Warning: Major spoilers ahead for the “man tears” of “The Bachelorette” Season 17 Monday’s “Bachelorette” began with a huge shocker: An emotional self-elimination that ended a relationship Katie said she could see “going to the end.” In a tender moment, Michael A. revealed he was “at war with himself” whether to continue his journey with Katie while his 4-year-old son feels neglected at home. “I’m not leaving because of us, I’m leaving because my son needs his dad,” Michael A. told Katie, “You taught me how to love again.” The self-elimination left Katie confused and heartbroken, as she . . .
A father of two is dead after a fight escalated to talk of divorce – and then crossed over to physical violence. Chanelle Lewis is facing charges of second-degree murder after running over her husband, Christopher Lewis, after a fight that his adult son claims began over . . . food? The couple were camping with his children from a previous relationship at the Soggy Bottoms ATV Trails campground in Wanette, Oklahoma last week when they got into a horrible row – the last they’d ever have. Video: Doorbell Cam Footage Shows Creepy Stranger Telling Woman To Come Out So He Can Kill Her . . .
Channing Dungey has hired Vicki Dummer, one of her former top lieutenants at ABC, as head of current programming for Warner Bros. Television Group. In her new role, Dummer will be responsible for managing creative affairs for all current scripted series produced by WBTV across all platforms, including HBO Max, external streaming services, premium and basic cable channels, and the five U.S. broadcast networks. Dummer will also supervise WBTV’s newly structured current programming team, with Odetta Watkins, Rachel Filippelli, and Kelly Goode serving as senior leaders of the department, . . .