“Saturday Night Live” opened with a spoof of “The Sound of Music Live.” Watch all the highlights from the show, guest-hosted by Paul Rudd, with New Direction …
Get ready for this weekend’s all new edition of “Saturday Night Live” with these promo spots featuring Paul Rudd and New Direction. Watch …
Fallon’s BFF Justin Timberlake will join his buddy as musical guest Dec. 21; One Direction and Kings of Leon also to perform next month.
Eighteen years after Donald Faison and Stacey Dash first played impassioned high school sweethearts Murray Duvall and Dionne Davenport in the movie “Clueless,” the former costars will reunite in the July 10 episode of TV Land’s “The Exes.” Dash plays a recommitted virgin who gets picked up by Phil (Faison).
There are a lot of reasons to love “Parks and Recreation.” It’s one of the funniest comedies on TV. It’s one of the nicest, always allowing you to laugh with rather than at the characters. It has plenty of heartwarming moments you don’t expect. Most importantly, though, it’s the one thing that makes waiting in […]
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 […]
Actor Ed Asner may be in his 80s, but as he proved to the ladies of “The View,” he still has all the wildness of a younger man.
Will Leslie Knope be elected to the Pawnee city council? The producers of “Parks and Recreation” are so concerned about keeping the results of the election a secret that they filmed different endings to the fourth season finale. “We shot two endings, the show’s creator Michael Schur told the audience at Tuesday’s PaleyFest. “Partly to […]
During the Jeremy Lin craze, we were surprised that no one thought of making Pearl Jam’s classic “Jeremy” into a tribute to the Harvard grad. Turns out, though, that we were just waiting for Jimmy Fallon to write it.
It was only a fleeting appearance, but unlike when Conan O’Brien showed up on “HIMYM,” you didn’t need to freeze-frame to see Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino on last night’s funny episode of “Suburgatory”.