Katy Perry took part in a hilarious press conference in Arizona yesterday, during which she discussed her upcoming Super Bowl halftime show, poked fun at “Deflategate,” and borrowed a phrase from Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch. In addition to wearing a two-piece ensemble covered with images of footballs, Perry told the media that “nothing in [her] performance will be deflated” and confirmed that she will be rooting for the Seahawks because she is close friends with the team’s quarterback Russell Wilson. When reporters further pressed the pop star about her relationship with Wilson -- and asked whether she “has her eye on anyone” this weekend -- Perry explained, “I’m just here so I don’t get fined.”
Jimmy Kimmel Live will heat things up this February by introducing "Mash Up Mondays." According to Rolling Stone, the show will skip its usual musical performances on Mondays and shake things up by bringing two artists together on stage at once. The segment will begin on February 2 with "Wee-Z Top," aka Weezer and ZZ Top, followed by Haim and Morris Day and the Time on February 9, and Aloe Blacc and Blackstreet on February 16. The mashers for the fourth and final week have yet to be announced.
The Loft is a psychological thriller starring Karl Urban and James Marsden about five friends who secretly share a penthouse loft in the city where they indulge in their deepest fantasies. But the fantasy becomes a nightmare when they discover the dead body of an unknown woman in the loft, and they realize one of the group must be involved. Rated R
Black or White stars Kevin Costner as a grandfather who is suddenly left to care for his beloved granddaughter. But when her paternal grandmother, played by Octavia Spencer, seeks custody with the help of her brother, played by Anthony Mackie, the little girl is torn between two families who love her deeply. Rated PG-13
FRIDAY, JANUARY 30
Shark Tank on ABC (Almond water beverage line; eco-friendly pizza box; real estate investing business; cell phone sanitization solution; an update on photo-saving product Groovebook)
Undercover Boss on CBS (Stella & Dot CEO Jessica Herrin goes under cover to find the real gems working in her company -- and learns one employee's true feelings about corporate management)
Glee on Fox (Sue tries to mend relationships; Kitty helps Rachel with her set list for the invitational; Sam recruits a new glee club member)
Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Filmmaker Laura Poitras; filmmaker Mel Brooks; Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-Texas); journalist Katty Kay; journalist Monica Mehta)
NASCAR Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on NBC Sports
NASCAR Gridiron Challenge on NBC Sports (Six NASCAR drivers are paired with six former NFL greats in a series of stock car races and a football challenge)
Super Bowl Blitz: A Concert for the Troops on VH1 (From the Luke Air Force Base in Glendale, Ariz.; a pregame party for fans; performers include Fall Out Boy and Charli XCX)
David Letterman: Brian Kiley, Ben Howard
Jimmy Fallon: Don Cheadle, Kate Bosworth, Lecrae (R 1/9/15)
Jimmy Kimmel: Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Omar Epps, Steel Panther (R 1/14/15)
Late Late Show: Ben Schwartz, Eric Andre, Beth Stern, Death Cab for Cutie, guest host Adam Pally
Seth Meyers: Lauren Graham, Rainn Wilson, Brian Michael Bendis (R 1/20/15)
SATURDAY, JANUARY 31
NFL Honors on NBC (Honoring the best athletes and performances of the 2014 season)
Saturday Night Live on NBC (Fan favorite sports-themed sketches; Seth Meyers hosts)
HBO New Movie of the Week: Non-Stop ... Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore. During a flight from New York to London, a federal air marshal receives a series of text messages informing him that a passenger will be killed every 20 minutes until the airline transfers $150 million to an offshore account.
Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host J.K. Simmons; D'Angelo and the Vanguard perform)
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1
Super Bowl XLIX on NBC (New England Patriots vs. Seattle Seahawks)
Puppy Bowl XI on Animal Planet (America votes on which puppy will take home this year's Puppy Bowl trophy)
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on NBC (Actors Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart; Ariana Grande performs with The Roots.)
Justin Bieber followed-up his pre-taped appearance on The Ellen Show yesterday by posting a video in which he apologized to his fans for being “arrogant and conceited” over the last year and a half. In the video, Bieber explains, “So today, I was on Ellen and it was a lot of fun…but I was really nervous because I’m just, I was afraid of what people are thinking about me right now.” He went on to explain that he was hesitant to appear on the show because he didn’t want to come across as “arrogant or conceited” and is working on being more honest about who he is. “I really want people to know how much I care, how much I care about people,” he continued. “And how I’m not that person to say ‘I don’t give a f**k,’ you know? I’m not that kid.” Bieber's visit will air on today's episode of The Ellen Show.
