Jamie Foxx, Channing Tatum, Jimmy Kimmel
In what's becoming a post-Oscars show tradition, Jimmy Kimmel debuted the trailer for the "star-studded" Movie: The Movie 2V, the sequel to his trailer from last year, Movie: The Movie.
Tatum and Jamie Foxx stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live after the Academy Awards ceremony to talk about their new movie, White House Down. They also performed a musical number with Kimmel, which featured Foxx on piano and Tatum reprising some of his sultry dance moves from Magic Mike. Check out the clip below:
Good Morning America
This week, the cast of Happy Endings got in on the Harlem Shake phenomenon, Jimmy Kimmel dared his viewers to give their wives and girlfriends terrible Valentine's Day gifts, and Robin Roberts returned to Good Morning America after a lengthy medical leave. With Sunday's Oscar broadcast quickly approaching, Saturday Night Live and host Christoph Waltz took the opportunity to parody Best Picture nominee Django Unchained, and Hulu offered a sneak peek at one of the nominees for Best Animated Short. Check out those clips and more in this week's Top Videos:
Chris P. Bacon
This week, the Internet became obsessed with a tiny piglet in a wheelchair, as well as Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) taking a sip from a miniature water bottle during his response to President Obama's State of the Union Address. In celebrity news, Zach Galifianakis interviewed Oscar hopefuls, and X Factor winner Tate Stevens debuted his first single during the Grammy Awards. And a little boy tried to tell his mother he hadn't been snacking when all evidence pointed to the contrary. Check out those clips and more in our Top Videos of the Week:
Larry King, Katie Couric
Prepare yourself for this mental image: Katie Couric and Larry King went on a date.
You doing alright there? Feel OK enough to continue? Good.
Shannon Woodward, Lucas Neff
We knew it wouldn't be all grins and giggles when three networks decided to stake out comedy ground on Tuesdays this season, cannibalizing the audience with too much of a quirky thing. Sure enough, the laughter ended last week for two of the night's more offbeat sitcoms: Fox's Ben and Kate and ABC's Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, both abruptly if not unexpectedly yanked from the schedule.
If there's an upside, it's that we get more to love, at least for now, of Fox's underappreciated Raising Hope (8/7), now airing back-to-back episodes off and on for several weeks.
Viewers of Jimmy Kimmel Live tuned in Thursday night to see the late-night host bound and gagged at the corner of the stage. Matt Damon had hijacked the show, and proceeded to oversee what may have been one of the most star-studded episodes in talk show history.
The Damon episode, of course, was the culmination of a long-running joke...
Jimmy Kimmel Live
After 10 years, Matt Damon has finally gotten revenge on Jimmy Kimmel for bumping him from Jimmy Kimmel Live 1,205 times.
"Welcome to tonight's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Sucks," Damon said on Thursday's episode, while Kimmel struggled tied to a chair behind him.
Dana Carvey, Jay Leno
This week, a bunch of sad hopefuls auditioned for American Idol, Dana Carvey sang "The Ballad of Jay Leno" and Lance Armstrong endured a public shaming by Oprah Winfrey. And in spoofs, Manti Te'o made an eHarmony ad and comedians advertised Birth Control Yogurt. Check out these clips and more in our Top Videos of the Week.
Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovalani
For ABC Entertainment President Paul Lee, the Alphabet network's fall schedule was a bit of a mixed bag.
"We have a lot to shout about and we also have a lot to do," Lee told reporters at the Television Critics Association winter TV previews on Thursday. The network, which finished 2012 in third place behind NBC and Fox, struggled to launch new shows -- new dramas Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue were canceled; Nashville is solid, though Lee wishes he had more viewers in the 35-to-49 demographic — and saw previous ratings juggernaut Dancing with the Stars slide to new lows. "Turns out people like to...
This week, Jimmy Kimmel made an impressive debut in his new 11:35 p.m. timeslot (despite the fact that Jennifer Aniston destroyed his set), James Franco lips-ynced to Justin Bieber and filmed it, celebrities read mean tweets about themselves, and Al Roker admitted to pooping his pants. In non-celebrity news, a soldier dressed up like Spider-man to surprise his son, an amateur duo performed a rap medley in their underwear, and a bunch of fast food workers were scared out of their wits by what appeared to be an in invisible driver. Check out these clips and more in this week's Top Videos.