A portion of the ticket proceeds will benefit the Salvation Army in Lodi.
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Lodi Comic Con Back After Cancelling In 2020 Due To PandemicA portion of the ticket proceeds will benefit the Salvation Army in Lodi.
Disneyland Reopens To 25% CapacityIt’s another step forward in California’s comeback from the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘Saved By The Bell’ Actor Dustin Diamond Dead At 44 Following Cancer DiagnosisActor Dustin Diamond, best known for his role as lovable geek Samuel “Screech” Powers on TV’s “Saved By The Bell”, has died, according to a spokesperson.
Taye Diggs in All AmericanCourtney talks to Taye Diggs about the upcoming season of All American.
BatwomanCourtney Dempsey talks to Javicia Leslie about her new role as Batwoman on the CW
GG TownsonActress G.G. Townson joined us this morning. She's playing Cheryl “Salt” James in the Salt N Pepa Lifetime biopic.
Stars of 'Bob Loves Abishola' Talk About Season 2!The second season of "Bob Hearts Abishola" is off and running, and Cody gets a recap from two of the stars!
"Future Retro" - New Warren Miller Ski FilmSomething special is coming to your living room next month, Warren Miller Entertainment's "Future Retro" is their 71st feature film, and Dina is talking to three of the stars of the film to get a preview!
Impractical Jokers: Dinner PartyIt's been a rough year (ya think?), so we could all use a good laugh. Joe Gatto and James Murray from Impractical Jokers join John to talk about how they're making their comedy work, even when they can't be together! We also revisit the last time the guys were on the show, and check in on camera guy Scott Z. to make sure he's ok.
That Animal Rescue ShowCody talks to Richard Linklater about his new 10-episode docuseries which features the people in Austin saving animals.
Stars Of Nickelodeon's 'The Astronauts'Nickelodeon's "The Astronauts" follows a group of kids who embark upon the adventure of a lifetime when they are mistakenly launched into space!
Eye On Entertainment - 9/24/20The 'Notorious RBG' and 'Star Trek Discovery' are part of today's Eye on Entertainment.
Kevin Frazier's Emmy WrapKevin Frazier from Entertainment Tonight was live with us to recap Sunday's EMMY Awards.
Hollywood Headlines - 8/24/20Check out these latest headlines from Tinsel Town and beyond!
Hollywood Headines 8/21/20Bill Murray and Rashida Jones start in a new Netflix drama-comedy. Plus, Ben Affleck is reprising his role as Batman. That, and more in today's headlines!
Hollywood Headlines - 9/19/20Cuties, Apple Music, and Tough as Nails
Hollywood Headlines - 8/1/8/20It's a twist on a Charles Dickens classic: "The Personal History of David Copperfield." And, the second season of Love Island is coming!
Hollywood Headlines - 8/6/20Love Island, The Sleepover, and Roc Nation are covered in today's Hollywood Headlines.
Reuben de Maid Talks About Show 'Being Reuben'Reuben de Maid, a 14-year old Welsh singer, influencer, and make-up expert, is giving the world a closer look at his life. We learn more about his new documentary series called "Being Reuben."
Hollwyood Headlines 8/4/20 - 'Get Duked', 'Teenage Bounty Hunters', 'Fantastic Fungi'On the Hollywood Headlines segment today, we're getting previews of "Get Duked", "Teenage Bounty Hunters", and "Fantastic Fungi."
Auburn Drive-In Weekend Concert Aims To Give People Live Music At A DistanceMore than a hundred people gathered at the Gold Country Fairgrounds on Saturday as part of a three-day drive-in weekend concert. The event’s goal doubled as a way to enjoy music amid the COVID-19 pandemic while raising money for the local fair.
Season 4 Of MacGyver Debuts FridayTonight, the phoenix rises from the ashes on the 4th season premiere of MacGyver. We sat down with the cast for the scoop on this upcoming season.
Jeff Goldblum Urges Lawmakers To Ban Single-Use Plastics In CAA push to pass first-in-the-nation California proposals to limit single-use plastic containers and other items drew support from actor Jeff Goldblum on Wednesday.
Actress Mary Tyler Moore Dead At Age 80TV icon Mary Tyler Moore has died at the age of 80, her publicist says. Moore was known for roles on the CBS programs "The Dick Van Dyke Show" in the 1960s, then "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" in the 1970s.