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Pete Davidson To Star As Fictional Version of Himself In Comedy Series Produced By Lorne Michaels
EXCLUSIVE: Longtime Saturday Night Live cast member Pete Davidson is headlining his own comedy series inspired by his life, I have learned. Davidson is poised to play the lead in the project, tentatively titled Bupkis, which he is co-writing with his long-time friend and collaborator Dave Sirus as well as Judah Miller (Crashing). Deals are still being finalized for the series, which hails from SNL honcho Lorne Michaels’s Broadway Video and Universal Television where the company is under a deal. Bupkis is described as a raw, unflinching, fictionalized version of Pete Davidson’s real life.
NEW YORK (AP) — Major League Baseball and NBC agreed to a new Sunday morning package of broadcast streams that will start at 11:30 a.m. and noon EDT.
The deal that requires all other big league games on those days to be scheduled to start no earlier than 1:30 p.m.
The package announced Wednesday starts May 8, with the Chicago White Sox at the Boston Red Sox. That game will be broadcast by NBC in addition to being streamed on Peacock. All other games will be available only on Peacock.
The first six games are to start at 11:30 a.m. and the remainder of the package at noon.
The scheduling appears to take into account the collective bargaining agreement between MLB and the players' association, which states “not more than four games per league per year may be scheduled or rescheduled to start between 10:30 a.m. and noon.”
There already is one pre-noon game on each season's schedule, a Patriots Day game at Boston's Fenway Park on the third Monday of April that starts just after 11 a.m.
Peacock also will televise the All-Star Futures Game.
NBC televised MLB from 1957 to 2000.
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Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus' Ups and Downs Through the Years .
Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus were married for nearly 30 years before they called it quits for the third time, but their relationship has always been full of ups and downs. The “Achy Breaky Heart” singer met Tish shortly after his 1991 divorce from his first wife, Cindy Smith, whom he wed in 1986. The Tennessee native became pregnant with her and Billy Ray’s first child, Miley Cyrus, in 1992, but there was one problem — the country star was already expecting a baby with Kristin Luckey. Billy Ray and Kristin’s son, Christopher, arrived in April 1992, while Tish welcomed Miley in November of that year. The Grammy winner pursued a romance with Tish, and the duo tied the knot in 1993. The Kentucky native also adopted Tish’s children from her first marriage: daughter Brandi Cyrus, born in May 1987, and son Trace Cyrus, born in February 1989. After their wedding, Billy Ray and Tish welcomed son Braison in 1994 and daughter Noah in 2000. As Miley rose to fame, however, the pair’s relationship came under more public scrutiny than it had in the past. In November 2010, the former Nashville Star host filed for divorce amid rumors that his wife had cheated on him with Bret Michaels. (The Poison frontman later denied the claims.) Billy Ray and Tish eventually reconciled, but their problems weren’t over. The “Sorry We’re Stoned” podcast cohost filed her own divorce papers in June 2013, citing irreconcilable differences.