But as O'Reilly fades into the rearview mirror of history, he seems to have taken comfort in the love of a new friend named Holly.
It’s called "Those Who Trespass: A Novel of Television and Murder." Yes, really.
After spoofing political pundits like Bill O'Reilly for more than a decade on The Colbert Report, Comedy Central has picked a new media target for its next 11:30 p.m. show: alt-right outlets like Infowars and Brietbart. Daily Show correspondent Jordan Klepper, who will host the new late-night show, The Opposition with Jordan Klepper, which premieres...
Fox News is without Bill O’Reilly, and they could be without Sean Hannity as well. Mediate has the news. “There are whisperings in the media world suggesting that Bill O’Reilly wants to team up with his former Fox News colleague, Sean...Show More Summary
He's a great commentator — and I miss him on the tube.
Bill O’Reilly Says Jared Kushner Is Innocent Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly said Jared Kushner “looks like a high school senior” and that’s why he couldn’t have played a role in “fixing elections with Putin.” O’Reilly, who has 2 million followers on Twitter, wrote...
O'Reilly has a controversial history of judging people based on their looks, especially when it comes to black people.
Conservative commentator Bill O’Reilly tweeted a backhanded defense Monday that said Jared Kushner “looks like a high school senior” as a reason why it’s impossible to believe “he’s fixing elections with Putin.” Kushner looks like a high school senior. Hard to believe he's fixing elections with Putin. In fact, impossible to believe. Sorry, @CNN. — […]
This is good news. Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity are reportedly considering teaming up to form a new television network. An uber connected journalist, New York Magazine’s Gabriel Sherman, who
Prince Kushner has some words for the Senate, The Mooch really sucks up, and Bill O'Reilly wants to come back. Your morning news brief.
I think that would be a great move. Fox has been trending in the wrong direction for a while and competition is a good thing to get them back in
There are whisperings in the media world suggesting that Bill O’Reilly wants to team up with his former Fox News colleague, Sean Hannity, and launch a new joint venture.
It would be a pro-Trump adventure with a pro-Trump broadcast company. The post RUMOR: Is Bill O’Reilly Trying To Lure Hannity Into A New, Pro-Trump TV Venture? (VIDEO) appeared first on RedState.
This was "after a joke that dubbed Fox News 'not racist, but No. 1 with racists,'" the creator of The Simpsons said. "'Then Bill O'Reilly called us pinheads and look what happened,' Groening added."
The war is on for the soul of Fox News in the Donald Trump era. In one corner, Sean Hannity, heir apparent to Bill O'Reilly and the undisputed champion of President Donald Trump. In the other, Shep Smith, among a select few voices willing to occasionally puncture the Fox News bubble. SEE ALSO: Shep Smith gets so riled up by Donald Trump Jr. Show More Summary
After Bill O'Reilly finally got himself good and properly canned by Fox News for his long history of grotesque behavior toward his co-workers, a clump of tissue cultivated from his second chin that had been cultivated in a Fox News laboratory until it had turned into a Real Boy was promoted into the Fox News lineup to take his place. Show More Summary
She added a few tweaks.
"Of all the jobs President Trump promised to create, you wouldn't think Bill O'Reilly's would've been one of them."
The "Daily Show" presents O'Reilly's greatest hits -- because Fox News probably won't.
Despite the departure of Bill O’Reilly amid accusations of sexual harassment, Fox News managed to finish No. 1 in primetime for the second quarter of the year. Fox News fended off a strong challenge from the resurgent MSNBC, thanks to a relatively strong performance by Tucker Carlson who replaced O’Reilly in April. Even though Carlson […]