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Entertainment Weekly says Bill Cosby (pictured) is moving from TV’s entertainment schedule into the TV news programs.
Basic cable network TV Land has now yanked all syndicated repeats of his iconic NBC series The Cosby Show.
The move follows NBC canceling the development of a new prime-time sitcom starring the actor-comedian, and Netflix postponing the debut of its Bill Cosby 77 stand-up special.
Cosby faces mounting rape allegations from several women, including from when he worked on The Cosby Show, which ran from 1984 to 1992 on NBC. On Tuesday, former supermodel Janice Dickinson became the latest to accuse Cosby of sex abuse.
The actor has denied all the allegations through his attorney and has refused to answer questions regarding the matter.
Bill Clinton has allegedly had inappropriate sexual encounters with the following women:
Elizabeth Ward Gracen
Dolly Kyle Browning
Elizabeth Ward Gracen
Sandra Allen James
A timeline of sexual abuse charges against Bill Cosby can be found at the second link below.
Both Bill Clinton and Bill Cosby are sexual predators. The one big difference between Cosby and Clinton:
Bill Cosby is now being vilified for his rapes and inappropriate sexual behavior.
Bill Clinton has always been celebrated despite his rapes and inappropriate sexual behavior.
The Politico report is titled No Kleenex in Tinseltown:
In the land of swimming pools and movie stars—and one of the Democratic Party’s most reliable A.T.M.s—the reaction of Hollywood’s big donors to the party’s crushing midterm losses has been a kind of Kubler-Ross progression of grief, with denial giving way not just to depression but a grim determination to give even more money to hold onto the White House in 2016.
Hollywood liberal fat-cats gave or raised millions of dollars to Democratic candidates in the last midterm electoral cycle, with entertainment figures like DreamWorks Animation’s c.e.o. Jeffrey Katzenberg leading the way.
Katzenberg beat the bushes for Democratic candidates across the country, making a particular push for the failed Kentucky Senate campaign of Alison Lundergan Grimes—calling prospective donors early on a Sunday morning, one of them recalled, to make sure they had maxed out in giving to her campaign.
As we all know Alison Lundergan Grimes lopsided loss was an embarrassment as she was no match for the Senate minority leader - soon to be Senate Majority Leader.
Liberal Hollywood donors are now hiding behind the “midterms are tougher for the Democrats” excuse for Democrat losses.
This midterm was more than just ‘tough' on Democrats. It was brutal at all levels.
A longtime California Democratic activist now serving in the Obama administration said, “From what I can tell, most people are licking their wounds by getting ready for Hillary.”
However, by the time Hillary takes office, IF she is elected, she will be a 70-year-old politician with a lot of baggage. Is she really the person they will place their bets on two years from now?
Emmy-winning actress and singer Polly Bergen (pictured) died Saturday at the age of 84.
Bergen died at her home in Southbury, Connecticut, surrounded by family and close friends, publicist Judy Katz said. She had battled emphysema and other ailments in the late 1990s, a result of 50 years of smoking.
A brunette beauty with a warm, sultry singing voice, Bergen was a household name from her 20s onward.
She made albums and played leading roles in films, stage musicals and TV dramas. She also hosted her own variety series, was a popular game show panelist, and founded a thriving beauty products company that bore her name.
Joan Rivers, the raucous, acid-tongued comedian who crashed the male-dominated realm of late-night talk shows and turned Hollywood red carpets into danger zones for badly dressed celebrities, died Thursday.