It's tough to watch late night TV these days. David Letterman is just a bitter, angry old man. Jimmy Kimmel will take advantage of the "Late Show" host's decline once ABC moves "Nightline" out of his way, but that doesn't happen until January; and Jay Leno has now officially gone of the rails.
Leno had Dennis Miller on "The Tonight Show" last night and, as expected, Miller was rock solid with jokes.
It was a good first week back for Jay Leno. For the week ending March 5, The Tonight Show dominated in adults 18-49 and total viewers, outranking Late Show with David Letterman and ABC’s combination of Nightline and Jimmy Kimmel Liv... Read Post
ABC’s late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel beat out NBC’s Jay Leno and CBS’ David Letterman Tuesday night, the first time Mr. Kimmel went head to head with his rivals in the 11.35 pm time slot, preliminary ratings data shows. Read Post
As expected, viewers definitely tuned in to see Jay Leno’s return to The Tonight Show last night: the comedian led the time period over Late Show with David Letterman and ABC’s combination of Nightline and Jimmy Kimmel Live by 80 pe... Read Post