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'Saturday Night Live' Reveals Who's Really Behind Deflategate In Cold Open

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots' "deflategate" press conference on Thursday was pretty funny on its own, but the "Saturday Night Live" take on the football scandal was even more ridiculous. The "SNL" cold open was a parody ofShow More Summary

Conan O’Brien tackles Deflategate and Bill Cosby in one joke

Conan O’Brien poked fun at the New England Patriots on Thursday night following what football fans are calling “Deflategate.”— and in

Conan O'Brien References Bill Cosby Allegations In Deflategate Segment

Conan O'Brien took an unexpected jab at Bill Cosby on Thursday night's episode of "Conan." While addressing the New England Patriots' unauthorized use of deflated footballs during Sunday night's championship game -- in what is now being referred to as Deflategate -- the host began to list other (fictional) ways the Patriots have cheated in the past. Show More Summary

Conan O'Brien References Bill Cosby Allegations In Deflategate Segment

Conan O'Brien took an unexpected jab at Bill Cosby on Thursday night's episode of "Conan." While addressing the New England Patriots' unauthorized use of deflated footballs during Sunday night's championship game -- in what is now being referred to as Deflategate -- the host began to list other (fictional) ways the Patriots have cheated in the past. Show More Summary

Watch Conan Skewer Bill Cosby's Sex-Assault Scandal

Conan O'Brien got a bit edgy on Thursday night. When discussing the New England Patriots's deflated footballs scandal, the late-night host found a way to skewer Bill Cosby's sex-assault controversies at the same time. Leading with a handful of absurd sports-related gags, O'Brien turned Cosby's alleged proclivity to hand out... More »

CBS Extends Thursday Night Football Deal Through 2015

CBS will continue to televise NFL games on Thursday Night Football through the 2015 season, the NFL announced Sunday. The network will air the first eight Thursday Night Football games of the season, which will simultaneously be broadcast on the NFL Network, according to a statement by the NFL. These... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Thursday Night Football Les Moonves

CBS Renews Thursday Night Football Deal for 2015

CBS has renewed its deal with the NFL to keep Thursday Night Football for 2015. Get all the details on the lucrative deal: The post CBS Renews Thursday Night Football Deal for 2015 appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results.

CBS To Continue With Thursday Night Football Next Season

Even though the current NFL season has yet to reach its peak in the annual “I Watch It for the Commercials Bowl,” the professional sponsorship league that also involves football has already announced some plans for next season, like the fact that CBS will continue to prop up the NFL Network by airing a bunch of primetime weeknight games again.… [More]

NFL and CBS renew 'Thursday Night Football' deal

CBS might have gotten a few duds last fall in its "Thursday Night Football" package, but the NFL more than made up for it by awarding the network another season of prime-time football.

NFL and CBS renew 'Thursday Night Football' deal

CBS might have gotten a few duds last fall in its "Thursday Night Football" package, but the NFL more than made up for it by awarding the network another season of prime-time football.

NFL and CBS agree to terms on another year of Thursday Night Football

The Thursday Night Football contract is unlike any other in the NFL.  While the shield is locked up well into the next decade with Fox, NBC, ESPN, and CBS for Sundays and Mondays, the new TNF deal signed last winter between the NFL and CBS was only a one year contract. Show More Summary

Thursday Night Football returning to CBS for 2015 season

Good news, Phil Simms fans! Thursday Night Football is returning to CBS for the 2015 NFL season. The league announced Sunday in a statement that the network arrangement, which began this past regular season, will continue for next season. Show More Summary

Thursday Night Football’ To Return To CBS Next Season

NFL  re-upped the deal with CBS for Thursday Night Football, which again will air on the network next fall. The NFL has the option to extend the agreement by another year after that. CBS will broadcast the first eight Thursday Night Football games which also will be simulcast on NFL Network. Show More Summary

'Thursday Night Football' returns to CBS in 2015

'Thursday Night Football' returns to CBS in 2015, the NFL and CBS announced on Sunday morning.

NFL announces CBS will keep Thursday Night Football

Thursday Night Football will remain on CBS for another season. The league announced today that CBS will keep the Thursday night package in 2015, after a 2014 season that saw strong ratings. Thursday nights will work the same in 2015 as in 2014: The first eight games of the package will be simulcast on both…

Resurgent NBC Sets Sights on Two Remaining Weak Spots: Thursdays and Comedies

When NBC entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt started at the network in 2011, things looked bleak. NBC has now clawed its way back to first place in the 18-49 demographic, thanks to Sunday Night Football, The Voice and hits like The Blacklist. Show More Summary

The Adam Sandler Movie Matrix

While enjoying the embarrassment of Thursday night riches that was all the football and NBC sitcoms last night I had my euphoria interrupted several times by ads for the new [...]

Anna Kendrick Says Standing Next To A Green Bay Packer Is Like Standing Next To A Blue Whale

Anna Kendrick keeps her head down after signing a few autographs at LAX airport in Los Angeles on Thursday night (January 8). “They’re fans,” the 29-year-old actress recently explained of just how the Green Bay Packers football team got to be in Pitch Perfect 2. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Anna Kendrick She [...]

Social Scoreboard: Thursday, January 8

What a weird Thursday night. “American Idol” and NFL Network’s “Pro Football Hall of Fame: Gold Jacket Finalists” topped the Nielsen Twitter ratings last night. “Archer,” “Parenthood,” and  Jimmy Fallon rounded out the evening. Can we get our TGIT back, now?  New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

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