Entertainment Tidbits

The 82nd annual Golden Globe Awards is set to take place on January 5, 2025 on CBS and Paramount+. This marks the beginning of a new five-year deal to broadcast the show on CBS. Noms will be announced December 9.

Nick Cannon and Abby De La Rosa announced on Tuesday, which is World Autism Awareness Day, that their 2-year-old son Zillion has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. The couple has three children together.

Shannen Doherty, living with stage 4 cancer, is prioritizing downsizing and spending time with her mother. She is letting go of material possessions and the “obsession” with furniture to focus on making memories with her mom.

ABC has renewed 9-1-1 for an eighth season, following the successful Season 7 premiere which drew around 11.8 million viewers. The Ryan Murphy creation is a first responder drama, airing on ABC after moving from Fox.

Jay Leno’s wife, Mavis Leno, sometimes doesn’t recognize him due to advanced dementia. Court docs reveal Mavis’ disorientation and difficulty recalling her parents’ deaths. Leno has filed for conservatorship to protect her.

Joe Flaherty, known for SCTV and Freaks and Geeks, passed away at 82 after a brief illness. Flaherty’s daughter confirmed his death, praising his humor and love for classic cinema. Fellow comedians also paid tribute to his talent.

Sherri Shepherd’s daytime talk show, Sherri, has been renewed for a third season. It has been performing well in ratings, ranking second among all syndicated talk shows. It has received accolades and is praised by viewers.

Grey’s Anatomy was renewed for a historic 21st season on ABC. The medical drama, created by Shonda Rhimes, is still the longest-running primetime medical drama in TV history and one of ABC’s longest-running scripted series.