Elsewhere on the show, we review The Commuter, starring Liam Neeson, Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson and Sam Neill. That’s right, there’s another high-stakes Liam Neeson action movie coming out that takes place on a mode of transportation.
Later on, the Cinemaholics catch up on some other films and shows we’ve been waiting a while to talk about. Jon and Maveryke rave about The End of the F****** World, a new series on Netflix, while Will recommends a great new 2018 pic that’s flying under the radar called Blame,
We’ve once again rounded up the week’s best small-screen sound bites, including exchanges from the aforementioned Syfy, Hulu and ABC programs, respectively.
This time around, we’ve also got a Game of Thrones-related euphemism on Will & Grace, a stunning revelation for Young Sheldon, David Letterman’s return to television and Natalie Portman’s mic-drop moment at the Golden Globes.
Plus, this week’s gallery features double doses of Late Night
Press Release: Los Angeles – January 12, 2018 – IFC announced today that horror-comedy series Stan Against Evil has been picked up for a third season slated to air in Fall 2018. Created by Dana Gould (The Simpsons, Parks and Recreation) and starring John C. McGinley (Scrubs)and Janet Varney (You’re the Worst), Stan Against Evil has grown its dedicated fan base since originally debuting in 2016, with The New York Times calling it a “gruesome, deadpan delight.” Season 2 concluded in November 2017 with Stan Miller (McGinley) and Sheriff Evie Barret (Varney) accidentally opening a portal into the past, allowing the 17th century demons to create new mayhem in their
But this new venture shows that, at this point in his career, the conversations are what Letterman now seems most interested in. So “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction” is a happy medium between his old job and simply flipping on a microphone with a famous person and chatting for an hour. A hybrid between interview
Two and half years, and one cataclysmic election later,
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Letterman, who has thus far committed to six episodes (releasing monthly), began his latest venture by sitting down with former president Barack Obama. Their discussion, while political, was not so much focused on his successor Donald Trump. In fact, 45 was only mentioned by name in a remote segment that excluded Obama (but more
In May 2015, David Letterman bowed out after 33 years of being America’s most irascible late-night television host. It was a grand affair. A who’s who of American pop culture were there: Steve Martin, Alec Baldwin, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Tina Fey and Jim Carrey all made jokes at his expense, while making sincere comments about his impact on America, and them.
The Foo Fighters played Everlong over a montage of his best bits, tears were shed and then … well, late-night moved on. Stephen Colbert and the Jimmys (Fallon and Kimmel) took over. Dave disappeared, resurfacing briefly with a beanie hat and unkempt beard to berate “Trumpy” on the front cover of New York magazine. If
Netflix having enough spare cash under the La-z-Boy to pay millions to bring one of the legends of late night out of retirement was, especially for all of us who didn't have it come out of our pockets, totally worth it.
Late night has, by the way, a whole lot of talent in its current, super-crowded neighborhood, but there will always be something special about Letterman for those who spent their...
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The Directors Guild of America (DGA) has announced the TV nominees for their annual awards, and women directors dominate the Comedy Series category, where three of five nominated episodes are woman-helmed.
Melina Matsoukas is being honored for “Master of None’s” “Thanksgiving” episode, for which Lena Waithe won an Emmy for penning, Beth McCarthy-Miller for “Veep’s” “Chicklet,” and Amy Sherman-Palladino for “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s” pilot.
This news is especially welcome in light of the fact that “Lady Bird” just won a Golden Globe for Best Musical or Comedy but the coming-of-age story’s helmer, Greta Gerwig, was snubbed in the directing category. It remains to be seen whether the DGA will do a better job of recognizing women directors than the Globes.
Just one woman received a nod in the Comedy Series category at last year’s DGA
It can hardly be said that there’s a shortage of formidable talkshow hosts in 2018. If anything, the form has undergone a renaissance thanks to Donald Trump, who’s provided for late-night television a salvo of punchlines and a new jolt of life. Those who’ve chosen to more brazenly address his presidency, like Stephen Colbert and Samantha Bee, have benefited enormously as a result, while hosts like Jimmy Fallon, who takes a more chirpy, apolitical approach, have seen their ratings dip.
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On the upcoming premiere of David Letterman’s new Netflix series, My Guest Needs No Introduction, the former president tells the host about the time he danced onstage with daughter Sasha, 15, and the late singer Prince, who died in April 2016 at 57.
“This was probably three or four months before he died and Prince asks Sasha to come up and dance, and she’s an excellent dancer,” Obama explains.
What happened next surprised the former commander in chief.
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