Americans are not willing to let liberal politics to overwhelm their television time in late-night, as evidenced by new ratings data. Maybe if the late-night comics made everyone fair game like Jay Leno used to not just Donald Trump the ratings would improve?
Since Donald Trump dropped out of Fox News' final GOP debate, Stephen Colbert decided to hold the classiest, Trumpiest debate of all time on The Late Show.
Before his interview with Jimmy Fallon last night, Donald Trump interviews his "reflection" in the mirror.
As the video shows, exaggerating his achievements in Iraq may not be the first time NBC anchor Brian Williams has stretched the truth.
Mitt Romney was on Jimmy Fallon last night and took a turn at slow jamming the news of President Obama's upcoming 2014 State of the Union address.
This.is.HILARIOUS! Merry Christmas!
As I have said before on this blog, it’s amazing to me given the way that Jay Leno has worked to rebuild the Tonight Show’s ratings that NBC wants to make a change. Now, it turns out, via The Hollywood Reporter, that Jay Leno has a plethora of folks courting him including CNN. Given that CNN’s news ratings are floundering and their non-news shows ratings are not, this would make good sense if Jeff Zucker can make it happen.