Franken apologized for groping a woman on Thursday. Surely, some thought, "SNL" would find a way to savage him by Saturday night.
"Had you been hit in the chest on 'Monday Night Football,' the odds were far greater that you would die than live," he was told.
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The Germantown native was named a cohost this morning.
Showtime's "City on a Hill" casts the Philadelphia native as a "corrupt yet venerated FBI veteran" in a fictionalized version of a 1990s police story.
Several companies have decided to pull their ads from Sean Hannity's Fox News show, but one is facing a social media backlash from fans.
Philadelphia Eagles' defensive end Chris Long recently appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" to talk more about his decision to donate his paychecks to charity.
His new movie, "I Love You, Daddy," is scheduled to open in Philadelphia on Nov. 22.
The Grammy-winning Philadelphian will play the "tough but loving" mother of Queen Latifah's character in a multi-episode arc next spring.
The actress who plays Tracee Ellis Ross' formidable mother-in-law on ABC will be in Philadelphia on Thursday to talk about her new memoir.
Fox has been dogged by criticisms over its handling of sexual-harassment claims made against O'Reilly and the late Roger Ailes, former CEO of Fox News.
Both CNN and MSNBC had nonstop coverage of the election results all night. But Fox News largely ignored the results, at one point going over 100 minutes without mentioning the election.
No animals were harmed to make the show.