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Saturday Night Live has already aired a few memorable sketches this fall, but the long-running sketch comedy series is going to amp things up considerably in the coming weeks. No offense to Tracy Morgan and Miley Cyrus, the upcoming SNL hosting lineup is dynamite.
There are graveyard populations that are more active than NBC’s current comedy output. Thankfully, they’re aiming to boost things back up in the future, and they’re bringing in some of the biggest comedic names in the network’s recent history for new projects.
Fallon decided to play a fun little game called, “True Confessions.” He also brought in comedy’s favorite ladies, Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, for the fun segment, which featured Fey telling a very revealing story.
Leave it to Tina Fey to give David Letterman the best send-off gift ever. The comedian stripped down to her spanx to honor her wearing her last dress for the retiring talk show host. You won't see that happening on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Some fans of NBC’s 30 Rock really wanted Liz Lemon and Jack Donaghy to end up together by the time the series ended, but they didn’t, and Alec Baldwin explained why in a recent Reddit AMA.
As their three-year reign comes to a close, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will be passing the Golden Globes hosting gig over to new (or potentially old) blood. Find out who we think should get the gig.
The Golden Globes might hit the TV schedule like clockwork once a year, and even though most movie and TV fans know the drill by now, there are still a few fun, emotional and clever moments worth talking about. Especially when Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are running the show.
On the lighter end of the Ricky Gervais' roasting spectrum are Golden Globe co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, who have poked fun at the Brit for his own hosting stint. But rather than sit back and take it with a smile and a high-pitched chortle, Gervais will possibly use this year’s ceremony to take it right back to them.
We’re ramping up for awards season, with both the Golden Globes and the Oscars hitting the schedule early next year. If anything has made this apparent, it’s the video NBC produced this week featuring Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, the 2015 hosts of the Golden Globes. Watch them poke fun at red carpet fashion.
Netflix is becoming kind of known for swooping in and rescuing cancelled series, but the situation involving Tina Fey's new comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is a bit different, as this half-hour comedy about a doomsday cult escapee wasn't technically cancelled by NBC and hasn't even aired yet.
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey have certainly been the “it” ladies at the Golden Globes over the last couple of years. After debuting as hosts in 2013, the two funnywomen signed contracts to host the popular awards ceremony in 2014 and 2015. The real question then is whether or not Poehler and Fey plan to renew their hosting contracts.
Created by Tina Fey and fellow ex-30 Rock writer Robert Carlock, the series stars The Office’s Ellie Kemper in the titular lead role, and now Jane Krakowski has signed on for a recurring part. Will this be a 30 Rock reunion that begins, ends and middles with songs? We can dream…dream…dream a little dream of meee…
You know what’s better than a perfectly executed late night sketch? One that goes sort of akimbo and ultimately fails in the most hilarious of manners. And all of that is only made better when the folks involved are Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon. The duo attempted to “flip lips” — fairly self-explanatory, right? — in order for Fey to interview herself, only what transpired was a botched sing-a-long with a bevy of lip licking. Fail!
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has put a lock on our next outing with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, and that date is Sunday, January 11, 2015. Also known as the airdate of the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards on NBC. The HFPA and Dick Clark Productions confirmed that the Fey-and-Poehler hosted award show will air on the network live from the Beverly Hills Hilton at 5PM PST/8PM EST. Hooray!
One thing remains fairly clear about NBC’s current pilot season strategy: ladies, ladies, ladies. And leading the pack is all-around queen of wonderful hilarity, Amy Poehler. The network has recently wrangled several new series for potential pick-ups next season from the likes of Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, and even a CIA drama that would mark the television return of Katherine Heigl. That’s a lot of women running stuff over at the peacock, y'all.