Month: September 2018

Panthers knock it out of park with Reid signing

Panthers knock it out of park with Reid signing Yahoo Sports September 27, 2018, 7:50 PM GMT Sometimes in your work life, there are moments that pleasantly take you by surprise. Like the times a hard-ass boss compliments your work, or the short-lived bliss that flows after knowing you successfully completed a task. Well, that’s what experiencing David Tepper ’s first news conference as the owner of the Carolina Panthers back in May was like. I’m in my sixth year covering the NFL, so I’m all too used to the stodgy, self-important, stiff patriarchs who make up most of the league’s ownership. This isn’t always their fault. Generational wealth tends to do that to people, and make no mistake about it, the NFL is right up there with Major League Baseball as the most old-money sports league in America. So yeah, back in May at the NFL’s owners meetings in Atlanta, I wrongfully assumed that Tepper, a billionaire hedge-fund manager whose $2.3 billion purchase of the Panthers from old-school vanguard Jerry Richardson was made official then, would be like that, too. But he wasn’t. Not even close. The Panthers bolstered their secondary after signing free agent Eric Reid on Thursday. (AP) Instead, what we got during Tepper’s introductory media conference was a balding, bespectacled man with a quick grin and quirky sense of humor, someone who teased a well-known...

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'Stranger Things' 3: Release date, cast, fan theories & trailers

‘Stranger Things’ 3: Release date, cast, fan theories & trailers Sharethrough (Mobile) The ‘Stranger Things’ action figures feature the whole gang In December 2017, star David Harbour said fans “probably won’t get [Season 3] until sometime in 2019” because the Duffer brothers “need time” to write it. “Those guys work so hard,” he said. “I mean, they just sit in their apartment and write for 12, 14 hours a day.” How many episodes will there be in Stranger Things Season 3? Executive Producer Shawn Levy has revealed the episode count of the new series to Glamour . “We’re there....

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Murphy Brown returns to low ratings (and far from Roseanne) –

Murphy Brown returns to low ratings (and far from Roseanne) – James Hibberd September 28, 2018 at 11:06 AM EDT Murphy Brown returned to TV after 20 years off the air only to rank as CBS’ lowest-rated Thursday night comedy. The newsroom sitcom starring Candice Bergen premiered to considerably softer numbers than similarly hyped yesteryear sitcom revivals in recent seasons — such as NBC’s Will & Grace and ABC’s Roseanne. The heavily buzzed 9:30 p.m. premiere (which included a surprise Hillary Clinton cameo) was watched by 7.4 million viewers and had a 1.1 rating among adults 18-49 —...

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