In May, CBS passed on ordering comedian Jim Gaffigan's family sitcom pilot Gaffigan to series, but it looks like the show may be finding new life on another network. Deadline reports that TV Land has been in talks with Sony TV, the studio that produced the pilot, for the last month or so and that TV Land is "well down the road of trying to make the show work there." Deadline says TV Land is trying to get the actors' rates down for a lower budget.
Gaffigan, a single-camera comedy co-created by Jim Gaffigan and Peter Tolan (Rescue Me), stars the titular comedian as a fictionalized version of himself [...]
Here's a clip from David Letterman's interview with Nathan Fielder last night, in which Fielder shows him the "unfortunate typo" on his green card and explains why it's more of a problem for border guards than it is for him. Click through for another clip from the interview.
On last night's Late Show, Letterman asked guest Joan Rivers about her recent walkout during a CNN interview she felt was too negative and even turned the tables on her at the end of their chat. Click through to watch the second part from the interview.
On last night's Late Show, guest Paul Rudd told a story about going to Ireland for a bachelor party only to be the laughingstock of Killybegs for a day. Click through for another part of the interview, in which both Rudd and Letterman admit they don't have a ton of World Cup knowledge.
"I was talking to Chris Rock the other day about taking the Letterman job. I was trying to convince him to take it. He says, 'Absolutely no possible way.' Both of us are out when you hear 'makeup everyday.' You hear that and I'm out."
-Jerry Seinfeld in an interview with Esquire on why he doesn't consider being a celebrity a burden, the new season of Comedians in Cars, and why he wanted Chris Rock to take over CBS's Late Show.