The first box office forecasts for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" are in and it's looking like the sequel is the hit Hollywood has been waiting for this year. Bauer Xcel Media's Kate Spies and FHM's Nick Dimengo join Cheddar to discuss the early reviews and more top entertainment headlines. They say that while it might not match the success of 2015's "The Force Awakens," it is sure to be the biggest movie of the year.

Next, we discuss the sexual harassment scandal facing NFL Network. The league's broadcasting arm suspended three of its former players now working as on-air analysts. Dimengo and Spies put the news in the context of the NFL's controversy-riddled year.

We also get the latest on the #MeToo movement's influence in the food industry. Ten women came forward to The New York Times, accusing restaurateur Ken Friedman of sexual harassment.

Finally, we get a preview of the newest season of "The Bachelor," and the ladies vying for leading man Arie's heart.