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NYTimes ArtsMar 30, 2020
President Trump's Prime-Time Pandemic
The coronavirus briefings have given Donald Trump a regularly scheduled reality show again — or, rather, a create-your-own-reality show.

Playbill NewsMar 30, 2020
How to Support a Theatre Company and Stream a Show While Social Distancing
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, many regional theatres are moving to digital; here's how to join.

How the Late-Night Shows Are Handling Coronavirus Quarantine (Vulture)

Yahoo! BooksMar 30, 2020
Fox News reportedly fears its early downplaying of COVID-19 leaves it open to lawsuits
Fox Business announced Friday that it has "parted ways" with Trish Regan, a prime time host who gained notoriety for suggesting on her March 9 show that the COVID-19 coronavirus was a politically motivated "scam." The decision "took some journalists and anchors at the network by surprise," The New York Times reports, because "Fox executives are accustomed to withstanding public pressure, and rarely make personnel moves that can be construed as validating criticisms of the network."Fox Business wished Regan the best and said the network "will continue our reduced live primetime schedule for the foreseeable future" to focus on "the coronavirus crisis." On MNSBC Sunday morning, Vanity Fair's Gabriel Sherman said ousting Regan appears to be part of a larger effort to limit legal liability tied to the disconnect between Fox's public and private responses to the pandemic.In early March, "Fox News tried to do their original playbook, which was dismiss it as a hoax, say that this is another partisan attempt by Democrats to hurt Donald Trump, and this was the case where they could not prevent reality," Sherman said. "Fox News is a very powerful media organization, but it cannot stop people from dropping dead." He added: When I've been talking to Fox insiders over the last few days, there's a real concern inside the network that their early downplaying of the coronavirus actually exposes Fox News to potential legal action by viewers who maybe were misled and actually have died fro

Yahoo! BooksMar 29, 2020
A New York nurse shared a chilling photo of coronavirus victims to show 'the ghastly reality of what' medical workers deal with on frontlines
The harrowing image shows the bodies of deceased COVID-19 patients being stored in a refrigerated truck outside the ambulance bay.

Yahoo! BooksMar 29, 2020
Jeanine Pirro responds to critics of appearance on Fox News show
Pro-Trump anchor appeared late and apparently disheveled on Saturday night, leading to social media speculationPresenting from home has become a new normal for TV hosts during the coronavirus outbreak, but for one of Donald Trump's favorite personalities, things did not go so well on Saturday night.Jeanine Pirro missed the entire first segment of her show Justice with Judge Jeanine on Fox News and appeared disheveled when she did finally appear, her hair noticeably and uncharacteristically non-coiffured.Fox News issued a statement on Sunday blaming "technical difficulties" for the spectacle and seeking to excuse the mishaps by pointing out that it, like others in such challenging times, was operating "with a reduced staff working remotely to ensure the health and safety of our employees".Pirro defended herself in a lunchtime tweet that claimed her hair was out of place because of an audio device in her ear with "no staff around to notice"."I was in a truck that was not prepared to broadcast [because] we had no connection, no visual and no teleprompter," she wrote.The explanations cut little ice with social media users, however, several of whom suggested alternative reasons for what they saw.Aaron Rupar, a Vox journalist, questioned the wisdom of allowing Pirro to appear at all."OMG. What is Fox doing putting someone on the air in [that] condition?," he wrote.Pirro, 68, told another Twitter user: "Keep hating. U wear it well."The former US district attorney has often won praise from Trump for her sup

VultureMar 29, 2020
The Great British Baking Show Delays New Season Due to Coronavirus Concerns
Ready. Set. Tears.

Yahoo! TVMar 29, 2020
Jeanine Pirro, Fox News blame erratic at-home show on 'technical difficulties' — while Gretchen Carlson criticizes TV host
The "Justice with Judge Jeanine" star responded to a commenter who said she had "drunk girl hair."

Yahoo! TVMar 25, 2020
Floyd Cardoz, Winner of ‘Top Chef Masters' Season 3, Dies at 59 From Coronavirus Complications
Floyd Cardoz, the winner of "Top Chef Masters" Season 3, has died due to complications from the coronavirus. He was 59.His family confirmed his death to Indian publication Cardoz admitted himself to a New York hospital on March 8, shortly after his return from India, according to his Instagram account.Cardoz was also featured on Season 2 of Netflix's "Ugly Delicious," a travelogue show following James Beard Award-winning chef David Chang. "I don't want to believe this," Chang wrote Wednesday on Twitter."People may not realize it, but so much of the food you eat today was influenced by Floyd when he was the cdc at Lespinasse with the late chef Grey Kunz," he continued. "The family tree that branched out of that hall of fame kitchen changed gastronomy in America for the better."Also Read: Stuart Gordon, Director of Cult Horror Films 'Re-Animator' and 'Just Beyond,' Dies at 72"But as great as a chef as Floyd was, he was a better person and amazing dad. I will miss you so much Floyd," Chang concluded."Bravo and the ‘Top Chef' family are deeply saddened by the passing of Chef Floyd Cardoz.  Floyd was a talented chef who competed and won ‘Top Chef Masters.'" said a network spokesperson. "He was thoughtful, kind and his smile illuminated a room. He was an inspiration to chefs around the world and we offer our deepest sympathy to his family and friends."TheWrap also reached out to Netflix seeking comment on Cardoz's passing. We did not immedi
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