Jimmy Kimmel apologizes to protesters in front of his studio

10.30.13 4 years ago

Jimmy Kimmel apologizes to protesters in front of his studio

“If I upset you, I’m very, very sorry. I did not mean to upset you,” Kimmel said today in front of his Hollywood Blvd theater. Protesters carrying “Fire Jimmy Kimmel” signs are still upset over his airing of a kid saying “kill everyone in China” two weeks ago, even after ABC’s apology.

Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst is developing a CW drama based on his rise to fame
“The Noise” will be Durst’s 2nd attempt at making a TV show based on his life. Durst worked on “Douchebag” for CBS two years ago, about a rock star trying to juggle his family and wild side.

Peter Facinelli will play Whitey Bulger’s enforcer in a Fox limited series
“Street Soldier” tells the story of Eddie MacKenzie, a boxer who served Bulger.

“American Idol” teases Season 13
Watch the promo from tonight’s World Series game.

How MSNBC will cover the Nov. 22 JFK assassination 50th anniversary
There will be two hours of Chris Matthews, plus Al Sharpton’s “50 Years of Guns” and Alec Baldwin will explore the mystery of Kennedy’s death.

Fox creates printable Halloween masks from your favorite shows

Put on a Jess from “New Girl” mask, or one of “Family Guy’s” Stewie.

Omarosa and Bethenny yell at each other
The two reality stars battled it out today on Bethenny Frankel’s talk show, where Omarosa said: “It’s different for you and I. I am an African-American woman. You get to walk around and be mediocre and you still get rewarded with things.”

“Family Guy” unveils its own British royal family portrait

Featuring Prince George.

Tips for “Scandal”: How other shows handled unexpected pregnancies
“How I Met Your Mother,” “Sex and the City,” “Mad Men” and “Grey’s Anatomy” have been through this before. PLUS: Who should be the “Scandal” baby daddy?

Subway Sandwiches has seeped its way into many TV shows

From “Nashville” to “Chuck” to “Community,” Subway has become a TV show product placement fixture over the past six years.

Jason Schwartzman calls “SNL’s” Wes Anderson parody a career “definer”
“I loved it! It made me so happy,” he says. “I can’t express to you how much it meant to me.”

“It’s Always Sunny” tackles “Lethal Weapon 6”
The “Sunny” gang makes a sequel.

PBS will repeat its “American Masters” on Lou Reed
Check your local listings for airings over the next week.

Alexa Vega joins “The Tomorrow People”
The former “Spy Kid” will play Robbie Amell’s rival.

Have supernatural shows made TV deaths boring when death isn’t final?
On shows like “Ravenswood” and “The Vampire Diaries,” death is temporary.

Denver Broncos get a special visit from “Tim Riggins”
Taylor Kitsch visited the team and showed them his new movie.

Scott Foley wouldn’t have been able to handle “Felicity” fame in a Twitter world
Noel and Ben fans would’ve been “rabid” if Twitter existed when “Felicity” was on, he says. Back then, he says, he was “substantially more fragile… You know, now I just find them humorous, but I think back then I would have been devastated.”

T-Bone Burnett on “Nashville”: “It was a knockdown, bloody, drag-out fight, every episode”
The musician, whose wife created the ABC drama, had to quit because he didn’t like the way his wife was treated.

Watch Amy Poehler & Will Ferrell making out as Conan sketch players 16 years ago

Ferrell was just beginning his “SNL” stint when he made an appearance on “Late Night” not as a guest, but as a sketch performer. The bit was written by Adam McKay, who would go on to collaborate with Ferrell on “Anchorman” and many of his other hits.

Was Meredith Vieira drunk tweeting?
It appears so, but Vieria insists she was not drunk.

“The Crazy Ones” casts Missi Pyle and Kurt Fuller
Pyle will play a Nancy Grace-type reporter.

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