Mark your calendars, awards show junkies and TV devotees!
The TV Academy announced Thursday that the 65th Primetime Emmys will take place on...
On Monday's Late Late Show, Craig Ferguson debuted the new set, which features red satin drapes, a fireplace and ... a spanking station?
In Ferguson's opening monologue he described the unusual addition to his new digs. "This is a like a brand-spanking new set — and by spanking, I mean spanking," Ferguson joked. "We have a spanking station, behind the curtain. Regis [Philbin] helped me break it in."
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
Bonjour, Monsieur Ferguson! Craig Ferguson and the Late Late Show team hopped across the pond in June to tape a week's worth of shows in Paris (they begin airing August 1).
"Craig has spent a lot of time there," producer Michael Naidus tells TV Guide Magazine. "He wrote his novel while he lived there. It's a city he knew very well and liked a lot." The host, who retitled his show Le Late Late Show Avec Craig Ferguson for the week, was joined by good friend, actress Kristen Bell (Heroes) and his robot sidekick Geoff as they journeyed through the City of Lights, conducting impromptu interviews with local Parisians against breathtaking backdrops.
Scotsman Craig Ferguson is heading back across the pond — but this time he's bringing his late night show with him!
On Monday night, Ferguson announced that the Late Late Show crew will pack their bags for Paris, France next week to tape a week's worth of shows, which will then be broadcast in the States this...
Craig Ferguson and Megan Wallace Cunningham
Sorry ladies, Scotsman Craig Ferguson is off the market.
The host of CBS' announced he got hitched to his longtime girlfriend over the holidays on Monday's The Late Late Show, according to People.
Ferguson, 46, who has hosted The Late Late Show since 2005, wed art dealer Megan Wallace Cunningham.
"The wedding took place in Vermont...
Craig Ferguson by Monty Brinton/CBS
On Wednesday's The Late Late Show, Scotsman Craig Ferguson, fueled by his longing to become a U.S citizen, launched a campaign to become an honorary citizen of cities across America, starting with Ozark, Arkansas. Later today, info will be posted at CBS.com on how fans can support his campaign.... Norbit (somehow) topped the DVD sales and rental charts last week. The Messengers came in at No. 2.... Pirates of the Caribbean 3 has passed the $500 million mark globally, and in just 20 days.... Why is EJ8002438995@aol.com spamming my e-mailbox with "raves" about a certain new CBS drama series? Your thinly veiled PR campaign is making me hate the show out of principle.
The years have been good to Michael Ian Black. By just happily existing during the '70s, '80s and '90s, the actor/comedian did enough research to provide VH1's popular I Love The... specials with some of its funniest observations and spot-on comments. But since VH1 has momentarily run out of decades, the former bowling-alley manager on NBC's Ed is keeping busy with a pilot for Comedy Central (with two of his comic cohorts from The State). Tonight and tomorrow night, he'll also be sitting in The Late Late Show's guest-host chair.
TV Guide Online: Have you ever done any interviewing or guest-hosting stuff?Michael Ian Black: I did. When Stuck on You came out, I interviewed Matt Damon, Greg Kinnear, Cher and the Farrelly brothers for a special on Comedy Central. And I learned that, in person, Matt Damon is actually gorgeous. Incidentally, so is Cher. The woman is stunning, to the point where, I