Big Brother 15 contestants are horribly racist, some NBC pilots get second chances and more


Big Brother 15 is making headlines for all the wrong reasons. A bunch of house guests have been caught on camera making racist, homophobic and sexist remarks. Hopefully CBS will step in and that these people can face the consequences of their actions. I think a lot of people would like the network to not edit out the comments so that the viewers can see how disgusting these people are. Hopefully they are removed from the house. Jokers Updates has a list of comments made by Aaryn, Spencer, GinaMarie, Kaitlyn, Jeremy and Amanda — check it out here.

— Fox has rescued John Mulaney‘s NBC pilot which was dismissed last month. Produced by Lorne Michaels, the comedy was also set to star Martin Short.

— Meanwhile, NBC is keeping their eyes on a few other potentials series: the Craig Robinson pilot about a former musician who becomes a middle school teacher, Assistance starring Krysten Ritter and Alfred Molina and John StamosI Am Victor.

— NBC is also interested in Mark Burnett‘s follow up to The Bible.

— Woah, Superman! Henry Cavill is apparently dating The Big Bang Theory‘s Kaley Cuoco.

— Over the weekend I told you that a bunch of Glee stars were exiting the series…well, it looks like Jayma Mays (Emma) is also on her way out. The actress who only returned to recur last season has signed on to Will Arnett‘s new CBS comedy, The Millers.

— Brenda and Kelly together again — with Steve! Shannen Doherty and Jennie Garth reunited over the weekend in Las Vegas to attend Ian Ziering‘s Chippendales Show.

— Here’s a look at NBC’s new summer series, Camp, which stars Rachel Griffiths:


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