A voice we’ve dearly missed is finally coming back to late night. David Letterman has officially booked his Netflix debut with new series My Next Guest Needs No Introduction; setting a monthly schedule with guests like George Clooney and Barack Obama. Watch the first teaser!
It might surprise you to learn that Amy Poehler had never won an Emmy before last night, but less so that she’d make history doing it. Ahead of the full ceremony next Sunday, Amy Poehler and Tina Fey both took home Emmy awards for their SNL hosting, and made history in the process.
It’s a testament to the staying power of certain public figures that they’ve been played by more than one SNL cast member over the years. People like Hillary Clinton, the former First Lady turned former Senator turned former Secretary of State turned current Democratic Presidential frontrunner, linger on long past Saturday Night Live cast rotations. So what is the show to do when one of its guest hosts used to play a vital and very much in the public eye politician back in the day? Put her on stage with the current version, of course.
SNL bounced back nicely from Donald Trump this past weekend with The Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks, looking even bigger this coming Saturday with Matthew McConaughey and Adele, but December 2015 will really go all out. Our final three hosts of the year include Ryan Gosling, Chris Hemsworth (poor Liam), and best of all, a dual Sisters hosting with SNL alum Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
There was a one-hour red carpet pre-show before NBC's "Saturday Night Live" 40th anniversary special Sunday night.
Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie from NBC's "The Today Show" interviewed the celebrities who were there.
While they were interviewing actor and comedian Jim Carrey, things got a bit awkward when Carrey brought up suspended "NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian W
I missed the Golden Globes last night. I instead chose to binge-watch Mad Men. Award shows are tedious to me: they run too long, the awkward speeches, half the movies I've never seen... Plus: John Hamm. The end.
Anyway, I did see comments on Twitter and Facebook about hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey dropping a few Bill Cosby jokes in the monologue, as they'd hinted they would. I had to see for mys