Keith follows up the aftermath of that jarring photo from Cleveland.
Keith Olbermann on David Letterman announcing his retirement. So great. ?
Who knew that Texas Motor Speedway's new big-screen television along the backstretch would generate such hate from Keith Olbermann? The television host, now back with ESPN, named Eddie Gossage, the president of TMS, his "Worst Person in Sports" for one of last week's shows. Show More Summary
"All I keep thinking is I'm watching Babe Ruth telling us he's going to stop playing baseball."
Keith Olbermann is never better than when he's talking about someone he respects (perhaps because there aren't many of them). Last night was one such occasion, when Olbermann devoted an entire segment to David Letterman's announcement of his impending retirement. Show More Summary
Last night Keith Olbermann opened his show with a tribute to one of his heroes, David Letterman, who by now you know is retiring. And I…I just don’t even know where to begin, because it’s kind of perfect. Whether you like him or not,...Show More Summary
Will Gardner is dead, but Dan Rydell is alive and well, apparently. Actor Josh Charles—who’s been doing a bit of publicity after the death of his character on The Good Wife—stopped by Keith Olbermann’s show this weekend, and ran down...Show More Summary
As the New York Daily News reports, MSNBC’s Ronan Farrow may be sharing the same fate as Alec Baldwin and Keith Olbermann. Sources reveal that the one-month-old Ronan Farrow Daily show is facing cancellation. While Baldwin was rejected...Show More Summary
Josh Charles, otherwise known as Dan Rydell of Sports Night (and more recently Will Gardner on The Good Wife), made a special appearance on Keith Olbermann’s show the other night on ESPN2. The combination of Charles and Olbermann was an interesting one as the character of Rydell was supposed to symbolize Olbermann in the “semi-fictional” […]
Recently departed Good Wife alum Josh Charles made a surprise appearance last night on Keith Olbermann‘s ESPN show in character as one of his most beloved television alter egos. Surprise – it was Dan Rydell, the sports anchor Charles...Show More Summary
Dan Rydell is back!
ESPN host Keith Olbermann ripped into Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder on Tuesday night for insisting that he will not change his team name in spite of protests from liberal and Native American groups...
Who knew that Texas Motor Speedway's new big-screen television along the backstretch would generate such hate from Keith Olbermann? The television host, now back with ESPN, named Eddie Gossage, the president of TMS, his "Worst Person in Sports" for his Monday show. Show More Summary
ESPN’s Keith Olbermann explained his infrequent hosting as of late on Thursday’s “Olbermann,” telling his audience the effects of his shingles medicine is making him a “danger to humanity.” “So let me tell you about shingles,” he started,...Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann explained his absences from his ESPN show Thursday, talking about dealing with the shingles and the drugs he's been taking that basically make him a "danger to humanity."
Keith Olbermann's return to sports has been very refreshing. It's brought something different to late night sports television and he's found a way to successfully merge his sporting and political styles and personalities to create an entertaining show. Show More Summary
Sarah Palin continues to be right. We're not talking about her political positions, but right as in correct. From death panels to Putin, the former Alaska governor has predicted the moves and epic failures of the Obama administration with uncanny accuracy. Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann sent an e-mail to Talking Points Memo today saying he stopped watching MSNBC in 2009, two years before he left the network.
I get why you might not like Keith Olbermann. I don’t like him most times, either. So when he’s getting all I SAY GOOD DAY, SIR about 9/11 tributes in sports, uses bull-bleep instead of actual curse words to describe Alex Rodriguez or starts nit-picking people during the Olympics, sure, roll your eyes at the dude.
First Bob Costas was felled by pink eye – now Keith Olbermann has succumbed to shingles. Viewers who learned the ESPN host was out Wednesday night may have thought “here we go again” but Olbermann took to Twitter today to assure them...Show More Summary