Tonight is your last chance to hop aboard the James Corden late night minivan. The 44-year-old British stage and screen entertainer bows out after eight seasons that seemed to go by rather quickly. Hand-picked to take over Craig Ferguson’s 12:37 a.m. timeslot by former CBS CEO Les Moonves, Corden was an enormous success on social
When Jimmy Kimmel Live! premiered on January 26, 2003, there was an open bar inside his Hollywood Boulevard studio for studio audience members to enjoy. It must have seemed like a good idea as a way to launch a late night series starring one of the co-hosts of Comedy Central’s The Man Show. It lasted
If you watch just 8:52 seconds of TV today, make it this clip from Wednesday night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. Taped prior to the studio audience’s arrival, the ABC late night host made yet another passionate plea for sanity. This time he spoke directly to lawmakers, who seem deaf to pleas for any kind of gun
Thre have been rumors for a while that James Corden was on the way out in late night at CBS. The British born host announced Thursday that he has signed for one last season of The Late Late Show, ending his run in the 12:35 am slot at the end of the 2022-23 season. “Seven
In honor of April Fools’ Day, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon decided to pull an epic prank on everyone and switch shows for Friday’s broadcasts. Jimmy Fallon came to Hollywood to host Jimmy Kimmel Live and Kimmel went to New York to host The Tonight Show. As Fallon says in the monologue, it was the
There was once a joke on The Larry Sanders Show that went like this: Paula (Janeane Garafalo) tried to bluff Larry (Garry Shandling) that she’s leaving to take a producers job at Conan (a fledgling series at the time of the early ’90s episode). Sanders asks how long she thinks that will last; Paula swallows hard and
The headline on John Doyle’s TV column Monday in The Globe and Mail said it all: “American late-night is reinvigorated. In Canada, we’ve got nothing.” Sad but true. Doyle points out that the gloves are so far off in American late night circles when it comes to political commentary you can see the bare knuckles.
Hard to believe but Conan O’Brien has been hosting his late-night talk show on TBS going on 11 seasons. The 58-year-old officially announced Monday that June 24 would be the final episode on TBS and that his next incarnation will be on the streaming service HBO Max. (Warner Brothers owns both services.) O’Brien’s began in