This week, Jimmy Fallon helped Britney Spears sign up for Tinder, and also participated in a Tonight Show edition of Family Feud that went completely off the rails. Former Saturday Night Live cast member Bill Hader shared a hilarious Casey Kasem sketch that tragically never made it to air, and Ellen DeGeneres released her own version of Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" video. Elsewhere, viewers also got their first taste of Utopia and its amazing theme song, as well as a very special Jeff Goldblum rendition of the Jurassic Park theme song. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
The Ray Rice scandal continues.
A day after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell denied having seen video of Rice physically assaulting his fiancée before it was leaked, a law enforcement official tells the Associated Press that he sent the damning footage to...
Who says the Miss America pageant can't keep up with the times?!
On Tuesday's preliminary competition for the 2015 crown, Miss Ohio Mackenzie Bart won the talent portion for her ventriloquism act. Bart took home a $2,000 prize for not just single-handedly making single guys across America suddenly very interested in the lost art, but because she also sang a duet of...
If Rachel (Lea Michele) is really going to resurrect the McKinley High glee club against Principal Sue's wishes this season on Glee, she's gonna need the help of all the former New Direction-ers she can get.
Thankfully, E! News reports that glee club alums and...
Do you have one of those "... and all I got was this lousy T-shirt" souvenirs? Family Feud can name something worse
Nurse Jackie is checking out.
The Edie Falco-led dark comedy will say goodbye after its upcoming seventh season...
Former WCW and WWE wrestler Sean O'Haire was found dead Tuesday of an apparent suicide, TMZ.com reports. He was 43 years old.
According to local police, O'Haire was found in his bedroom in his South Carolina home with rope tied around his neck and connected to his bedpost. His body was...
Tributes have been pouring in for Joan Rivers since the comedienne died on Sept. 4 at the age of 81. Among her fans, Rivers was known for her abrasive humor and brash commentary, but among those closest to her, Rivers was known for her kindness, loyalty and early brand of feminism.
The Hollywood Reporter recently compiled comments from two dozen current and former colleagues of Rivers into a career-spanning oral history. Here are the seven most telling excerpts from the piece:
Chris Pratt will kick off Saturday Night Live's 40th season when he hosts the Sept. 27 premiere with musical guest Ariana Grande, NBC announced Wednesday.
Thursday Night Football is finally here and before CBS' big premiere, we've asked the commentators, analysts and anchors to share memories of their very first football game.
"I was 14-years-old and my dad took me to Pitt stadium where the Steelers used to play," Bill Cowher tells us in the video below. "I remember John Henry Johnson and 'Cannonball' Butler — I just loved those names — and I remember watching what those guys did on the sidelines ... in between plays."
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