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Blaming Trump and his ‘baggage,’ Schwarzenegger bails on ‘Celebrity Apprentice’

The series didn’t exactly roar out of the gate when it debuted on Jan. 2, just a few weeks before Trump’s inauguration. It premiered with just under 5 million viewers, which marked a 27 percent drop from the previous season under Trump. The season finale, which aired on Feb. 13, finished last in its time slot among the four major broadcast networks.

The feud between Donald Trump and Arnold Schwarzenegger continues

Arnold Schwarzenegger, who immigrated to the U.S. from Austria, on Monday said President Trump’s executive order banning immigrants’ entry to the United States was “badly vetted” (that’s an oft-heard criticism) and “makes us look stupid” (that’s a flourish) in an interview with “Extra’s” Mario Lopez.

Gia, a Greyhound, wins the National Dog Show

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade kicked off a day of annual traditions, but if you’re a dog lover, the real show began at noon. We’re talking about the National Dog Show.

NBC suspends Billy Bush for role on Trump tape

NEW YORK – Just like Donald Trump is being watched in Sunday’s debate to see how he responds to a recently surfaced videotape of a crude conversation about women, NBC “Today” show personality Billy Bush will likely have some explaining to do when he resurfaces on the air. When that will be isn’t clear. An NBC News spokesman said Sunday Bush will not appear Monday as host of the “Today” third hour at 9 a.m., a job he’s held for two months. No further details were provided.

Kristen Bell is well cast in ‘The Good Place’ as someone sent to heaven by mistake

In the smart and delightful “The Good Place,” which got a two-episode preview Monday before taking up its regular time slot Thursday, Kristen Bell plays Eleanor, who opens her eyes to find herself in the afterlife. Ted Danson is Michael – a famous angel name, though the milieu is essentially secular – who manages and also designed the portion of it where Eleanor has been assigned to spend eternity.

Rio Olympics kept NBC on top last week

The Olympics in their final week were still golden for NBC. Once again, NBC’s nightly prime-time averages took the week’s top seven Nielsen slots. And NBC again left rival networks far behind in overall viewership.

Is NBC’s prime-time Olympics due for a change?

A former journalist turned college professor, Kelly Whiteside is watching NBC’s prime-time Olympics coverage this month for the first time in 16 years. She’s surprised at what she’s found – not because the programs have changed so much, but because they haven’t.

Olympic video and VR: Guide to watching without a TV

NBC is making 4,500 hours of Olympics coverage available at and the NBC Sports app, starting with preliminary soccer events on Wednesday, two days before Friday’s formal start of the Olympics. The online coverage includes every single event live.