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'Broad City' stars explain why they decided to bleep out Trump’s name in upcoming season
Comedy Central’s hit sitcom, "Broad City," returns in September for its fourth season. The show will include mentions of President Trump, however, his name will be bleeped out. On Tuesday, show co-creator and co-star Ilana Glazer told the annual Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour that
Insomniac Theater: 'Despicable Me 3' and 'The House'
Cleveland then. They're there they're gonna gonna just like David didn't of program content didn't. David's during the hard news and so are we were during important business it's like Uncle Sam for up all over a and do you inside their theater at its holiday weekend yes this morning. We start with
Remembering legendary comedian Don Rickles
Fans paid tribute to Rickles, who passed away at age 90, with a memorial at his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Blake Lively Celebrates Galentine's Day
Leslie Knope once called it "only the best day of the year." No, she wasn't talking about Valentine's Day, but Galentine's Day, a day for girlfriends, which is celebrated the day before, on Feb. 13. Never mind that it was a made-up holiday by a made-up character played by Amy Poehler on "Parks and
6 'Galentine's Day' Getaways to Take With Your Girlfriends
Amy Poehler had no idea what she unleashed when 'Galentine's Day' exploded into popular culture via a 2010 episode of "Parks and Recreation." In the episode, Poehler's beloved-yet-quirky character, Leslie Knope, gave a name and date to a new holiday in which women leave their husbands and
Beyonce Spotted Leaving Rehearsal for 2017 Grammys
because that's dangerous but a celebration with "Pop news" for Friday. Yes. Friday edition. Really great crowd. Falcons. Patriots. Robin and George. Let's begin. So yesterday we got some or a couple days ago we got surprise twin pregnancy news and now we're getting award show news coming from
The Obamas' Best Pop Culture Moments
They rapped, they sang, they dropped the mic and did the Dougie. Perhaps no other president and first lady were more savvy about pop culture than the Obamas. From their television appearances to their viral videos, President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama used the power of entertainment
U.S. Women's Soccer Claims Another Title: espnW IMPACT25 Women Of The Year
To best appreciate the impact of the 2015 U.S. women's national soccer team, you need only look at the photographs. Not of the team, though those remain unassailably impressive and inspirational, elite athleticism and sportswomanship captured at its finest. But equally stirring are the reaction
10 Thanksgiving Movies to Watch if You're Sick of Football
There's a Thanksgiving movie for everyone. Whether you like comedies or tear-jerkers, these movies will provide a welcome respite from all the cooking, eating or football-watching this holiday. Even better, the families in some of these films will make you grateful for your own. Here are 10
Abbi Jacobson Visits 'GMA'
The "Broad City" actress is live in Times Square to discuss "Carry This Book," her new illustrated book.