Tom Petty has been given a songwriting credit for Sam Smith's hit song "Stay With Me" -- but he won't be collecting a Grammy if the tune wins best song. Despite Petty and collaborator Jeff Lynne being added to the song credits thanks to similarities between "Stay With Me" and the Petty song "I Won't Back Down," they didn't add anything new to Smith's song and therefore aren't nominees, the Recording Academy's Bill Freimuth told CNN.
PRIME TIME TV
Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Meredith keeps herself busy while Derek prepares for his move; Jackson and April get difficult news; Arizona and Amelia talk about how best to approach Dr. Herman)
Scandal on ABC (Olivia's point of view reveals what happened when Jake left the room, and more details of her disappearance)
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Sheldon asks his friends to challenge him in hope of achieving a scientific breakthrough; Wolowitz invents a game about Raj)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (Walden worries that Louis' adoption will be impacted when Alan breaks up with their social worker in order to get back together with Lyndsey)
The Biggest Loser on NBC (Live Finale ... Contestants from this season reunite and reveal how much weight they've lost; the at-home winner is revealed; the grand-prize winner is announced)
American Idol on Fox (Another round of hopefuls try to impress the judges as auditions continue)
The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Luke and Liv try to talk their father into letting Jo and Kai take their place in the merge ceremony; when Caroline's plan takes a heartbreaking turn, Jo tries to save Sheriff Forbes)
Project Runway All Stars on Lifetime (The designers must use Marchesa's showroom as inspiration to create bridesmaids' dresses for a wedding ceremony on the runway)
WWE SmackDown! on SyFy (A very rare casket match: Kane vs. Daniel Bryan)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: John Oliver, Mayim Bialik, Death Cab for Cutie
Jimmy Fallon: Josh Hutcherson, Tracey Ullman, Echosmith (R 11/13/14)
Jimmy Kimmel: Kerry Washington, Dave Salmoni, Ne-Yo
Late Late Show: Alan Cumming, Alison Brie, Joanne Froggatt, OK Go, guest host Whitney Cummings
Seth Meyers: Kristen Stewart, Andrew Rannells, Phoebe Robinson (R 1/12/15)
Daily Show: Sarah Chayes
Conan O'Brien: Simon Helberg, Tanishq Abraham, George Ezra
The hacking outfit known as Lizard Squad briefly took over Taylor Swift's Twitter account yesterday, sending out a couple of tweets which urged people to follow other accounts. Shortly after reclaiming her account, Swift tweeted, "Cause the hackers gonna hack, hack, hack, hack ,hack..." As for the hackers' threat to leak nude photos of the "Shake It Off" singer, who'd been vacationing in Hawaii with the girl-group Haim, Swift asserted, "Any hackers saying they have 'nudes'? Psssh you'd love that wouldn't you! Have fun photoshopping cause you got NOTHING."
After months of speculation, it was announced yesterday that Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy will lead the cast of the all-new, all-female Ghostbusters reboot. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Wiig and McCarthy will be joined in by current Saturday Night Live stars Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones in the film, which is being directed by Bridesmaids director Paul Feig. While negotiations are ongoing, Feig tweeted the cast news yesterday and also shared that the film is set for release on July 22, 2016. The original version of the films starred Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, and Bill Murray as the ghost-chasing foursome.
