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'The Bachelor' Episode 3 recap: A tale of nannies and Backstreet Boys

Welcome to RedEye's coverage of “The Bachelor,” arguably the most misogynistic show on television! The format is pretty simple: We each drafted seven or eight of the 30 competing women. Everyone gets one point for every woman who gets through each week. You know what sounds really good? Some cut...

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  • Chicago's own Whitney to play 'Colbert' Thursday

    Chicago's own Whitney to play 'Colbert' Thursday

    Chicago septet Whitney will perform on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" Thursday night. Whitney, co-founded by former Smith Westerns guitarist Max Kakacek and Unknown Mortal Orchestra's Julien Ehrlich, released its debut album "Light Upon the Lake" in June of 2016 to critical acclaim.  Known...

  • 'The Bachelor' Season 21 premiere recap: I'm a dolphin

    'The Bachelor' Season 21 premiere recap: I'm a dolphin

    Welcome to RedEye's coverage of “The Bachelor,” arguably the most misogynistic show on television! The format is pretty simple: We each drafted seven or eight of the 30 competing women. Everyone gets one point for every woman who gets through each week. As the Bachelor, Nick Viall is pretty polarizing....

  • 'The Bachelor' season 21

    'The Bachelor' season 21

  • Megyn Kelly leaving Fox News, will host 2 shows on NBC

    Megyn Kelly leaving Fox News, will host 2 shows on NBC

    Megyn Kelly, the Fox News star who's had a contentious relationship with President-elect Donald Trump, said Tuesday that she's leaving the network for NBC News, where she will host a daytime talk show and a weekend newsmagazine, as well as contribute to breaking news coverage. NBC News made the...

  • Mariah Carey bungles New Year's Eve show, stops singing on live TV

    Mariah Carey bungles New Year's Eve show, stops singing on live TV

    After a brief, flawless "Auld Lang Syne," it was all downhill for Mariah Carey on New Year's Eve. A representative for the million-selling superstar cited technical difficulties for a disastrous appearance on "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest," which aired on ABC and was the...

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  • A&E pulls controversial reality show about the KKK after learning producers paid hate-group members

    A&E pulls controversial reality show about the KKK after learning producers paid hate-group members

     The A&E network has announced that it is pulling a reality show about the Ku Klux Klan, which was set to air next month, after executives discovered that outside producers for the series paid members of the group for their participation.  The network said that “Escaping the KKK,” a series about...

  • Lena Dunham apologizes for saying 'I wish I had' an abortion

    Lena Dunham apologizes for saying 'I wish I had' an abortion

    Lena Dunham has apologized for saying she wished she had an abortion. Dunham made the comment on last week's episode of her "Women Of The Hour" podcast while talking about a self-realization. She said that even though she speaks against stigmatizing abortion, she found herself saying adamantly...

  • 'The Bachelor' fantasy league launched by ABC with ESPN's help

    'The Bachelor' fantasy league launched by ABC with ESPN's help

    ABC's "The Bachelor" has always seemed ripe for the fantasy league treatment -- and indeed, legions of unofficial brackets and leagues have been in place for years. But now, ABC has officially gamified the series, launching a "The Bachelor" fantasy league of its own. In a classic example of Mouse...

  • Chance the Rapper performs on final 'SNL' episode of 2016

    Chance the Rapper performs on final 'SNL' episode of 2016

    Chance the Rapper capped off his impressive year with multiple performances Saturday on "Saturday Night Live."Chance performed "Finish Line/Drown" with fellow Chicago native Noname and "Same Drugs" with Francis and the Lights. He also participated in a parody of Run DMC's "Christmas in Hollis"...

  • What's leaving Netflix: January 2017

    What's leaving Netflix: January 2017

    Netflix is saying goodbye to 2016. It’s also saying goodbye to a handful of "30 for 30" titles, the “Bring it On” franchise and “Saved By the Bell.” All is fair in Netflix and chilling. Make sure to check these titles out before they’re gone. Jan. 130 for 30: Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The...

  • What's streaming on Netflix: January 2017

    What's streaming on Netflix: January 2017

    2016 has been going on for way too long, and Netflix apparently feels the same way. This month, the streaming service released its January lineup early, and we’re happy with what’s coming. So make plans to not make plans this January, because winter sucks and people are overrated but Netflix is...

  • Don't let Chance the Rapper decorate your Christmas tree

    Don't let Chance the Rapper decorate your Christmas tree

    Chicago's Chance the Rapper reached new heights in his career this year, but he didn't pick the best ladder to decorate the large Rockefeller Center Christmas tree with "Manchester by the Sea" star Casey Affleck. "I don't think we thought this through," Affleck said in a promo released Wednesday...

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