Matt LeBlanc, former star of 1990s U.S. hit comedy “Friends”, said on Thursday he will step down as co-host of the BBC motoring programme “Top Gear” after the next series. The American actor, who achieved global fame as Joey Tribbiani in the NBC sitcom, was the first non-British host of the show when he started in 2016. The BBC said Le Blanc, 50, was finding the travel demands of the show too taxing.
NASA's ER-2 jet requires a fast car to help it land, and Matt LeBlanc has the perfect vehicle for the job on "Top Gear."
On "The Late Late Show," James Corden, Matt LeBlanc, Hailey Baldwin, and William H. Macy played "Nuzzle Waaa?" guessing random objects using only their faces.
Matt LeBlanc has said in the past that he would like to retire in his 50s. When asked about that, the actor said, “I would like to retire earlier than later because I think I would like to do not a f***ing thing.”
Matt LeBlanc could have played Phil Dunphy on the ABC show "Modern Family" but turned down the role despite its "really good script."
With Episodes about to come to an end — happily, a perfect and satisfying ending — we thought it was the perfect time to chat with series creators David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik about the inspiration behind the industry-spoofing Showtime comedy: themselves. Crane and Klarik, Emmy and Golden Globe nominated for Episodes, talked to Yahoo TV about their history of collaboration, how they first met, the specific ways Sean and Beverly mirror their relationship, and why they chose Friends star Matt LeBlanc to play a hilariously tweaked version of himself in Episodes.
Chris Harris said he could slide a Alfa Romeo Giulia anywhere on a previous episode of Top Gear, and this week Rory Reid dared him to prove it. Technically, Chris was right, he could the car anywhere — he never said he wouldn’t damage the car while doing it. Rory challenged Chris to slide the Giulia through a Giulia-shaped hole in a giant gray wall.
Emilia Clarke and Matt LeBlanc joined The Graham Norton Show where Clarke quickly began to geek out over the former Friends star. Clarke was unable to even speak to LeBlanc without blushing, causing Norton to say, “Emilia Clarke loves Matt Leblanc” in the fashion one child would tease another. LeBlanc on the other hand, did not geek out over Clarke, aka Daenerys Targaryen, as so many Game of Thrones fans would, because he hasn’t watched the show since season one.
“Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke is one of TVs hottest stars right now, but that didn’t stop her from fangirling over Matt LeBlanc when she met him on “The Graham Norton Show.”
From the folks who brought you the re-make of Hawaii Five-O comes the re-make of MacGyver, whose logo uses a Swiss Army knife for the “v” in its title, so you know it’s clever. There’s a level on which this sitcom is just a reworking of Tim Allen’s Last Man Standing.
This year’s Emmy nominees in the major acting categories boast a wide array of talents… but that doesn’t mean every role they ever took is award-worthy. Here, we dive deep into the nominees’ IMDb pages and pull out the kind of not-so-flattering roles that they’d prefer you didn’t remember, thanks.