Seth Meyers, Ellen DeGeneres
This week, new Saturday Night Live cast member Sasheer Zamata took Girls fans on a tour of Brooklyn, and on the series itself, Marnie (Allison Williams) discovered a cringe-worthy — yet hilarious — video of herself on YouTube. The new Starz series Black Sails got an early premiere online, while Frozen got unnecessarily censored. Jennifer Lawrence flipped out on the red carpet at the SAG Awards when an interviewer dropped a major Homeland spoiler on her, and Ellen DeGeneres helped Seth Meyers practice his celebrity interviewing skills before he takes over Late Night next month. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Jimmy Fallon's first Tonight Show guests will be Will Smith and U2, he announced Sunday at NBC's Television Critics Association winter previews.
U2's appearance ...
Was it really so hard finding good help in those days? When Robert, aka Lord Grantham (Hugh Bonneville), is informed that his wife is once again bereft of a lady's maid, he overdramatically moans, "Are we living under a curse?"
There's no question a pall thicker than London fog hangs heavy over Downton Abbey in its fourth year as Masterpiece Classic's signature series (Sunday, 9/8c, on PBS; check tvguide.com listings). Not only has Lady Cora's bedchamber not been the same since her scheming servant O'Brien left — she slinks away in the opening scene, and boy, is she missed — but the family and staff are in sustained mourning over the untimely (and contrived) death, six months earlier, of heir Matthew Crawley, Lady Mary's husband, in last year's unhappy finale.
Justin Timberlake, Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake rocked the final Saturday Night Live of the year with familiar sketches, a rap medley and plenty of famous faces. Watch the highlights below:
Michelle Dockery and Jimmy Fallon
This week, Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery played a game of "Antler Ring Toss" with Jimmy Fallon, Homeland fans got a behind-the-scenes look at the show's Moroccan set, and the cast of Duck Dynasty outlined what items are on their Christmas lists. A&E released a teaser trailer for the upcoming Wahlberg restaurant series Wahlburgers, and Above Average released its latest Podtoon, "Crash Cab." Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Thanks to the 2007 box office hit Enchanted, audiences are well aware of Amy Adams' vocal talents. But who knew she could also rock a poodle skirt and a high ponytail so well?
When Adams appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Monday to promote her new movie American Hustle, Fallon revealed he had found an old...
Carrie Underwood, Rashida Jones and Jimmy Fallon
It wouldn't be the holiday season without a musical duet from Jimmy Fallon and Rashida Jones! This year, the NBC colleagues were joined by Carrie Underwood on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Thanksgiving night to perform holiday-themed parodies of the year's biggest pop hits.
Happy Thanksgiving! In honor of Turkey Day, we've compiled some of our favorite past and present Thanksgiving-themed videos for this week's edition of Top Videos. Check out the clips below to celebrate with Will Ferrell, Tracy Morgan, Larry David, The West Wing's President Bartlet, and more:
Last Call with Carson Daly quietly resumed production this fall, albeit later than usual, as NBC and producers have found a way to keep Carson Daly involved as the late night show's executive producer and host — at least for now.
But long term, network insiders say they're still mulling the future of the show and Daly's on-screen involvement, news that...
Jesse Tyler Ferguson
This week, as Toronto mayor Rob Ford continued to careen off the rails, everyone pondered how great it would be if Chris Farley were still alive to mimic Ford on Saturday Night Live. Wes Anderson and Jason Schwartzman teamed up to create a new short film for Prada, while screenwriter Evan Daugherty (Snow White and the Huntsman) put a dark spin on Super Mario Brothers. Also, Jimmy Fallon hosted a game of celebrity charades, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson and George Takei created a gay version of The Bachelor. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos: