The new semi-late night show 'Full Frontal,' a political satire show starring ex-Daily Show Correspondent Samantha Bee, launched its first episode on TBS this past Monday night. The show will air weekly instead of daily which should mean 'Full Frontal' will be able to pick only the best of that week's political snafus instead of being forced to pad their comedy bits with celebrity fodder.
ABC is calling for a new game show based on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live's' "Who Knows...?" game segment. The 30 minute show will be called "Big Fan" and will be hosted by Conan O'Brien cohort, Andy Richter while Kimmel, in concert with Banijay Studios, will produce the show.
Last night, the Denver Broncos defeated the Panthers 24 to 10 and to celebrate the event, Stephen Colbert pulled out all the stops for his live post-Super Bowl episode of The Late Show. The most notable of his guests included Will Ferrell who showed up with wild animals and Fox news reporter Megyn Kelly who discussed the flack she has been receiving from Donald Trump.
Mark Sinclair -- or as most know him, Vin Diesel -- proved that even at the age of 48, he still has what it takes to break the Internet. Diesel showed off his chiseled body and ink while wearing only a towel in a recent photo on Instagram, and made a similarly subtle plug for his new movie.
Both Bill Maher and Donald Trump think Senator Ted Cruz cheated to win the Iowa Caucus. Bill Maher took to the stage of his late night HBO show "Real Time with Bill Maher" to express his opinions, while presidential candidate, Trump had a Twitter fit, as per his usual modus operandi.
Conor McGregor, the new UFC featherweight champion, challenged the now retired boxer, Floyd Mayweather to a match via Instagram after Mayweather called reactions to McGregor's trash talking racist. In typical McGregor fashion, he added insult to injury, with an offer to split the profits from the match 80/20 in his favor. Now we just have to wait and see if McGregor's challenge will bring Mayweather out of retirement.
Senator Cruz's mother is an American, but his father, is a Canadian. Additionally, the Republican presidential candidate was born in Canada and, up until recently, had both a US and a Canadian passport. Trevor Noah, explains all of this on 'The Daily Show,' and goes on to detail how Republican forerunner Donald Trump started upheaval over the question of Ted Cruz's eligibility to be president because of the origin of his birth. Noah then makes an incest joke about Trump and his Daughter, Ivanka, in what seems like an effort to turn the tables on Trump, who has himself been making similar jokes for years.
Jerry Seinfeld, creator of the epicly popular comedy show 'Seinfeld,' appeared on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' to promote his year-long comedy show at The Beacon which kicked off last night. During his visit to Colbert's show, Seinfeld does a five minute stand up comedy performance for Colbert fans.
In a recent episode of 'The Late Show,' Stephen Colbert helps Samuel L. Jackson claim new catch phrases from famous movies like 'The Wizard of Oz' and 'The Lion King' by giving them his own unforgettable twist. The legendary 'Pulp Fiction' actor was on the show to promote Quentin Tarantino's 'The Hateful Eight' which is now playing in theaters.
An interesting image that depicts the internal structure of a 900 pound man's body has been popping up on the internet since sometime back in 2014. It is often professed to be an X-Ray image, CT Scan or MRI and seems to be quite realistic. The image appeared shortly after a documentary called '70 Stone and Almost Dead' was aired on British television about Keith Martin, the world's heaviest man, weighing in at well over 900 pounds. The question now becomes is it real or fake?
"Celebrities Read Mean Tweets" is a fan favorite of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' The latest installment, #9, was aired last week and it does not disappoint. For those of you unfamiliar with this segment, Kimmel tapes the reactions of celebrities while they read mean tweets about themselves. The result is pretty hilarious.
Stephen Colbert took a moment of his time to explain the original 'Star Wars' movies to the people of China who are sadly not terribly familiar with the epic franchise. During the brief segment, Colbert does, however, admit, "They may be familiar with the toys." The explanation presented on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' comes after the Wall Street Journal published an article entitled, "New ‘Star Wars’ Flick Is an Unfamiliar Force in China."
Donald Trump finally guests on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' after canceling a previously scheduled engagement back in October. During the interview, Trump and Kimmel discuss many topics, but what really stole the show was the Dr. Seuss style book, 'Winners Aren't Losers,' ghostwritten by Kimmel on behalf of The Trump.
David Letterman, former host of 'The Late Show,' recently participated in a phone interview with Brian Schott of the Whitefish Review, a literary magazine in Montana where Letterman will be moving very soon. The interview covers a lot of ground on a wide variety of topics, but a couple of the ex-late night host's statements prove he is definitely starting to show his age.
Henry Rollins, former singer for the legendary punk rock band Black Flag, made a guest appearance on the 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' to promote his movie 'He Never Died.' While there, Colbert coerces the rock star into singing a Christmas carol with him and together they punk out "Carol of the Bells."