"Chelsea Lately" fans and night owls probably already know who Jo Koy is. The Tacoma, Wash., born and raised comedian, 44, appeared in more than 100 episodes as a panelist on Chelsea Handler's E! talk show and will be a part of the snarky personality's latest project, due this fall on Netflix. Koy, born Joseph Glenn Herbert, also honed his funny bone with two Comedy Central specials, "Don't Make Him Angry" and "Lights Out."
Behind the doors of a nondescript three-story home in the Hollywood Hills, a 6-foot-plus jack-in-the-box stands guard over a kitchen and dining room striped in white and sea foam green. A life-size wooden flamingo leans down, off in a corner. An ice cream cone-shaped table and chair combo weirdly complements the oversized neon letters and massive chocolate-iced cupcake prop perched on the windowsill.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Wednesday he's proud of kicking one of the country's best-known Spanish-language journalists out of an Iowa news conference — the latest in a series of clashes with the media.
Dish Network and Sinclair Broadcast Group, one of the largest TV broadcasters in the U.S., said Wednesday they've agreed on the outline of a new contract, one day after Sinclair's channels went dark for Dish customers.
Live shots are a staple — often ridiculed — of television news that have become more risky in recent years even before a Virginia reporter and cameraman were shot and killed on the morning news on Wednesday.