Ryan Seacrest, Larry King
Worst Lady Gaga cover ever?
Larry King stopped by Ryan Seacrest's radio show Thursday to discuss his possible return to radio after hanging up his suspenders at CNN. But somehow the conversation segued into an impromptu duet of Lady Gaga's monster hit "Poker Face."
The result is an a rhythmless, out-of-tune a capella rendition featuring Seacrest's squeaky vocals and some unfortunate stuttering from King...
The ratings for NBC's Tonight Show this summer have been nothing to laugh about.
As part of a downward trend across all of late-night TV, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno has hit a record low among the desirable adults-18-to-49 demographic, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Since the end of the standing broadcast season in May, Leno is averaging 3.8 million viewers a night. Even though that's a 12 percent boost in viewers from Conan O'Brien's Tonight a year ago, it's down 23 percent in the demo.
Leno is, however, beating The Late Show with David Letterman by 22 percent in both measures...
Virginia Donohoe and Rich Sommer
There's a new little man in Mad Men star Rich Sommer's life.
See photos of Sommer on Mad Men
The actor and his wife, Virgina Donahoe, welcomed a baby boy on Tuesday, according to People. Patrick Ryan Sommer tipped the scales at 7 lbs., 9 oz.
"We are loving hanging with our happy, healthy baby boy, and appreciate our family and friends joining us in celebrating this exciting time," Sommer, who plays the bespectacled Harry Crane on the AMC advertising drama, said in a statement...
Parker, play dead! Those are the instructions given to Leverage's blonde grifter-in-training played by Beth Riesgraf as Nate (Timothy Hutton) and his team of do-gooder con artists pull their last con of the summer — a job that brings them one step closer to nabbing the as-yet-unseen international crook Damien Moreau...
Michael Cristofer, Rubicon
There are renaissance men in this world, and then there's Michael Cristofer.
He's currently kicking keister on Rubicon as eccentric intelligence czar Truxton Spangler — a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside a trench coat — but acting hasn't always been his thing. In fact, Cristofer is way better known as a playwright (he won the Pulitzer Prize and a Tony for "The Shadow Box") and film scribe (The Witches of Eastwick), and he's also an acclaimed director (his HBO movie Gia made Angelina Jolie world famous). Now he's penning his first opera...