I have some thoughts about Trevor Noah’s announcement that he’s going to leave “The Daily Show” — and why you shouldn’t listen to any speculation about who will replace him.
Some observations from watching Prime Video’s streaming coverage of the Chiefs-Chargers last night, including why anyone would choose to listen to five guys in a man cave discussing the game instead of the great Al Michaels.
Some thoughts about NBC executives considering no longer airing network shows in the last hour of primetime. No, it doesn’t mean Jay Leno gets his hour back.
Some thoughts on CNN firing Brian Stelter, who not only won his time slot every Sunday with “Reliable Sources,” but also compiled a must-read daily newsletter and set a high bar for quality.
Sparked by a Twitter conversation with Jason Zinoman, here’s an example from last night of why Martin Short has to be on any list of all-time money-in-the-bank late-night TV guests.
As a regular “Jeopardy!” viewer, I’m baffled by the inability of some contestants to wager correctly when it comes to Final Jeopardy. Let me explain.
The executive producer of “Jeopardy” said there would be an announcement very soon of who the show’s full-time host will be. Here’s why I hope that’s Ken Jennings, not Mayim Bialik.
My review of a movie (streaming on Netflix) about a giant deception British spies used during World War II to fool the Nazis, involving a corpse that washed ashore with some phony documents.