As CBS CEO Les Moonves said, "there's only one David Letterman" — and he's the onlyLate Show host the series has ever known. Letterman's impending retirement is still a year out, but that doesn't mean we can't start thinking about his eventual successor. Here is our top 10 list of picks.
Alec Baldwin says he's done with public life.
In a lengthy essay in New York Magazine, the 55-year-old veteran actor explains how the media — the paparazzi especially — made 2013 both his best year personally and his worst year publicly.
Natasha Richardson, Liam Neeson
It's been nearly five years since Natasha Richardson tragically died in a skiing accident, but her widower Liam Neeson says it still doesn't feel real.
Donnie Wahlberg and Jenny Mccarthy
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8. Don't Caption This Award: MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry lands in hot water during her "What's So Funny About 2013?" segment when her panelists, actress Pia Glenn and comedian Dean Obeidallah, take aim at Mitt Romney's grandson Kieran, who is black. "One of these things is not like the others; one of these things is not the same," Glenn says after the family's Christmas photo pops up. Obeidallah adds: "I think that this picture is great. It really sums up the diversity of the Republican Party. The RNC — at the convention — they find the one black person." Harris-Perry chimes in as well, joking that...
Kathy Griffin, Anderson Cooper
Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin will reunite as co-hosts for CNN's New Year's Eve coverage, The Wrap reports.
"I'm so thrilled Anderson Cooper has agreed to be my assistant once again as I single-handedly host New Year's Eve on CNN for my global adoring audience," Griffin said in a statement.
Michelle Dockery and Jimmy Fallon
This week, Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery played a game of "Antler Ring Toss" with Jimmy Fallon, Homeland fans got a behind-the-scenes look at the show's Moroccan set, and the cast of Duck Dynasty outlined what items are on their Christmas lists. A&E released a teaser trailer for the upcoming Wahlberg restaurant series Wahlburgers, and Above Average released its latest Podtoon, "Crash Cab." Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Anderson Cooper has inked a new deal with CNN to stay on the network through the 2016 presidential election, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
This week, Anderson Cooper publicly declared Cher's awesomeness, one of the groups that auditioned for America's Got Talent featured a human jump rope, and Discovery Digital showcased a man juggling chainsaws in slow motion. Funny or Die premiered the newest installment of Eliza Coupe's web series "Frenemies," and New York's Upright Citizens Brigade comedy troupe (featuring the likes of Amy Poehler and Horatio Sanz) offered fans a rare glimpse behind the scenes of their improv series Asssscat. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Ben Affleck, Bill Hader
While not the most memorable episode of the season, the Saturday Night Live finale was important for a number of reasons. Not only did it mark the last episode with Bill Hader, but if reports are true, it was the last with Fred Armisen and Jason Sudeikis as well. The finale also marked host Ben Affleck's induction into The Five Timer's Club, which wasn't nearly as glamorous as the Argo director expected.
2013 Boston Marathon finish line
Marking one month since the Boston Marathon bombings, CNN will air a documentary special with Anderson Cooper and Randi Kaye on Friday looking back at the iconic photographs of the immediate aftermath, the heroics of first responders and the stories of those injured on that grisly day.
Report: Boston Marathon bombing suspect left a note in the boat where he was captured