Indiewire executive editor Michael Schneider joins Kim Masters to discuss top entertainment news stories of the week.
- There's drama in the world of TV morning shows. Michael Strahan announced he’ll be leaving Live to go to ABC’s flagship morning show Good Morning America. However, it appears that his Live co-host Kelly Ripa didn’t learn about his departure until moments before he announced it on TV. Ripa is reported to be extremely upset and has taken several days off.
- MTV is attempting to reinvent itself by going back to its roots. The struggling network has said they're going to go back to focusing on music, as well as their news division and game shows.
- Several Asian characters in upcoming films are being played by white actors. Some have argued that no Asian actress has the box office power of Scarlett Johansson, who is playing the lead in Ghost in the Shell, but many others are upset at this case of whitewashing, especially following the controversy of #OscarsSoWhite and other instances of whitewashing of Asian characters like in the Cameron Crowe film Aloha.