Stephen Colbert will resume taping of "The Colbert Report" on Monday after an unexpected absence from the show. Stephen Colbert thanked fans on Twitter for their well wishes after reports that his 91-year-old mother was seriously il...
1. Stephen Colbert will resume taping his show tonight after taking some time off last week to reportedly care for his 91-year-old mother. “My family and I would like to thank everyone who has offered their thoughts and prayers,” he tweeted to fans. “We are grateful and touched by your concern.” [via ArtsBeat] 2. Even [...]
Stephen Colbert's The Colbert Report will resume taping today after a three-day hiatus prompted by the poor health of the mother of the Comedy Central host. The political satirist canceled two shows last week without explanation to travel...Show More Summary
Good news! The Colbert Report will resume taping tomorrow, after inexplicably being halted last week. Nobody really know what happened for sure, but we've heard reports that Stephen halted the show because he was caring for his 91-year-old mother, Lorna. The little bit that does support this hypothesis is that he responded to people sending well-wishes: “My family and [...]
The Colbert Report will resume taping tomorrow after the show suddenly shut down this week and aired repeats Wednesday and Thursday, the New York Times reports. Stephen Colbert hasn't addressed rumors that he stopped taping to take care of his 91-year-old mom, Lorna. But he did tweet on Friday that...
After the show was suspended last week due to "an emergency in Mr. Colbert's family," the Times' Brian Stelter reports that The Colbert Report will resume production tomorrow. Though sources close to Colbert said that he was caring for his 91-year-old mother Lorna, that information was never confirmed. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert will resume production of his late-night show "The Colbert Report" on Monday, a spokesman for Comedy Central said Sunday.
Ben Russell starts today as a general assignment reporter at KXAS, the NBC owned-and-operated station in Dallas-Fort Worth. “When it comes to dynamic live shots, Ben had one of the best resume tapes I’ve seen in a while,” KXAS news director Susan Tully wrote in an email to staffers obtained by Uncle Barky’s Bytes. Show More Summary