The 2018 Academy Awards telecast on ABC attracted 26.5 million viewers across the nearly four-hour show on Sunday night.
While that was good enough to handily top all of Sunday’s broadcast competition and most of the award shows of the past year, it is still the least-watched Oscars to date.
Alex Cabot Briefly Returns To “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” -
Stephanie March is headed to her old stomping grounds.
The actress, who starred as Alex Cabot in “Law & Order: SVU” will guest star this season as the beloved character. March says “The show is such a meaningful part of my life and I get to see two people I have missed dearly — Mariska Hargitay and Alex Cabot.”
Since leaving the show after 90 episodes, March has been busy with projects like Bravo’s ”Odd Mom Out,” Pop’s ”Nightcap,” and Adult Swim’s ”Neon Joe Werewolf Hunter.”
NEW MOVIES ON DVD
- It got shut out at the Oscars on Sunday, but you'll love the coming-of-age tale Lady Bird. Directed by Greta Gerwig, it stars Saorise [pr: SHER-shuh] Ronin as an artsy teen and Laurie Metcalf as her mother.
- Chris Hemsworth is back as everyone's favorite hunky superhero in Thor: Ragnarok. Loki (Tom Hiddleston), Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and the rest of the gang are also back as Thor battles Hela (Cate Blanchett) to save Asgard.
TV that's new to video includes season nine of Curb Your Enthusiasm, season one of Newton's Law, the complete series of Crossbow and season three of the classic Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In.
Emma Watson: She showed off a Time's Up tattoo, but it was missing the apostrophe.
Frances McDormand: The alleged thief who stole her Oscar was busted after bragging about it on Facebook.
Jay-Z and Beyonce: They announced -- and then retracted -- tour dates for their On the Run 2.
Black Mirror: Netflix has renewed the series for a fifth season.
Henry Cavill: The Superman actor confirmed that he's not dead, despite what some are saying on the web.
#TheBachelor: Fans and haters are reacting to the first part of the big finale.
Sam Nunberg: The former Trump aide appeared on the cable news channels, talking trash about Trump and his associates, and daring Robert Mueller to arrest him, though later he said he may comply with Mueller's order.
The release of Dwayne Johnson's Rampage has been moved up from April 20th to April 13th. This comes after Disney bumped up Avengers: Infinity War from May 4th to April 27th.
Tiffany Haddish will star in Tyler Perry’s comedy The List. Variety says she'll play "a wild woman who gets released from prison and reunites with her sister." It opens November 2nd.
Netflix has renewed Black Mirror for a fifth season.
Rumor: Gwen Stefani Scores Vegas Residency - Gwen Stefani may be getting her own residency in Las Vegas.
"Us Weekly" reports the singer is prepping to kick off her own show at Planet Hollywood on the Vegas strip. It is the same hotel that hosted Britney Spears, and currently hosts Jennifer Lopez. There is no word yet on when Stefani's set will kick off, and she has yet to confirm anything. When she does, we will share the info with you!Source: US Weekly
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