The New York Times will debut its first-ever Oscars advertisement during Sunday's Academy Awards telecast, and the president of the United States is none too thrilled about the content of the campaign.
The 30-second commercial, which is already online, serves to lambast the administration's reliance on "alternative facts" and "leaker"-hunting to explain away certain controversial matters -- and the ad is quick to outline a few, including his controversial Muslim Ban, his ties to Russia and Vladimir Putin, and escalating war with the media.
Bill Paxton, the Golden Globe- and Emmy-nominated actor who starred in Aliens and Titanic and the TV series Big Love and Training Day, has died unexpectedly at the age of 61.
A loving husband and father, Bill began his career in Hollywood working on films in the art department and went on to have an illustrious career spanning four decades as a beloved and prolific actor and filmmaker.
Most recently, he starred in CBS's Training Day and appeared in memorable roles on the silver screen with Edge of Tomorrow and Nightcrawler.
Freed from the baggage of establishing its premise -- it was smart of CBS to make the first two episodes available immediately from a pacing perspective --
The Good Fight is able to start revealing what its sensibilities are, and it turns out that it's pretty much the gear The Good Wife operated in when it was humming along in its early going.
Here, it's the matter of a doctor (Zachary Knighton) providing assistance to medical personnel in Syria via Skype.
 I was deeply satisfied by the final twist that the U.