There’s been enough turnover in late-night over the last year that Conan O’Brien’s Conan has often turned to high-concept hours and trips to steer attention, having kept steady on TBS for several years. Now, a shakeup may see Conan shifted to a weekly format, akin to Full Frontal With Samantha Bee.
You sit down with a big bowl of popcorn, get close to your special someone (or the dog) you fire up the LED smart TV with 5.1 Surround Sound bar and turn on that rerun of "Seinfeld" where they all make the bet. Hilarious!
Chelsea Handler was always a different kind of late-night talk show host and has always had a bit more of an edge to her comedy.
On "Conan," she has always made a few sly remarks to sidekick Andy Richter about his weight.
Andy finally decided he had enough.
What were you doing 25 years ago today? Watching the very first "Seinfeld Chronicles?"
Probably not. Not many did that first few episodes.
Only when a year later, the "Chronicles" was dropped and it got a better timeslot did the show start to catch on. By the time "The Chinese Restaurant" aired in 1991, the show was on it's way.
We've had plenty of upsets across the late-night landscape in recent weeks, now that Larry Wilmore has been announced to take over 'The Colbert Report' slot from Stephen Colbert, who himself will take over for David Letterman's 'Late Show,' going head to head with Jimmy Fallon's new 'Tonight Show.' At least one host is staying in his place, however, as TBS guaranteed Conan O'Brien's 'Conan' to run
After months of scandals, goddesses and a much-maligned national tour, it looks like Charlie Sheen is finally headed back to work.
RadarOnline is exclusively reporting that the former star of ‘Two and a Half Men’ has signed a new sitcom deal with Lionsgate Television, one that is poised to make him more money than ever before.