Justin Bieber, The Late Show with David Letterman
Justin Bieber dropped by Friday's taping of The Late Show With David Letterman to tell us "Top 10 Reasons It's Fun to Be Justin Bieber."
Justin Bieber, Ty Burrell and Zachary Levi hoop it up for NBA All-Star Celebrity Game
We'll only ruin No: 5: "At the barber shop, I can say, 'Give me the me.'"
Check out the sneak peek of the teen heartthrob's appearance. Bonus: There's a Bieber drum solo! ...
Our top moments of the week:
9. Some Things Never Change Award: On the season finale of Millionaire Matchmaker, Patti tries to find love for Stacy Kessler — a millionairess whom she threw out of her office earlier in the season. But history repeats itself when Stacy shows her date a cringe-worthy, self-made DVD about preparing for a lingerie shoot, which promptly ends the date, and her relationship with Patti -- again.
8. Scariest Stare-Down: Unsurprisingly, former heavyweight champ Patrick "Lights" Leary throws some blood-splattering punches in the Lights Out premiere. But his most threatening confrontation comes when the big bruiser silently stares down daughter Ava's secret boyfriend, "Brent from Brunswick," after the two...
Mark Harmon is America's favorite TV star, according to a recent Harris Poll.
Ratings: NCIS sets series high; Conan wins among young demo
Years after he played on St. Elsewhere and Chicago Hope, the 59-year-old NCIS star jumped seven spots from last year to beat out ...
Ricky Gervais and Jon Stewart
Ricky Gervais was supposed to talk about his upcoming HBO stand-up special, Out of England 2, during his appearance on The Daily Show. But between the British comic's chemistry with Jon Stewart and Gervais' blasé attitude toward promoting his own show, their conversation covered different, wider terrain.
During their seven-minute conversation Tuesday, Gervais and Stewart discussed the possibility of a Stephen Hawking talk show. "I was just imagining also how...
How powerful is TV's Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, 46 years after its first airing? A week ago Tuesday, CBS' annual telecast clobbered the equally classic animated treasure How the Grinch Stole Christmas on ABC when they went head to head. Since then, The Daily Show's Jon Stewart put his voice over the Burl Ives snowman/narrator as part of a hilarious holiday-animation takedown of Fox News Channel's yearly "War on Christmas" hysteria. ("The season wouldn't feel the same without people going out of their way to be offended by nothing.") Glee kicked off its frenetically sentimental Christmas episode this week with a rendition of "The Island of Misfit Toys" (how appropriate). And now the entire cast of NBC's Community looks like they stepped off of Hermie's assembly line in Santa's workshop.
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As you may have heard, this week's episode of Community, "Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas," is done completely in stop-motion animation, the style immortalized in those enduring Rankin/Bass Christmas-TV chestnuts...
President Barack Obama is "too far left" for the French and the Germans, Jon Stewart "loves polarization" and NPR has a "Nazi attitude," Roger Ailes said in a long interview with The Daily Beast's Howard Kurtz.
While holding a mug branded with the Fox News Channel's logo, "fair and balanced," the network's chairman shared his views on a wide-variety of subjects often discussed on the network.
Glenn Beck criticized for comments about George Soros
On Obama, Ailes said...
The late night landscape has gotten more crowded this week with the premiere of TBS' Conan. Host Conan O'Brien has pulled in high ratings in the 11 o'clock hour on the cable channel, but he is facing ...
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.
Steve Doocy, Gretchen Carlson and Brian Kilmeade
Every day, 1.2 million viewers are waking up with Fox News' Fox & Friends, an audience that towers over other cable-news morning shows. But the breezy style of the three coanchors — Steve Doocy, Gretchen Carlson and Brian Kilmeade — has also made the program fodder for the likes of Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart and The Soup's Joel McHale. TV Guide Magazine talked to the trio to find out if they're in on the joke.
For the month of October, Jon Stewart was the king of late night.
Bolstered by the mid-term election, his sit-down with President Barack Obama and the lead-up to the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear, Comedy Central's The Daily Show averaged more viewers among adults 18 to 49 than...