'Bel-Air' returns without Will Smith, while 'The Equalizer' returns with Queen Latifah on Sky/NOW this month.
Anyone who’s a fan of the sharply witty and extremely intelligent debate we see on Sky Atlantic’s ‘Last Week with John Oliver’ will, like me, have been a little baffled to have been deprived of this week’s show - that’s season 3, episode 16 that should’ve aired on 20 June - when it failed to do so after ‘Game of Thrones’ and its subsequent ‘Thronecast’ discussion show. It was even more strange because since airing some hours earlier in the US, Oilver’s 15-minute segment on the EU Referendum - that’s the big vote taking place in the UK this Thursday on whether Britain should remain in or leave the European Union - had gone viral and was trending on Facebook and Twitter.
Britain’s own John Oliver made US TV explode last night with a foul-mouthed rant directed at the Paris terrorist attackers on his HBO show Last Week Tonight. While other TV hosts played it conservatively with moments of silence following the attacks that killed over 100 French civilians last Friday, John decided to go a different route with a “moment of premium cable profanity” that would make Danny Dyer blush. The comic concluded by paying tribute to the victims of the Paris attacks, saying: "So to the people of France, our thoughts are truly with you.