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Chris Hemsworth has been crushing on Ellen lately, between meeting the kid who found and returned his wallet to helping out Ellen DeGeneres behind-the-scenes this week. Hemsworth recently showed up at the Ellen office to surprise a co-worker who is obsessed with the Thor actor.
Comedian Quincy Jones has had a dream for a long time: to host his own comedy special. Unfortunately, in 2015 he was diagnosed with Stage IV cancer, making that dream rather slim. However, his good pal Ellen dropped the best surprise ever on the stage of The Ellen Show.
Ellen DeGeneres has a super successful TV talk show, but it looks like the popular comedian won’t be able to fulfill her goal of having a successful game show any time soon.
Great news for fans of daytime TV as NBC has decided to renew The Ellen DeGeneres Show for the next few years. Get the details.
One of the most fun parts of watching Ellen, however, comes from the myriad of famous folks that sit down for a chat, and a recent guest was more than willing to join her in a game to help promote a new kid-friendly version of the “Heads Up!” tablet game. You know him as Cookie Monster.
When a show has been on the air for over a decade, it will normally see a decline in ratings from its peak period. But don’t tell that to Ellen DeGeneres, whose morning talk show recently earned some of the highest ratings of its entire run. People just can't get enough.
Have you ever had a job that you hated through and through? For talk show host extraordinaire Ellen DeGeneres, that job was being a panel judge on American Idol, and that's mostly because she doesn't like being a rude jerk to people.
Ellen DeGeneres is at it again, behind yet another exciting project. This time around, the comedian is teaming up with fellow talk show host, Steve Harvey to showcase a variety of performers.
Matt Lauer and Ellen DeGeneres have been involved in an epic prank war for some time now, but this weekend the two put bygones aside to film a segment for the Daytime Emmy Awards… or did they?
By now we've all heard of the infamous dress that blew up the internet Thursday... whether you see it as white and gold right or black and blue. Now, with Ellen DeGeneres overnighting one of infamous black and blue dresses, presumably to end the debate on her show, we will hopefully get some answers soon.
Ellen DeGeneres and Warner Bros TV studio called A Very Good Production may have just found a comedy winner. The studio, looking ahead towards the 2015-2016 development cycle with a half-hour comedy project set to star Frozen’s Idina Menzel.
Ellen DeGeneres was planning to have actress and former fitness instructor Jane Fonda on talk show this week, so she took one of Jane Fonda’s workout tapes home for her wife Portia De Rossi to try out, then secretly videotaped her while she attempted some of the more ridiculous workout moves from the 1980s.
The ABC pilot The Smart One follows sisters Jude and Candy who couldn't be more different. While Jude was always considered the smart one, her dumb sister Candy has done pretty well for herself, from being a local beauty queen to becoming the mayor of a major city. Now down on her luck, Jude is forced to go work for her bubbly but clueless mayoral sibling. And David Arquette just joined the pilot as Buddy, Candy's husband. Candy and Buddy. Sounds like the perfect couple.
Ellen DeGeneres has a pretty good relationship with NBC. Her daytime talk show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, runs on the network. Which may have been the reason, after an intense bidding war, DeGeneres’ new production company A Very Good Production, sold a comedy with a pilot commitment to NBC in September. NBC eventually passed on the sitcom, but that doesn’t mean the comedy was no longer in demand. NBC was kind enough to release the show so it could be picked up by another network. Now, ABC has nabbed DeGeneres’ comedy.
Even though he has one of the more consistently funny late-night shows on television, it seems like Jimmy Kimmel is often forgotten in the Best Host conversation. Even newcomer Jimmy Fallon seems to get more talk, but I guess that's because of NBC's long-standing late-night tradition versus Jimmy Kimmel Live's relatively new entry into the format. However, Kimmel's show has an air of freshness that's often lacking in the genre and, thanks to the help of a day-timer, he's delivered another great sketch.