With Letterman's last show happening tonight, the tributes are rolling in for the late night legend. Last night, Seth Meyers and his team showed their tribute: a faithful, shot-for-shot recreation of Letterman's original opening titles for his Late Night from way back in 1982. Check out their version above and the original below:
With SNL's 40th season wrapped up, we're taking a look back at the past year to recall the highs, lows, and other memorable moments as the show ended its fourth decade on the air. Here, we list some of our favorite sketches from this season — both videos and live sketches.
Though many still criticize SNL of being in a creative slump, with sagging ratings and various anniversary specials reminding viewers how great the show used to be, the sketches we've seen on the show recently tell a different story. Yes, there are fewer stock characters fans can immediately identify with the show — the familiar personas we've seen from Cecily Strong or Taran Killam aren't yet [...]
It's a week of finales and a farewell. Monday, 2 Broke Girls ends season four on CBS followed by the season five finale of Mike and Molly. Wednesday, Modern Family wraps season six, and Blackish finishes season one. Wednesday, we also say goodbye to Late Show host David Letterman who ends his run after 30 years.
New this week, Showtimes' Inside Comedy on Tuesday has Bryan Cranston and Carol Leifer, and Sunday, HBO has new episodes of Silicon Valley and Veep.
In late night, Fallon has guests Nick Offerman and Jeff Foxworthy, Conan has Betty White and Jay Larson, and Letterman welcomes his final guest Bill Murray. Chelsea Peretti, Mike Epps, Nick Swardson, [...]
In the newest promos for SNL's finale this weekend, Leslie Jones proves that she can't really control her excitement around Rihanna.
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.)
This is that last edition of From the Archives that will be published during a time that David Letterman is on TV. That’s really weird [...]