Look who was back on TV this week — Chris Elliott on David Letterman’s “Late Show.” We laughed so hard that Chris earned the top position in this week’s Top Five.
Bill O’Reilly and Jay Leno covered a wide variety of topics on “The Tonight Show” — politics, Whitney Houston, Ellen Degeneres and “SNL.”
Jimmy Kimmel earned the top spot in our Top Five after he blasted Jay Leno for daring to suggest Jimmy dyes his hair.
After the big success of “Killing Lincoln,” Bill O’Reilly is back on the case of a presidential assassination. The Fox News host and best-selling author is collaborating with Martin Dugard on “Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot.”
Clint Eastwood is setting the record straight about his improbably controversial Chrysler ad that aired on Sunday’s Super Bowl. The “Gran Torino” director went on the defensive Monday, dismissing suggestions that the ad is a partisan love letter to President Obama. Speaking to Ron Mitchell, a producer at Fox News Channel’s “The O”Reilly Factor,” Eastwood […]
Fox News Channel continued to reign supreme over its cable news competitors in 2011. With only a few days to go ’til the new year, the most current Nielsen data available shows FNC leading its closest competitors 2-1 in “total day” viewership and nearly 3-1 in prime time for the entire year. Specifically, Fox News […]
When TV personalities feud, everybody wins — especially viewers and journalists on the TV beat who can’t get enough of it. Here are our favorite feuds from 2011:
Bill Clinton hinted that he thinks the news media favored Barack Obama over Clinton’s wife, Hillary, in covering the two Democrats’ race for their party’s nomination for President in 2008. Clinton seemed to reveal how he feels about that subject when he appeared on “The O’Reilly Factor” on Fox News Channel for the very first […]
Bill Clinton has long eluded Bill O’Reilly as a guest on “The O’Reilly Factor,” but that’s due to change next Tuesday (Dec. 20). That’s when the ex-prez is scheduled to appear on the “Factor” for the first time, Fox News announced Friday. The two will discuss the current presidential campaign — particularly the Republicans — […]
Easy-going late-night star Jay Leno showed a rare flash of anger Friday night on “The Tonight Show” when he blasted Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry for a recent campaign commercial. The now-infamous TV spot — aimed chiefly at so-called “evangelical” voters in Iowa, site of the first primary of 2012 on Jan. 3 — has […]