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Disney actually announced enough content to keep fans locked into the platform for the next five years. Seriously, the thread of announcements is so long it is hard to explain all that is expected to arrive. Thankfully, we crafted a list of some of our favorite picks so you don't have to sort through it yourself.

The ESPN analyst and Disney employee issued a public apology after a clip of him talking to Snoop Dogg went viral.

Screamin’ A also talks about Jamie Foxx calling him to ask permission to roast him in an upcoming movie.

Stephen A. Smith‘s “say it like you mean it” attitude is what got him this far in his career — but it definitely comes with a cost. On Thursday, Smith went on a rant about how much he hates marijuana and that he’s totally against former NBA commissioner David Stern’s suggestion that medical marijuana is […]

Back in August, Jamie Foxx had sports fans cracking up when he impersonated one of the biggest sports journalists in the game Stephen A. Smith. Coming out as Stephen’s twin brother, Cleveland A. Smith, Jamie hilariously delivered Stephen’s passionate way of talking. Well now the two have finally met face to face on ESPN’s First Take […]

After the Game 6 thumping that the Cavs dealt the defending champion Golden State Warriors on Thursday night, MVP wife Ayesha Curry took to her favorite form of social media, Twitter, to “call out” the NBA for what she thinks is a rigged league. She quickly deleted the tweet, but once again, Steph Curry‘s wife is in the […]

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Stephen A. Smith's comments on the Black Lives Matter movement rattled many on Twitter, including hip-hop artists and activists Killer Mike and Talib Kweli. 

Guys, domestic violence is really bad. But victim shaming, the process of blaming the victim of said domestic or sexual abuse, is just as horrifying. And in the wake of Stephen A. Smith’s comments regarding Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and domestic violence, it dawned on us he’s not the only one who likes […]

Days after ESPN host Stephen A. Smith suggested women are to blame for provoking domestic abuse, the network has suspended him. “ESPN announced today that Stephen A. Smith will not appear on First Take or ESPN Radio for the next week. He will return to ESPN next Wednesday,” ESPN spokesman Josh Krulewitz wrote in a statement […]