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There are graveyard populations that are more active than NBC’s current comedy output. Thankfully, they’re aiming to boost things back up in the future, and they’re bringing in some of the biggest comedic names in the network’s recent history for new projects.
Jimmy Fallon is currently at the top of his game on The Tonight Show. We know this because NBC has major confidence in its late night host, so much so that the former SNL funnyman has signed on as The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon host for a long time.
The Chicago Fire spinoff, Chicago Med, has been coming together over at NBC for months, now. In fact, this past spring we were introduced to the major members of the cast, although some of them will be changing before the show hits the air.
Bear Grylls has been running wild over at NBC for some time now, and this week he took Furious 7 actress Michelle Rodriguez out into the wilds, where they trekked around. Unfortunately, they then ran out of food and water.
It’s no mystery that NBC mainstay Law & Order: SVU occasionally looks to the real world to draw inspiration for its often twisted cases, but there is a big mystery coming to Season 17, and it all revolves around Robert Durst.
Who will take on The Wiz roles made famous by Stephanie Mills and Hinton Battle on the stage, and by Diana Ross and Michael Jackson on the big screen? We’re rounding up the cast members as they’re announced for a list that not even the Scarecrow would need a brain to figure out.
I thought I could watch anything Craig Robinson put out there, but his new series Mr. Robinson is another example of major comedic talent being watered down by lazy joke writing in an identity-free sitcom. NBC needs some help.
When it was (unofficially) announced that NBC was looking to get back into the Xena: Warrior Princess game with a reboot, fans understandably went apeshit. Then Lucy Lawless shot the rumors down. But wait! Maybe she spoke too soon.
You’ll love this “Drunk Ron Weasley” sketch, which aired as part of The Tonight Show this week. In it, Ron Weasley returns (although he’s played by Simon Pegg) to say “happy birthday” to his pal Harry Potter, but it devolves into a drunk session of sharing feelings and more.
Remember the time when supermodels gracing magazine covers was a major part of pop culture? That’s still happening, of course, but it's hard to keep track now. Cindy Crawford and NBC are working together on a project that will take audiences back to that heyday.
Guys, remember when a show would get canceled, and it used to be Fox that would be the butt of all the jokes? I’m pretty sure that NBC has taken the mantle. The latest series to get the peacock’s boot is the half-Swedish comedy Welcome to Sweden, but we might still see the rest of its episodes.
Before the world at large gets a chance to see Tom Cruise hanging off of airplanes in MIssion Impossible: Rogue Nation, we got to see him at his low-budget finest on The Tonight Show in a lip sync battle against Jimmy Fallon. Wowzers.
In the video, Winslet reenacts her famous scene from Titanic, where she’s standing on the edge of the boat and looking out over the horizon with her beau Jack. Only this time, she’s scaling the side of a cliff.
Well, hell. That was fast. Less than a week after Lucy Lawless re-publicized her desire to return to the world of Xena: Warrior Princess, it looks like that universe is almost definitely coming back to the small screen.
Some comedians are down for trying anything in the pursuit of being funny. Which is how we were able to see Bill Hader and Jimmy Fallon don police uniforms for a really fun and extremely messy Tonight Show sketch called “Point Pleasant Police Department."