As Rachel Maddow noted in the clip above, for anyone who was "wondering when the events in Ferguson were going to shift from a local story getting some national coverage to being a full on national story, this might be it." So far things...Show More Summary
Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowery was arrested and subsequently released by Ferguson police. Lowery called into Rachel Maddow's show to describe how he was placed in restraints and even assaulted by the cops right after he was just doing his job.
Robin Williams fans know that the TV show Mork & Mindy launched him to national fame. But bigger fans know that he first played his alien character in an episode of Happy Days. Last night, Henry "the Fonz" Winkler told Rachel Maddow on MSNBC that it was clear from the...
It’s rare when MSNBC gets favorable reviews from Accuracy in Media, but Rachel Maddow’s report, “Consider the Source,” is worth watching. She was very effective in exposing how Russia Today (RT) television tried to obscure the truth about Russian terrorists bringing down the Malaysian Airlines plane. She also laid out the facts implicating the Russian […]
Ansel Elgort of The Fault in Our Stars strips to his skivvies and gets dunked with ice water in the latest round of Chillin 4 Charity. Much like with Rachel Maddow, Elgort was challenged by someone he knew - in...
Matt Lauer has done it, so has Shepard Smith and Rachel Maddow. NBC’s Dylan Dryer did it late last week, then on Saturday challenged her “Today” colleagues Erika Hill, Lester Holt and Jenna Wolfe. They accepted. So where did the ice bucket challenge start? “CBS This Morning” had the back-story this morning. Show More Summary
Good morning, kittens. Are you awake? Are you sleepy? I’m sleepy. So how about a bucket of ice water to wake you up? Oh, not, not on you. That would be rude. How about a bucket of ice water on Rachel Maddow. Yes, Lesbian Nerd Heartthrob Rachel Maddow. Show More Summary
Could the liberal-leaning ladies of The View be pushed even further left? It could happen as MSNBC’s vice president of prime-time programming and producer of The Rachel Maddow Show has been picked to be the new show runner. On Thursday, CNN’s Brian Stelter reported that Bill Wolff will replace longtime producer Bill Geddie. Show More Summary
Bill Wolff, who’s been a fixture at MSNBC for nearly a decade, is about to get a new view. An MSNBC spokesperson confirms with TVNewser that Wolff, who is the EP of Rachel Maddow‘s show, as well as VP of primetime, is leaving the network. Show More Summary
The View's creative evolution ahead of this fall's new season with reportedly include a new executive producer. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Bill Wolff, executive producer of The Rachel Maddow Show and MSNBC's vice-president of primetime programming will leave that network later this month to take over the ABC daytime talk show.
Veteran MNSBC exec and showrunner Bill Wolff will move over to the revamping ABC panel for its upcoming 18th season. read more
From the August 5 edition of MSNBC's The Rachel Maddow Show: Previously: Fox News Quiet After Congressional Report Finds No Benghazi Scandal REPORT: Fox's Nonstop Benghazi Coverage Is A $124 Million Boon For The GOP The Benghazi Hoax: The Truth Behind The Right's Campaign To Politicize An American Tragedy
MSNBC's usual ratings leader Rachel Maddow fell to last place on the network Monday night in the 25-54 demo. With just 118K viewers, The Rachel Maddow Show was the lowest rated show on MSNBC between the hours of 6 and 11 p.m.
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A couple of weeks ago Fox's Shepard Smith accepted the Chilling for Charity ice water challenge to have a bucket of ice water upended over him to raise money for the Kay Yow Foundation, named for the North Carolina State...
Rachel Maddow fired back last night against Rand Paul, calling him both petulant and a liar for his shots at MSNBC for calling him out on his not-so-clear position on the Civil Rights Act.
Earlier this week, Shepard Smith challenged Rachel Maddow to take the "Ice Water Challenge" (the challenger has to donate money to a charity if the person they challenged gets ice water dumped all over them). Well, Maddow agreed to the challenge yesterday.
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow took up Shepard Smith‘s challenge, by getting doused with a bucket of ice water. Last week we told you about Smith, who took up the challenge and had not one, but two buckets of water dumped on him. He passed the challenge on to Maddow, and two others. Show More Summary
Wednesday on MSNBC’s "The Cycle," Sen Rand Paul (R-KY) criticized MSNBC to host Ari Melber in bringing up his wildly misreported 2010 discussion about the way the Civil Rights Act should apply for private business with Rachel Maddow....Show More Summary