Mike Richards exits ‘Jeopardy!’ executive producer role

Mike Richards is officially out as executive producer of Jeopardy! after recently stepping down as the quiz show's new permanent host. The news was shared with Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune staff Tuesday via an internal note from Suzanne Prete, the executive vice president of business and strategy for both game shows. "I'm writing... Read More.

‘Aquaman’ producer confirms studio will not remove Amber Heard from sequel despite “pure fan pressure”

Following Amber Heard and Johnny Depp's contentious divorce battle, which unearthed unflattering accusations concerning them both, fans of the Aquaman franchise demanded the actress' removal from the upcoming sequel.  But don't hold your breath waiting for it to happen. A petition that was signed by over one million people said the actress needed... Read More.

‘SNL’ producer Lorne Michaels, Bette Midler, Berry Gordy among this year’s class for 44th Kennedy Center Honors

Longtime Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels, stage and screen legend Bette Midler, and Motown founder Berry Gordy are among the 2021 class for the 44th Annual Kennedy Center Honors.  Among those names who will be honored "for lifetime artistic achievements" will be singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell, and opera baritone Justino Diaz, when the... Read More.

Former TV producer opens up about how yoga changed her life

(NEW YORK) -- Yoga is an ancient mental, physical and spiritual practice that can be done anywhere by anyone. Today, it's globally recognized and beloved by many, including devoted yoga practitioner, entrepreneur and business mentor Melissa Ruiz. Ruiz traded her former life as a busy television... Read More.

Hugh Jackman responds after embattled producer Scott Rudin “steps away” from Broadway’s ‘The Music Man’

Hugh Jackman has responded to Scott Rudin, the embattled producer of Jackman's upcoming Broadway production The Music Man, stepping away from the production as he weathers mounting accusations he physically and psychologically bullied his staff. The accusations of abusive behavior were called an "open secret" in the entertainment industry in a