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Today on The Ellen Degeneres Show, House of Lies star Kristen Bell is set to make an appearance on the series. As you’ll see in the video ahead, Bell shares a home video of herself, taken by her boyfriend Dax Shepard (Parenthood) as she reacts to a birthday present he gave her. To say that her reaction is a bit odd is probably an understatement, but it makes for great interview conversation.
Frankel’s show will be able to air, albeit under a rather unusual agreement. Fox has picked up the series on some of its stations, including anchor stations in New York and Los Angeles, for a six-week starting run over the summer. If “the test” does well, Frankel could be looking to set herself up for a more permanent gig sometime in the next TV cycle.
Unfortunately, Frankel’s been shopping a daytime talk show for months without even a nibble. The show would have been an advice-based program, but without a network backer, there’s really no way to move forward. Today that translated into Frankel shutting down her 2012 daytime hopes. In all honesty, this might have been the worst possible season Frankel could have tried to develop a daytime television program.
ABC won’t be leaving any gaps between the end of their long-running soap One Life To Live and the upcoming new show The Revolution, unless you count the weekend. The network has announced that the new daily series will take over the OLTL afternoon time-slot beginning the Monday after the soap opera goes off the air for good.
Regis’ recent departure has left morning show Live! With Kelly with just one regular host and a slightly adjusted title. This week, comedian Jerry Seinfeld served as guest-host alongside Ripa, and now there are some new names lined up to fill Regis’ old chair, two of which are returning to the show, and two of which visiting for the first time.
Past Live! co-host Kathie Lee Gifford (November 17th) will join late night hosts Jimmy Fallon (November 14th) and David Letterman (November 16th) as guests during the week. Insult comic and Toy Story actor Don Rickles will kick off the week on the 14 and business mogul and The Apprentice host Donald Trump will appear on the 15th. Musical guest stars - like Bret Michaels and Tony Bennett - are expected to appear each day, as well.
In fact, CNN's Anderson started slow, only earning a 1.1 household rating on its first day. The sluggish start may be explained by CBS Sports’ coverage of the U.S. Open’s men’s tennis final. The slow start may also be explained by a lack in audience awareness in regards to the program’s beginning date.
With Leah Remini and Holly Robinson Peete out the door, The Talk is two women short for the new season, and their replacements have been chosen. The two new faces entering the ring will be Kardashian momma Kris Jenner and comedienne Sheryl Underwood, two women who couldn’t be more different from the predecessors.
O’Donnell may not be as motivated as Winfrey, but she’s right when she says she brings an ease of viewership Oprah can’t match. Her format should fit well into the OWN programming. She’ll begin with a punny monologue, move into conversations with celebrity guests, and do games with small prizes. The host does hasten to add the gifts will be small and she’s not trying to do what Oprah does.
When it comes to Kevin Smith, people seem to love him or hate him. I'm not even talking about his films so much, Kevin Smith the person(ality) seems to grind a lot of people's gears, the "stunt" he pulled at Sundance and all the various jabs at film critics have made him somewhat unpopular in the blogging community...but he still has a few boatloads of fans that are behind him at every move. His next may be hosting a daytime talk show. And you thought you'd miss Oprah?
Couric will probably be headed to ABC, where she is expected to host a talk show. The traditional Oprah time spot has been spoken for in the fall, but with One Life To Live and All My Children's runs nearly finished, there will be some open time slots in the future
With The Adjustment Bureau set to premiere this weekend, Matt Damon is making an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show tomorrow (Wednesday, March 2nd). Find out what he said about dropping out of Harvard, and how he met his wife.
Think you might be the girl for Jersey Shore’s Pauly D? He talked to Ellen DeGeneres about his ideal lady. You can find out what he said on the subject by tuning in to The Ellen DeGeneres Show this Monday (February 28th) or if you don’t want to wait, find out what he said, ahead!
As both an Indiana native and a big fan of his work, I wouldn't dare belittle what the Notre Dame graduate has done, but Regis' talents were perfectly suited to hosting game shows and waxing poetic with female co-hosts. Josh Duhamel, on the other hand, while an affable enough guy, is a movie sta
If you’re a fan of Ellen DeGeneres, you won’t want to miss tomorrow’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show as the comedian turned talk show host is set for a few surprises guests who show up to celebrate her birthday.