Encores of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and “Late Night with Seth Meyers” have dominated their ABC and CBS time-period competition for the ratings week of Aug. 24-28 and generated gains versus both shows’ previous rebroadcast weeks.
In 2010, long before the scandals, the arrests, the forgotten monkey, the roast and redemption tour, a baby-faced Justin Bieber took on Questlove in a drum-off on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Five years later, Bieber appeared on Fallon's Tonight Show Wednesday, where he once again faced off against the famed Roots drummer in...
The second coming of the war for late night is, uh, coming—Jimmy Fallon may be the current ratings king over at The Tonight Show, but he’s in for a fight once The Late Show With Stephen Colbert premieres next week. We know there areShow More Summary
Stephen Colbert may have had to settle for Jeb Bush on his first night hosting CBS' Late Show, with his preferred option of Donald Trump going to Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show instead. But later in his premiere week, Colbert has booked another political guest who could use the show to make big news: Vice President Joe Biden.
Jimmy Fallon may be on vacation this week, but that doesn't mean late night TV is completely free of stupid games. Last night, during his interview with Better Call Saul's Bob Odenkirk, Jimmy Kimmel invited him to play a fun new game called Heatherball, which is just like tetherball except the ball has a picture of Heather Graham's face on it.
During the first round, Jimmy Fallon caught the Project Runway host in a lie when she failed to admit she had a mini bathtub filled with Fireball in front of her. After the round, she convinced the late night host to throw back a shot of the cinnamon whiskey. Click To Continue Reading
Jimmy Fallon plays a lot of silly games with celebrities, but he has never faced an opponent quite like Empire's Taraji P. Henson.
Post by Jacqueline Burt Cote. Jimmy Fallon is king when it comes to getting celebrities to play silly games and act super goofy -- but the late night host had a bit of his challenge on his hands when it came to convincing the notoriously...Show More Summary
NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” has generated week-to-week growth and topped its ABC and CBS time-slot competition in every key measure, while “Late Night with Seth Meyers” has matched its top adult 18-49 rating in 21 weeks and “Last Call with Carson Daly” has hit a 22-week high in total viewers.
– IFC has ordered pilot presentations of three new comedy series, with Dan Harmon (Community, Rick and Morty), Jim Norton (Inside Amy Schumer, Louie) and Sara Schaefer (Nikki & Sara Live, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon) attached to headline.
Lauryn Hill returned to late night television after a years-long break this week with a stunning performance of the Nina Simone classic "Feeling Good" on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Hill plays it safe until the middle of the song, where she takes off on a flight of joyous vocal runs, emoting like a woman transformed. Show More Summary
Jimmy Fallon can do his Mick Jagger impression all day long, but nothing is going to top Tom Cruise going back to the '80s with Meatloaf's "Paradise by the Dashboard Light." Except maybe an epic duet of "You've Lost That Loving Feeling."
NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” has scored a six-week high in adults 18-49 and equaled its top result in the past 14 weeks, with dominant Nielsens for the late-night ratings week of July 13-17.
Before filming local promos, Jake Gyllenhaal and Jimmy reminisce about an old Late Night with Jimmy Fallon sketch, the Banana Boyz. From The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Amy Schumer’s new movie “Trainwreck” lands in theaters this weekend, so she’s in New York for all the requisite media stops: “Today” show, “Live! With Kelly and Michael,” “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” “Late Night With Seth Meyers.” And because it’s Schumer, that also means we get some really strange incidents. No dull canned […]
Amy Schumer has been fielding a lot of questions lately about what it's been like to quickly become so famous. Last night on The Tonight Show, she gave Jimmy Fallon some insight into how she's dealing with her new life: "I would say I'm handling it like a complete champion. Show More Summary
NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and “Late Night with Seth Meyers” have dominated late-night ratings for second quarter of 2015
I have been a fan of Jimmy Fallon for a long time now. I used to have to qualify that statement with something like, "I know it's not cool, but..." These days it's a lot more acceptable to enjoy his playful take on late night talk shows. Show More Summary
Post by Jacqueline Burt Cote. It's hard to imagine Jimmy Fallon with anything but a ridiculously huge grin on his face, but the late night host couldn't have been smiling too wide early Friday morning when he severely injured his hand in a freak accident at home. Show More Summary
Sticking with his reputation for playing cerebral, high-concept late night games, Jimmy Fallon invited Mark Wahlberg onto The Tonight Show to try and shoot things off of his head with (foam) arrows. All matter of weird objects wouldShow More Summary