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Red Nose Day has become something of a global phenomenon now that the US and NBC have joined the action. It often shows celebrities you wouldn’t think of having a good laugh. It was quite a change of pace, however, when one of the most dark, violent shows on TV was used as the springboard for a shiny, happy musical.
Fans were excited to hear about Heroes Reborn, the new series hitting this fall. We know NBC’s revival of Heroes will feature a collection of both old and new characters, and we now have confirmation that another major character from the original series will be making his return.
For this year’s Red Nose Day, which has already given us Indiana Kendrick, comedians Nick Offerman and Will Ferrell have come together to see which actor is better at appealing to crowds for charitable donations. Where are they doing it? On NBC’s The Voice, and there's a special guest involved.
Despite only hitting the schedule in 2011, NBC’s The Voice has already aired a whopping eight seasons on the network. On Tuesday night, the NBC reality competition series went head to head with ABC’s Dancing with the Stars in the ratings.
A few days after Jimmy Kimmel decided not to air a new episode opposite Letterman’s big finale, Jimmy Fallon decided to give his own tribute to the late night legend.
Last fall, Saturday Night Live made some changes to its lineup. Now, we’ve reached the end of Season 40, and Cecily Strong recently spoke out about the “Weekend Update” lineup change, and what bothered her the most regarding people’s reactions.
While there are some offended folks out there who probably thought Louis C.K.'s scathing monologue should have been cut, a digital sketch about joke plagiarism was excised instead. Good timing, SNL.
Last night, the SNL monologue showed that Louis C.K. brand of comedy you’ve either grown to love or hate. Watch as C.K. explores racism, the Middle East, and child molestation all in one bit.
The 2015-2016 Network TV Upfronts are upon us. Along with news of renewals, cancellations and schedules, the major networks have released trailers for their upcoming Fall shows. We've got all of the trailers, along with some information on each new series...
Despite Constantine being cancelled by NBC, may still be a chance for John Constantine to appear on Arrow even if the his show doesn’t get picked up by another network.And it won't even take any magic.
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.
Last year, it looked as if veteran cast member Kenan Thompson would be exiting stage left, but that was just a bad rumor, and he will indeed be back on stage for Season 41. Get your favorite sweaters ready for more Bill Cosby impressions!
But unlike Marvel, who has all their network shows located on ABC, DC shows have been spread out over several networks, provoking questions as to whether the CW offerings could cross over with shows like Gotham or Constantine. Apparently, one such crossover actually almost happened.
Over the past 40 years, Saturday Night Live has taken its satire to some particularly dark and controversial places, in between all the silly stuff. Check out this particularly spot-on sketch mixing game shows and the prophet Muhammad.
NBC just announced a few new shows that network will be adding to the lineup for the 2015-2016 TV season. Wesley Snipes has signed on with the network for the new series The Player, and now we’ve got the first look at the high profile NBC program.