The Mentalist on CBS (Jane comes up with a risky plan when Abbott's life and career are threatened by his former boss, Agent Peterson)
American Idol on Fox (Another round of hopefuls try to impress the judges as auditions continue)
Empire on Fox (Lucious tries to steal a major artist from his rival; Jamal works on composing original music; Cookie works on her relationship with Hakeem)
Duck Dynasty on A&E (Lil' Will's football team challenges assistant coach Willie and the adults to a scrimmage; Jep and Si join Kay for a water aerobics class at a local health club)
Wahlburgers on A&E (Donnie and Paul visit the site of their new restaurant in Las Vegas and try their luck at the casinos; Mark and his look-alike nephew bet on a basketball game between Nacho and his doppelganger)
Donnie Loves Jenny on A&E (Jenny pushes Donnie to take better care of his health after Macky gets a scare at his annual prostate exam)
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia on FXX (Pete is released from the mental hospital; Dee and Dennis try to have him recommitted while Mac and Charlie try to pull him back into his hard-partying form)
Snooki & JWOWW on MTV (Things get crazy for Snooki and Jionni when they travel to Miami for their bachelor and bachelorette parties)
My Strange Addiction on TLC (Kyle only dates women over the age of 65 and Adam is obsessed with becoming Madonna)
Hot in Cleveland on TV Land (When Bob helps Joy's grandson deal with a bully, Joy views him in a new light; Melanie is inspired to reconnect with a woman from her past; Victoria tries to keep pace with her younger boyfriend)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Viola Davis, Ben Schwartz, Marty Stuart
Jimmy Fallon: Martin Short, Gabrielle Union, Mary J. Blige (R 12/1/14)
Jimmy Kimmel: David Beckham, Elle Macpherson, Vance Joy
Late Late Show: Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs, Rhea Seehorn, Bridget Everett, guest host Whitney Cummings
Seth Meyers: Kristin Chenoweth, Casey Wilson, Brandy Clark (R 1/7/15)
Not everybody wants to be Mrs. McDreamy. Patrick Dempsey's wife Jillian Fink has filed for divorce from the Grey's Anatomy star after 15 years of marriage. "It is with careful consideration and mutual respect that we have decided to end our marriage," the couple said in a joint statement. "Our primary concern remains the well-being of our children, and we ask with profound gratitude that you respect our family's privacy at this very sensitive time." According to TMZ, Fink filed the papers citing irreconcilable differences and is seeking joint custody of their 12-year-old daughter and their 7-year-old twins. She is also seeking spousal and child support. She could get a big payout; Dempsey is worth about $40 million and the couple do not have a prenup.
The Bachelor on ABC
Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials 2015 on CBS (Boomer Esiason and Katharine McPhee host a countdown of the best ``old school'' and ``new school'' Super Bowl commercials)
The Celebrity Apprentice on NBC (Each team must plan and host an original boat tour of New York, with the guests choosing the winner; an empty platform stage must be turned into a 3-D environment featuring resort amenities)
Gotham on Fox (Gordon suspects an inside job when a homicide witness being held for questioning ends up dead; Cobblepot gives Fish Mooney a taste of her own medicine)
Fashion Police on E! (The 2015 SAG Awards ... Hosts Kathy Griffin, Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne, and Brad Goreski break go through celebrity fashion, and highlight the good and bad moments from fashion's biggest nights)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (Who won the Royal Rumble Match and will headline WrestleMania?)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: John Oliver, the Lone Bellow
Jimmy Fallon: Bradley Cooper, Harry Connick Jr., Big K.R.I.T. featuring Raphael Saadiq (R 1/5/15)
Jimmy Kimmel: Channing Tatum, J.J. Watt, ZZ Top
Late Late Show: Martin Short, Tony Danza, Alan Alda, Susan Sarandon, guest host Regis Philbin
Seth Meyers: Jessica Lange, Molly Sims, Men in Blazers, Maya Rudolph (R 1/6/15)
Daily Show: Julian Castro
Conan O'Brien: Amanda Peet, Ellar Coltrane, Jukebox the Ghost
Watch What Happens Live: Kristin Chenoweth, Tom Sandoval
Lady Gaga has spurned rumors that she’ll appear on Adele’s next album by posting an shot on Instagram that shows the two ladies hanging out. Billboard reports that Gaga posted an image on Thursday that shows her hanging out with a grinning Adele. She captioned the photo, "Nothing like a Wednesday night bro-down with the beautiful Adele.” Here’s to hoping “bro-down” means “making sweet music in the studio” in this situation
Jennifer Lopez leads the cast of The Boy Next Door, a psychological thriller that explores a forbidden attraction between a teacher and her younger next door neighbor that goes much too far. Directed by Rob Cohen, the film also stars Ryan Guzman, John Corbett and Kristin Chenoweth. Rated R
Based on The Mortdecai Trilogy book series, Mortdecai stars Johnny Depp as art dealer Charlie Mortdecai. Struggling to support his lavish lifestyle, Mortdecai accepts a job from his old friend Alistair Maitland, played by Ewan McGregor, to find a stolen Goya painting. Things become more complicated for Mortdecai when an American heiress and revolutionary all set out to find the painting, which is rumored to contain the code to a bank account filled with Nazi gold. Gwyneth Paltrow, Olivia Munn, Jeff Goldblum, and Paul Bethany also star. Rated R
Undercover Boss on CBS (The Rocket Fizz Soda Pop and Candy Shops President Robert Powells makes a discovery about his inventory system while under cover)
World's Funniest Fails on Fox (A celebrity panel views popular videos, featuring epic fails)
Glee on Fox (Rachel hopes to form a deal in which Will's glee club purposefully underperforms at their invitational; Sue wants Sam to distract Rachel)
Winter X Games on ESPN (Snowboard big air, final; snowmobile long jump, final. From Aspen, Colorado)
Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Journalist James Fallows; comic Bill Burr; founder of Democracy for America Howard Dean; journalist Nia-Malika Henderson; journalist Bret Stephens)
King of the Nerds on TBS (PREMIERE ... Twelve new nerds make their way to Nerdvana to compete for $100,000; they must create Rube Goldberg devices and go into the world of Steampunk and Anime; the first two nerds face elimination)
UFC Fight Night on Fox (Sam Sicilia vs. Akira Corassani; Ryan Bader vs. Phil Davis; Gegard Mousasi vs. Dan Henderson; Alexander Gustafsson vs. Anthony Johnson. From Stockholm, Sweden)
Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host and musical guest Blake Shelton)
HBO New Movie of the Week: 300: Rise of an Empire ... Greek Gen. Themistocles leads the charge to fight invading Persian forces led by the god Xerxes -- once a mortal -- and Artemisia. Based on the graphic novel ``Xerxes'' by Frank Miller.
