Jake Gyllenhaal, Jimmy Fallon
To celebrate the premiere of TLC Sarah Palin's Alaska, Jimmy Fallon wrote a song about the former Alaskan Governor.
Jake Gyllenhaal joined the Late Night host to perform the ridiculously outrageous musical number, "Gonna Eat That Talkin' Sandwich: The Sarah Palin Song." (Why a talkin' sandwich? Because, for whatever reason, TLC reminds Fallon of a BLT sandwich.)
Check out the video below:
Former Showtime President Robert Greenblatt has been named chairman of NBC Universal TV Entertainment as part of a major companywide restructuring, Deadline reports.
Greenblatt will be responsible for all prime-time and late-night programming and NBC Universal Media Studios, among other duties. Greenblatt comes to NBC after seven years as Showtime chief. During his tenure, Greenblatt helped...
Something funny happened in the middle of shooting Wednesday's episode of Law & Order: Los Angeles: The crew found a real handgun.
While shooting the "Ballona Creek" episode earlier this month in Culver City, Calif., the crew came across a gun on set that had to be taken into custody by the real Los Angeles Police Department. "Hopefully that will be a...
Jeff Gaspin, chairman of NBC Universal TV Entertainment, announced Monday that he is leaving the company after it merges with Comcast, Variety reports.
In a memo to NBC Universal employees, the 49-year-old TV executive wrote that he and new NBCU CEO Steve Burke "could not agree on...
Kayne West has pulled out of a scheduled performance on Today following his tense interview with Matt Lauer.
West had been slated to give a concert hosted by the morning show on Nov. 26, the day after Thanksgiving. He has since tweeted that the event would no longer be happening.
"I'm not performing on the Today Show for obvious reasons," he continued. "I don't hate...
Cheers to John Slattery for his sidesplitting turn as a true madman on 30 Rock.
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Following in the wingtipped footsteps of costar Jon Hamm, the Emmy nominee hammed it up hilariously as Steve Austin — not the wrestler, or the Six Million Dollar Man, unless you're blind or senile — a Rhode Island congressional candidate/owner of a local paintball facility. Sure, his literally infantile platform (and his even-less-authentic-than-Julianne-Moore's accent) might have seemed silly, but is "I'm a baby" any more ridiculous of a campaign-commercial theme than Christine O'Donnell's "I'm not a witch"?
Still, Alec Baldwin's Jack Donaghy...
Steve Carell, Lea Michele
It sounded like a brilliant, made-for-sweeps idea: The Office's Dunder Mifflin gang would get together to watch an episode of Glee. Producers were so pumped by the comedic potential of their plan that even though their bosses at NBC weren't thrilled about promoting another network's hit, they went ahead with it anyway.
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"It's not just a popular show, but a phenomenon," Office executive producer Paul Lieberstein told Zap2it last month. "We watch a lot of TV; we watch Glee. We like it. ... I don't know. Someone said the words 'Glee viewing party' and it just made us laugh so hard that we had to do it."
The set-up was simple ....
The Biggest Loser
The Biggest Loser's crew and union sympathizers picketed Wednesday outside the state park where the NBC series is produced, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
On Monday, with support from the International Alliance of Stage Employees union, the crew of the NBC series walked off the set in an effort to...