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CBS Cancels Sophomore Sitcom 'The Millers' Starring Will Arnett

Bad news for fans of Will Arnett and The Millers: Entertainment Weekly reports that the network has canceled the comedy five episodes into its second season following poor ratings at its Monday night time slot with 2 Broke Girls as its lead-in. The Millers debuted in October 2013 and kicked off its second season late last month. Tonight's episode will air at its usual 8:30pm time slot, but it's unknown yet whether any of the rest of The Millers' second season will air on television. The Millers joins NBC's A to Z and Bad Judge and ABC's Selfie as the major network sitcoms to get the [...]

Amy Schumer Lures David Letterman Out of Sobriety

Amy Schumer is always a delight when she visits David Letterman, and Friday's Late Show was no different. In fact, Letterman has become such a big Schumer fan that he undid nearly 40 years of sobriety just to knock back some J&B with her. Watch more from Schumer's interview below:

Martin Short Sings About His New Plastic Surgery Body on 'Late Show'

Martin Short was a guest on last night's Late Show, where he treated Letterman to a live performance of a song dedicated to one of Hollywood's biggest legends — plastic surgery. Watch some clips from Short's interview at the desk below:

Jack Black Explains Why He's Like a White Tiger on 'Late Late Show'

Here's a clip from Kyle Gass and Jack Black's visit to The Late Late Show on Friday, where the duo explains their friendly weight loss competition as well as the deeper meaning behind Black's majestic white tiger t-shirt.

Jenny Slate Sings as Marcel the Shell on 'Late Show'

Jenny Slate has a brand new Marcel the Shell book coming out next week, and during last night's Late Show she explained Marcel's origins to Letterman and even sang a sad little song in character called "My Mother Got Lost in the Rug."

Steve Carell and David Letterman Talk Artificial Hips and Noses

Steve Carell was a guest on last night's Late Show, where he had nothing but positive things to say about the artificial hip he got a year ago: "I love it. I'm so happy with my hip." Click through to watch Carell talk about another artificial body part he wore in Foxcatcher and how he filled it up with fake cocaine:

Craig Ferguson's Final 'Late Late Show' Guest Is Jay Leno

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson has officially added its final guest for its farewell episode on December 19th. According to THR, Jay Leno is set as Ferguson guest on the final show, while some of Late Late Show's most frequently recurring guests — including Tim Meadows, Thomas Lennon, Betty White, and Henry Winkler — are also slated to show up during the weeks leading up to the finale. Click through to see the full lineup of guests for December:

Jim Carrey Gets Trapped in a Claw Machine on 'Late Show'

There was a bit of a mishap before Jim Carrey's interview on Late Show last night when he found an Academy Award in a claw machine backstage and couldn't resist trying to win it for himself. Watch more of Carrey's interview below, where he screens Letterman for Ebola, shows off his Matthew McConaughey impersonation, and looks back on the strange day he auditioned for Saturday Night Live.

Looking Back at 'The Building,' Bonnie Hunt's First TV Creation

The Paley Center for Media, which has locations in both New York and LA, dedicates itself to the preservation of television and radio history. Inside their vast archives of more than 150,000 television shows, commercials, and radio programs, there are thousands of important and funny programs waiting to be rediscovered by comedy nerds like you and me. Each week, this column will highlight a new gem waiting for you at the Paley Library to quietly laugh at. (Seriously, it’s a library, so keep it down.)

The very funny Bonnie Hunt has had a lot of TV shows. Her first starring role came in 1990 in the soap opera satire Grand. [...]

Bill Murray Trains for the NYC Marathon on 'Late Show'

Bill Murray paid a visit to the Late Show desk last night, where he decided mid-interview that he needed to get a run in. Watch more from Murray's interview below, which covers everything from his thoughts on the all-women Ghostbusters reboot to Murray's recent appearance at George Clooney's wedding.

Jimmy Kimmel Tries to Convince Craig Ferguson to Stay on Late Night

It's unfortunate that CBS only uploaded a minute and a half of Craig Ferguson's fantastic interview with Jimmy Kimmel from Friday, because it's loaded with some great insight on what both late night hosts have learned from their jobs as well as why Ferguson has absolutely no desire to stick around. If there's a quote of the year for Ferguson, it's this one: "It's a short time on this planet, man. It's a date, and then a hyphen, and then another date. And we're the hyphen. And I'm like, 'I'm not spending the whole time talking to fucking celebrities, man. I'm not doing it.'"

Rob Riggle Looks Back on His First Day in Afghanistan on 'Late Show'

During his visit to last night's Late Show, Rob Riggle looked back on the first time he went to Afghanistan with the Marine Corps — just three months after 9/11 — and Letterman was quick to put things in perspective: "You do a beautiful job of describing it. It is vivid and we all feel the terror and the fear and the pit in the stomach of the unknown…and then now you're in Dumb and Dumber To?"

Amy Poehler Shares Her 'Parks and Rec' Finale Fantasy on 'Late Show'

Here's a clip from Amy Poehler's visit to last night's Late Show, where she confesses to being a little worried about how she'll act when the Parks and Rec cast and crew tape the series finale episode and tells Letterman that after the show she plans to "take a little time and digest this great experience." Watch more from Poehler's interview below:

'The Late Late Show with James Corden' Premieres on CBS March 9th

Craig Ferguson's Late Late Show successor just got an official premiere date. THR reports that The Late Late Show with James Corden will premiere on the network on Monday, March 9th. The show will tape at the CBS Television City lot in Los Angeles, and the network has also signed on British writer/producer/director Ben Winston — who currently works as executive producer on the British X Factor — as Late Late Show showrunner. "We're excited to begin CBS's next chapter after midnight and introduce James' wide range of performance talents and fearless creative instincts to American television viewers," CBS Entertainment chairman Nina Tassler said in a statement. "He [...]