One of your favorite SNL cast members will officially say goodbye this weekend... and Kerry Washington's hit show "Scandal" is saying goodbye after next season.
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Dennis Quaid to Play George W. Bush in Katrina: American Crime Story
FX’s Hurricane Katrina limited series has found its George W. Bush. Katrina: American Crime Story executive producer Ryan Murphy has cast Dennis Quaid to play the former president in the Emmy-winning anthology drama series. Quaid joins a heavy-hitting cast that includes Matthew Broderick playing (FEMA Director Michael D. Brown. “Brownie,” as President George W. Bush dubbed him, was handed the FEMA reins despite lacking any qualifications for the job and was perceived as being in over his head.
‘Scandal’ Will End Next Year, ABC Confirms
ABC president Channing Dungey confirmed that Kerry Washington’s hit ABC drama will in fact come to a close after its 7th season. “I’ve had conversation with Shonda for a while, she had a sense of how she wanted the story to end,” Dungey said. “I always prefer to end a show where you’re feeling creatively on top.” The executive added that “Scandal’s” loyal fans “are going to want the story to end in the way that Shonda wanted it to.”
Bobby Moynihan Exits Saturday Night Live
Bobby Moynihan will leave Saturday Night Live following the season finale this weekend. His exit from the show had been expected since CBS last week picked up comedy series Me, Myself & I in which he is set to star.
Top Chef Is Releasing A Kids' Competition Spin-Off
After 11 years on Bravo, Top Chef will be getting some kid-friendly pizzaz. The spin-off, named Top Chef Junior, will be hosted by Vanessa Lachey and Australian chef Curtis Stone. The kitchen challenges will be similar to those on the original show with kids ages 9-14yrs old. The 14-episode series begins in October.
Christina El Moussa Fires Back at Ex Tarek After His Instagram Post
It all began last Thursday, May 11, when Tarek posted a photo to Instagram that showed him under a sign that read "No guns, weapons of any type." He added the words "or helicopters," and tagged Christina, adding a middle finger emoji. This is in reference to the infamous fight the couple had last May when police were called to the house because of a "possibly suicidal male with a gun." The helicopter was included, because that's how police arrived at the couple's house that day. Christina responded with a photo of her own — this time it was the Empire State Building, along with the quote, "No time for BS when you're building an empire."