Chevy Chase has checked into rehab.
The actor/comedian is an in-patient at a Treatment Center in Minnesota – the same place his longtime pal Robin Williams was treated in 2014. Chevy, 72, is seeking a “tune-up” for an alcohol-related problem. The rehab news comes at a busy time for the former Saturday Night Live regular – he is set to appear in two upcoming movies, Dog Years and The Christmas Apprentice, while Chevy and his Vacation co-star Beverly D’Angelo are in talks to play retired characters who have to give up their comfortable lives and raise their grandchildren in a new TV comedy.
What to expect from Stranger Things- Season 2
Executive Producer Dan Cohen chatted with Yahoo! about what fans can expect from Season 2 of the breakout Netflix series, Stranger Things.
He said, “We’ll be doing more than just a rehash of Season 1. We’re coming back with a few new characters, expanding storylines and mythologies, so it’ll feel like the stakes are raised and more is going on and really delivering on the promise and pushing for more. We want a sequel that feels like it’s bigger and badder and darker, while answering more of the questions and getting deeper into what’s going on. [The Duffer Brothers] want it to be that great sequel that is satisfying and yet expands the world.”
Peter Mansbridge is stepping down from The National
On last night’s broadcast of The National, Peter Mansbridge announced that he will be stepping down from his role on July 1st, 2017. Mansbridge has been the anchor of The National for 30 years.