Critics and Netflix viewers blast 'awful' remake of She's All That


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When was hes all that filmed?

Filming took place at Union Station, Los Angeles, in December 2020. The city was criticized for its decision to close a COVID-19 testing site to accommodate the filmmakers. The decision was reversed and the testing site was able to continue working while the filming took place. wikipedia.orgHe's All That

Everyone’s flipping out over this new Netflix rom-com that shot to #1 on the charts

Yahoo Entertainment 01 September, 2021 - 08:30am

Team USA will look to avenge its 5-1 loss to Canada in the group stage of the tournament.

Date: Aug. 31, 2021

Time: 7:30 p.m. ET

TV: NHL Network

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Since this event began in 1990, the United States and Canada have combined for all 19 championships. In fact, the 2019 final marked the only time that the two didn't meet in the championship game; instead, the United States played Finland for the title.

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Dexerto 01 September, 2021 - 08:30am

Elaine Welteroth is exiting The Talk after one season as a co-host. Deadline reports that the journalist wants to devote attention to other projects. 

The site adds that The Talk hopes to have at least one new co-host in place by the season premier on Sept. 23. That new co-host is expected to be a person of color. 

EPs Heather Gray and Kristin Matthews told Deadline in a statement: 

We wish Elaine all the best. We are grateful for her passion, enthusiasm, and insight she brought to the show daily. Her openness and meaningful conversations were attributes we admired and always appreciated.

Welteroth shared in another statement to Deadline:

It is an absolute honor for anyone, but especially a young Black woman, to occupy space on-air where our perspectives are largely underrepresented. It was gratifying to be able to show up as my authentic self in front of a live national audience every day in a world as divided as ours and to stay true to myself and what I stand for.

I came to The Talk to break out of my own echo chamber and to join a diverse cast in helping to bridge some of the divides in our world through conversation and empathy. I’m proud of how I represented myself and my community. But as I always say: when the music changes, so must your dance! I will miss my talented co-hosts and crew and I wish them the very best. Thanks to all those who tuned in every day. I’m excited to continue these necessary conversations in my wok and to share my upcoming creative projects soon.

He's All That

News24 01 September, 2021 - 08:30am

Alabama lent out a helpful hand to a football program in need as the Crimson Tide opened the doors of its practice facility to the Tulane football team.

The Green Wave shifted its practices to Tuscaloosa due to Hurricane Ida’s movement through the states surrounding the Gulf Coast.

The team’s Twitter account later thanked Alabama for the gesture.

Tulane is slated to play Oklahoma this Saturday, while Alabama will be traveling to Atlanta for the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game against Miami.

I think this is a really, really good team,” Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban said about Miami on Monday. “They’ve got 19 out of 22 starters back from last year’s team that went 8-3. So they’ve got 10 starters back on offense, they’ve got nine starters back on defense. Quarterback King is a really, really good player. They’ve got outstanding skill guys. Two very productive receivers coming back from last year. They’ve got good runners. So this is a really, really good team.

“This is going to be a really challenging game for us on both sides of the ball. They’re good on special teams. Their punter is like No. 2 in the nation last year in net punt or whatever. They’ve got really good team speed. These guys play hard. They’re very aggressive, so it’s going to be a very challenging game for us and it’s a big game for our players to sort of establish the identity of what’s this team going to be? Who are we going to be? It doesn’t matter what we’ve been in the past, it’s all about what we do in this game.”

Patrick Dowd is a Reporter for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via Pat_Dowd77

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Elaine Welteroth Leaving The Talk

That Hashtag Show 31 August, 2021 - 03:43pm

Elaine Welteroth is already done talking. After just one season as a co-host of CBS’ The Talk, Welteroth is vacating her seat on the panel, our sister site Deadline reports.

“We wish Elaine all the best,” the show’s executive producers Heather Gray and Kristin Matthews said in a statement. “We are grateful for her passion, enthusiasm, and insight she brought to the show daily.” Her openness and meaningful conversations were attributes we admired and always appreciated.”

The past few seasons have seen quite a few casting changes for the daytime talk show. Welteroth formally joined in January 2021, alongside fellow newcomer Amanda Kloots, in order to fill the seats recently left vacant by Marie Osmond and Eve. Jerry O’Connell was also brought onto the show as a replacement for Sharon Osborne, who parted ways with the show following her on-air altercation with Sheryl Underwood, who is now the most senior member of the show’s on-air ensemble. (Like we said, a lot has happened.)

According to Deadline, the show’s producers are hoping to have a formal replacement announced for one of the two now-vacant seats — left by Welteroth and Carrie Ann Inaba — when The Talk kicks off its new season on Sept. 13.

Will you miss Welteroth on The TalkDrop a comment with your thoughts on her unexpected departure below.

Seems like it’s time for this to end, everyone is jumping ship. I love Jerry, but even he can’t save what this has become.

LOL. This show needs to be put out of its misery already. How much longer until it’s just Sheryl & Jerry surrounded by a bunch of cardboard cutouts?

The Talk should’ve been canceled in the first place. It would be nice to see a new or revived soap opera take over the time slot.

I second that! My idea is to expand The Bold & The Beautiful to a full hour, and then add a half hour soap opera and a half hour game show.

IMO, I would bring either Hollywood Squares, High Rollers, or Gambit back.

I’ve never met a single person who watches this show.

Wow… the show has basically imploded.

She was never a good fit on this show. She belongs on either the view or the real. She wanted to do more political and real life topics. The talk doesn’t do that, they do more parenting / life / entertainment / pop culture topics.

I can’t tolerate this show any more. My least favorite cohost is Sheryl. I think she is the one causing so many problems for the show. Finished with The Talk!

Bring back Aisha Tyler and Marie Osmond. Then you’d have a show.

Elaine was the only reason to tune in to The Talk. She was the only one who spoke on topics with relevance in a meaningful way.

This show can’t keep anyone! Jerry should head out before he is tainted by them.

Put Carrie Underwood on that show she’s a mom

I miss Sharon Osborne. I’m sorry to say I don’t like Jerry at all. I’ve stopped watching when you put him on. He’s way too corny. This show was all about Women commenting on current events. You need to get back to that or I believe this show will not make it and that would be a shame.

Seriously, what is going on over there? This is nuts. She’s like the 4th person in roughly a year to leave. If CBS isn’t going to cancel it, then they need to bring in some outside HR company and figure out just what’s going on, because this isn’t normal.

Truthfully I’ve stopped watching The Talk for a while now. When Julie Chen left, I tuned in less, then when Sara left, even more so. The last straw for me was when Sharon was booted. I felt she got a raw deal and was cornered into one of those “darned if you do and darned if you don’t” situations.

It’s so funny because when the Talk first started, Sharon was my least favorite co-host of the group. However, as the seasons went on, and she’d share personal stories and just be more vulnerable, I found myself liking her more and more.

I’m with you, Amy. Sharon was not my favorite at first either, but I liked her more after watching for a while. I also feel like she got a raw deal. It was supposed to be a “talk” show with each giving their opinion, but she was criticized and ousted for doing so. I don’t watch any longer either. CBS needs to cancel this show. It is an embarrassment for the network.

They can just set up 4 screens and fill them with randos from the internet each day. Would be more interesting

Sheryl’s running them all off! She’s the worst.

Shut it down and bring back As the World Turns.

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