The former TV host is using NBC’s renewed blackface controversy to minimize the ordeal that got her fired from the network.
Comedians like Tina Fey, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon have issued apologies or erased episodes of their shows over blackface. It’s the barest minimum, writes Cassie da Costa.
In conversation with The Daily Beast, the network-free TV star wouldn’t say whether she found Reade’s claims to be credible.
“We at Wigdor LLP firmly believe that every survivor of sexual assault has the right to competent legal counsel," Douglas Wigdor wrote in a press release, Thursday.
The new Hulu series “Mrs. America,” starring Cate Blanchett as Phyllis Schlafly, is only the latest flashy project attempting to “humanize” a public menace.
The “Real Time’ host welcomed the former Fox Newser onto his HBO show. It went about as well as you thought it would.
Following the release of “Bombshell,” four female ex-Fox reporters gathered to talk about the harassment they allegedly faced.