Americas Next Top Model biggest scandals from blackface to hypothermia

America's Next Top Model first erupted onto TV screens on May 20, 2003, and rapidly became a major success in the US and across the Atlantic. The show which saw budding and often extremely enthusiastic aspiring models compete for the Top model crown, ran for an incredible 15 years and had 24 nail-biting seasons. Supermodel

Tony Pollard, Cowboys snap losing skid with win over Saints

Their run game issues are far from being fixed, but the Dallas Cowboys powered through and snapped a two-game losing skid on Thursday night in New Orleans. The Cowboys, amid a COVID-19 outbreak that sidelined head coach Mike McCarthy and several other assistants, beat the Saints 27-17 behind big nights from CeeDee Lamb and Tony

Landmark UK TV Disability Report Urges Creation Of Facilities And Freelancer Funds; Calls For Mandatory Accessibility Co-ordinators

A landmark disability report from Jack Thorne’s Underlying Health Condition lobbying group has urged the creation of two industry funds: one to upgrade studios and facilities and the other to help disabled freelancers. Today’s Everyone Forgot About The Toilets report into disability in UK TV also called for mandatory Accessibility Co-ordinators on high-end productions, who would work

Marcus Lamb Dies: Founder Of Christian Television Network Daystar Was 64

Marcus Lamb, who founded the Texas-based Christian television network Daystar, died on Tuesday from complications of the coronavirus. He was 64 and his death was confirmed by his wife, Joni Lamb, on a show they cohosted on the network. Lamb was an outspoken critic of coronavirus vaccines and advised against inoculations. However, his wife said