Posted Sunday 3/18/18 at 3:44AM EDT
NBC renews the Will & Grace revival for Season 3
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Technically, Will & Grace has been picked up for an 11th season to run in the 2019-2020 season. But NBC's official announcement, made at PaleyFest, emphasized that it's a "Season Three" pickup. NBC also announced that Season 2 will expand from 16 to 18 episodes. This is the second time that NBC has given the Will & Grace revival an early renewal, likely due to the busy schedules of the cast. Season 2 of the revival was ordered nearly two months before Season 1 premiered. Will & Grace has averaged about 9.8 million viewers so far this season.
The Roots' SXSW concert abruptly canceled by a bomb threat
A bomb threat received by email prompted the shutdown of The Roots concert due to "a security concern." Reacting to the news, Questlove said in a since-deleted Instagram story: "Welp. It’s 2018. Show cancelled. These are the times we now live in.”
Anthony Scaramucci says he's turned down multiple reality TV offiers, and Jon Stewart
“I have been offered more than one reality show,” the former Trump White House staffer tells The Wrap. “I’ve said no to all of them.” Scaramucci says he didn't want to repeat the mistake Sean Spicer made at the Emmys. "I think Jon Stewart wanted me to wear a chicken suit or something like that at some fundraising event and I was like, ‘ok, that’s not me,'" he says. “I’m not wearing a chicken suit, you know, I think that’s like what the left likes to do with people that support Trump is they want to dehumanize you.”
Chadwick Boseman and Cardi B booked for their SNL debuts
The Black Panther star will host Saturday Night Live on April 7, joined by rapper Cardi B, who is also performing for the first time on the Studio 8H stage.
British driver presented cops with a Homer Simpson driver's license
Source: The Daily Mail
The Thames Valley Police tweeted a picture of the Homer driver's license, which included the iconic character's mug and his signature.
For the People's Britt Robertson: Bachelor Arie Luyendyk Jr. was "kind of like a jerkface" when I met him
“I was hoping he would tell me who he chooses and he did not," Robertson tells The Associated Press of meeting Arie, her fellow ABC star. "Then he was kind of like a jerkface, I’m not gonna lie...He acted like taking a picture with me was just the most painful thing he’s ever done. And I’m literally thinking to myself, ‘bro this is what you signed up for; you’re not an actor, you’re not a director, you’re not creative. You’re here for us to take photos and make fun of you. That’s all you are: a show pony. Marry some girl and make us happy.’”
- NBC renews the Will & Grace revival for Season 3