The five voters who had LeBron #1 were probably further off than this.
Maybe he’s seen Hoosiers.
Columnist Gaston Kroub examines the career of Bill Simmons, the bestselling author and sports television personality, and pulls out wisdom for lawyers.
Fans of the Bluth Family have reason to rejoice as this week producer Brian Grazer announced that Netflix has ordered an additional run of episodes for “Arrested Development.” While chatting with Bill Simmons on the “BS Report,” Grazer...Show More Summary
Arrested Development producer Brian Grazer wants everyone to know that they’re working on a 17-episode fifth season of the beloved series. After talking to Bill Simmons about other series’ he’s produced like 24 […]
Is Arrested Development returning for another season? If series co-creator and co-executive producer Brian Grazer is to be believed, the answer is a firm yes. Appearing on Bill Simmons’ B.S. Report Podcast, Grazer claimed that the series...Show More Summary
It’s time to say “Annyong” to Arrested Development once again. On a recent episode of Grantland founder Bill Simmons’ podcast, film and TV producer Brian Grazer confirmed that the cult comedy hit will return, eventually, for 17 more episodes. Show More Summary
Producer Brian Grazer told Bill Simmons that a fifth season of Arrested Development is coming, and that it will consist of 17 episodes. Read more...
Arrested Development fans have a lot to be grateful for this year. While appearing on Bill Simmons’ The B.S. Report this week, Arrested Development executive producer Brian Grazer confirmed that Season 5 of the beloved and quirky show is official, with 17 new episodes in the pipeline. Show More Summary
"Arrested Development" executive producer Brian Grazer says 17 more episodes of the series are in the works. Grazer revealed the show's renewed life in an interview with Grantland's Bill Simmons on his "B.S. Report" podcast. You can watch the whole thing above; the brief mention of "Arrested" can be heard around the 24-minute mark. Show More Summary
Grantland editor-in-chief and ESPNer Bill Simmons spent nearly 40 minutes of a recent podcast talking about his climb up journalism’s ladder, and how he almost quit the profession twice out of frustration. (He thought that because he had been a four-year sports columnist at the Holy Cross Crusader that he’d get a column right out … Read More
Good news, "Arrested Development" fans. It sounds like more episodes of the cult favorite series are in the works. Uproxx noticed series producer Brian Grazer broke the news to Bill Simmons in a podcast Tuesday morning. We're going to do another 17 episodes," said Grazer. Show More Summary
We live in a time where local sports personalities who make it to the national stage can maintain their fanatical instincts instead of ditching all rooting interests in favor of impartiality. Two of the most notable are Boston-loving Sports Guy Bill Simmons and billboard-buying Miami Guy Dan Le Batard. Show More Summary
Basketball analysts and fans like to wonder what could have been had the Oklahoma City Thunder not traded James Harden. As for Thunder superstar Kevin Durant, he just wants everyone to move on. Oklahoma City made the NBA Finals during the 2011-12 season, losing to the Miami Heat in five games. Show More Summary
The occasion of the James Harden-Russell Westbrook matchup (also known as the Houston Rockets-Oklahoma City Thunder game) on Sunday gave Bill Simmons of ESPN/Grantland a reason to revisit the trade that sent Harden to Houston. And revisit it he did as the NBA’s top two scorers and MVP candidates took the floor in Oklahoma City. […]
KD took to Twitter to tell BS to chill. Bill Simmons went on a mini-Twitter rant today about the 2012 James Harden trade. The basic gist is he was right. OKC newspaper piece about the Harden trade leaves out the key point - they didn't have to trade him when they did. Show More Summary
James Harden returned to Oklahoma City Sunday to face off against his old team, and for the first time since leaving for the Rockets, (...)
In Monday’s episode of his podcast The B.S. Report, ESPN’s Bill Simmons called Roger Goodell a liar. “Please call me and say I’m in trouble,” he said, in what sounded like a message to ESPN’s brass. “I dare you.” On Wednesday, the Worldwide Leader took the dare. Show More Summary
The commotion from last September involving Bill Simmons, ESPN, and Roger Goodell was made into a case study at Northwestern (...)