Jimmy Fallon's primary goal when he hosts the Emmy Awards on August 29: "I want to keep it moving," he tells TV Guide Magazine. "I've been to so many Emmy parties, and sometimes you sit there and go, 'Come on!'" Here are Fallon's tips for a great show...
THE PILLARS OF THE EARTH (Friday, 10/9c, Starz)
The epic miniseries wraps as Jack returns to Kingsbridge to finish work on the cathedral, but not without more threats and attacks from the villainous likes of Regan, William and the ever-scheming Waleran. Expect the body count to rise before all is said and built...
Want to be a part of Sunday's Emmys ceremony? All you need is a Twitter account and some something clever to say.
"Jimmy Fallon can't read your mind, but he can read your tweets!" NBC's website says.
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On Tuesday, a list of the presenters participating on the awards show — including nominees Jon Hamm and...
Emmy nominees Jon Hamm and Jim Parsons have also been tapped to present at the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards. Eva Longoria Parker and Blair Underwood will also serve as presenters.
Hamm is nominated for best actor in a drama series for Mad Men, and for...
Audiences are most familiar with Jimmy Fallon sitting behind his desk on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. However, as the funnyman prepares to host the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on August 29, NBC has released new promos of Fallon wandering the halls of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce—donning his best '60s attire—in three hilarious Mad Men spoofs.
"We made it for our show [Late Night] because we spoof all the shows," Fallon tells TV Guide Magazine. "We asked the Mad Men people for their blessing and they said you can shoot it on our set if you want to!"
The first promo aired...
So much for Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce Fallon!
NBC plans to pull three Mad Men-inspired promos produced by Emmy host Jimmy Fallon until after voting closes on Aug. 17.
The Late Night host unveiled three spoofs of the AMC drama early Thursday in which he steps into the shoes of...
Cheers to Reggie Watts for lighting up the small screen.
The incandescent comic/musician — who's like the love child of Zach Galifianakis and Jack Black, plus a giant Afro — tore down houses as the opening act for Conan O'Brien's just-concluded "Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour." He made his network debut on O'Brien successor Jimmy Fallon's Late Night and performed one of his breakout tunes, "Big-Ass Purse," in TBS' recent special Team Coco Presents: Conan's Writers. Too bad ...
Jeers to The Kilborn File for an underwhelming first guest.
We know Craig Kilborn's return to TV after a six-year absence is only a six-week run on six Fox affiliates, but couldn't he do better than...
Betty White has popped up everywhere lately — she's in movies and on award shows and in a Super Bowl commercial and, of course, on Craig Ferguson's couch — but the one place she never thought she'd wind up was hosting Saturday Night Live. "Well, at my age, I'm an old broad. ... I said, 'I'd rather watch it than do it,'" she recalls of her initial reaction to the invitation to host.
Betty White turns cougar for Saturday Night Live promo
Her agent, though, really wanted her to do it. "To be invited to do a show as current ...