooned everyone Here’s the moment again, …

May 17, 2017