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Jeopardy! has assembled Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Anderson Cooper and Dr. Oz, among others, for the game show's upcoming Power Players Week. This year's 15 contestants have collectively accumulated 21 Emmys, eight Peabodys, four Pulitzer Prizes and a Grammy Award, in addition to...
Comedy Central is planning another Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Concert For Autism Education.
Dancing's Sabrina Bryan's Xmas ListAw, how cute… it's Sabrina and Mark's first Christmas together. And that can only mean one thing — lots of presents! The Dancing with the Stars contestant has made a wish list for her new honey. So what does this Cheetah Girl want under the tree this season? Try a mini Yorkie pup. And if all else fails… a Nintendo Wii. Come on, Mark, you can afford both for your boo, no? Watch it now! | More online videosLewis Black Ventures Up Bush's A- -In Comedy Central's Last Laugh '07, Lewis Black and "the squad" ventured to solve the biggest mystery of the year for their opening animation — what's up Bush's a--! And you'll never guess what they found there: Let's see, his brain for starters… Cheney's wedding ring ("from operating Bush like a puppet"), a satisfying conclusion to The Sopranos and, saving the best for last, a singing and dancing David Hasselhoff.More online videosAmy Winehouse's New VideoShe may be viewed as one the yea...
Bradley Whitford and Neve Campbell (Party of Five) are set to front Burn Up, a four-hour global-warming thriller being shopped around to the networks, says Variety.... Showtime has given a pilot order to Possible Side Effects, a drama about a family that runs a pharmaceutical company, says the Reporter. Tim Robbins wrote and directed the pilot and will exec-produce the series, but will not star in it.... Versus will premiere Sports Unfiltered with Dennis Miller on Nov. 6, to air Tuesdays at 10 pm/ET.... Lewis Black has been tapped to moderate The Root of All Evil, a Comedy Central series that will "put pop culture on trial" (whatever that means).
Bob Woodruff hasn’t had a lot to laugh about in the last couple of years. But thanks to Conan O’Brien and a lineup of top comedians, there will be plenty of humor to go around during a special evening on Nov. 7 to benefit the Bob Woodruff Family Fund.In conjunction with the New York Comedy Festival, O’Brien will host the event, Stand Up for Heroes, which is dedicated to the nation’s injured service members. The proceeds of the benefit — where Lewis Black, Bruce Springsteen, Robin Williams and other special guests will perform at New York City’s Town Hall — will go to the Woodruff fund.Woodruff, who was severely injured in 2006 while reporting from Iraq for ABC News, established the fund a year later to raise awareness and money for members of the military hurt in the line of duty.