NBC is going all in on Thursday nights

NBC is going all in on Thursday nights

Besides moving This Is Us to Thursday nights, NBC also announced that the night will kick off with the Will & Grace revival. The five-minute-long trailer begins as the titular characters exit the office of Bob Greenblatt, the president of NBC Entertainment.

PM gives thanks to media, secretariat at Beijing Belt & Road Forum

However, for all Xi's words about the need for greater openness, co-operation, the rejection of protectionism, the need to develop win-win outcomes, coupled with assurances that China is concerned about development for all, worldwide tensions made their presence felt.

SNL rises to new heights in war on Trump's disinformation

You can see me explaining that on "Reliable Sources" here. Trump asks Holt for his undying loyalty, and then reminds everyone that he won the election "fair and square". "Because he told us so, period". "And they're going to prove it with a certified letter, which you know is the truth because it cost an extra $2 to have it certified".

Federal Bureau of Investigation hopefuls parade into DOJ for weekend interviews

In an interview with USA media, President Trump also accused him being a "showboat" and a "grandstander". The Republican senator said Sunday that Trump should stop publicly commenting on the investigation following the President's firing of former FBI Director James Comey, which he subsequently tweeted about throughout the week.

Ozobot rolls out first Marvel lines with Guardians and Spider-Man

James Gunn is also back in the director's seat, following his ground-breaking work on the original film. The story, for what it's worth, follows Chris Pratt's Quill as he makes some decidedly Freudian discoveries about his past, including the origins of his appropriately-named father, Ego (played with exceptional levels of ham and camp by Kurt Russell ).

James Gunn confirms Yondu will never come back to 'Galaxy'

James Gunn confirms Yondu will never come back to 'Galaxy'

Still there? OK! At the end of the film, Yondu (Michael Rooker) sacrifices himself to save Peter Quill and becomes the real hero of the film, a denouement that we nearly did not have. [Killing Yondu was] the hardest choice I've ever had to make from a storytelling perspective. If you didn't know better, you'd assume that Lee's appearance in Vol.