In a break from its usual filmed style, NBC’s “30 Rock” went live Thursday night with an episode that was full of fun and, yes, very lively.
Brian Williams’ “Rock Center” newsmagazine moves this week to its third time slot in less than six months. NBC insists the show is in no danger of cancellation despite low ratings.
We love it when Jimmy Fallon and Brian Williams “Slow Jam the News” on “Late Night,” but most of the time, BriWi plays things straight while Fallon and the Roots jam around his dead-serious readings of the stories of the day.
Update: A rep for Del Rey denies to TheWrap that a spring tour was canceled, saying one was never planned.
Matt Lauer got the coveted assignment of interviewing President Obama before the Super Bowl on NBC, but an item in the New York Post says NBC News anchor Brian Williams coveted the interview too.
Lana Del Rey is definitely one of a kind. At least when it comes to her opinion about her recent performance on “Saturday Night Live.” Del Rey — who was ripped to shreds by the Twitterverse, actress Juliette Lewis and NBC anchor Brian Williams, among others, for her somnambulistic performance of her single “Video Games” […]
The public at large might have given a collective thumbs-down — when they weren’t plugging their fingers in their ears — to Lana Del Rey’s “Saturday Night Live” performance, but the “Video Games” songbird has at least one defender: “Harry Potter” star Daniel Radcliffe. Radcliffe — who hosted the “Saturday Night Live” episode on which […]
Betty White’s birthday bash drew a huge audience and gave NBC the best ratings it’s seen on Monday nights all season. Full story.
Brian Williams won’t be buying Lana Del Rey’s next album. In an email to Gawker chief Nick Denton, the NBC Nightly News anchor slammed Del Rey’s “Saturday Night Live” performance last weekend as “..one of worst outings in SNL history.”
From Chumlee of “Pawn Stars” to Kathy Griffin, Anderson Cooper, Ryan Seacrest and Dick Clark — Your guide to welcoming the New Year on Saturday night.