The hit late-night talk show from Charlamagne Tha God returns to Comedy Central, and HipHopWired was on hand for the season premiere and got to talk to the host afterward for his insight on the direction for the season ahead.

When I first heard that Desus and Mero would not be returning to Showtime for a fifth season—I an’t gon’ lie—my heart sank. I was in a salty mood for most of that day. You have to understand, they were heroes of mine. They reminded me of me and my boys sitting in an apartment […]

Trevor Noah spoke about the controversy of missing text messages from January 6th from the Secret Service. On the Tuesday episode of "The Daily Show", he opined about how easy it was for them to suddenly not have any record of conversations of those days but have copies of texts from other cases.


Matt & Ross Duffer, the team behind "Stranger Things", announced the launch of Upside Down Pictures, a new company that will create new TV and stage projects in collaboration with Netflix. The company hired former BBC America producer Hilary Levitt to oversee production and development.

Chef Alton Brown who is a staple of the Food Network and host of several shows had a mic drop moment on Netflix’s Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend. 

Hulu has released a trailer for a new ten-part documentary series on the rise of the Los Angeles Lakers franchise. The series, entitled Legacy: "The True Story of the LA Lakers", will feature interviews with a few of the team's great figures including Magic Johnson and Shaquille O'Neal.

Part two of the fourth season of Stranger Things kicks off on Netflix on July 1. Until then, we got hit with a trailer and it looks like it’s only upping the ante on the action as the characters we’ve come to love face peril.

President Joe Biden made an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Wednesday night, chatting with the host in a more serious manner about the things troubling the country from gun control to abortion rights.

Ewan McGregor, who plays the Jedi Obi-Wan Kenobi in the new Disney+ series, has spoken out strongly against the racist online abuse that his co-star, Moses Ingram has received since the show's debut along with Disney through social media. "if you’re sending her bullying messages, you’re no Star Wars fan in my mind," he said in a video posted to Twitter on Tuesday.

Sage Steele has filed a lawsuit against her ESPN employers and their parent company, alleging they violated her First Amendment rights and breached her contract in the wake of her being off the air in September 2021 after making comments about the network's vaccine mandate and questioning former President Barack Obama's Blackness.

Less than one week after Blac Chyna took to social media to reveal she was losing three cars due to not receiving child support from either Tyga or Rob Kardashian, Blac Chyna announced..

Whoopi Goldberg feels that Will Smith will "be fine", sharing her opinion in a discussion about the actor on the daytime talk show "The View" The segment discussion was prompted by news of film projects Smith had with Netflix and Sony being put on hold.