One of the people taking over for the TCM hosting duties of dearly departed, widely beloved host Robert Osborne will be Alec Baldwin. I guess it would have been hard to find anybody with Osborne’s ability to project amiability even if you were tuning in at 3 a.m. due to insomnia.
Robert Osborne—longtime Turner Classic Movies host, having been with the channel from its 1994 beginning, and a beloved mainstay who singlehandedly made cable worthwhile—has died at 84.
If you’ve passed by Turner Classic Movies on a recent Saturday afternoon, you might have noticed a new face. That would be Tiffany Vazquez, the latest addition to the channel’s lineup—and just the third host hired since TCM was launched in 1994.
What if you found out Martha Stewart was a lying liar who lived in an unimpressive apartment and couldn’t even cook? That’s essentially the premise of the sparkling 1945 romantic comedy Christmas in Connecticut.
Well, you done fucked up your Christmas shopping, because one of the gingham jumper getups worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz just sold for $1.56 million—and you didn’t buy it. It’s like you don’t even care.