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Watch Jimmy Fallon Impersonate Bill Cosby To His Face... And Dance Behind His Back
It's one thing to do a funny celebrity impersonation. It's another to do that impersonation to that celebrity's face. Jimmy Fallon is mastering that art on The Tonight Show, having previously engaged in a bit of impression-riffing with Jerry Seinfeld, and more recently showing off his Cosby impersonation to comedy legend Bill Cosby himself. As you can see in the clip above, Cosby is nonplussed.
Louis C.K. Gets Real In New Saturday Night Live Promos
Louis C.K. is here to save the day with the latest promo videos for his second ever hosting stint on the Good Ship Saturday Night Live. The clips hint that more of that signature Louie style is heading our way. And — at long last! — in his actual, natural accent. Oh yeah, didn’t you know? Louis C.K. is a total Bayou Baby!
Fear Is Born: Rosemary's Baby Miniseries Gets A New Poster, UPDATE: New Teaser Too
Fear is born! That's the tagline for NBC's miniseries adaptation of Ira Levin's Rosemary's Baby. But apparently, fear still doesn't have a due date. While NBC has begun to promote the series, the new poster doing a pretty great job of teasing the story, there's still no premiere date set for the event. But we know it's "coming soon," at the very least.
Parks And Recreation Watch: Season 6, Episode 17 - Galentine's Day
Parks & Rec celebrates another Galentine's Day with a redundant, but funny episode that matches up the cast in ideal fashion. Leslie and Anne's long distance relationship is having a hard time maintaining as well as Leslie would like, so she decides to have a covert freeing off under the guise of Galentine's Day.
Grimm, Chicago Fire And Chicago PD Renewed At NBC
Grimm lives! People say Friday is a deathslot for TV, however genre programming seems to be an exception there, as is the case for NBC's Grimm. The underrated supernatural crime procedural has held its own on Friday nights for three seasons, and it's confirmed to get a fourth.
Louis C.K., Anna Kendrick And Seth Rogen Lined Up To Host Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live's in one of those weird lulls where new episodes seem sort of sporadic, but the sketch comedy series has lined up hosts for its next cluster of episodes, the first of which airs at the end of March. NBC has confirmed that comedian Louis C.K. will return to host on March 29.
Crisis Review: NBC's Conspiracy Thriller Is A Dumb Fun Alternative To Sunday's Prestige
For some time, Sunday has seemed like the exclusive property of premium cable series. Of course, there has always been scheduling to rival the HBOs and AMCs for the last night of the weekend but since almost all of their award winning dramas air in that time-slot, it’s pretty easy to forget the network competition.
Parks And Recreation Watch: Season 6, Episode 16 - New Slogan
Parks and Rec delivers another average episode that fizzles out after a strong start for a number of the night’s plotlines. Pawnee is launching a new website, dancing, ping-pong playing panda and all, and one of the first initiatives to launch with the site is a new slogan for the city.
First Official Constantine Photo Shows Matt Ryan As An Occult Detective
Production is underway for Daniel Cerone and David S. Goyer's pilot adaptation of DC Comic's Constantine, and today NBC has given us our first look at the lead character. The photo shows us Matt Ryan at John Constantine, the con-man-turned-occult-detective who finds himself reluctantly thrust into the role of defending our world against dark forces from beyond.
Believe Review: J.J. Abrams And Alfonso Cuaron's Promising NBC Drama Premieres Tonight
TV series that follow The Voice on Monday night tend to get a bit of a boost, and it's likely that NBC had that in mind when they set the premiere date for Believe, a promising new drama about an extraordinary little girl and the man who's tasked with protecting her.
Louis C.K. Will Host Saturday Night Live For A Second Time
Saturday Night Live is getting good with social media. This week, the late night sketch comedy series announced an upcoming host via the social media outlet Twitter, and more importantly, they announced a really, really good one. Beloved comedian Louis C.K. will return to studio 8H for the second time to operate as emcee for the evening, this time on March 29.
Parks And Recreation Watch: Season 6, Episode 15 - The Wall
With Ron Swanson’s new son, John “Redacted” Swanson, comes one of the best episodes of the season for Parks & Rec. Continuing this week is the struggle between the citizens of Pawnee and Eagleton as the animosity between the two reaches a fever pitch.
Mary-Louise Parker To Star In NBC Comedy Pilot Feed Me
Fans of Mary Louise Parker will be happy to know that she may be returning to TV. The Weeds star is confirmed to star in an NBC comedy pilot called Feed Me. The single-camera comedy comes from TV veterans Paul Junger Witt and Tony Thomas.
Lena Dunham's Saturday Night Live Promos Bring Nudity And Feminism
Lena Dunham is taking her brand of humor and perma-following controversy to the Saturday Night Live stage this week and NBC has just released the brand spanking new promotional videos to prove it. Saddling up alongside fellow hip young feminist Kate McKinnon, the duo hit all the appropriate Dunham talking points: nudity, GIRLS, exhaustive worrying, and self-deprecating honesty.
Idina Menzel Sings 'Let It Go' On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, And She Nails It
Idina Menzel -- or Adele Dazeem, as John Travolta likes to call her -- took to the stage on Oscar night to sing Frozen's Academy Award nominated (and eventually winning) song "Let it Go." For a song that's probably really tough to sing live, she did it justice and fans were likely happy to hear a live version of the tune they've been singing for months.