Longtime Shepard Smith viewers know that he just can't get enough of the HBO show True Blood, and during an interview he did Wednesday with Joe Manganiello, one of the stars of the show, Smith appeared to transform into a teenage fanboy in the halls of Comic-Con as opposed to an anchor on a major cable news network.
Batkid has been fighting crime all day in San Francisco, and how better to tell you about than Fox News' Shepard Smith. The anchor dedicated the final portion of his 3pm hour Friday to the uplifting story of Miles, a 5-year-old leukemia...Show More Summary
Remember those huge digital touch screens that Shep Smith revealed earlier in October as the revolutionized "Fox News Deck"? Well Steven Colbert decided to look into exactly what Smith does all day on those big screens. The answer to...Show More Summary
A few weeks back, Stephen Colbert congratulated Shepard Smith for "Shepping it up a notch" with the new Fox News Deck. Last night, Colbert checked in to see just how Smith is using the shiny new technology to revolutionize the news. It turns out he's mostly playing Candy Crush.
Over the course of 5 hours between October 24 and 25, I wrote down every commercial that aired on FOX News during shows hosted by Brett Baer, Gretchen Carlson, Shep Smith Bill Hemmer and Gretta Van Susteren because I wanted to know what was being advertised. Show More Summary
One thing most conservatives and liberals who work in world of television news agree on is this: If there’s breaking news and an anchor is needed on the scene, there’s Shepard Smith, Anderson Cooper… and everyone else. According to Gawker, Smith and Cooper share more in common than just an ability to think on one’s feet in pressure situations. Show More Summary
On Monday afternoon, Fox hosts Shepard Smith and Dana Perino duked it out this afternoon over revelations that the National Security Agency has surveilled allied leaders like German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The non-story of Shep Smith and Gawker.
Shep Smith is addicted to Candy Crush, okay? Open thread below....
Shep Smith is a jerk (to waitresses): Gawker’s Jim Cooke has posted a story about Shep Smith‘s unorthodox method of ordering drinks at a bar. Apparently, Shep tends to scream and berate waitresses, and then leave without tipping. Scolding an employee at a bar and humiliating them in public is one thing, but not leaving a tip? That’s messed up, man. Show More Summary
"Get my f drink!" Gawker reenacts Shep Smith's rant at a New York waitress. The gossip mag says Fox's prized anchor was spotted at Chelsea bar Bathtub Gin going at... Read Full Post
Last week, the internet was delighted yet puzzled by Shep Smith's introduction of the Fox News Rooms' bizarre, jumbo-sized tablets, so naturally, we asked you to do a little investigative work and find out what was really going on. Read more...
Stephen Colbert is the latest to make fun of Fox News' widely-mocked futuristic News Deck helmed by Shep Smith. The "Starshep Enterprise," as he called it (although, we must point out, HuffPost Media coined the term on Monday), fitsShow More Summary
Jon Stewart had fun with Shep Smith's fancy "Fox News Deck" on his Wednesday show. Saying that the new extremely bright set looked like "an Apple Genius Bar had an orgasm," Stewart wondered what all the crazy giant iPad-looking screens,...Show More Summary
Jon Stewart was, to put it lightly, befuddled by the brand-new Fox News Deck being helmed by Galactic Commander Shepard Smith, mockingly wondering how long it'll be until he starts "taking orders from Roger Ailes' giant floating hea...
Let's all watch this video and/or read my terrific transcript about Fox News' shiny new News Center, so we can all laugh at it together FOREVER. Shep Smith, Fox News Anchor, a middle-aged white man in a grey suit, is onscreen in the middle of the new "High-Tech Fox News Deck," to which I will be referring from hereon out as Gleep Glorp HQ. Show More Summary
If you thought Shep Smith's set of gigantic iPad-looking things was the most exciting technological development on Fox News this week, you clearly didn't watch "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Tuesday night. Watch the clip above to see Kimmel's take on the network's new technology as well as some video evidence that Shep might have bitten off a little more than he can chew.
Jimmy Kimmel has been taking some shots at Fox News lately, and on his show Tuesday night he turned his attention to the brand new "futuristic" Fox News Deck, which Shepard Smith unveiled on Monday.