Drew Barrymore

Several daytime talk shows had initially been set to return without their striking writers — but have now reversed course.
Barrymore faced pushback after she said she would start making new episodes of her show during the writers strike.
O'Donnell gave her two cents on the talk show host crossing the picket line to resume production of "The Drew Barrymore Show."
In this week's Culture Catchall, we're talking VMAs, Hasan Minhaj's fake Anthrax story and Drew Barrymore's fall from grace.
The actor falsely equated filming her show during the pandemic in 2020 — when writers desperately needed work — to resuming her show during a strike.
According to prosecutors, Busto entered a fashion show dressing room Friday night and screamed, “I want to marry Emma Watson."
The return of Barrymore’s show amid the ongoing writers strike sparked backlash ― and in response, the National Book Foundation, which celebrates writers, rescinded her invitation.
The talk show host is facing significant criticism for the decision to return without her writers, who are WGA members currently on strike.
The 43-year-old from Washington, D.C., was taken into custody following an unsettling incident at an event with the actor.
The talk show host was conducting a live interview with actor and singer Reneé Rapp at the time of the incident.