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Pound for (British) pound, "Ted Lasso" Season 1 gave viewers the most feels of any series on any platform. Enter: Sharon Fieldstone (Sarah Niles), sports psychologist for AFC Richmond and Season 2 newcomer, who is essentially devoid of any emotion. In time for her big Apple TV+ debut, we asked Niles how she achieved the right level of joylessness (for now, at least) on a show so very centered on joy. "I have no idea. I think it's like the balance of things, isn't it?" she told TheWrap. "It's lik
Rochester TV reporter Brianna Hamblin shared a video of "disgusting" verbal abuse just before her on-the-street live shot Friday. "Being hit on and harassed as a woman, especially as a woman reporter out in the field, happens so often you learn how to roll with it or ignore it," Hamblin said on Twitter, "This time it happened to be recorded only seconds before my hit. There are A LOT of things wrong with this." Hamblin was preparing for a live shot when two men approached her and began commentin
HBO Max has placed a "fantastical" medical drama from Oscar Sharp, Damon Lindelof ("Watchmen") and Matt Reeves ("The Batman") into development, a spokesperson for the streaming service confirmed for TheWrap. "The Human Conditions" is an original series that follows a young British doctor who must learn to treat impossible, fantastical illnesses by healing the emotional issues that underlie them — and confronting her own issues along the way. Sharp, a British filmmaker, will write, direct and exe
When your stock price spikes 23% in a single day, you probably did something right. And in the case of Snap this week, the company did have a lot go right in the second quarter. But it wasn't always so rosy an outlook for the social media app. Just a few years ago, Snapchat appeared to be stuck in neutral, with shaky user growth and a seemingly-uneven business plan. The L.A.-based company, run by 31-year-old L.A. native Evan Spiegel, looked like it could end up becoming roadkill under Facebook's
A second Black Superman project is in the works at Warner Bros., with Michael B. Jordan working on a limited series for HBO Max that would be based on the Val-Zod version of the character, according to multiple reports. Collider first reported that Jordan's Outlier Society has hired a writer. A rep for HBO Max declined to comment, while reps for Jordan and Warner Bros. did not respond to TheWrap's request for comment. The HBO Max project comes as Warner Bros. is set to reboot the character on th
Megyn Kelly slammed Jeffrey Toobin for his now infamous Zoom incident, saying he should have been fired for exposing himself during a work Zoom call. She made the comments on the Friday episode of her podcast "The Megyn Kelly Show" which featured author Malcolm Gladwell as a guest. Toobin was fired from the New Yorker magazine last November following an incident during a Zoom conference call in which he was caught allegedly pleasuring himself on camera. Toobin claimed that he thought the camera
Or, if you're not yet sold on the idea of a poodle skirt or slick leather jacket, we're happy to persuade you. For starters, post-cheerleading Sandy has got to be one of the easiest last-minute Halloween costumes for women ever. Bonus points if you've got a high school sweetheart of your own: The Sandy-Danny combo is one of the best Halloween costumes for couples, and you likely already have everything you need to make it happen waiting in your closet.
Celebrity chef Mario Batali and his business partners have agreed to pay $600,000 to accusers in order to settle an investigation of sexual harassment claims stemming from 2017. The New York State Attorney General's office announced the agreement with Batali and his associates on Friday. As a result of the four-year investigation, Batali -- along with his company B&B Hospitality and partner and restaurateur Joseph Bastianich -- must pay $600,000 to at least 20 former employees. They must also re