The episode showed Cannon’s laudable journey toward repentance, but left Black Jews out of the conversation.
In ‘candid’ interview, Chuck Lorre was silent on decades of alleged sexual misconduct at his network.
Independent investigators found Moonves guilty of sexual misconduct. He’s back to work in Hollywood.
“This may be a new role, but the mission is the same: deliver quality, in-depth journalism and engaging storytelling,” she said in a statement.
When giants like Harvey Weinstein and Les Moonves fall and the dust clears, has anything changed?
Feminists and big corporations, rejoice! Probably not together.
Two weeks ago, he told the New York Times: “We stand 100 percent behind our C.E.O., and there will be no change in his status.”
You know — basically the same thing as ‘Young Sheldon.’
Shari Redstone’s plan to recombine CBS and Viacom has a likely chance of coming to fruition.
If there’s a way for a millionaire male icon to be brave, this is it.