CBS has fired a legal executive who took to social media Monday morning with harsh words for the victims of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history.
The show must go on, as they say. But not tonight. Many venues went dark Monday night to mourn and pay tribute to victims of Sunday’s Route 91 Harvest festival shooting at the Village.
Jordan Mitchell was backstage, enjoying a post-show beer with her bandmates. Minutes later, she’d be taking cover under the festival’s main stage.
Engulfing Las Vegas in a bloody tragedy that has left this city shocked and weeping, the mass shooting Sunday night at the Route 91 Harvest Festival near Mandalay Bay also has shaken local performers, personalities and entertainment executives, who reflected on its effect on them and the possible repercussions for the entertainment scene.
Vegas concert promoters weigh in on how the industry might be impacted locally in the wake of the Route 91 Harvest tragedy.
In what is becoming an all-too-familiar ritual, TV networks and Hollywood studios scrambled Monday to react to a mass shooting.