Early renewals have been thrown at audiences by the networks over the last several weeks. Last night, during the Celebrity Apprentice finale, Donald Trump told audiences that NBC has renewed Apprentice for Season 15.
Anyone who watched the SNl 40 special on Sunday evening likely already knows that the evening was filled with celebrities. Luckily, one of those former cast members, Jimmy Fallon, now has a late night platform to talk about the events that occurred during the crazy after party following SNL 40.
Poor Constantine has not fared so well during the 2014-2015 TV season. Early reports have indicated that NBC Universal might move Constantine to Syfy for Season 2. Today, new reports indicate that rumor is false. However, that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
During a segment of last night’s 40-year anniversary special of NBC’s Saturday Night Live the show played tribute to the city that it lives and breathes, none other than New York.
NBC’s Saturday Night Live isn’t a show that generally comes up in conversations about huge ratings. But once that format is made ready for primetime, as it was for the SNL 40 special on Sunday night, it gives way more people a chance to tune in. And they did.
Wayne and Garth took the stage last night at the 40-year anniversary special of Saturday Night Live and it was everything we could hope for.
Although Saturday Night Live usually ushers in its celebrity hosts right before a major release, Dakota Johnson will be bringing her comedic talents to the New York City studio weeks after Fifty Shades of Grey took in over $94 million at the box office. As if that movie needed more publicity.
“The Californians” has been a wildly popular sketch on Saturday Night Live over the past several seasons. Even if you aren’t a fan of the sketch that pokes fun at Los Angeles’ penchant for describing travel routes, it’s worth it for one hysterical moment: Getting to watch Betty White make out with Bradley Cooper.
Andy Samberg and Adam Sandler decided to team up for an all new digital short on SNL. The song, entitled “That’s When You Break” played tribute to the uncontrollable outbursts of laughter that cast members couldn’t help throughout the years of live sketches.
Bill Hader may be known for some of the greatest SNL sketches to date, but the one he remembers most is the worst he's ever done, and there's a hilarious story behind it.
Williams, who recently confessed to embellishing stories about the 2003 helicopter attack he was reportedly part of while covering the war in Iraq, has been the subject of many a TV and Internet conversation in recent days, and it was entirely possible that NBC would try to quietly send the news anchor packing. But no.
Most of the time, TV remakes have trouble justifying their own existence, either by rehashing plots without making changes, or by making too many and retaining little familiarity. It’s still unclear how things will shake out for NBC’s upcoming Uncle Buck pilot, but they've definitely made some changes.
NBC announced over the weekend that the network has high hopes for another Chicago Fire. The potential new spinoff is going to be set at a Chicago Hospital and will feature a staff of doctors, nurses and hospital administrators living and working in the city. Now the possible drama has found its lead.
While I'll be the first to admit the marketing for The Slap hasn't really been all that effective, at least in terms of NBC building anticipation for the upcoming series, there are still some undeniable reasons why the new series might actually be worth checking out.
This week, the longtime NBC news anchor has been dealing with a controversy related to Williams’ oft-repeated claims that he was under enemy fire while in Iraq in 2003. The validity of Williams’ story came into question recently, and now Williams is taking some time off of NBC Nightly News.