The Paramount chief is ending a 25-year marriage with wife Jill.
According to the AP, the CEO of Paramount Studios, Brad Grey, is getting a divorce. He and Jill Grey are splitting after 25 years of marriage. Before (and since) helming Paramount to a new age of prosperity he produced The Sopranos, Real Time With Bill Maher, The Departed, Scary Movie, The Wedding Singer, and a whole lot more.
Another casualty of the writers strike. We hate to beat a dead horse, but this strike is out of hand. It’s tearing proud families apart. Honestly, how many episodes of scripted television are left? Americans are going to have to start chatting during and after dinner. Or, God forbid, read.
It’s gotten so desperate that we may start watching the Terminator show on Fox. Come on Hollywood. There are only so many times that we can watch re-runs of The Office.
Roger A. Trevanti (a character played by SNL's Fred Armisen) hopes the writers get ass cancer and die. We just hope that a deal gets done soon. We don’t need more good, American families, like the Greys, split up.
Check out a video episode of our On The Couch for the proper way to end a relationship.