In 2010, former Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor was charged with third-degree rape, patronizing a prostitute, sexual abuse, and endangering a child, after he had sex with a 16-year-old who’d been delivered to him against her will by a pimp, who’d punched her in the face in order to secure her compliance. Taylor…
Welcome to Megyn Kelly Today, Today, a daily column in which we will share the most memorable things that happened on Megyn Kelly Today every morning until we are no longer able to watch Megyn Kelly Today without feeling like there will be no tomorrow.
The fog that rolled in around halftime of the Patriots’ 23-7 win over the Falcons in Foxboro might have been something of a mercy for viewers, unless you’re a weirdo who was really into seeing Atlanta run some of the most questionable play-calling since ... well, since the last time these two teams met.
In her first month as a morning show host, Megyn Kelly has experienced visible growing pains, after matriculating from a toxic conservative media outlet into millions of liberal American households.
“And let’s face it: the Giants are coming off a worse week than Harvey Weinstein, and they’re up by 14 points!”
Formula One will move from NBC to ESPN for the 2018 race season, according to multiple reports. The reported move will be the first time in five years that F1 has switched television networks in the U.S., since the NBC deal—which the CEO of F1’s new owners called a “popcorn fart” earlier this year—began in 2013.
Have you been loving NBC’s amazing English Premier League coverage these past few years, as they’ve coupled smart and engaging studio and commentary teams with unparalleled access to the matches through multi-channel broadcasts and a streaming service that brought every single league game live to your computer or…
It’s music to everyone’s ears to hear some enraged fan tell NBC hockey commentator Mike Milbury that he “fucking sucks.” He does fucking suck!
It’s times like this you wonder if the Blue Jackets were in the Final how many f-bombs John Tortorella could sneak onto live television. At least four more than Peter Laviolette did, we think.
Despite still looking like a lad fresh out of short pants, Bob Costas is 64 years old and could not continue as the face of NBC Sports forever. His heir has been apparent since last year when NBC hired Mike Tirico, but the transition is happening quicker than we expected.
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A potentially huge moment in last night’s game resulted in a thud, when Raiders receiver Amari Cooper got turned around by a weirdly fluttering long throw, and couldn’t track down what might’ve gone for a big touchdown. Based on the video, some fans are wondering if the ball might’ve clipped a wire on the Skycam. NBC…
It’s been five days since leaked audio from a 2005 taping of Access Hollywood revealed long-time NBC employee Billy Bush to be the type of man who not only laughs off stories about sexist behavior (and sexual assaults) told by powerful men, but actually joins in to get a laugh or two of his own.
Why was the Washington Post the first outlet to publish the now notorious video of Donald Trump saying horrific things to a braying Billy Bush? According to the Post, NBC, which owns Access Hollywood, had the video first, but delayed reporting on it because of a lengthy legal review:
The Washington Post is reporting that NBC News had the recently-leaked footage of Donald Trump bragging about sexual assault four days before the tape was released. But NBC was holding onto the footage while lawyers finished reviewing it—meaning that they were scooped by the Post, who vetted the story and ran it in…
Sunday night’s Chiefs-Steelers game lost all semblance of competitiveness by the second quarter, but if you stuck around for the dregs of the fourth quarter, you heard NBC sideline reporter Michele Tafoya talk about the memes of the week.
I don’t watch American Ninja Warrior all that often, but every time I do I find myself enjoying it far more than I expected. Last night, NBC aired Week 1 of the National Finals, and it was a rad time. Bunches of seasoned competitors were undone by a particularly difficult course, and Jessie Graff became the first…
It’s almost September, which means it’s almost time to pack the kids off to school, get out the coats (oh god, please let this heat finally recede), and get ready for the new TV season to begin. Some of these shows even manage without time travel!
As in years past, NBC went heavy on the razor blade in trimming down last night’s closing ceremony to a time that allowed for commercials and a Very Special Episode of The Voice. The festivities in Rio took two hours, 43 minutes to complete; NBC aired one hour, 40 minutes of them. That left 38% of the show on the…