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We are T minus 3 days until Tracy Morgan makes his official return to Saturday Night Live, and today we’ve just been given a good look at the type of humor the comedian plans to favor during his big return to television.
The 67th Emmy Awards delivered a lot of wonderful moments, from the musical opening to the touching acceptance speeches of Viola Davis and Uzo Aduba. But they waited until the end to drop what was arguably the best of them all: the return of Tracy Morgan.
On Monday, NBC announced that Season 41 will kick off with a couple of fun female guests and the return of Tracy Morgan to television. That’s right, one of 30 Rock’s biggest funnymen is finally headed back to the small screen.
It’s been a year since Tracy Morgan was in a terrible car accident that put him in a coma for two weeks and killed his friend, James McNair. He appeared on Today this morning to discuss his recovery and his future, and a return to comedy is imminent.
Actor and comedian Tracy Morgan is ready to return to the public eye. Nearly a year to the day that a tragic six-car accident left him with debilitating bodily injuries and head trauma, the former SNL star will reportedly reemerge next week for a live interview.
As comedian Tracy Morgan lies in the hospital recovering following his limo bus accident over the weekend, he definitely has a lot on his plate to worry about. The most important thing is getting better, obviously, but when he pulls through, his previously announced FXX series will “waiting for him,” the network said in a statement.
Tracy Morgan may have found his next small screen starring role. The actor and comedian is set to star in a comedy pilot for FX called Death Pact, which comes from Rob Long and Tad Safran. He'll play a pot-dealing assistant high school coach, which not only sounds like a fun role for Morgan, but also a fitting character for FX, when we consider the humor featured in shows like It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Wilfred.
Eddie Murphy: One Night Only is a tribute special that will feature a slew of celebrities taking a look back at Murphy’s career, which spans stand-up appearances, Saturday Night Live, and a slew of film roles. The special airs Wednesday, November 14, and to celebrate Spike TV has a couple of clips to share with fans, from Tracy Morgan to Stevie Wonder and Eddie Murphy himself.
Obviously, the comment was met with confused and nervous reactions. I don’t know if his live television antics are better for viewers or worse for nervous network executives. Either way, I’ll take them
Even though the comment elicited plenty of laughter from Charles Barkley and Kenny Smith, you could tell by the look on Ernie Johnson’s face that we were headed for some serious next day backpedaling.
Tracy Morgan’s about to have his very first HBO Stand-Up comedy special. HBO made the announcement today, stating that the 30 Rock’s stars stand-up act will air next month.
How will the cutaways work? Can Tracy Morgan keep down the profanity on live TV? How will they be able to keep all the guest stars from clawing out each others' eyes as they wait in the wings? So many questions to be asked
Betty White and Jeff Dunham on 30 Rock! Sorry, I just can't bring myself to get nearly as excited about that second one. I know he's incredibly popular and breaking records on Comedy Central, but come on?! He's no Betty White!
The internet spoke, and apparently Tracy listened…or else he was badgered by publicists or co-stars into relenting. Yes, Tracy Morgan is twittering. Tweeting? Twitterizing? Whatever
Anyone who watches 30 Rock knows that Tracy Morgan is almost as multi-talented as his fictional alter-ego Tracy Jordan. Little did we suspect, however, that Morgan has also been hiding yet another identity: that of rapper Scoopy Giles