The creator of “Parks and Rec” and “The Good Place” returns to The Last Laugh podcast to reveal how his new show, “Rutherford Falls,” tackles the big debates roiling America.
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The “Weekend Update” co-anchor weighed in on the new rumor that some SNL cast members might choose to skip the upcoming Elon Musk-hosted episode.
The “Late Show” host said he could relate to Cruz, because “now that Joe Biden’s president, I find it much easier to sleep too.”
“So would your father turn on Trump to protect himself if that’s what it takes?” CNN’s Erin Burnett asked Andrew Giuliani. He clearly did not know how to respond.
Director Paul Feig reveals the original gross-out sequence that was planned before they went with the infamous bridal-shop scene instead.
“A lot of people didn’t want you to come on the show,” Jimmy Kimmel admitted to Mike Lindell. “But I think it’s important that we talk to each other.”
‘The View’ host dismissed multiple instances of conservative media going wild for false stories while complaining that liberals ignore Hunter Biden.
Just because the MyPillow guy will sit down with Jimmy Kimmel doesn’t mean he should.
The late-night host noted that “the guy said nothing after Sandy Hook but now he wants you to call the cops and say, ‘There’s a kid with cotton on his face!’”
Ten years after “Bridesmaids” became a massive hit, director Paul Feig looks back on how they pulled it off and what it meant for the future of female-led comedies.