The Tonight Show is expected to return to New York with Jimmy Fallon at the helm, The New York Times reports.
Although a deal isn't done, NBC has apparently struck a deal with Fallon to replace Jay Leno as host of the iconic late-night program, most likely taking over in the fall of 2014. Tonight hasn't taken place in the Big Apple since it debuted with Steve Allen in 1954. Host Johnny Carson eventually moved it to Burbank, Calif., in 1972.
Did Boss star Kelsey Grammer get snubbed by the Emmys this year because he's a Republican?
"I think it's possible... I mean, I'm a declared, out-of-the-closet Republican in Hollywood," Grammer said Wednesday night on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. "Do I believe it's possible that some young person, young voting actor — or even older voting member for the Emmys — would sit there and go, 'Yeah, that's a great performance, but I just hate everything he stands for'? I don't believe that's possible," he said, with a hint of sarcasm.
Boss creator "heartbroken" over low ratings: "I hope we get to tell the entire story"
NBC and ABC have yet to launch their new 10 p.m. comedy blocks, but they already have a critic from the comedy world: Ray Romano.
During Thursday's Television Critics Association panel for his TNT drama Men of a Certain Age, Romano expressed doubt about whether half-hour comedies can work so late in the evening.
NBC adds third Thursday night comedy hour; unveils midseason prime-time schedule
"I think they got their work cut out...
In his first interview since leaving The Tonight Show, Conan O'Brien says he wouldn't have done what Jay Leno did.
"He went and took that show back and I think...
Conan O'Brien will give his first post-Tonight Show interview on Sunday to 60 Minutes, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
As part of his $45 million exit deal with NBC, O'Brien was banned from giving any broadcast or print interviews until...