If you thought the "Right Stuff" storyline where Alan Shepard's wife Louise changed her niece's name to "Martha" seemed a bit far-fetched - even for a TV show - then you might want to sit down for this one. In Episode 4, titled "Advent," Shepard (played by Jake McDorman in the Disney+ series) and his wife Louise (Shannon Lucio) have her niece, Judith, come to live with them in December 1959 after Louise's sister passes away. When Shepard comes home at Christmas and is talking about the new addition to the family, Louise corrects him on the use of "Judith," saying they . . .
"SNL" is back, now in it's 46th season. The most recent new episode, which aired on October 17, was hosted by Issa Rae, with Justin Bieber as the musical guest. The cold open in this episode was a parody of the Joe Biden's and Donald Trump's dueling town halls - depicting Trump's as a Wrestlemania event and Biden's as a Bob Ross painting video. Along with Jim Carrey joining up to play Joe Biden, Alec Baldwin is once again playing Donald Trump in season 46 of "SNL." This is the fifth season in which Baldwin will play Trump. In season 45 he made eight total appearances across . . .
For those keeping track of political beefs, add Republicans Lou Dobbs and South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham to your list. Because on Friday's episode of his Fox Business show, Dobbs fumed about how much he thinks Graham sucks, and openly urged people in his home state to not vote for him in the 2020 election. The anti-Graham rant happened while Dobbs was complaining about one of the big pet issues among the right: the evidence-free accusations that recent efforts by Twitter and Facebook to limit the spread of misinformation and dangerous conspiracy theories somehow amounts to censorship of . . .
Senior editors at the Wall Street Journal were instructed not to publish more stories about John Bolton's "The Room Where It Happened" because the paper didn't want to "amp up" public reaction to the book, according to an internal report obtained by BuzzFeed News on Friday. The Journal released an exclusive excerpt of the book in June, and senior editors had suggested that the paper publish more pieces related to the excerpt and President Trump's response to it, according to the report. "But those senior editors were told not to, because it would 'amp up' the public . . .
Jessica Chastain is replacing Michelle Williams as Oscar Isaac's co-star in HBO's limited series "Scenes From a Marriage." The "Fosse/Verdon" star had to leave the show due to scheduling conflicts, an individual with knowledge tells TheWrap. Here's the logline for "Scenes From a Marriage," which comes from "The Affair" co-creator Hagai Levi: "An adaptation of Ingmar Bergman's classic series, Scenes from a Marriage, that re-examines the show's iconic depiction of love, hatred, desire, monogamy, marriage and divorce through the lens of a contemporary American . . .