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2016 has been a rough year so far for legends of stage and screen. Sadly, actor Abe Vigoda has passed. Happily, however, Conan O’Brien managed to put together a touching tribute on his talk show Conan that truly celebrated Vigoda's life.
Steve and Nancy Carell's Angie Tribeca is a hilariously absurd parody of the modern police procedural that honors Hollywood's long tradition of spoof comedy, and star Rashida Jones carries the weight with a Leslie Niesen-like poise. This could easily be TBS' breakout comedy hit.
The Last Man on Earth star Will Forte explains how a local dildo factory invited him and the rest of the show's crew for an outrageous tour of the facility.
Lo, another one of TBS' original series has been put to pasture, as the network has canceled the freshman comedy Clipped, ensuring that no one will get to see a Season 2. Let us all pour a little bit of water out of the spray bottle in mourning.
How can you tell that Terry Crews is one of the most enjoyable actors working right now? Because as fun as it is to watch his bonkers Old Spice commercials, it’s nearly just as fun to watch him watching himself in those commercials. It takes talent. Check it out!
After three seasons, TBS has cancelled the reality series King of the Nerds, and will not seek a fourth.
Good evening, USA! I had a feeling that today would be a wonderful day, and it has been now that TBS had decided to express just how much love it has for American Dad by expanding its already expanded future.
Jeff Goldblum is famous for being a bit of a weirdo, which is why we love him. But that doesn't mean he can't be sweet and adorable, too, like when he tells Conan O'Brien about his new baby boy.
Lawsuits in entertainment are nothing new, but many of them are centered on vague story ideas or plot points. In the case of a recent suit, though, Conan O’Brien has been accused of stealing jokes and using them on his show. Pretty specific stuff here.
Hannibal Buress has been on the quick rise in the past few years, and now he’s taking his brand of comedy to Shark Week. Well, he’s not exactly a part of Shark Week, he’s taking advantage of the shark humor to promote his own show. It's the funniest thing you'll see all day.
Tonight Conan O’Brien gave us great insight regarding what it meant to take Letterman’s old timeslot on NBC and how Letterman helped to really introduce him to the masses when he was having a tough time.
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning may be best known for winning Super Bowls, but he has built up a good reputation for being a funny guy. For instance, he took the opportunity at the recent SNL 40 special to play a strange prank on comedian Kevin Nealon.
Bee is currently the longest-running Daily Show correspondent, having joined the series back in 2003, and was a frontrunner in many fans’ minds to take over as host once Jon Stewart exits the show later this year. But that definitely won't be happening.
It was only two weeks ago that the beloved Bill Murray surprised NBC's Parks and Recreation viewers, dropping in on Leslie Knope and company in a casket. Now with the recent news that Murray is set to appear on Rashida Jones' new show Angie Tribeca, following LAPD's elite RHCU (Really Heinous Crimes Unit), we're left wondering if he'll play a dead guy, yet again.
Norman Reedus stopped by Conan to talk about his own mildly notorious tongue etiquette, which involves licking people’s faces. Note to self: keep an eye out for an upcoming Gene Simmons appearance.