Talk show hosts are dropping like flies! From Katie Couric to Piers Morgan, Alec Baldwin and Bethenny Frankel, it seems like all talk show hosts are losing their jobs. Today comedian Brian Sweeney joins us to take a look at the worst talk show hosts ever who despite their fame, wealth and access to stellar guests couldn't manage to create a show anyone wanted to watch.
As a broadcaster, I don’t celebrate the cancellation of a fellow broadcaster’s show, whether or not I agree with the person. It’s easy for Rush Limbaugh, who has the most successful talk radio show on the planet, to dance on someone else’s professional grave (though even he has occasionally been taken off radio stations). After […]
(Paul Mirengoff) Piers Morgan, whose dwindling audience has been put out of its misery, isn’t an “unbelievably stupid man,” as he once called Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America. He is, rather, an unbelievably rude and unpleasant man with a thoroughly mediocre mind. Show More Summary
The Olympics are over, kids (so is would-be 9 o'clock rival Piers Morgan, shhhh!!!), so it's time to get serious about your viewing, commenting, sharing, and recommending of The Independents on Fox Business Network. Tonight's live at...Show More Summary
After months of lagging ratings and several controversies involving transgender and gay issues, CNN's Piers Morgan Live will end its run. Featured Image: read more
Although Piers Morgan admitted his gun control rants divided and alienated viewers, partly leading to his show's pending cancellation, on February 24th he sent out a tweet to remind the NRA he's "not done with them yet." On FebruaryShow More Summary
On his Monday Fox Business Network program, “Varney & Co.” anchor Stuart Varney took aim at fellow British immigrant Piers Morgan, who on Sunday announced he was vacating his hosting gig during the 9 p.m. ET hour of CNN. Varney described Morgan as one of the “British socialist imports” that doesn’t understand why things make America tick as it does. Show More Summary
Rush Limbaugh welcomed today's news of Piers Morgan losing his CNN show, but what he wanted to know was "what took them so long."
It wasn’t his “British” accent or his anti-gun stance that did him in, it was his persona.
New York Times media columnist David Carr (2/24/14) seems to think the relationship between CNN and Piers Morgan was doomed from the start: It's been an unhappy collision between a British television personality who refuses to assimilate–the...Show More Summary
Glenn Beck laughed at Piers Morgan today and said there is no way that Morgan quit when his ratings were so incredibly low to begin with.
So long, Piers. CNN has announced its pulling the plug on Piers Morgan Live due to consistently low ratings, which means the hunt is on to once again fill the suspenders shoes of Larry the Lizard King. The former America’s Got Talent judge certainly pissed off his fair share of people during his three years behind the desk, from […]
CNN's ratings are once again edging up against record lows and now that Piers Morgan is on the way out, the cable news network has two full hours of primetime real estate to plug. CNN is a failing network. Jeff Zucker has been in charge...Show More Summary
Sunday night, after David Carr broke the news that Piers Morgan would be ending his CNN show, I searched Twitter to find how his fans were taking it. This was a mistake. Really, who was a Piers Morgan fan? Have you ever met one? No,Show More Summary
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Nearly three years ago, then CNN president Jon Klein hired British television host Piers Morgan to replace the retiring Larry King. Yesterday, current CNN president Jeff Zucker announced that after a ratings free fall, Morgan’s show Piers Morgan Live would be ending its run in March. At the time Klein praised Morgan and said he […]
But first a fond farewell to Piers Morgan – don’t let the doorknob hit you in the ass as you head back to the UK, you jackwagon. Oh, and would you mind taking Alex Baldwin and that Beiber thing with you? Now to the point. One of the things that the Obama administration told us [...]
With his replacement at CNN officially out, Larry King says he’d be open to a return to the network that made his career. “If he (Jeff Zucker) talked to the people at Ora TV and they could work it out, I would do it,” King told The Daily Beast. Show More Summary
Sunday night, The New York Times' David Carr confirmed what we at Mediaite have been predicting for months: Piers Morgan's 9pm show on CNN is coming to an end.
Alec Baldwin made it clear in his unfiltered confessions piece today he has come to "loathe and despise the media," but there's still at least one person he wishes the best for: Piers Morgan, and said as much in a tweet today.