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’s Yael Stone Accuses Geoffrey Rush of Alleged Sexual Misconduct
The Australian actress starred across from Rush in a 2010 production of
The Diary of a Madman
CBS Settled With Eliza Dushku for $9.5 Million Settlement for Harassment on
The actress claims to have been written off the show after speaking up for herself.
Cybill Shepherd Says Rebuffing an Advance From Les Moonves Got Her Show Canceled
Shepherd says the former head of CBS propositioned her over dinner.
Just for Laughs Founder Gilbert Rozon Charged With Rape, Indecent Assault
Multiple women came forward with sexual-misconduct allegations against Rozon last year.
Carrie Ann Inaba Officially Replacing Julie Chen on
Mrs. Chen Moonves approves.
Gene Simmons Is Being Sued for Sexual Battery Again
The new lawsuit is remarkably similar to the last one he settled out of court.
Harvey Weinstein Sends Email Describing ‘One Hell of a Year’
Weinstein is still facing charges over two of his victims.
Les Moonves Kept Employee On Call for Oral Sex, According to CBS Investigation
The New York
has released the CBS internal report.
Screening Evacuated After Threat
The anonymous caller reportedly placed the call from Chicago.
Neil deGrasse Tyson Addressed His Sexual Misconduct Accusations on Facebook
“I’m the accused, so why believe anything I say? Why believe me at all?”
Neil deGrasse Tyson Is Under Investigation for Sexual Misconduct
Three women have now come forward with allegations.
WME and Ari Emanuel Tried to Keep Agent Who Assaulted Terry Crews
Crews reported the assault to Ari Emanuel in 2016.
Mike Schur Would Work with Aziz Ansari Again
“The cure for any bad behavior, any systematic bad behavior, any calcified bad behavior, is to be like, sorry!”
The 69th National Book Awards Reminded Us It’s a Big World Out There
With awards to Isabel Allende and Sigrid Nunez and a revived translated-book prize.
Idra Novey on Fascists, Pot, #MeToo and Her Chillingly Timely New Novel
Those Who Knew
involves a charismatic senator in an island nation with familiar skeletons in his closet.
Ezra Miller Says He Was Harassed by a Director When He Was Underage
“I thought we all knew we were sex workers.”
’ Misconduct Episode Is Depressing and Unnecessary
As a defense of an accused man, “Bright and High Circle” fails as both a drama and a polemic.
House of Cards
Team Wrote Their Final Season. Then They Wrote It Again.
How the writers’ room regrouped (and killed off Frank Underwood) in the wake of the Kevin Spacey allegations.
Ezra Miller Thinks We Should Drop Bad Men ‘Like Flies’
last night on late night
Jonah Hill Is Welcomed Into a Post-Time’s Up Five-Timers Club on
Turns out all famous men are creeps. Who knew?
We Always Knew a Louis C.K. Comeback Would Be Easy
The comedian’s return to the comedy-club scene has arrived without much resistance.
Elisabeth Moss, Tyra Banks, and More on What’s Changed in Hollywood Post-#MeToo
“I would say the way certain male directors have spoken to me is different.”
Sarah Silverman Says She Allowed Louis C.K. to Masturbate in Front of Her
“It’s all very black and white until it comes to your front door and the ‘bad guy’ is someone you love.”
Comedy Cellar Owner on Louis C.K.: ‘He’s Not Banned by Any Means’
“That’s why we have the ‘swim at your own risk’ policy.”
Bryan Singer Slams Upcoming
Article on His Sexual Misconduct Allegations
He’s getting ahead of the publication.
Natalie Portman Lays Out How Women Can ‘Gossip Well’ in the Age of Time’s Up
“If a man says to you a woman is crazy or difficult, ask him, ‘What bad thing did you do to her?’”
Ted Alexandro Wants His Viral Louis C.K. Stand-up Set to Speak for Itself
“Trust is earned. If you’re talking into a microphone in front of hundreds or thousands of people, it’s because your point of view is trusted.”
Rose McGowan Calls Out ‘Douchebags,’ ‘Losers’ of Hollywood’s Time’s Up Movement
“How do I explain the fact that I got a GQ Man of the Year award and no women’s magazines and no women’s organizations have supported me?”
Steven Seagal Stomps Out of Interview When Asked About Rape Allegation
On the BBC.
As #MeToo Turns One, the Kavanaugh Case Tells Us How Far the Movement Has Come
The arguments that we’ve gone “too far” are alive and well, one year later.
Jimmy Kimmel Says ‘the Audience Decides’ on Comedy Comebacks Like Louis C.K.
“I think people tend to focus on the one or two people who walk out of a situation like that.”
Connie Chung Reveals She Was Sexually Assaulted in Her 20s
In an open letter to Christine Blasey Ford.
Brett Ratner Drops His Libel Suit Against Rape Accuser
“This is a win for women everywhere,” Kohler’s attorney Roberta Kaplan said in a statement.
Senior Staffer Remains, Despite Numerous Abuse Allegations
Former crew members described inappropriate touching and referred to the director of photography as a “tyrant.”
Time’s Up Announces Lisa Borders As First President and CEO
She was previously president of the WNBA.
Louis C.K. Performed at the Comedy Cellar (Again) Last Night
It’s been about a month since he last showed up at the NYC venue.
CBS Subpoenaed in New York in Les Moonves Sexual Misconduct Investigation
The New York County District Attorney’s Office and the New York City Commission on Human Rights are looking into allegations made against him.
The Kavanaugh Hearings Gave MSNBC Its Biggest Daytime Ratings Ever
But during Kavanaugh’s testimony, Fox News drew more viewers than MSNBC and CNN combined.
A Comedian Walks Into the Comedy Cellar, Can’t Not Talk About Louis C.K.
“It’s not fair that men should lose everything in a flash! And by ‘everything’ I mean hardly anything, and by ‘in a flash’ I mean a decade later.”
Padma Lakshmi Pens New York
Op-Ed About Being Raped at 16
“I didn’t report it. Not to my mother, not to my friends and certainly not to the police.”
Addresses the Silencing of Women
’s very meta fifth season, women are ignored and assert themselves in spite of it.
Alyssa Milano Shares Why She Didn’t Report Her Assault
She wrote an essay on why she didn’t report the sexual assault she experienced as a teen, and rebuked Donald Trump’s comments about Christine Ford.
Alyssa Milano, Padma Lakshmi, Mira Sorvino Come Forward with #WhyIDidntReport
The new hashtag encouraged celebrities to share stories of why their assaults went unreported.
’s Powerful Episode About High-School Sexual Assault
The podcast’s “A High School Assault” is a quiet, bracing, and emotional listen.
Bryan Singer Has Also Decided to Make a Comeback
A source said the studio behind the project believes that “none of the allegations seem to have merit.”
Sean Penn Says the Spirit of #MeToo Movement Is to ‘Divide Men and Women’
The women Sean Penn talks to don’t feel represented by the #MeToo movement, according to Sean Penn.
Julie Chen Takes a Stand for Les Moonves While Hosting
It was the littlest big statement possible, but it happened.
Here’s How Les Moonves Lost the Support of CBS
It wasn’t just the harassment allegations.
Time’s Up Calls for More Changes at CBS
“We ask that you not dishonor the bravery of those who have come forward by spending that money unwisely.”
Norm Macdonald Defends Louis C.K., Chris Hardwick, and Roseanne in New Interview
“Of course, people will go, ‘What about the victims?’ But you know what? The victims didn’t have to go through that.”