Let the battle of the spatulas begin: Four staffers from Martha Stewart's show tried to sneak into a taping of junior domestic diva Rachael Ray's show last week, but a security guard who works for both shows recognized them and had them ejected. Ray's show, which begins today on its nationally syndicated run, will compete against Stewart's daytime show, which has garnered only so-so ratings thus far.
But a Page Six source says that Ray's show has nothing to hide:... Read More
8 P.M. (ESPN) THE 16TH MAN In 1995, just a year after the overthrow of apartheid and as the new government of Nelson Mandela was seeking to rebuild the nation, South Africa hosted the Rugby World Cup. Despite having only one nonwhite player, the South African Springboks gained the support of the country and, bucking heavy odds, beat the New Zealand All Blacks. Afterward, Mr. Mandela, far left,wearing a Springboks jersey, walked to the center of the pitch and shook hands with the team's captai... Read More
The Bold and the Beautiful has won best drama series at the 36th Daytime Emmy Awards, the soap opera's first such win since it began 22 years ago."It's sweeter after 22 years, it didn't come in five or 10 or 15 years," said the US show's executive producer, Bradley Bell.
Bell's late father, William J Bell, co-created another famous US soap, The Young and the Restless.
It picked up three awards, including best actor for Christian LeBlanc.
It was LeBlanc's third Emmy. He plays Michael Bal... Read More