Understandably, all TV networks have to adapt to keep pace with a changing landscape. Just a few short years ago, we relied on The History Channel for educational programming rather than extra-terrestrial conspiracy theorists and original series, and now it seems that the notoriously stagnant CNN is looking to shake up its image in the coming years as well. Just what do they have in mind, and who might be the new face of the network?
Ending years of speculation, Anderson Cooper announced this morning that, yes, he is gay. Read on for his official comment and why he decided now was the right time to publicly come out of the closet.
Celebrity chef, TV host and author, Anthony Bourdain is making a bold career move, partnering up with CNN and presumably ending a six-year plus relationship with The Travel Channel. The Sunday prime time food and travel program will premiere in early 2013, according to a press release from the twenty-four-hour news network.
Ah, sitcom stars of the '80s and '90s. They never fail to amuse in their later years, or in this case horrify.