Keith Olbermann joined Jonah Keri’s Nerdist podcast for a two-part marathon late last week. Around the 1:19:00-mark of Part I, (...)
It is startling to think that anybody at #DemDebate would make a better POTUS than any in GOP (This includes cameramen and voiceover guy) — Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) January 18, 2016 Clinton calls Muslims the first line of defense...Show More Summary
Five years ago this month, a great many Tea Party Republicans took office in Congress. For some on the left, however, that may not have been the worst political development of January, 2011. This coming Thursday, notes The Washington Monthly's D.R. Show More Summary
Michelle Beadle… Keith Olbermann… Jason Whitlock… and now Rachel Nichols. ESPN has thrown its arms open wide and welcomed back plenty of former Bristolites in recent years, reversing years of a more hardline stance where there was only a one-way ticket out of town. Show More Summary
If Keith Olbermann can come back to ESPN to work for a couple of years and Dan Patrick can make a special SportsCenter reunion appearance with Scott Van Pelt, then anything is possible. But after this tweet about ESPN’s golden boy,...Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann, professional liberal, is perhaps the last person you would expect to have nice things to say about Donald Trump, but he does. As a guest on Friday’s “Real Time With Bill Maher,” Olbermann revealed a rather unexpected side of Trump that certainly dents the puffed-up, willfully ignorant blowhard image Trump has brandished on the 2016 […]
Bill Maher spoke to Keith Olbermann tonight and ended by asking him the big question: "What happened to MSNBC?"
"If Keith Olbermann doesn't do a competitive cooking show with Glenn Beck where every week they go head-to-head to make the perfect grilled cheese sandwich, he's nuts."
In what’s sure to be a humdinger of a telecast, HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher this Friday will feature former ESPN host Keith Olbermann, and filmmaker Quentin Tarantino. For Olbermann the appearance is a make-good on his abruptly canceled appearance in mid-September. Show More Summary
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With Halloween on the horizon, October is a month full of such scary things as ghosts, goblins and … a possible return to MSNBC by fire-breathing former anchor Keith Olbermann. According to an exclusive article by Joe Concha on the Mediaite.com...Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann has already rebuilt one napalmed bridge, so why not another? Following his unlikely return to ESPN, which concluded relatively amicably when they didn’t renew his contract this summer, Olbermann could be headed back to another former stomping ground, MSNBC. Show More Summary
WHERE WILL KEITH BE FIRED FROM NEXT? Exclusive: NBC’s Andy Lack to Meet with Keith Olbermann on Possible MSNBC Return. Surveying the pathetic state of the US Senate, P.J. O’Rourke once quipped that “The founding fathers, in their wisdom, devised a method by which our republic can take one hundred of its most prominent numbskulls […]
The apex of MSNBC's 19-year existence was arguably it's run during the 2008 presidential campaign. Barack Obama was an electric, historic and therefore ratings-generating candidate. Sarah Palin--who joined the fray relatively late just three months before the election, served as the perfect foil for progressives on the network. Show More Summary
The second season of Sports Jeopardy premieres on Crackle Wednesday (Sept. 23), which prompted host Dan Patrick to sit down with Sporting News‘ Sean Gentile to talk about what’s in store for the program, such as the taping schedule,Show More Summary
ESPN president John Skipper has overseen a tumultuous year for the network. He’s made several high-profile personnel changes, with Bill Simmons, Keith Olbermann and Colin Cowherd among the high-profile names leaving. All of that work...Show More Summary
Hawkman's costume has a little more than what comic fans are used to seeing. Plus, why Keith Olbermann cancelled on "Real Time," Richard Armitage joins Epix spy drama and Logo looks at a legendary fashion show on "Versaiiles 73"
The mystery of Keith Olbermann’s sudden cancellation from tonight’s Real Time With Bill Maher is solved, and proves that the cranky Olbermann does indeed have a heart: His dog is sick. A spokeswoman for Real Time tells Deadline that Olbermann’s dog “became seriously ill two days ago,” precluding Olbermann from being able to travel to the L.A. Show More Summary
What would it take to get Dan Patrick back to ESPN for a SportsCenter reunion with Keith Olbermann (and Keith (...)