While much of Twitter was reacting to the upsetting news out of Boston this week, our favorite funny women brought some levity to the dark week. TV comedians like Whitney Cummings and Lena Dunham made us laugh with tweets about Prozac...Show More Summary
And then all of a sudden, I was on "The Today Show" hosting an etiquette quiz game show with Hoda Kotb and Whitney Cummings, and they gave a copy of my book to the loser as a booby prize. I...
Here's my "Today Show" clip, with Hoda Kotb and guest host Whitney Cummings. More about the experience tomorrow. It was very amusing!Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy...
I'll be on "The Today Show" tomorrow at 10:30 EST, playing an etiquette game with substitute host Whitney Cummings and Hoda Kotb! Tune in! And this morning, I was on the local Fox affiliate, talking "professionalism" and Millennials. The embed...
Whitney Cummings turned up the temperature at the L.A. Kings hockey game Monday night where she was spotted getting frisky with her boyfriend Hollywood heavy weight Peter Berg and RadarOnline.com… READ ON
Chris D'Elia has landed the lead in Bill Lawrence's NBC pilot Undateable, TVGuide.com has learned. In the comedy... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Bill Lawrence Chris D'Elia Rick Glassman Whitney Cummings Cougar Town Due Date Whitney
With three shows in two years, the comedian faces a mixed ratings bag.
E! has decided to pull the plug on Whitney Cummings' freshman talk show, Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings in spite of having ordered more episodes at the beginning of the year. Well, at least Whitney still has Whitney.
Awww, not all cancellations are undeserved and heartbreaking. According to Vulture, E! has cancelled Whitney Cummings’ talk show Love You, Mean It after just 12 episodes. The show involving Whitney “voicing her comedic opinions about current events,” and ratings hovered around 400,000 viewers per episode. Show More Summary
After two short trial periods, "Love You, Mean It with Whitney Cummings" has been cancelled by the E! network. Produced by Chelsea Handler's company, the show premiered in November with six episodes before grabbing another six in January. The show featured the female comedian and her sidekick, Julian McCullough. Show More Summary
Whitney Cummings’s TV empire just got slightly smaller. E! says it has telecast its final episode of its late-night talk show “Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings,” starring last year’s It Girl — before we all moved on to Lena Dunham. Read full article >>
Whitney Cummings' talk show has been canceled, according to The Hollywood Reporter. E!'s "Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings" premiered in November and broadcast...
Comedian Whitney Cummings no longer has a late-night talk show. E! has canceled "Love You, Mean It with Whitney Cummings" after a 12-week run.
Despite ordering additional episodes at the top of the year, E! has decided to cancel Whitney Cummings' talk show, Entertainment Weekly reports. Check out our complete pilot report Love You, Mean It with Whitney Cummings premiered in... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Whitney Cummings 2 Broke Girls Whitney Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings
The world is now one Whitney Cummings TV show lighter. E! has ended production of Love You, Mean It after twelve episodes. The network had just renewed the show for six episodes in January, but that was apparently the end of it. The Cummings-produced 2 Broke Girls is sitting pretty, ... More »
Love You, Mean It with Whitney Cummings has been canceled by E! after one season. A representative for the network confirmed that production for Cummings late-night talk show has wrapped, and that the February 6 episode was its last. The talk show premiered in November with a six-episode order and got picked up for six more [...]Show More Summary
America’s hypothetical love affair with Whitney Cummings seems to be slowly going the way of all love affairs, as characterized in the comedic observations of Whitney Cummings: devolving into a barely sublimated rage that ends in a nasty...Show More Summary
People didn’t love it back. Whitney Cummings’ talk show Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings, has been canceled, EW
Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings has made a quiet exit on E!. A rep for the network confirmed that production on the show has wrapped and last week’s episode of the weekly talk show was its last. Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings, produced by Chelsea Handler’s Borderline Amazing Prods., launched in November with a six-episode order. Show More Summary
The news comes some three months after the talk show, produced by Chelsea Handler’s Borderline Amazing Productions, premiered to little buzz. read more