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Watch Snoop Dogg, Jay Leno And Others Bring Music And Laughs To Arsenio Hall's New Talk Show
Nearly two decades after Arsenio Hall's late night talk show wrapped up, the actor and comedian returned to the studio, greeted by the familiar sound of cheering (and hooting) fans. The above video shows us a segment from Hall's first opening monologue, during which he jokes about how much has chanced since he last had this gift. "Back then, the only doctor that prescribed marijuana was. Dr. Dre," he joked.
The Arsenio Hall Show's First Guests Include Magic Johnson, Chris Tucker And Nas
"My first week of guests offers a taste of pop culture and represents the mix of talent I hope to have on my show every week," Hall said. "I am honored to welcome friends -- both old and new -- to my show. My goal is to have fun, make people laugh and send viewers to bed with a smile on their face."
Jay Leno Will Reportedly Leave The Tonight Show In February
If the reports are true, Jay Leno's last night as host of The Tonight Show will be February 6, 2014. That's a Thursday and it's also the night before the opening ceremony of the 2014 Winter Olympics. For months, we've known that Leno was on his way out and that Jimmy Fallon would take over the late night talk show, shifting up a time slot, as Saturday Night Live's Seth Meyers takes over Fallon's show, Late Night.
Conan, Jimmy Kimmel And Craig Ferguson Address Boston Attacks During Their Monologues
"We’re going to try and entertain you the best we can. Which, given our track record, gives you people a 20% chance of having a good time tonight." That's the closest thing Conan O'Brien came to a joke when addressing the attack during the Boston Marathon at the start of his opening monologue during last night's Conan. O'Brien, who is originally from Boston, sent his thoughts and prayers out to the people of Boston and anyone else affected by the senseless act.
Alec Baldwin Reportedly In Early Talks To Host A Late Night Talk Show At NBC
Is Alec Baldwin late-night bound? That's the current rumor. The 30 Rock star is reportedly in early talks to host his own show on NBC. Word is that he'd take over the 1:35 a.m. spot, which is currently home to the half-hour interview show, Last Call with Carson Daly.
Why Jimmy Fallon Should Stick With His Late Late Night Spot
The 11:35 timeslot is a completely different beast. The average age for people watching the television at said hour tends to skew a whole lot older, and these viewers tend to prefer the cooler and more even pace of interviews as they try and fall asleep. Not only is the interview the single worst weapon in Fallon’s arsenal, his high energy, quirky nature is typically one of his big selling points.
SNL's Seth Meyers Will Reportedly Take Over For Late Night's Jimmy Fallon
It would certainly be bad news if Seth Meyers left Saturday Night Live, as the "Weekend Update" host is one of the more consistently funny things about SNL these days. But perhaps it's time for the sketch comedy series' head writer to move on up at NBC. Meyers is reportedly in line to succeed Jimmy Fallon if and when Fallon takes over for Jay Leno on The Tonight Show.
Jimmy Fallon Will Reportedly Take Over Tonight Show By 2014 In NYC
It looks like the rumors are true; Leno’s The Tonight Show days are reportedly numbered and the man who will take his place will, as previously hinted, is Jimmy Fallon. Not only that, but the change is expected to take place by the fall of 2014, and will be accompanied by a move back to New York City for the venerable late-night show.
Arsenio Hall To Return To Late Night With A New Talk Show
Following a successful run on The Celebrity Apprentice, it's not entirely surprising news to learn that Arsenio Hall is making a comeback to late night talk show hosting. Prior to winning Donald Trump's favor on the NBC reality competition series, Hall was best known for hosting The Arsenio Hall Show back in the late-80s/early-90s. Well, that and playing Eddie Murphy's right-hand man Semmi in Coming To America.
Late Night With Jimmy Fallon To Host Week-Long Bruce Springsteen Tribute
So next week hasn’t officially been coined Springsteen week, but it should be. Beginning Monday, Late Night plans to kick off its Springsteen tribute with a musical appearance from the veteran musician and his E Street band. That won’t be the last we see from the band, however. The whole gang will return on Friday, March 2, for an interview and a little more music.
Jay Leno Goes Overboard With Romney Joke, Gets Sued
Perhaps the joke should never have been made. Because it was made, the lawsuit contends both Jay Leno and NBC are at fault for exposing the temple and the religion practiced in the temple to “hate” and “ridicule.” The lawsuit is seeking punitive damages and court costs.
Jimmy Fallon Combines Tim Tebow And David Bowie For A Song
While Saturday Night Live took a few shots at Tim Tebow a few weeks back in a sketch that poked fun of the football player’s religious enthusiasm and it looks like Jimmy Fallon took a similar approach in a musical number he performed on Late Night last night. Check it out ahead.
Tom Hanks Previews New HBO Show On Late Night With David Letterman
It’s pretty exciting when Tom Hanks announces any new TV project that he’s involved with because, well, they are all of impeccable quality. It’s no coincidence that many of his television endeavors are so good because pretty much all of them end up at the premium cabler HBO. Combine a brilliant actor and producer with the best television channel going and what you end up with are award-winning series. His next also tackles an important moment in American history: the invention of the Pop-Tart. Wait. What?
Michele Bachmann Gets An Apology From NBC
Rep. Michele Bachmann was looking for an apology from NBC over the incident on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and reports are stating that she got one. This follows a tweeted apology from the host of the late night talk show over the song choice made by the house band The Roots when the presidential candidate was making her way out to the interview chair.
The Doors Cover Reading Rainbow On Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
In the world of late night television, there is one host who stands apart from the others. Where most of them got their start as stand-up comedians or writers, Jimmy Fallon cut his teeth at the sketch comedy giant Saturday Night Live. This may not seem like an important distinction but it's definitely one that Fallon should be taking advantage of because he can do things, like absolutely perfect impersonations of Jim Morrison, that the other hosts cannot.
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