Star Scoop: Emmys Wins Ratings Race, Kim K. is Broke, Full House Comes Full Circle


Good going, Seth Meyers! His hosting gig at Monday night’s Emmys gave the ceremony its second-highest ratings in eight years. Despite a Monday broadcast, compared to its typical Sunday stream, the 66th annual gala brought in 15.6 million viewers. And to think, it didn’t need a star-studded selfie to do so. [Deadline]

No… Kim Kardashian (West), is not actually going broke; but she is slated to appear on CBS’ 2 Broke Girls. She may win an Emmy, after all. [Huffington Post]

Whatever happened to predictability? The milkman, the paper boy… Full House back on TV?! Yes, you read that right! Warner Bros. TV is reportedly teaming with the show’s creator, Jeff Franklin, to pen a small screen revival. Will Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen make an appearance? [Entertainment Weekly]

Shots fired! It may be a late entry for song of the summer, but that hasn’t stopped us from falling for Jessie JAriana Grande, and Nicki Minaj’s “Bang Bang.” Following a buzz worthy MTV Video Music Awards open, the trio has dropped a video for the chart topper—sans wardrobe malfunctions and slinky snakes. [Vulture]

Of all snubs at the Primetime Emmy Awards, the most-surprising is Netflix. Though the streaming service garnered 31 nominations for shows like Orange is the New Black and House of Cards, the network was shut out for any wins. It did however take home seven honors at the Creative Arts Emmys, with Uzo Aduba notably earning a win for guest actress in a comedy series. [Variety]