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There have been a lot of shakeups in late night television in recent years, so, it’s good to know that someone in late night will be sticking around for a while longer. It looks like Seth Meyers will be sticking with NBC for a bit.
The late night schedule was shaken up a little this fall after David Letterman left and Stephen Colbert took over the reigns on The Late Show. Sometimes newcomers manage to shake up the game, but a few months in to the fall schedule, it looks like Jimmy Fallon and The Tonight Show are going to remain king.
We all probably tell ourselves that we would exhibit adroit social skills when meeting a beloved celebrity, but there are a lot of people out there who are not so mentally sharp in the heat of the moment. Jesse Plemons knows this.
A lot of people were a part of last year’s SNL 40 anniversary special last year and a lot of people brought up stories from the set after the big event happened. Recently, former Vice President hopeful Sarah Palin revealed her own story from her big night over at Studio 8H.
The entire world has a very different view of Bill Cosby today than they did a couple of years ago. It’s actually a little odd then that Saturday Night Live”s Kenan Thompson had an experience with Cosby that actually makes more sense now.
Pranks are a tried and true Hollywood tradition. Some of today’s biggest stars are known as much for their propensity for pranks as their performances on screen. Will Forte apparently likes the occasional prank, but we can’t help but think he’s not always clear on what a prank is.
What do you think would happen if J.J. Abrams sent a real life lightsaber to a life long fan of the Star Wars franchise? Well, according to Late Night with Seth Meyers, it goes exactly how you might think it would.
Seth Meyers may be a late night host, now, but he has a lot of connections to the world of Saturday Night Live, and sometimes he revisits his SNL days with guests. Last night, Amy Poehler showed up on the series and we got our first taste of “Really with Seth and Amy” in years.
For every former cast member of Saturday Night Live, there are tons of celebrities and other personalities that the public would love to see the performers return to impersonate. In this case, it's Maya Rudolph doing Rachel Dolezal.
While Louis C.K. is now an actor and producer starring in his own stand-up specials, as well as FX’s Louie, that wasn’t always so. On last night’s Late Night with Seth Meyers, the comedian recounted the filthiest joke he ever managed to get on the air while working for Conan O’Brien.
Will Smith may be in the spotlight right now with his recent success in the film Focus co-starring Margot Robbie, but that doesn’t mean that his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith can’t share some spotlight too.
Matthew Perry is an actor who, despite many genuine attempts, hasn’t been able to pull his career out of the shadow of the hit comedy Friends, so it’s extremely interesting to know that Perry was one terrible series order away from completely missing out on playing Chandler Bing.
Seth Meyers is a pretty good interview, but last night he stepped away from the desk to bring us a brand new “Second Chance Theater” sketch, this time bringing in Jason Sudeikis to highlight an SNL segment that never made it to the live show.
Late Night with Seth Meyers isn’t as known for viral videos as his network partner Jimmy Fallon, but on Thursday night Late Night called upon the talents of none other than George R.R. Martin to judge some Game of Thrones costumes. You can check out what the Song of Ice and Fire series author has to say to those who played a clash of costumes,
Bill Hader is finally making himself a known entity in Hollywood, but for years he ruled the Saturday Night Live stage in New York. The former Not Ready For Primetime player popped up on Seth Meyers’ Late Night this week, and it wouldn’t be a true SNL reunion without a little Stefon talk. You can hear more about the origins of the character, as well as some funny behind-the-scenes stories, below.