Chris Pratt and Jimmy Fallon treat us all to a hilarious version of The Tonight Show’s Nonsense Karaoke.
While some TV fans might be grateful for all of the different ways in which programming is available in this modern age, it turns out networks don’t always share that level of exuberance. Particularly when it comes to Verizon's FiOS Custom TV plan.
Regardless of how much one likes The Voice’s contestants each season, a bulk of the enjoyment comes from the group that’s sitting in the coaches’ chairs, and viewers can look forward to seeing former coaches Gwen Stefani, Usher and CeeLo Green return.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has a penchant for bringing different types of celebrities together, and last night Fallon decided to play Pictionary with a motley crew. Check out Rose Byrne, LL Cool J, Fallon and Big Sean giving the classic game a go.
Parenthood only wrapped up its sixth and final season back in January, but the creator of NBC’s family drama, Jason Katims, is already looking to revitalize the series. Details here.
NBC has The Wizard of Oz on the brain. The network channel has already signed on for a live production of The Wiz and now it seems that the formerly defunct Emerald City project is going to be going straight-to-series again.
When NBC ended the run of its sci-fi action drama, Revolution a year ago, it was a heartbreaking, though expected expiration. While efforts to get the series revived and relocated will likely never occur, it appears that the property, itself will live on in a new form.
Not everyone is sharing in the good fortune comic book television has earned this season. For the mystical con-man John Constantine, it’s looking likely that we won’t be seeing him again next fall on the small screen.
Taraji P. Henson rocked the stage on Saturday Night Live last night, but one of her best sketches actually worked thanks to the inclusion of Sesame Street characters like Bert, Ernie, Snuffleupagus and Big Bird.
Ever wonder what would happen if HBO’s Game of Thrones and the 1991 John Singleton film, Boyz n the Hood came together?
The average network morning shows pop up on your screens bright and early and are full of overly-chipper hosts. As a result, hard news tends to be mixed with fluff stories. A recent look at morning shows revealed the programs spend a lot of time plugging other projects connected to the network.
On last night’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Louis C.K. recalled a fascinating anecdote dating back nearly two decades where the paths of C.K. and a young, up-and-coming baby-faced talent in Jimmy Fallon would fatefully cross. And not for the better.
Although Heroes Reborn is mostly being filled with brand-new characters, there are a few familiar faces from the original series who will be visiting. Following Jack Coleman and Masi Oka, a third Heroes alumni has been confirmed to appear.
The ending of one period drama leaves showrunner Julian Fellowes open to create another period drama, and NBC already has dibs. The Gilded Age has been in the works for quite some time at NBC, but now we’ve learned that the show might exist in the same universe as Downton Abbey.
With the inner-workings of the Church of Scientology becoming a timely discussion with a new HBO documentary film, Saturday Night Live would take the opportunity to skewer its subject in a way that’s both direct, yet technically, indirect. Check it out in all its glazed-eyed glory before you sit down to John Hancock that billion year contract.