Just when it seemed that long-time interviewer Larry King and his successor, Piers Morgan, had settled into nice, quiet lives after both left the Cable News Network, along came an interview with radio “shock jock” Howard Stern on Wednesday,...Show More Summary
TV Newser: The umpteenth slam of Piers Morgan by Larry King led his CNN successor to unload today on Twitter. At this stage, we agree with the "Britisher." It''s time for Larry to move on. PR Newser: On June 1, Lila Treitkov will graduate from Russian-born Wikipedia reader to Russian-born executive director of the Wikimedia Foundation. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, ex-CNN host Larry King took a few shots at his former employer during an appearance on Howard Stern's radio show. In addition to ridiculing CNN's excessive missing MH370 coverage, King got candid in his thoughts about his failed replacement in Piers Morgan.
The last two people to occupy CNN's 9pmET hosting chair made frank comments about each other today after Larry King gave his opinion about CNN's decision to hire Piers Morgan as his replacement. "I thought they made a mistake in the Piers hire," King said on Howard Stern's radio show. Show More Summary
Demanding that the West "do something" whether Nigeria wants it or not smacks of paternalistic imperialism.
Trans activist and Redefining Realness author Janet Mock focused attention on the invasive and frankly stupid nature of the questions she’s often asked during interviews last month, after she accused news anchor Piers Morgan of “sensationalizing” her life following a particularly heated discussion about her gender identity. Show More Summary
"1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms!" an unhinged Alex Jones once screamed at a slightly more-hinged Piers Morgan. Jonesies—who've gone all in for Cliven Bundy—love to cite America's founders to defend their gun caresses. Usually, they get it wrong. Read more...
A roundup of links for your Sunday morning reading. As the NRA has its annual meeting, Piers Morgan couldn’t help himself…via Hot Air, Piers Morgan pro-tip: NRA is really an assassin society for promoting concealed-carry reciprocity, or something While we’re
Plus, an exclusive look at NRA's response to Bloomberg.
CNN’s Michael Smerconish talks to the Washington Post about his desire to appeal to “Americans who don’t skew to the extreme right on politics and don’t skew to the extreme left.” Smerconish says that was the impetus for his transition...Show More Summary
Piers Morgan may no longer be a nightly fixture on CNN, but rest assured he is still a hot commodity. In fact, he just got a job offer to work at British newspaper The Grimsby Telegraph. An entry-level position. As a low-level reporter. (As a joke.)
Can't you lot do ANYTHING right? > @ManUtd — Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) April 20, 2014 It was a disappointing return for David Moyes to Goodison Park, as his Man United side were beaten 2-0 by his old side Everton. The defeat completes a miserable double for United, having lost the reverse home fixture back in [...]
In case you were looking for a Twitter slap fight between two big personalities who've fallen from cable news grace, look no further than the following exchange.
There’s a lot of sucky things about Twitter – anonymous trolls, hateful language, people tweeting before thinking, the shadowy features of our culture being dragged into the spotlight, etc. But the great things about Twitter and social media outweigh the negatives. Twitter allows us to directly interact with people who we never could have years […]
Morgan called him “Dick Douche.”
Plus, CNN to fill Piers Morgan hour with... rotating specials and documentaries.
CNN is officially dropping out of the 9 p.m. talk race. The original cable news network announced Thursday that beginning this summer, it will air "original series" and documentaries in the 9 p.m. weeknight slot most recently held by Piers Morgan.
With the departure of Piers Morgan, who followed Larry King, CNN won’t install a new host but will instead show a variety of documentaries.
Two weeks after Piers Morgan signed off from CNN’s primetime lineup, the network has announced plans for the 9pmET timeslot. Beginning this summer, CNN will air original series — like Anthony Bourdain‘s “Parts Unknown” and Morgan Spurlock‘s...Show More Summary