Prince Andrew gives up membership of prestigious golf club amid sexual abuse allegations
The club in St. Andrews, Scotland, announced the move Friday, two weeks after Andrew was stripped of his honorary military titles and roles with charitable organizations amid a U.S. civil lawsuit filed by a woman who says she was forced to have sex with Andrew when she was 17.
'The Afterparty' turns its comedic murder mystery into more of an afterthought
Telling stories from shifting perspectives a la "Rashomon" has become pretty commonplace in premium-TV and streaming, from Showtime's "The Affair" to Netflix's "Clickbait." Enter "The Afterparty," an Apple TV+ comedy series with one murder, plenty of suspects and minimal intrigue -- the sort of show that's modestly entertaining but doesn't bring enough to the party.
'Janet Jackson' tells the singer's story, but it's clear who's in control
Janet Jackson gave a documentary crew access for five years, but with Jackson and brother Randy Jackson serving as executive producers the resulting project, "Janet Jackson," feels too conspicuously like a licensed product. Addressing some uncomfortable parts of her biography but sidestepping others, it's pretty obvious who's in control here.
Kristen Bell dials 'S' for 'silly' in 'The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window'
The title might be the funniest thing about "The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window," which is sort of the verbal equivalent of that "Spaceballs" visual gag where the spaceship just won't end. Beyond that, this Netflix series provides a fun showcase for Kristen Bell but only a marginal reason to spend eight episodes gazing at the TV.
‘Dallas’ star Audrey Landers reflects on 'prankster' Larry Hagman, why she didn’t pose nude for Playboy
Audrey Landers is involved with "Viral Vignettes," a series of short stories starring several beloved TV stars, such as Don Most, Renée Taylor and John Schneider – just to name a few.