Undercover Boss on CBS (Forman Mills Inc. CEO Rick Forman finds defects in his organization -- and exasperates employees -- while he is under cover)
The 63rd Annual Miss Universe Pageant on NBC (Women vie for the crown in the annual pageant; Nick Jonas and Prince Royce perform; Natalie Morales and Thomas Roberts host)
The Simpsons on Fox (Homer and his new friend, an inventor named Elon Musk, revolutionize Springfield's nuclear plant; Mr. Burns wants to get rid of Musk after the inventor goes too far)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine on NBC (When Sophia's relationship with Jake conflicts with her job, Jake tries to make things right with her boss (Chris Parnell); Wuntch (Kyra Sedgwick) asks Holt for help)
Family Guy on Fox (Meg is happy when she is asked to be a model but finds the job isn't what she was expecting; when Stewie decides he wants to experience life outside of preschool, Brian tags along)
Total Divas on E! (Ariane goes behind Eva's back and gets together with Jonathan to confront Eva Marie about a major issue; Brie is afraid of retaliation after her house is broken into; Paige faces the consequences of sending mixed signals)
21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on TBS (Actors honor their peers in the annual ceremony at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center)
Life & Style is reporting that Kylie Jenner has dropped out of high school. "Kylie quit homeschool a few months ago," a family insider reveals. "She told her mom is was getting in the way of her career, and that she wanted to focus her energies on building her personal brand and making money." Not surprisingly, the 17-year-old's momager Kris Jenner gave the decision a thumbs-up and is allegedly encouraging Kylie to post more sexy selfies. (Move over, Kim Kardashian.) Meanwhile, the reality star's dad Bruce Jenner is reportedly very pissed off. On a side note, Kylie is dating 25-year-old rapper Tyga. We don't see any of this ending well.
Katy Perry just proved how big of a fan girl she is by donating $5,000 to the Kickstarter campaign for TLC’s final album. "A BIG Special THANK YOU 2 @katyperry for her pledge to our #Kickstarter Campaign!" TLC’s Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins wrote on Twitter. "Your [sic] awesome!" Perry’s donation came a day after TLC announced they would be hitting the road with New Kids on the Block next summer. To date, TLC has already raised more than $122,000 for the project and are hoping to raise $28,000 more.
It was announced yesterday that Pharrell Williams, Sam Smith, Usher, and Miranda Lambert are the most recent artists to join the lineup of performers at this year’s Grammy Awards. Grammy producers also revealed on Tuesday that Common and John Legend have been booked to perform “Glory,” their Oscar-nominated, Golden Globe-winning song from Selma, during the Grammys broadcast. The show's previously announced list of performers include Madonna, Ed Sheeran, Eric Church, and AC/DC; Ariana Grande will also perform on the show for the first time.
