Henry Winkler, Maya Rudoph
The Fonz is sporting a sweet ponytail in this first look at former Happy Days star Henry Winkler guest starring on this Thursday's Up All Night (9:30/8:30c on NBC).
Maya Rudolph sure didn't look like she was out of shape when she returned to host Saturday Night Live last month. Nonetheless, SNL regular Fred Armisen has just been cast to play...
Stevie Nicks will stay Up All Night with a guest appearance on the NBC sitcom, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The Fleetwood Mac singer will play herself on an upcoming episode that sees Reagan...
Saturday Night Live
Maya Rudolph returned to her old Saturday Night Live stomping grounds as host and got a little help from friends Amy Poehler and Justin Timberlake.
After a 14-month "hiatus," the latest installment of "Bronx Beat" reunited Rudolph and Poehler. Watch for a surprise appearance by frequent host — and devoted Jodi and Betty admirer — Timberlake...
Maya Rudolph is returning to her old Saturday Night Live stomping grounds this week — but there's a slight problem: She still owes Fred Armisen $20 from 2007 and she's also got writers' block.
Once she gets over those hurdles, she'll have to deal with what's inside the time capsule she left behind.
Find out what that is in these promos for Rudolph's return to SNL:
Jason Lee, Ceren Alkac
Alvin and the Chipmunks star Jason Lee will soon have his own trio of kids in real life.
Kenan Thompson and Zooey Deschanel
Zooey Deschanel will bring her adorkable shtick to Saturday Night Live if promos for her hosting gig Saturday (11:30/10:30c, NBC) are any indication.
Ain't this cool? Former Fonz, Henry Winkler, is being eyed for the role of Ava's father, Robert, on NBC's Up All Night. "We're excited about Henry Winkler, and Maya Rudolph [Ava] just adores him," says the ...
Hugh Laurie, Teri Hatcher, Mariska Hargitay
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Thanks for the preview of next week's House. Anything else you can tell me? — Alex
ADAM: While lots of (deserved) attention has been paid to Jeffrey Wright's excellent guest turn as a neurologist deciding House's fate, don't take your eyes off the rest of the team. The incident that leads to the investigation leaves a major character fighting serious injuries that could upend his or her future on the show. And the crippling fallout will even have Dr. Crankypants uttering the words — gasp! — "I'm sorry."
Is Julie really pregnant on Desperate Housewives? — Jaime
NATALIE: The promos don't lie, and neither do we. Susan is going to be a grandma. The surprise twist? The father...
Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy
Our roundup of the most memorable moments of the SAG awards:
1. Scorsese-est Drinking Game: In showing a highlight from their nominated film Bridesmaids, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy talk about devising a drinking game while making the movie. "You have to take a drink every time, and I mean every time, you hear the word Scorsese," says Rudolph. McCarthy adds: "You'd be surprised how often that comes up in casual conversation because people just like to throw that thing around." After describing the film, Wiig says: "Do you think that Scorsese saw our movie?" Then they proceed to throw the name around willy-nilly, with Rudolph mixing in "prosecco."