TMZ broke the story … ABC has been exploring the possibility of rebranding the show and focus on Sara Gilbert‘s character, Darlene. John Goodman is “very interested” … as is the rest of the cast and crew.
There is a possible snag. Although ABC seems to have good cause to fire Roseanne as both the star and Executive Producer, the network may be contractually bound to pay her a fee or back end or both for her participation in creating the show. ABC, of course, could argue it’s now a different show.
The Pennsylvania Lottery says the Shop ‘n Save on Butler Street, north of Etna, sold a $3 million winning scratch-off for the $3,000,000 Pennsylvania Club game. The winner was only identified on the Pennsylvania Lottery website as Joseph C.
Four $1 million winning scratch-offs were sold across the state. Three of the tickets were sold in Dauphin, Northumberland and Clearfield counties.
A $1 million winning Big Money Millionaire scratch-off ticket was sold at the Sheetz on Ronda Court in North Huntingdon, Westmoreland County. The winner was identified as Holly P. on the Pennsylvania Lottery’s website.
“You’ve got to get her phone away from her,” he said.
“It’s a historic site, been around since 1925. It’s had big names that sang there and played there so it is a surprise and it’s something we were just as surprised as anybody,” Ligoneir Township Manager Terry Carcella said.
In its heyday, it attracted the likes of Dean Martin and Perry Como.
While some neighbors would like to see it return as is, the future remains uncertain.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly returning $9.3 million (£7 million) in wedding gifts because palace aides want to prevent people and companies from using the newlywed Duke and Duchess of Sussex for publicity, The Express reports.
The companies behind a video game called “Active Shooter” — in which players can pretend to be a shooter in a school environment are facing backlash.
The game offers players the opportunity to play either a S.W.A.T. team member or an active shooter in a school setting. In the active shooter setting, players kill cops and civilians.
“Active Shooter’s” developer, Revived Games, reportedly plans on releasing another mode of play in which players can be civilians in the mass shooting as well.
The game, which is created by video game company Valve, is set to be released on June 6 via digital store Steam, according to a report by Variety.