Kobe Bryant's final game updates: Second half begins April 13 2016, 9:09 PM After 20 seasons in L.A., Kobe Bryant will play in his final NBA game tonight when the Lakers host the Jazz.Photos: Kobe Bryant's road to retirementInteractive: What readers say about Kobe's legacy 9:08 P.M. George Lopez...
What a class act. And this is the un-funny, racist scum that NBC wants to host Celebrity Apprentice. Without Donald Trump on there, they’ll have maybe an audience of two.
NBC is reportedly going after Magic Johnson for the role of host on The Celebrity Apprentice.
All cautioned that talks are in their infant stages. An NBC source denied the report to CNN's Brian Stelter.
George Lopez, a Mexican American comedian, is in the “early stages” of discussion to replace Donald Trump, a man who thinks most Mexican immigrants are rapists, as host of The Celebrity Apprentice on NBC. Read more...
The CW Network announced today that the second annual WORLD DOG AWARDS,
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(All times Eastern) “The World Dog Awards” (CW at 8 p.m.), hosted by George Lopez, celebrates noteworthy canines for their work in the military, health services and entertainment. “American Idol” (Fox at 8) heads to New York City, where “Idol” runner-up, Adam Lambert, plays guest judge. Read full article >>
Comedian George Lopez is lending his comedy chops as host to the first-ever “World Dog Awards,” which will air in January on the CW. The inaugural awards intends to celebrate Read More The post George Lopez to Host the First-Ever World Dog Awards appeared first on Ecorazzi.
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When Conan O’Brien landed at TBS, George Lopez embraced moving his show back to midnight as a boon because he would get to follow Conan, with a network late-night host riding his biggest wave of populist success in years. But everyone knew what was going to happen. Show More Summary
Following the cancellation of his TBS late night series Lopez Tonight, George Lopez has moved on to other hosting duties, and can currently be seen on Thursday nights on Fox's dating game show Take Me Out. Those who prefer his stand-up have his HBO comedy event George Lopez: It's Not Me, It's You to look forward to later this month.
Fox has fallen out of love with Take Me Out. The dating show, hosted by George Lopez, has been let down easy, as the network opts to dump the show on Saturday nights. (Take Me Out previously aired on Thursdays, paired with the equally low-rated The Choice.) Fox will... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com George Lopez Cops Mobbed The Choice Take Me Out
Fox's new dating show Take Me Out is an hour of pure, unadulterated kitschy-ness. At the top of the show, host George Lopez descends to the stage on the "Love Lift" (a neon tube resembling that of a drive-through bank teller) and flashes his corny, toothy grin. And that's just the beginning. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Saturday Night Live George Lopez Take Me Out
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Happy Birthday, George Lopez! The Mexican comedian, who was recently tapped to host a new FOX dating show, turns 51 today, and we're celebrating his...
George Lopez as a matchmaker?! We like the sound of that! The funnyman is slated to host Fox's summer dating show, Take Me Out. The show will follow a panel of 30 "flirty" women and hopeful bachelors who will try to impress the ladies into giving them a chance to sweep them off their feet. After the gurls [...]
Fox's new reality dating show Take Me Out has found its perfect match: George Lopez is set to host, the network announced. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com George Lopez Lopez Tonight Take Me Out
Comedian George Lopez may have had his late-night talk show end last summer, but this summer he's going to be hosting one of the most hilarious new shows of the season, Take Me Out.
With his TBS talk show cancelled as of last year, that leaves George Lopez open for new jobs, and it looks like he?s found one at Fox. Earlier this month, Fox announced a fun sounding new summer dating series called Take Me Out. Today Fox announced that George Lopez will host the show