"I can't believe you held it in that long," Jerry Seinfeld said when a reporter finally interrupted a presentation of the comedian's new reality show The Marriage Ref for his take on NBC's late-night developments.
Leno leaving 10 o'clock timeslot
"I'm sure it was my fault," Seinfeld joked of The Jay Leno Show's declining ratings. "The tuxedo was way over the top," he added, referencing what he wore during his appearance on Leno's debut show.
But seriously, folks, Seinfeld does have an opinion. "I was thinking about the AOL Time Warner deal," he began. "Everyone says what a terrible deal it was... but it was the right idea, just at the wrong time. That's the way I feel about this...
Law & Order, Jeremy Sisto, Anthony Anderson
Jay Leno's ouster at 10 o'clock is good news for Law & Order, Heroes, and other series as NBC scrambles to fill its schedule.
Although the current season of Heroes has seen a notable decline in viewers, Angela Bromstad, NBC's primetime president, called the series' performance...
David E. Kelley
Now that NBC's 10 o'clock timeslot may be opening up, the network is loading up on new dramas.
The network has reportedly picked up pilots from...
With no official word on the future of NBC's late-night lineup, current Tonight Show host Conan O'Brien came out swinging Friday, both on the air and off, amid reports he may be bumped back to 12:05/11:05c.
After remaining mum Thursday night, O'Brien...
Chuck - Zach Levi, Ryan McPartlin
Have you ever wondered what happens when one spy infiltrates another spy's interview? You're about to find out. TVGuide.com caught up with Chuck's Zachary Levi while he was on location at the NBC Experience Store in New York to get the inside word on the new season. Ryan McPartlin, super-sleuth that he is, happened to be in the TV Guide Network studios in Los Angeles at the time and decided to join in on the fun. Find out from Levi which relationship will suffer this season, who his dream kissing-partner is and how McPartlin will single handedly bring in millions of viewers.