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‘Jeopardy!’ will run out of new episodes on this date

“Jeopardy!” will soon be in all-encore mode. TVLine has learned that the iconic Alex Trebek-hosted game show — which halted production roughly three months ago due...

Kendall Jenner’s Out-Of-Touch Pepsi Ad Resurfaces Amid Protests, Gets Recreated

Three years after its release, Kendall Jenner’s mess of a Pepsi ad has reentered public conversation as protests against police brutality and racism take place...

Kanye West Protests In Chicago, Donates To Families Of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd

Kanye West has come out to show his support for George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement, appearing at a rally in Chicago...

Rachel Lindsay speaks on ‘Bachelor’ diversity problems and Hannah Brown’s apology

“There has been one person of color in 40 seasons.” As the only black lead to appear on “The Bachelorette,” Rachel Lindsay knows...

Kumail Nanjiani’s Tweet Brilliantly Rejects Idea Of Few ‘Bad Apple’ Cops In Buffalo

With one tweet on Friday, comedian Kumail Nanjiani eviscerated the notion that police violence against peaceful protesters is the product of a “bad apple”...

Beach Boys Legend Brian Wilson Shares Stirring New Take On ‘Love And Mercy’

Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson delivered a stripped-down and stirring version of his solo tune “Love And Mercy” on “The Late Show With Stephen...

TV’s cheeriest show has the darkest history

Behind the scenes at “Glee” seems to have been anything but. This week, cast member Samantha Ware blasted star Lea Michele on Twitter, claiming she...

Steve Priest, bassist who co-founded Sweet, dead at 72

Steve Priest, the bass player who co-founded the UK group Sweet that had hits including “Ballroom Blitz,” “Fox on the Run” and “Love Is...

Twisted Sister legend Dee Snider’s booming voiceover career

If the narrator of popular rock docuseries “Breaking the Band” sounds familiar, that’s because it’s former Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider — who’s parlayed...

Herman Munster’s Speech Of Tolerance And Humanity Moves Twitter Users

When people discuss the great humanitarians of the 20th century, Herman Munster’s name rarely comes up. However, that may change thanks to a 1965 clip...

System Of A Down Bandmates Post Wildly Divergent Views Of Trump On Instagram

Drummer John Dolmayan and lead vocalist Serj Tankian might both be members of heavy metal band System of a Down, but recent Instagram posts...

Criterion makes black filmmakers’ movies free to stream online

In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, home video curator and distributor the Criterion Collection has taken down the paywalls for many of...

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It is the famous Brooklyn gym where the likes of Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson and Jake LaMotta and Roberto Duran have trained, and...