Network television may be bringing in younger talent from Jimmy Fallon to Seth Meyers to boost ratings; however, TV's highest-paid late-night host is Jon Stewart over on cable. According to TV Guide's annual salary report, "The Daily Show" host makes anywhere from $25-$30 million per year for the Comedy Central show. Show More Summary
“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and “Late Night with Seth Meyers” have scored dominant wins
Hands off, RiFF RAFF, Katy Perry is a taken woman! Well, the singer hasn't come out and publicly announced that she and Diplo are an item, but eyewitnesses at Seth Meyers' Emmys party are saying these two are definitely more than friends! Partygoers said they saw the two arrive to the party together, but that wasn't all. Observers [...]
Well, that was anticlimactic. Yes, I actually managed to watch the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards last night hosted by Seth Meyers, and yes, they went off pretty smoothly. But I stick with my initial reaction: There were no real surprises. It was like a repeat performance, watching all the previous winners (Breaking Bad! Modern Family!MORE
Like all good award shows, the Emmys provided comic relief throughout the evening, with host Seth Meyers anchoring many of the nights best bits.
How'd Seth Meyers do in his debut as host of the Emmys? So far, the critics seem to think the "Late Night" comedian was not at all bad, especially considering the degree of difficulty he faced.
Donald Trump, perhaps still bitter from his roasting by Seth Meyers at the 2011 White House Correspondents’ Dinner, absolutely hated Monday night’s Emmy Awards show.
In planning this year's Emmy Awards, host Seth Meyers and his executive producer, Mike Shoemaker, took a cue from the Golden Globes. Shoemaker, who spoke with TV Guide Magazine behind the Nokia Theatre right after Monday night's telecast,...Show More Summary
Seth Meyers was hosting the Emmys, Jimmy Fallon was there, as was Jimmy Kimmel, Chris Hardwick and Stephen Colbert. Jon Stewart and "The Daily Show" team were nominees. Conan O'Brien and Chelsea Handler were both off. But David Letterman once again went without a single nomination, so he had...
Gay funny man Billy Eichner teamed up with Emmy host Seth Meyers for a television-themed version of his hilarious show, "Billy on the Street." The erratic tenacity of Eichner's questioning and some truly hilarious responses from unsuspecting New Yorkers make...
Comedian Billy Eichner burst into the mainstream during last night's Emmy Awards. The creator and star of Funny or Die's "Billy on the Street" (which now airs on Fuse) teamed up with Emmy host Seth Meyers for a special edition of "For A Dollar," a segment from the relatively niche series. Show More Summary
The 2014 Emmy Awards scored big in the ratings last night (August 25) under the hosting duties of funny man Seth Meyers! In fact, the Emmys scored its second-highest Emmy rating in eight years under Seth‘s strong hosting skills. This year, early projections are 10.9 household rating/18 share, which is down about 10% from last [...]
"Late Night" host Seth Meyers sure knows how to put an exclamation point on his night. After hosting the 66th Emmy Awards, he walked off stage to immediately take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, still wearing a tuxedo with the audience in the background.First he has to nominated someone, though. Show More Summary
Billy Eichner and Seth Meyers filmed a very special episode of Billy on the Street to hype up last night’s Emmy… Read More
Comedian Billy Eichner performed his “Billy on the Street” bit “For a Dollar” on the 2014 Emmys. The game is simple: he and Seth Meyers ran up to people on the streets of New York and asked the simple trivia questions about the Emmy Awards and nominees. Get it right, you get a dollar.
During an otherwise ho-hum night at the Emmys, Billy Eichner brought the funny. The host of the popular show "Billy on the Street" filmed an Emmy-themed version for this year's awards show, which featured him and host Seth Meyers.
Coaches of professional sports teams get drenched with Gatorade after a big game. Emmys host Seth Meyers opted for a bucket of ice water.
It's the 66th annual Emmy Awards and there are some big changes. The show is broadcast live on the West Coast, with Seth Meyers as the host. GLAAD points out that "..this year's Emmy nominees included openly gay actors Jim Parsons, Jesse...Show More Summary
While wearing a tux, no less.
How safe were the choices at Monday night’s Emmy Awards? Let’s just say that voters didn’t (as host Seth Meyers joked about Matthew McConaughey) trade their televisions for a conch shell full of weed this year.