Seth Meyers got a surprise prank call from his former “Weekend Update” co-host on Thursday night’s episode of “Watch What Happens Live.” Amy Poehler, disguising her voice and posing as a viewer from New Hampshire, phoned in to the show to ask Meyers what he liked about working with her on “SNL.” [xfinity-record-button id=”8809822949267363112″ program_type=”series”] […]
(Reuters) – Comic actress Tina Fey says there is “no way” she would host the Oscars ceremony next year, despite getting a thumbs up from “Star Trek” actor William Shatner in a sketch at Sunday’s Academy Awards show. The creator and star of TV comedy “30 Rock” told the Huffington Post website that she did […]
Leslie (Amy Poehler) and Ben (Adam Scott) are taking the plunge on “Parks and Recreation“! It is a very quick decision, but since they have rented space for another event, Ben coaxes Leslie, saying, “Doesn’t it feel right?” and the two decide: Why not take their vows? “Leslie can be supercilious and over plan and […]
A game that went down to the final seconds may have distracted us from the ads, but not for long. With more hype then ever entering the big game and featuring the likes of supermodels (Bar Refaeli and Kate Upton), funny actors (Seth Rogen, Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler) and lots of animals, here are […]
Amy Poehler is working on a book that appears to be a little bit of everything. The star of “Parks and Recreation” and former “Saturday Night Live” performer has an agreement with It Books for an “illustrated, non-linear diary” with stories both true and invented.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Stand-up comedian-turned U.S. cable television star Louis C.K. was named the funniest person currently working in show business, according to a list released by Rolling Stone magazine on Thursday. The Emmy-winning comedian, whose given name is Louis Szekely, is the star, writer and executive producer of the comedy-drama “Louie” on cable […]
The Nielsen Co. says Sunday’s Golden Globes awards ceremony got a nice ratings bump over last year.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler knocked it out of the park — comedically speaking — when they collaborated on an uproarious monologue to open the “Golden Globe Awards”on NBC.
Premium cable networks HBO and Showtime fought for supremacy in the Golden Globes TV awards Sunday with three honors each for the CIA thriller “Homeland and “Game Change,” the movie about Sarah Palin’s ascent from obscurity to 2008 vice presidential candidate.
“Golden Globe” co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler don’t seem eager to make the kind of splash Ricky Gervais made when he hosted the annual awards show. Read what they said when we asked them about that …