Perhaps the greatest TV talk show ever, though, wasn’t actually a “real” program at all, but HBO’s groundbreaking “The Larry Sanders Show,” a fictional chat fest which was even more authentic than the actual thing it mercilessly satirized.
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When Jay Leno leaves “The Tonight Show” in February 2014, he might not be leaving the network for good. NBC Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt says he hopes the comedian, who has been with the network for more than two decades, will stick around after his second ouster from the show he’s hosted (minus a one-year hiatus) since 1992.
There’s another significant exodus brewing over at “Saturday Night Live.” Newly appointed late-night talk-show host Seth Meyers is not the only cast member leaving the venerable late-night sketch show at […]
NBC’s “Tonight Show” is moving back to New York because it’s the right place for its next host, producer Lorne Michaels said Tuesday.
There’s another player in NBC’s game of late-night thrones. Amid reports that Jay Leno is being ousted for a second time from “The Tonight Show” in favor of Jimmy Fallon, […]
Christina Applegate is leaving “Up All Night” after two seasons in a major set back for the NBC sitcom. The surprising announcement came Friday afternoon, just weeks after creator Emily […]
Jason Sudeikis is staying put at “Saturday Night Live” — at least until election season is over. In an interview with the New York Times‘ Media Decoder blog, “SNL” head […]
Will Jimmy Fallon host next year’s Oscars or won’t he? We sift through this week’s conflicting reports out of L.A. to try and find an answer. Read this …
Alec Baldwin and his yoga instructor fiancee tied the knot Saturday in a New York City church, with a guest list that included family and famous Hollywood pals.
Rolling Stones’ drummer Charlie Watts made an ultra-rare TV appearance on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.” Watch Charlie perform with his jazz quartet …