Bad Judge, NBC's new fall comedy starring Kate Walsh, has lost its showrunner due to "creative differences," Deadline reports.
Stand Up to Cancer has once again enlisted the Hollywood community for its fourth biennial fundraising telethon Friday night.
Ariana Grande, Dave Matthews, The Who, Jennifer Hudson, Lupe Fiascoand Common will all perform at the event, which will be simulcast on multiple networks and online starting at 8/7c. Gwyneth Paltrow, who is co-executive-producing the event, will appear, along with Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Jon Hamm, Will Ferrell, Mark Harmon, Kiefer Sutherland and more.
Simon MacCorkindale and Melody Anderson
One of television's best characters to shape-shift into animals in order to fight crime is getting the movie treatment! Okay, television's ONLY character to shape-shift into different animals in order to fight crime is getting the movie treatment...
In space, no one can see you conceive. That appears to be the weird but intriguing premise of CBS's high-profile summer fantasy drama Extant, a show put into play after last year's successful summer run of the network's increasingly absurd Under the Dome. While Wednesday's pilot episode (9/8c) of Extant (all that was available for review) lacks the sort of unforgettable "wow" moment provided by the severed cow in Dome's opener, the new series also seems less likely to lapse irrevocably into silly hysteria.
This week, Will Ferrell and his doppelganger, Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, had a drum-off on The Tonight Show, and Steve Buscemi launched his new web series, "Park Bench with Steve Buscemi." A paralyzed baby goat learned to walk with the help of a cart, and the contestants from The Bachelorette tried to impress Andi with a risque Magic Mike inspired dance. Also, actor David Krumholtz unveiled a new website, on which he delivers local weather reports in character as Jewish grandmother Gigi — who can probably toss a baseball better than 50 Cent, who threw out possibly the most pathetic first pitch in MLB history. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Fred Flinstone, the Blue Ranger
Film studios were feeling very nostalgic Wednesday with the announcement of not one, but two big-screen reboots of beloved TV shows.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Will Ferrell and...
Saturday Night Live
NBC is planning a new special to celebrate 40 years of Saturday Night Live, the network announced Friday.
The three-hour live special will air...
Josephine Bornebusch, Greg Poehler
Amy Poehler is one of the most beloved comedy stars on TV today. But her brother, Greg Poehler, is about to give her a run for her money.
The Jimmy Fallon Show
This week, Veronica Mars star Kristen Bell stopped by the Tonight Show and participated in a rousing game of Pictionary with Jimmy Fallon, Steve Harvey and Demi Lovato. Elsewhere, President Obama went on Zach Galifianakis' Funny or Die show "Between Two Ferns" to promote the Affordable Care Act, while Kevin Bacon explained the '80s to Millennials. And the YouTube series The Velveteen Lounge Kitsch-en offered some pointers on how to celebrate National Potato Chip Day. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Jimmy Fallon, Will Ferrell and Michelle Obama
The First Lady is showing off her comedic chops once again with the help of Jimmy Fallon.
On Thursday's episode of The Tonight Show, Michelle Obama dropped by Fallon's recurring "Ew!" skit, which features the host as a teenage girl named Sara who is grossed out by pretty much everything. While Will Ferrell was also dressed in character for the skit, Obama played herself as she raved about exercise to promote her "Let's Move!" campaign.
NBC reveals first week of guests on Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
"I think exercise is ew," Ferrell exclaims.
"Exercise is not ew!" Obama responds, explaining her love for dance, tennis and even push-ups.