It’s easy to figure out why the ratings for the Primetime Emmy awards were the lowest in history.
Because there are literally hundreds of shows and places to watch those shows now, nobody is watching the same shows. So when a show like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel wins lots of Emmys, nobody cares, because hardly anyone even knows what it is, let alone watches it.
Corbin Bernsen leads the LA Law Reunion, coming to the Chiller Expo at the Hilton Parsippany, October 26-28. Michael Tucker, Jill Eikenberry, Susan Ruttan and Michele Greene will also appear.
Chris Myers, Daryl Johnston, and Laura Okmin will announce the Colts-Eagles game on Fox Sunday at 1 p.m.
If you can’t wait an entire week for the next Eagles’ game, check out Invincible running on the HBOs. Mark Wahlberg and especially Greg Kinnear are excellent as Vince Papale and Dick Vermeil. The producers do a great job of recreating the 1976 Eagles.
Catch #66 Bill Bergey, #95 John Bunting, #55 Frank LeMaster, #17 Harold Carmichael, #10 Mike Boryla, #53 Dennis Franks, #25 Tom “Silky” Sullivan, #28 Bill Bradley, and more. They even got Blenda Gay, #68 correct!
I loved this summer’s season of Celebrity Family Feud on ABC. Steve Harvey is great at this! He may be the best Family Feud host ever, including Richard Dawson. Do you remember some of the other hosts?
- Richard Dawson (1976–85, 1994–95)
- Ray Combs (1988–94)
- Louie Anderson (1999–2002)
- Richard Karn (2002–06)
- John O’Hurley (2006–10)
- Steve Harvey (2010–present)
I cannot wait until A Star is Born opens October 5. Philly’s Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga are getting raves for the latest version of the classic.
This week’s Rocky installment is Rocky IV “I must break you” on INSP, Sunday at 10 p.m. “Creed II,” which opens November 21st, will feature the son of Apollo Creed (Michael B. Jordan) fighting the son of Ivan Drago!