This morning on NBC’s Today, 16-year-old U.S. Olympian Gabrielle “Gabby” Douglas talked to host Savannah Guthrie about her historic win yesterday at the Summer Olympic games in London, where Gabby became the first African-American to win a gold medal in the gymnastics individual all-around competition. During the interview, Gabby explains what she was thinking and feeling during the event, and she displays during the interview the same beyond-her-years poise with which she executed so brilliantly on the field of competition. And, of course, she flashes her now-famous smile on a few occasions.
What: 2013 Miss USA Competition When and Where: Sunday, June 16, live from 9-11pm ET, on NBC The 2013 Miss USA Competition will be held at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas for the sixth year in a row. Giuliana Rancic and Nick Jonas will serve as hosts of the 62nd annual event. Returning to the Miss USA telecast is Jeannie Mai, from Style Network’s How Do I Look?, who will go behind the scenes to engage with contestants, talent and fans throughout the broadcast. The 2013 Miss USA Competition features contestants from all 50 states and […]
Juliet and Nick can’t seem to catch a break. Between her finding out about his secret life and then getting involved in that secret life – e.g. having her memory erased by a cat, having to trade places with Adalind etc., – and now, when things finally seem like they’ve reached equilibrium, the scales get tipped.. After last episode’s much-needed ass whupping of Adalind, poor Juliette barely gets time to breathe (and maybe gloat a bit) before Nick comes home. In the interest of full disclosure (something neither she nor Nick seem particularly good at, or even inclined towards) and […]
The NBC 2016-17 primetime schedule has been announced. Robert Greenblatt, chairman of NBC Entertainment, says that his network has “managed to substantially stabilize our entire year-round schedule. … In addition to adding three new shows, we’ve moved only four existing shows to different time periods, as well as welcoming NFL football on Thursday.” One of the shows being moved is NBC’s hit drama Blindspot, which moves to Wednesdays at 8pm ET for its sophomore season. Among the newcomers for fall are Timeless, from Eric Kripke (Revolution) and Shawn Ryan (The Shield); This Is Us, from Dan Fogelman (Crazy, Stupid, Love) and The Good Place, from Mike Schur. […]