Ron Perlman is an actor who gets a lot of unique opportunities. He’s the type of guy that can hop from Pacific Rim to Sons of Anarchy to Adventure Time and other diverse projects, provided the gigs fit into his schedule. Now, he’s headed to NBC’s drama The Blacklist.
SNL hits a home run of a sketch about Mayor De Blasio's new marijuana policy. Woody Harrelson leads the pack in the hysterical 4 minute clip.
I was going to try and report this story through a ham radio from the future, but it turns out that’s not a justifiable excuse for “plenty o’ spending money” from the powers that be here. So it is with less fanfare that I tell you guys about the next film heading to TV.
Jimmy Fallon loves to play games on The Tonight Show, and this week, the late night host put together a special round of “Box of Lies,” starring Channing Tatum. Why was the round special? Because it marked the first time Fallon has played “Box of Lies” with another dude.
Games are becoming a staple on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Last night, Fallon was able to rope in a slew of important guests for a fun game of “Pyramid,” based on the actual game show of the same name. You can check out Usher, Jeff Daniels, Nick Jonas and Fallon playing the game, to varying degrees of success.
In 1992, Rob Reiner made it into a film starring Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson, Demi Moore, Kiefer Sutherland, Kevin Bacon and many, many more. The basic plot in the movie revolves around a court case involving two Marines who are standing trial for the death of another marine. Now the script may be reworked for TV.
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon had a very special guest on last night. Former host Jay Leno was interviewed on the late night program for the first time since leaving The Tonight Show, and he spent the majority of the interview poking fun at his predecessor.
From talking back to being unreasonable and from spoiled antics to general brattish behavior, the kids on NBC’s Parenthood have an awful lot of problems. So, with only a few episodes of Parenthood left to air, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to rank the obnoxious children on the show from the best to the worst. Although even the best doesn't mean a model child on this show.
Yesterday was an election day, and to celebrate President Obama’s message to the American population to vote, Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show team put together a fun video mashing up the leader’s message with Taylor Swift’s song, “Shake it Up.” Yes, it’s about as strange as you’d guess.
It’s been more than a year since NBC aired a season of Celebrity Apprentice. The show has been neither canceled nor missed at the network, until today, when Donald Trump popped on Today to announce that the show has already filmed, that the new season is hitting the network in January, and that Joan Rivers will appear in the new episodes.
Perhaps Hellblazer readers will make a point to tune in for Friday night’s episode “The Devil’s Vinyl,” as it will be the first small screen appearance of the immortal badass Papa Midnite. We now know what he looks like, thanks to the first look images from NBC, and he's damned near perfect.
It’s hard to believe at this point that it’s been less than a year since Jimmy Fallon took over The Tonight Show on NBC. The new late night host has settled comfortably into the role that was vacated by Jay Leno, but this week, Leno plans to appear on the Tonight Show stage for the first time since he left last February.
ABC’s Shark Tank has seen a lot of strange and stupid business models come and go over the years, but nothing like the business that popped up in Saturday Night Live’s spoof of the hit show this weekend. That’s right, this week, SNL mocked Shark Tank in a sketch that includes host Chris Rock playing an ISIS Agent.
It's fall firing season in TV land, which means no freshman show is safe from the chopping block. Sometimes the cancellation comes prematurely, just as a show finds its groove (I’ll always love you Crazy Ones), but other times the cancellation is expected and wholly warranted -- here's looking at you Dads.
It rarely happens, but this week’s Saturday Night Live episode is actually featuring a musical guest that many people are more stoked about than the host. Kenan Thompson knows it, and deep down, host Chris Rock knows it, too. Check out these Prince-oriented SNL promos.