PRIME TIME TV
The Taste on ABC (The mentors give the final five cooks their final challenge -- to create dishes with two opposite ideas and culinary concepts)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (When Walden joins a support group for adoptive fathers, he discovers that it is a nice getaway from Alan)
The Biggest Loser on NBC (Guest trainer Jenna Wolfe leads a ``no excuses'' workout; the contestants look at how far they've come; a contestant is eliminated)
American Idol on Fox (The auditions continue as more vocalists try to impress the judges in hope of making it to the next round)
The Vampire Diaries on The CW (As Kai learns how to control his magic, he holds Elena captive; Caroline and Stefan go to North Carolina in search of a cure for Sheriff Forbes; Damon realizes Elena has been kidnapped)
Project Runway All Stars on Lifetime (Alyssa and the judges take over Times Square to educate the designers in the business of fashion for a QVC separates challenge)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Jeff Goldblum, Michael Somerville, Nicole Atkins (R 1/9/15)
Jimmy Fallon: Blake Shelton, Bob Costas, Motley Crue
Jimmy Kimmel: Edward Norton, Al Michaels, the Decemberists
Late Late Show: Adam Sandler, Lena Dunham, Maria Bamford, guest host Judd Apatow
Seth Meyers: Felicity Jones, Sebastian Maniscalco
Daily Show: Jennifer Aniston
Conan O'Brien: Ron Howard, Regina Hall, Rae Sremmurd
It's hard being Kim Kardashian. In a new interview with Closer magazine, the 34-year-old reality star complains about her busy work schedule (seriously) and her lack of privacy. "There are definitely times when you just want the day off," she says. "Kanye [West] always says that if we could just have a Sunday off together, it would be a great compromise. If we could just find a way to work that out each week.” Kim also wishes there weren't so many unflattering photos of her out there. "There are moments I wish the paparazzi hadn’t caught me, particularly when I was pregnant and looked fat," she admits. #Firstworldproblems
Are you tired of being single? Congratulations, there's an app for that. For a one-time fee of $24.99, Invisible Boyfriend (or Invisible Girlfriend) will convince everyone that you are in a relationship. You will receive 100 texts (sent in real time), 10 voicemails and even a handwritten note from your "significant other." You will also get photos of you and your fake partner to share with your friends and family. In the future, the app's developers say that they plan on expanding their services to include romantic gestures like sending flowers and small gifts.
Justin Bieber will be the star of an upcoming roast on Comedy Central. Ryan Seacrest broke the news on Twitter yesterday, writing, "Yes, I got confirmation. Justin Bieber is getting roasted by Comedy Central in March... love u Justin but it's time lol #BieberRoast." According to an Us Weekly insider, the special is scheduled to be taped on March 7, and Bieber will be present for the event. In fact, he's apparently been dying to get roasted. "Justin has been asking us for years to roast him," a Comedy Central executive says. "So we kept telling him to create more material, and we're thrilled he listened." Clearly, the Biebs has a funny bone: In response to being lampooned on Saturday Night Live over the weekend, Bieber tweeted, "Well played, lol."
The Mentalist on CBS (As the team members try to protect a murder witness from a skilled assassin, Jane fears for Lisbon's safety)
Chicago PD on NBC (Ruzek's father (Jack Coleman) is first on the scene of a double murder; Lindsay prepares for an undercover investigation in Bolivia; Roman and Burgess try to move forward)
American Idol on Fox (Another round of vocalists audition for the judges in hope of making it to the next round)
Empire on Fox (The Lyons go to Philadelphia, where they see what their lives could have been like if Lucious hadn't been successful; another woman causes tension between Hakeem and hip-hop star Tianna)
Duck Dynasty on A&E (The guys decide to renovate Jep's old chicken coop; Uncle Si acts strangely on a fishing trip after he drinks too much expired soda)
Wahlburgers on A&E (Hockey legend Bobby Orr joins Paul and Jim for a special round of golf; Donnie goes house hunting with Alma; Mark, Drama, Brandon and Nacho try to think of the perfect nickname for Kari)
Donnie Loves Jenny on A&E (Donnie and Jenny offer to assist when Jenny's single father, Macky, prepares for his first date in a long time)
American Horror Story: Freak Show on FX (The freaks rebel against new management; Dandy prepares for his debut performance; Elsa arrives in Tinseltown)
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia on FXX (In an effort to expand their matchmaking possibilities, Dee, Dennis, Mac, Charlie and Frank dive into the online dating scene)
2015 Pro Bowl Draft on NFL Net
My Strange Addiction on TLC (A woman who drinks air freshener every day and a person obsessed with having the world's longest neck)
David Letterman: Jason Sudeikis, Allison Janney, Damien Rice (R 11/17/14)
Jimmy Fallon: Jennifer Aniston, Bill Gates, Mario Batali
Jimmy Kimmel: Ewan McGregor, Lea Michele, Tess Henley
Late Late Show: Adam Goldberg, Dave Koechner, Justin Willman, guest host Jim Gaffigan
Seth Meyers: Jennifer Lopez, Nick Kroll, Lupe Fiasco
Daily Show: Anne Hathaway
Conan O'Brien: Evan Rachel Wood, Jason Ritter, Belle & Sebastian
Watch What Happens Live: Julianne Moore, Jonathan Groff
U.K. newspaper The Daily Mirror reports that Britney Spears is "devastated" after finding out that her ex-boyfriend was killed in a recent Taliban attack in Afghanistan. John Sundahl, a helicopter pilot, was transporting officials when a missile hit his aircraft and killed him. He was 44. Spears and Sundahl met at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in Los Angeles back in 2007 and briefly dated. He reportedly helped her during her highly-publicized meltdown and kept her from falling off the bandwagon again. "John was still good friends with Britney, he talked to her regularly," Sundahl's brother Karl said. "They dated for a while, but always kept in touch afterwards. She thought he was a lovely man.
