UNDATED (CNN) -- Fred Willard has been fired from his job hosting and narrating the PBS series "Market Warriors" after an arrest for lewd conduct Wednesday. The broadcaster has instructed stations not to air any more episodes of the show that feature Willard.
Funnyman Fred Willard was caught in quite a serious situation Wednesday. The 72-year-old actor was arrested for lewd conduct in an adult theater in Hollywood.
Los Angeles police were conducting a routine inspection in the area. The "Anchorman" actor has since been released. Willard's attorney says his client did nothing unlawful and he promised to, quote, work vigorously to clear his name.
Aaron sorkin is responding to critics of his HBO drama, "The Newsroom". Sorkin told NPR's "Fresh Air" the show is meant to be "aspirational" and he considers his characters "heroes that don't wear capes or disguises."
regarding its authenticity, Sorkin says "The show is meant to be a fantasy set against very real and oftentimes very serious events." "The Newsroom" is slated for a second season.
Fans of "The Who" can finally use their tickets from a show that was canceled in 1979. The mayor of Providence, Rhode Island put a stop to the concert after a stampede before an earlier show in Cincinnati killed eleven people.
Some turned in their tickets for refunds, but those who stashed them as souvenirs are in luck. They bought the tickets for $14. The price of admission today is up to $127.