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Sarah Huckabee Sanders Finally Gets the Impersonation Treatment She Deserves
“I like you because you’re the white one.”
Jerrod Carmichael Says NBC Shouldn’t Have Pulled
’s Gun Episode
“What it says is you don’t think that America is smart enough to handle real dialogue.”
the tv industry
Talk Show Switching to a Weekly Format
Season two is coming in April.
In Praise of the Late-Night Shows That Got Real About Election 2016
A salute to the programs last night that got emotional about what’s happening in the country right now.
Chelsea Clinton Discusses What Her Mom Taught Her About Trump’s Criticism
Criticize her all you want … she doesn’t care.
Shannen Doherty Discusses Fighting Cancer, Makes Chelsea Handler Cry
Hilary Swank Shares Dramatic Pay-Gap Experience
Because he had been “hot” in one film.
Celebrity Apprentices Will Not Vote for Trump
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‘Chelsea,’ Netflix’s Foray Into Late Night, Is Disappointingly Familiar
“I’m finally getting to do the exact kind of show that I’ve always wanted to do,” Chelsea Handler says early in the first episode of her new […]
Watch Chelsea Handler’s Netflix Talk Show Trailer: ‘My Name Is Oprah’
Coming three days a week starting May 11.
Chelsea Handler Goes International in the Trailer for Her Netflix Talk Show
Chelsea Handler returns to Netflix this week with the debut of her talk show Chelsea, and today the streaming network dropped the first […]
Lisa Spellman’s 303 Gallery Moving to Norman Foster High-Rise
Respected gallery, now in a fancy condo tower. A tale of the evolution of West Chelsea.
Should Lower East Side Galleries Close Sundays?
This may seem like a trivial question, but it’s actually about the art world’s whole balance of power.
Chelsea Gallerists on Hurricane Sandy’s Damage and Their Reopening Plans
A portrait of the flood.
Trade Roundup: ¡Rob!, Chelsea Handler
- Rob Schneider’s midseason sitcom has been given an inverted exclamation point and a start date. ¡Rob! will premiere on January 12. Lord help […]
10 Things We Learned at Chelsea’s New Art Season
Artworks have shrunk, but sex still sells — and much more.