TLC’s surviving members T-Boz and Chilli announced yesterday that they are launching a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to finance their fifth album, which they also claim will be their last. Their goal is to raise $150,000 by February 19. "While major labels offer artists multimillion-dollar recording and marketing budgets, they don't often give artists complete control of their own music," TLC wrote on its Kickstarter page. "It is ESSENTIAL that we create our final album completely on our own terms, without any restrictions, with YOU." The project is also rumored to include a song that was originally intended for Lady Gaga. “It turned out really good,” Chilli told TIME about the track, which they recorded with producer Dallas Austin. “I don’t know [if it will make the album]. We definitely won’t throw it away.”
Weird Al Yankovic has announced that he is hitting the road in support of his latest album Mandatory Fun. Pitchfork reports that the Mandatory Tour will kick off with five dates in Las Vegas beginning on May 12. The tour will also include stops in cities including Nashville, Boston, Atlanta, and Chicago before heading north for a handful of dates in Ontario and Nova Scotia in July. The tour will then return to the states for a run of dates before jumping to Europe next fall. It will wrap up in Dublin, Ireland, on October 6. He is coming to KY!
06-24 Louisville, KY - Palace Theatre
07-07 Bowling Green, KY - Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center
White Bird in a Blizzard, Annabelle, The Zero Theorem, Lucy, Life's a Breeze, The Drop, Rudderless, The Mule and By the Gun are all out on DVD today
State of the Union 2015 on all nets in the U.S. (The president's speech describes the current condition of the country to the American people)
Parks and Recreation on NBC (Leslie works to strengthen her case for the land being turned into a park; Ron brings in a celebrity as a minority owner; Leslie and Ron try to come to an agreement)
MasterChef on Fox (The 12 remaining cooks are faced with a giant mystery box challenge; the cooks work with a dangerous protein)
The Flash on The CW (Leonard Snart returns to Central City with a new partner, a plan to steal a multi-million dollar painting -- and to abduct someone close to Barry; Iris deals with Barry's confession)
REAL Sports With Bryant Gumbel on HBO (Interviews with members of the 1985 Chicago Bears team; interview with NFL analyst Cris Collinsworth; former NBA star Stephon Marbury enjoys success with the Chinese Basketball Association; interview with college football coach Urban Meyer)
Dance Moms on Lifetime (Maddie heads to Los Angeles for an exciting new opportunity; the mothers question Abby's dedication to this week's routines since her favorite dancer is gone; Abby calls in JoJo as a substitute for Maddie)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Julianne Moore, Marv Albert, a Top Ten List presented by Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz & Craig Biggio, Catfish & the Bottlemen (R 1/7/15)
Jimmy Fallon: Jude Law, Keri Russell, Fall Out Boy
Jimmy Kimmel: Eric Stonestreet, Stephen Amell, Logic
Late Late Show: Sarah Silverman, Kumail Nanjiani, Wolfgang Puck, guest host Jim Gaffigan
Seth Meyers: Lauren Graham, Rainn Wilson, Brian Michael Bendis
Daily Show: Jennifer Lopez
Conan O'Brien: Olivia Munn, Dean Norris, Sleater-Kinney
Watch What Happens Live: Kyle Richards, Elle Macpherson
Video has gone viral of a bald and burly Delaware police officer lip-syncing to Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off." The hilarious clip, posted on the Dover Police Department's Facebook page on Friday, shows Officer Jeff Davis getting super into the song but putting on a serious expression whenever he drives by members of the public. "While reviewing dash cam footage, we come across some interesting sights to say the least," the department wrote about the video. "We hope you enjoy this and Taylor Swift, if you're watching... we're sorry." Taylor responded by tweeting "LOLOLOLOL THE SASS" and sharing the video on Twitter. According to a department spokesperson, Davis is a 48-year-old father of four who knows all the words to "Shake It Off" because of his 10-year-old daughter.
