Fri, May 27
Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson surely had their own careers and fame when they formed a country-music supergroup. Producer-director Jim Brown's new documentary "The Highwaymen: Friends Till the End" recalls the quartet's tandem success through a bounty of concert footage -- some of it previously unseen -- and interviews with surviving members Nelson and Kristofferson as well as Jennings' widow Jessi Colter and others.
FOX News Channel’s "FOX & Friends" All-American Summer Concert Series will kick off with American country singer Dustin Lynch this morning at 8am ET. Known for his hit singles “Mind Reader” and “Where It’s At,” Lynch will perform some of his greatest hits as well as dish on what it’s like being a country music superstar and his upcoming summer tour.
Guy is seeking out ultimate pizza parlor destinations all over the nation in the aptly named new "Pizza Party" episode. He finds everything from classic Italian pies in Anaheim, Calif., home of Disneyland, and more exotic fare such as elk sausage pizza in Idaho. Not far away from that, in Jackson, Wyo., Guy samples a chicken pizza, but there's also a truly monster pie in Denver, Mediterranean-style 'za in Arizona and even curry in Kansas City, Mo. Another new episode, this one meat-related, airs later tonight.
"Be careful what you wish for," an adage says -- and Professor Frink (voice of Hank Azaria) learns it firsthand in "Love Is in the N2-O2-Ar-CO2-Ne-He-CH4." (Yes, that's really the title.) The scientist uses what he knows to make himself more appealing to the opposite sex, and ends up being way too successful at it. A Valentine's Day visit to Grampa (voice of Dan Castellaneta) unsettles some of the Simpsons. Another episode follows.