'Too Funny to Fail' looks back at the short-lived ABC comedy 'The Dana Carvey Show,' which failed spectacularly despite having future comedy stars including Stephen Colbert, Louis C.K. and Steve Carell on staff.
Fox News hosts excoriated “liberal silence” because late night hosts didn't condemn Weinstein quickly enough. But it was just a matter of timing, Ken Tucker writes. The story broke too late for Thursday night's shows, and they don't tape on Friday. But Colbert, Kimmel, and Meyers had many jokes and much disgust teed up Monday night.
On "Last Week Tonight With John Oliver," the host thought it was absurd that there are a reported 1,500 Confederate memorials in the U.S, including more than 700 statues and 10 military bases.
After mussing Donald Trump's hair back in 2016, Jimmy Fallon still hasn't figured out how to approach politics on the 'Tonight Show,' says Ken Tucker.
On "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert," the host showed off awkward celebrity puberty photos to raise money for Puerto Rico hurricane relief.
Brown, whose Emmys acceptance speech was cut off after less than two minutes, lamented not being “pretty Australian white women who have already won Oscars.” In a good-natured way, of course. Kidman's acceptance speech for Best Actress for “Big Little Lies” ran over three minutes.
Hillary Clinton stopped by "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert," where she discussed President Trump's "dark" and "dangerous" speech to the United Nations.
James Corden woke up to a Twitter hangover after he had maybe just a little too much fun at the Emmys kissing former White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
Netflix and HBO may have had the most nominations; Veep, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Big Little Lies may have won the most major awards; but the person most on the minds and tongues of those with microphones at Sunday night’s Emmys Awards was President Trump. And before you dive down to the comments section to tell me that’s why you didn’t watch the show hosted by Stephen Colbert and that Hollywood is full of libtards, let me say I understand your reaction completely. ...
Colbert used the last portion of his opening stage time at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards to build the president up as the world's biggest television star before tearing him down again.
Everything is better on TV … especially when Stephen Colbert is hosting the Emmys. “The Late Show” host, himself an Emmy nominee) kicked off his first-ever Emmy emcee duties with a hilarious song-and-dance number that highlighted his musical theater background.
The 2017 Emmy Awards are nearly upon us and we’re jazzed because the hilarious Stephen Colbert will be emceeing this year’s ceremony. We picked out five reasons why we’re excited the talented host of The Late Show will be the host of the Emmy Awards.
Stephen Colbert took a break from preparing for the Emmys to crash “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” and what happened next was hilarious.
Andrew Dice Clay dropped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert where he accused president Trump of stealing his act. Dice Clay rose to fame in the ‘80s with his act that was vulgar, misogynistic, and full of behavior that would otherwise be unacceptable in society.
Ellie Kemper joined Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show," where she helped tell adorable lies about puppies to help get them adopted.
“I haven’t screamed at my TV this much since McDreamy died,” Jimmy Kimmel said in response to President Donald Trump’s latest press conference on Tuesday, during which the Commander in Chief made “an angry and passionate defense of white supremacists.” “[Trump] opened his mouth and all manner of stupid came out,” the ABC host concluded […]
“I went to Benihana once with John Belushi,” Walsh told Stephen Colbert on “The Late Show,”,“and he decided he was going to be the cook. … It was messy.”
Late-night hosts Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert, and Seth Meyers hilariously said farewell to Anthony Scaramucci shortly after they said farewell to Sean Spicer.