A Mean Girls iPhone game is coming soon from So Much Drama! Studios, the company responsible for creating RuPaul's Drag Race: Dragopolis. The game will allow you to play as Cady, Regina or several other characters. The goal? To keep the younger girls from taking control of the school. You will navigate levels such as You Can't Sit With Us, Social Suicide and She Doesn't Even Go Here, gathering protein bars and tiara pieces in order to increase your popularity. Best of all, the game incorporates a Burn Book so that you can brag about your high score to your frenemies.
Nick Cannon is officially ready to be Mariah Carey's ex-husband. TMZ reports that Cannon actually became the first of the two to file divorce papers last month, quietly filing on December 12. The timing is noteworthy because the week before, Carey allegedly spent three hours on the phone with her lawyers hashing out the terms of a divorce settlement, missing her taping at Rockefeller Center for NBC's tree-lighting special. The December filing also means Cannon won't be entitled to any of Carey's earnings form her upcoming Las Vegas residency. The pair first announced their split about six months ago.
The Bachelor on ABC (Jimmy Kimmel guest hosts and tries to help guide Chris' search for love; Chris and Whitney crash a wedding while on their date; a bachelorette has a meltdown)
Mike & Molly on ABC (When Samuel receives a letter from his parents saying they are having financial issues, he considers moving back to Africa)
The Celebrity Apprentice on NBC (Joan Rivers serves as a boardroom adviser as the teams build shoe boutiques inside a media truck for an outdoor marketing event; after a celebrity is sent home, the remaining competitors must make a promotional video)
Gotham on Fox (In hope of getting his job back, Gordon tries to apprehend a deranged genius named Jack Gruber who escaped from Arkham Asylum; Falcone struggles to keep his empire intact)
Fashion Police on E! (The Fashion Police analyze the most talked about celebrity fashions of the week; No one is safe in Hollywood when Kathy Griffin, Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne, and Brad Goreski let loose; one unfortunate celeb is thrown into the style slammer)
WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (A RAW Reunion - starring Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair, Scott Hall, Hulk Hogan and many other WWE Legends)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Kathy Griffin, David Oyelowo, Lera Lynn (R 1/5/15)
Jimmy Fallon: Jennifer Lopez, Anthony Mackie, Iliza Shlesinger
Jimmy Kimmel: Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer, Bad Suns
Late Late Show: Michael Ian Black, Ashley Williams, guest host Jim Gaffigan
Seth Meyers: Don Cheadle, Ruth Wilson, Night Terrors of 1927
Daily Show: Mike Huckabee
Conan O'Brien: Rob Lowe, Jay Baruchel, Alingon Mitra
"The Grand Budapest Hotel"
"The Imitation Game"
"The Theory of Everything"
Richard Linklater, "Boyhood"
Alejandro González Iñárritu, "Birdman"
Wes Anderson, "The Grand Budapest Hotel"
Morten Tyldum, "The Imitation Game"
Bennett Miller, "Foxcatcher"
Marion Cotillard, "Two Days, One Night"
Julianne Moore, "Still Alice"
Reese Witherspoon, "Wild"
Felicity Jones, "The Theory of Everything"
Rosamund Pike, "Gone Girl"
Steve Carell, "Foxcatcher"
Michael Keaton, "Birdman"
Eddie Redmayne, "The Theory of Everything"
Benedict Cumberbatch, "The Imitation Game"
Bradley Cooper, "American Sniper"
Best Supporting Actress
Patricia Arquette, "Boyhood"
Laura Dern, “Wild”
Keira Knightley, "The Imitation Game"
Emma Stone, "Birdman"
Meryl Streep, "Into the Woods"
Best Supporting Actor
Robert Duvall, "The Judge"
Ethan Hawke, "Boyhood"
Edward Norton, "Birdman"
Mark Ruffalo, "Foxcatcher"
J.K. Simmons, "Whiplash"
Best Animated Feature
"Big Hero 6"
"How to Train Your Dragon 2"
"Song of the Sea"
"The Tale of Princess Kaguya"
Emmanuel Lubezki, "Birdman"
Dick Pope, "Mr. Turner"
Robert D. Yeoman, "The Grand Budapest Hotel"
Ryszard Lenczewski and Lukasz Zal, "Ida"
Roger Deakins, "Unbroken"
Best Costume Design
Colleen Atwood, "Into the Woods"
Anna B. Sheppard, "Maleficent"
Milena Canonero, "The Grand Budapest Hotel"
Jacqueline Durran, "Mr. Turner"
Mark Bridges, "Inherent Vice"
Best Makeup and Hairstyling
"Guardians of the Galaxy"
"The Grand Budapest Hotel"
Best Visual Effects
"Dawn of the Planet of the Apes"
"Guardians of the Galaxy"
"X-Men: Days of Future Past"
"Captain America: The Winter Soldier"
Neil Patrick Harris will host the Oscars on ABC on February 22nd
A Los Angeles judge has revoked Chris Brown’s probation after the singer traveled without approval for a concert and failed to complete his required community service on time. Billboard reports that Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin made the decision about Brown’s probation yesterday, but allowed the singer to stay out of jail at least until a March 20 hearing. Brown was ordered by probation officials to stay in Los Angeles for the month of December as part of the probation he was given in relation to his assault on Rihanna. He broke probation by performing in San Jose. Brown’s attorney Mark Geragos has since said that his office incorrectly advised Brown that he didn't need permission to travel for the show.
Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper stars Bradley Copper as Chris Kyle, the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history, as he saves countless lives during a tour in Iraq. But as reputation grows behind enemy lines , a price is put on his head and a toll is put on his family at home. Rated R
Based on the beloved novels by Michael Bond, Paddington tells the story of the comic misadventures of a young Peruvian bear -- voiced by Ben Wishaw -- who travels to the city in search of a home. But things become more complicated for the talking bear when he catches the eye of an evil museum taxidermist played by Nicole Kidman. Rated PG
The Wedding Ringer stars Josh Gad as Doug Harris, a loveable but awkward groom-to-be whose biggest problem is not having a best man. With less than two weeks to go until he marries the girl of his dreams, played by Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Doug is referred to Jimmy Callahan. Played by Kevin Hart, Callahan is the owner and CEO of Best Man, Inc. -- a company that provides best man services for socially-challenged guys in need. Rated R
FRIDAY, JANUARY 16
PRIME TIME TV
Shark Tank on ABC (An elegant lighting solution; wearable sleep technology; a food bar for dogs; actor Dean Cain and MMA fighter Uriah Faber help pitch custom-tailored suits)
Undercover Boss on CBS (After a 25-year break from working as a chauffeur, EmpireCLS CEO David Seelinger goes under cover to see if his business is running smoothly)
World's Funniest Fails on Fox (PREMIERE ... A celebrity panel, featuring Erik Griffin, Jessimae Peluso and Josh Wolf, analyzes videos featuring epic fails)
Glee on Fox (Kurt and Rachel are faced with struggles as they try to rebuild and co-direct the glee club; Becky brings her new boyfriend to town, leaving Sue feeling concerned)
Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Surgeon Atul Gawande; filmmaker Kathryn Bigelow; journalist Josh Barro; actor Josh Gad; author Wes Moore)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Johnny Beehner, Ella Henderson
Jimmy Fallon: Brian Williams, Victoria Justice, Joshua Topolsky
Jimmy Kimmel: Rerun TBA
Late Late Show: George Lopez, Gavin DeGraw, Linda Perry, guest co-hosts Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood & Aisha Tyler
Seth Meyers: Anna Kendrick, Timothy Spall, Martha Stewart (R 1/5/15)
The View: Guest co-host Barbara Walters
The Talk: Jesse L. Martin, Tom Colicchio
SATURDAY, JANUARY 17
Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Kevin Hart; Sia performs.)
Lifetime Movie: Whitney ... (Singer Whitney Houston skyrockets to fame and has a tumultuous marriage with fellow entertainer Bobby Brown.)
Bobby Brown: Remembering Whitney on Lifetime (In an interview with the singer, he reveals the real story of his tumultuous relationship with Whitney Houston)
HBO New Movie of the Week: Blended ... Starring: Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Joel McHale, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Kevin Nealon. Soon after their blind date goes disastrously wrong, two single parents and their children end up sharing a suite together at an African resort.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 18
NFC Championship: Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks on Fox at 3 pm ET
AFC Championship: Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots on CBS at 6:30 pm ET
Whitney: Beyond the Headlines on Lifetime (Friends and colleagues reflect on the life and career of singer Whitney Houston)