Kevin Hart is out as host of the Academy Awards after a bungled non-apology tour. What happens next (0:50)? Plus: what the Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards mean for Roma, A Star Is Born, and the Best Picture race (11:45), and a conversation about the best acting performances of the year with The New York Times’ Wesley Morris (19:30).
‘The Oscars Show’: The Best Performances of 2018 With Wesley Morris
Plus, Kevin Hart is out as host of the Academy Awards after a bungled non-apology tour. What happens next?
Houshmandzadeh talks Pac-12, his Hall of Fame criteria, and his outlook for the Cincinnati Bengals
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Van and Rachel also dig into the GOP debate and a very Black father–centric mailbag