It takes a real late night talk show host to truly appreciate the genius that was Fred Willard. Monday night on his “Live at Home” show, Kimmel paid a heartfelt tribute to Willard, who passed away Saturday at the age of 86. Kimmel spoke of growing up a fan of Fernwood 2Nite (1977-78), the brilliant
Talk about making lemonade out of coronavirus. The late night talk show hosts have all been working from home lately, setting examples as comedians in isolation getting their own coffee. Miss Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon’s act? Now you can see him at home with his kids crawling all over his head. Wondering what Seth
Brian Wood was as giddy as a schoolgirl yesterday when I caught up with him during a visit to CHCH’s Morning Live. The Hamilton, Ont., station weather specialist was sporting a bright, yellow rain slicker hat shipped to him that morning from Hollywood. Turns out it was the exact same one worn by Jimmy Kimmel
Not since the finale of The Sopranos has there been such reaction to a TV show fading to black. I’m taking about Sunday’s barely lit Battle of Winterfell episode of Game of Thrones. Here’s how it played in late night: It was like listening to a very violent podcast. There were so many blacked out
Kudos to Jimmy Fallon for allowing this savaging to be posted up on line but, Holy Cow, not since Martin Short deconstructed Canadian celebrity interviewer Brian Linehan on SCTV has such a showbiz career thumping been so transparent on television. Nearly ten minutes of confrontational mayhem, straight from the couch. Steve-Martin-Short told many of the
In an age when you can find out who won or lost instantly on Twitter, does the full-blown, all-star election night coverage still matter? There was some hubbub recently, for example, when CBC decided not to preempt their Monday night hit Murdoch Mysteries in order to provide live, municipal election night coverage on its main
Jimmy Kimmel says this about last year’s Oscar “Best Winner” screw up: “If it happens again, literally everyone that works at ABC should be fired, right?” he told reporters in Pasadena in January. “If it happens a second time, no one is competent enough to be running a television show or network. So I don’t think it’s going
“We haven’t seen this many people come forward to speak out against a bill since Cosby.” On Thursday night, Jimmy Kimmel gave a brilliant and blistering, ferociously funny rebuttal to the Louisiana senators who are trying to — in the face of tremendous opposition from national health organizations and specialists — repeal and replace Obamacare.