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Dixon Talent, Home to Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, Acquired by WME-IMG (Exclusive)

The management company, which also represents Jimmy Kimmel and Carson Daly, will remain a separate entity under the WME-IMG banner read more

WME | IMG Acquires Boutique Agency Dixon Talent, Home Of Stephen Colbert, Carson Daly, Jimmy Kimmel & Jon Stewart

WME | IMG has acquired Dixon Talent Inc., James Dixon's boutique firm that represents some of the top late-night and comedic talent, including Stephen Colbert, Carson Daly, Jimmy Kimmel, Bill Simmons and Jon Stewart. Dixon Talent Inc. Show More Summary

Stephen Colbert’s Second City Sign-Off

See the Future King of Late Night as an up-and-comer in this 1994 clip.

Watch Stephen Colbert’s Final Second City Show From 1994

Stephen Colbert is an expert in epic farewells: Last December, we watched him send off the Colbert Report with a celebrity-packed sing-along. But long before he helmed his own Comedy Central show, he was a regular at the famous Second City comedy club in Chicago. Show More Summary

Watch This Farewell Footage Of Stephen Colbert’s Last Night At The Second City Theater

FeelingsomeColbertwithdrawalsinceTheColbertReportended?Thevideoabovemightjustdothetrick.Backin1994,StephenColbert endedhisstoriedrunattheSecondCitytheaterinChicagowitharollickingmusicalperformance.Withalittlehelpfromsomefamiliarfaces—includinganintroductionbyhisunderstudy,SteveCarell —Colbertperformsamedleyofsomeoldchestnutsthatheperformedwiththetroupe.

Watch Stephen Colbert's Song Medley From His Last Night at Second City

Stephen Colbert's decision to end The Colbert Report with a musical finale might make more sense after watching this clip. Roughly 20 years ago, Colbert said farewell to another comedic institution — Chicago's Second City — with music. This performance includes some special collaborators, such as Paul Dinello and David... More »

The Best Super Bowl Ads We Still Love From Last Year

As we gear up for this year's crop of Super Bowl ads, we can't help but think back to 2014's funniest and most touching commercials. They didn't just feature funny spots with celebrities (thank you Stephen Colbert) or sexy spots with celebrities (thank you, David Beckham), but there were also a few controversial ads. Show More Summary

Larry Wilmore on How He Landed The Nightly Report and What He Learned From Jon Stewart

When CBS tapped Stephen Colbert to succeed David Letterman as its Late Show host, many people assumed Larry Wilmore—The Daily Show's "senior black correspondent" since 2006 — would be a natural fit to take over Colbert's 11:30 p.m. Comedy Central slot. Show More Summary

A New Late Night Star For Us

Larry Wilmore's Comedy Central program, The Nightly Show, premiered this week in Stephen Colbert's old time slot following The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. On Tuesday, all the reviews were laudatory and I agree. Strongly. We have a new late...

CBS Sets Stephen Colbert's Late Show Premiere, Renews NCIS: NOLA and Two More

CBS is still No. 1! That's the message that Nina Tassler, Chairman of CBS Entertainment, drove home at the Television Critics Association winter previews on Monday. The network is No. 1 in viewers and was up 2 percent from last year....Show More Summary

Larry Wilmore’s ‘The Nightly Show’ Launch Logs 963,000 TV Viewers Monday Night

Larry Wilmore launched Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show to an audience of 963,000, watching live or same day on Monday night. That’s short of Stephen Colbert’s calendar year crowd of 1.167 million in the timeslot, but heaps better than...Show More Summary

Larry Wilmore's 'Keep It 100' is late night's new 'truthiness'

On his very first "Colbert Report," way back in 2005, Stephen Colbert established that his show would be all about "truthiness," or something being objectively true because it just feels right. 

Larry Wilmore Makes His Comedy Central Bow to Promising Reviews

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Stephen Colbert has a tough act to follow in replacing David Letterman on the “Late Show” later this year—but then again, following Stephen Colbert is no easy feat either. That last job fell to Comedy Central’s newest host, Larry Wilmore, on Monday night.

Larry Wilmore Left Out Crucial Detail While Blasting Mugshot Targets On ‘Nightly Show’ Debut

For fans of The Daily Show who have been wondering how they would be spending their late nights after Stephen Colbert shuffled off to CBS, the wait was finally over Monday night. The debut of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore (they missed an opportunity by not calling it The Wilmore Repore, if you ask [...]

What Do You Think of The Nightly Show?

Yes, we all hate change. And so let's get it out of our systems: Larry Wilmore is no Stephen Colbert. It's hardly a fair comparison, of course. Colbert is a singular talent, an entertainer who was able to create an outrageous character and build on his work every night while improvising his way through nearly 1,500 episodes. Show More Summary

'Keep It 100' is late night's new 'truthiness'

On his very first "Colbert Report," way back in 2005, Stephen Colbert established that his show would be all about "truthiness," or something being objectively true because it just feels right. 

What I Watched Last Night: The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore

Ever since Comedy Central announced that Larry Wilmore would be taking over Stephen Colbert’s timeslot after The Daily Show, I’ve been super excited to see how it would turn out. After all, the other TDS alums who have branched out to...Show More Summary

Larry Wilmore Takes Over for Stephen Colbert With ‘The Nightly Show’ (VIDEO)

Larry Wilmore took over from Stephen Colbert last night with the premiere of The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore. Check out clips from the premiere: The post Larry Wilmore Takes Over for Stephen Colbert With ‘The Nightly Show’ (VIDEO) appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results.

Larry Wilmore, the guy in Colbert’s old spot: Where do we recognize him from?

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Though we’re already drowning in late-night TV options these days, on Monday night we get another — this one occupying Stephen Colbert’s old time slot: Comedy Central’s “The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore,” airing at 11:30 p.m. after “The Daily Show.” The new show’s claim of “providing a perspective largely missing in the late-night television […]

10 things to know about Larry Wilmore before his 'Nightly Show' debut

Welcome to late night, Larry Wilmore The comedian and seasoned television producer makes his hosting debut Monday on Comedy Central with "The Nightly Show," taking over Stephen Colbert's The Colbert Report time slot. Colbert announced...Show More Summary

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