Conan O'Brien scored a victory over NBC in his debut.
His new TBS show attracted 4.2 million viewers, beating the 3.5 million who tuned into Jay Leno's Tonight Show on NBC and the 3.4 million who watched David Lettermen's Late Show on CBS. Jon Stewart's The Daily Show on Comedy Central drew 1.3 million viewers.
Lea Michele, Conan O'Brien
On his first night back in the late-night saddle, Conan O'Brien killed — and was killed, Sonny Corleone-style, riddled with bullets as he left the NBC gates in his hilarious cold open. Then the guests came on, and he died a little. And then he roared back to life, jamming and clowning with ...
Bill Hader, Jon Hamm, Nasim Pedrad
Mad Men's Jon Hamm again showed his acting range and comedic chops, hosting his second Halloween episode of Saturday Night Live. This year's costume, he said, was "slightly less nervous" as opposed to last time's "nervous."
The 39-year-old actor's monologue proved that he's just as good as coming up with ad campaigns on the spot as his alter ego Don Draper:
Red: Werewolf Hunter (Saturday, 9/8c, Syfy)
Not to be confused with the Bruce Willis/Helen Mirren movie about Retired and Extremely Dangerous spies, this Halloween-ready TV-movie stars Felicia Day (The Guild, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog) as a carrot-topped descendent of Little Red Riding Hood who's mixing it up with a different sort of wolfish predator. Things get complicated when Red brings home a fiancée who get bitten by a werewolf, making him a prime target of her werewolf-hunting family. Can Red save the day?
Seth Rogen, Tom Hanks, Jon Hamm and Michael Cera will be among the first stars to sit on Conan O'Brien's couch during the first week of his TBS talk show, the network announced Thursday.
Cara Buono had no idea when she joined the cast of Mad Men's fourth season that she would still be hanging around for the season finale.
"I was told it was going to be a couple episodes, and it blossomed into this full story line," Buono tells TVGuide.com. "I wish I had a better word for amazing, because that's all I keep saying. But it really has been amazing."
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Buono plays Dr. Faye Miller, a consultant who came to Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce to do consumer research. She quickly caught the eye of newly single Don Draper (Jon Hamm), but Faye didn't immediately hop into Don's bed like so many other women on the show...
"Who is Don Draper?" was the opening line of Mad Men this season. As it concludes, will dapper Don (Jon Hamm) be any closer to the answer? "Absolutely, conclusively," insists John Slattery, who plays fellow adman Roger Sterling. "Don came through his divorce, started the new business and survived his own personal cauldron. He ends the year transformed."
Thursday's episode of 30 Rock aired live on the both East and West Coasts, but the second broadcast made some sly adjustments.
During the East Coast broadcast, the opening number was sung by Jane Krakowski, while Cheyenne Jackson did the honors in the later broadcast, altering some of the lyrics. Chris Parnell tweaked the lyrics of Leo Spaceman's love songs, and the lines during the "commercial" from hook-handed Dr. Drew Baird (Jon Hamm) were also changed.
Betty White and a handful of Saturday Night Live stars will be on hand to honor Tina Fey when she accepts the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor later this year.
White will join Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, Fred Armisen and SNL creator Lorne Michaels at the ...
Jon Hamm says he battled chronic depression following the deaths of his parents.
The Mad Men star lost his mother to stomach cancer when he was 10 and his father — by whom he says Don Draper is partially inspired — a decade later.
Could Jon Hamm be the next Superman?
"I was ... unmoored by that," Hamm, 39, told the U.K. magazine The Observer. "But I was very fortunate to have ...