American TV News for 25 Jun 2018
'Westworld' season two finale: Is the Man in Black a Host? Making sense of the post-credits scene with Ed Harris.
The spark for Dan Cooper's recent wilderness adventure came from an unlikely source: his television. The 69-year-old Chippewa Falls man is hooked on the Discovery Network reality show "Naked and …
Season 2 of "Salvation" has its premiere on CBS. And the documentary "Ballet 422" streams on Hulu.
Westworld's second season came to a bloody and shock-filled end.
In its two seasons, 'Westworld' has been a series that seems to fracture the available audience into thirds. In the first season, a certain number of people got annoyed at the shifting time puzzle --... probably, for some of them, because super-fans on the web were constantly guessing and unfolding Easter eggs and theories until their heads exploded (or their readers did). Another third was all-in because of one or all of the elements that Westworldbrought to the table -- a revamped look at AI and sentient beings, with violence and sex and mystery and, for those who liked it, a lot of existentialism about what it means to be truly alive and to evolve, personally, morally, philosophically. And maybe the last group, now perhaps emboldened by the second season finale's multiple time-jumping...
Mysteries revealed, others deepened: The finale may not have been the best "Westworld" episode, but it was certainly the most "Westworld" episode.
The actor opened up about his affection for internet theories and what it was like to focus a performance whose essence all season was confusion.
'Westworld' season two finale recap: Making sense of the timeline and explaining what's next.
'Westworld' co-creator Lisa Joy explains how the season two finale sets up what's to come in season three.
During Sunday night's BET Awards, Netflix debuted a brand-new spot featuring 47 of the platform's black creators and talent, including Ava DuVernay, Spike Lee and Laverne Cox. The timing of the... commercial is rather ironic, given that it aired two days after the streaming giant fired its top PR chief Jonathan Friedland for using the N-word on multiple occasions at work and displaying what CEO Reed Hastings referred to as "unacceptably low racial awareness and sensitivity." Sources say the streamer debated internally on Friday and into the weekend whether to run the spot as scheduled or pull it due to the incident -- but the team ultimately decided that it would be wrong to erase the work of so many people of color due to Friedland's actions.
Cole is so wrapped up in his own self-image he can't see what's right in front of his face. Alison, meanwhile, sees everything all too clearly.
President Donald Trump is telling "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon to "be a man" and stop "whimpering" about the personal anguish he felt over the backlash he received after messing …
Donald Trump on Sunday attacked Jimmy Fallon on Twitter over the Tonight Show host's recent comment, during a Hollywood Reporter Awards Chatter podcast, in which Fallon got choked up talking about the... grief he got after tussling Trump's hair on his show.