Entertainment Crew member dies on set of The Conners
Corey Conners' hole-in-one at the Masters got the ultimate Canadian tribute — a donut
The 2021 Masters was loaded with tasty storylines, including Canadian Corey Conners draining the sixth hole-in-one on No. 6 in the tournament's history — marking the first time since 2013 a player aced a hole other than No. 16 during the…Conners hails from a small region in rural Ontario, Canada, about two hours from Toronto, and was immortalized as only a Canadian can be — through a Tim Hortons donut.
A member of the technical crew forhas died on the comedy's Burbank, Calif., set in what has been described as a "fatal medical event."
Neither the name nor age of the male crew member has been shared with EW at this time. A spokeswoman for Werner Entertainment, which produces the comedy for ABC, released this statement: "He was a much loved member of The Conners and Roseanne families for over 25 years. As we remember our beloved colleague, we ask that you respect the privacy of his family and loved ones as they begin their grieving process."
1 student dead, another missing after Iowa State Crew Club boat capsizes during practice
A team of five students were practicing on Little Wall Lake on Sunday morning when their boat capsized. One student was killed and another is missing.The incident occurred as the group was practicing on Little Wall Lake, south of Jewell, Iowa, in Hamilton County, according to a news release from the university.
According to, the man worked in lighting and was in his 50s. Studio medical personnel were unable to revive him and he was pronounced dead on the scene, the website reported.
Several members of the crew and writing staff of The Conners have been with the franchise since it first bowed on ABC in 1988. After running for nine seasons, the show was revived in 2018 with the original cast. It became The Conners a year later after its namesake, Roseanne Barr, was booted from the show.
The sitcom airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.
What We Learned: Crew vs. Real Esteli .
There was plenty to take away from the Black & Gold’s first game of 2021.Columbus got goals from forward Gyasi Zardes (twice), center back Jonathan Mensah and winger Pedro Santos at Estadio Nacional de Futbol to seal the win. All four of those strikes came in the first half and the Crew managed the second half effectively, with goalkeeper Eloy Room and the backline earning their first shutout of the year.