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Jay Leno was driving through Coldwater Canyon recently when he spotted a guy with a classic L.A. problem: His brand-new BMW had a flat. He pulled over to help, which mostly consisted of convincing the owner that he did not, in fact, need to take the car to the dealer. “We changed the tire by the side of the road,” Leno says. “He thought doing that was the coolest thing.”It’s a few weeks before the premiere of his new CNBC car-talk, stunts, and auto-investments show, Jay Leno’s Garage, and we’re at the warehouse that’s home to the 65-year-old’s 140 automobiles and 117 motorcycles. “You can’t come back with the same thing,” the former Tonight Show host says, from behind the wheel of a red 1968 Lamborghini Espada, “and I figured I’d want to do a car show.” He eases alongside a yellow 1967 Lamborghini Miura. »
- Phoebe Reilly
It was Leno’s first appearance on The Tonight Show since stepping down as host in February 2014 and he seemed to relish the homecoming, cracking a string of really funny and exceptionally delivered jokes about the circus-like presidential race.
Leno was on hand to promote his new CNBC show Jay Leno’s Garage which premieres Wednesday.
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What a welcome return! Jimmy Fallon delivered the opening monologue on NBC's The Tonight Show Tuesday before faking an injury and asking someone to take his place. Enter his predecessor, Jay Leno, who came prepared with endless material regarding the 2016 presidential race. "The election is getting nasty. See, this Ralph Nader called Hillary Clinton a 'corporatist' and a 'militarist.' Isn't that unbelievable? Ralph Nader is still alive," Leno joked. "And Hillary Clinton is not the only Democrat running. Martin O'Malley, the ex-governor of Maryland—do you know him? He's running for president. See, look! Nobody knows him. He's 2 percent in the polls—2 percent! He's »
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
This is pretty big news, considering the history of "The Tonight Show." Jimmy Fallon was doing his monologue Tuesday night, and after telling a joke about Bernie Sanders, he faked an injury and asked for someone to "tag in" for him. Enter ... Jay Leno! Jay infamously battled both David Letterman and Conan O'Brien for the "Tonight Show" desk, but at least he and Fallon are still apparently on good terms. Jay must miss telling jokes on network TV at 11:30, since that was his thing for so long.
- Gina Carbone
Former “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno dropped into his old workplace Tuesday to give his replacement Jimmy Fallon a helping hand — and to plug his new CNBC show, of course. Leno made a “surprise” appearance during Fallon’s opening monologue when the late-night host faked pulling a hamstring during a skit about President Obama and Bernie Sanders. “I don’t think I can continue, but of course here at ‘The Tonight Show’ the monologue has to go on so I think I am going to have to sub out … can someone tag in for me?” he asked. Enter Leno stage left, »
- Debbie Emery
Warning: The following contains spoilers from Tuesday’s iZombie Season 2 premiere.
At the close of the CW series’ sophomore opener on Tuesday night, Liv’s ex-fiancé was blackmailed by Max Rager into agreeing to kill off all of Seattle’s zombies. In return, Major’s pretty, undead ex stays unharmed. (Oh, and thanks to the cure’s side effects, Major can now sense when somebody is a zombie. Helpful!)
Jay Leno was back to skewering current events at the top of the Tonight Show. Leno returned for a special appearance on Tuesday's episode of his old show to deliver part of the opening monologue. He subbed in for current host Jimmy Fallon, who faked an injury and claimed to need someone to take his place. Read more Jay Leno Tests Trump Material, Talks Cosby, Questions Kimmel's "Mean Streak" Leno wasted no time using his material to poke fun at the 2016 presidential race. "After that last debate, Marco Rubio is being called the best communicator in the Republican party, which is kind
- Ryan Gajewski
Jay Leno returned to “The Tonight Show” Tuesday, doing what he used to do best — give a monologue at the top of the hour on the show that is now hosted by Jimmy Fallon. The former “Tonight Show” host made a surprise appearance in order plug the series premiere of his CNBC reality show “Jay Leno‘s Garage.” The iconic late night host also recently addressed why he didn’t make an appearance at David Letterman‘s “Late Show” finale earlier this year. Also Read: TheWrap's TV Stars and Showrunners Exclusive Portraits (Updating Photos) “Well, I asked Dave to do a 10-second tape for us. »
- Linda Ge
You can take the sci-fi out of the girl, but you can’t take the girl out of sci-fi.
Helfer will play FBI Special Agent Lange, who shares a history (and palpable sexual tension) with Sharlto Copley’s Detective Walker. Lange, who walks a fine line between the Powers world and the government, becomes both an ally and enemy when it best suits her agenda.
Since her BSG days, Helfer has »
ABC’s The Muppets returned for Round 2 on Tuesday, and while Kermit’s sexy side of bacon Denise was M.I.A., something tells us the Parents Television Council will still find plenty of complain about.
RelatedMuppets Under Fire: Ep Insists ‘Adult’ Jokes Will Always ‘Work on Two Levels’
But first, a quick recap: In a desperate attempt to make Miss Piggy slightly more manageable, Kermit set her up with “velvet-throated piano god” Josh Groban, but the plan backfired when he started filling Piggy’s head with all sorts of awful new show ideas. Knowing that Piggy’s true »
Jon Stewart, David Letterman, Craig Ferguson and Jay Leno have all left their long-running late-night perches. And now Mario Kreutzberger (known by his stage name Don Francisco), the Chilean-born creator and host of Univision’s Saturday night extravaganza “Sabado Gigante” (“Giant Saturday”), is signing off for the last time on Sept. 19 when the show’s record-breaking 53-year reign as the longest-running TV show in the world comes to an end.
The variety format show, which launched in Chile in 1962 before expanding Stateside, features a frenetic mix of contests, sing-alongs, and music acts, as well as other live entertainment. Details of its three-hour finale (the show’s standard run-time) are still under wraps but it will include highlights of past shows and a constellation of guests, among them celebrated Latin American recording artists Enrique Iglesias, Luis Fonsi, Paulina Rubio and Juanes.
“We want to do something very special, something very meaningful »
- Anna Marie de la Fuente
Out with David Letterman, Jon Stewart, Craig Ferguson, and Stephen Colbert. In with Trevor Noah, James Corden, Larry Wilmore, and Stephen Colbert. Lately, networks have been changing talk-show hosts faster than Zsa Zsa Gabor changed husbands. (That joke is our tribute to Johnny Carson.) The final piece falls into place tonight, when Colbert makes his CBS debut in Letterman’s old chair. After a long period of late-night firing, retiring, and hiring, it’s time to quantify the monologues and interviews, and crown the all-time kings (and a few queens) of talk. Our ranking includes some hosts who are entirely fictional, others who’ve expanded the job’s original boundaries through podcasting and satellite radio, and those who turned daytime TV into must-see entertainment. It does not, however, include John McEnroe, Magic Johnson, or Tony Danza; make no mistake, that was a conscious decision. 32. Jay Leno First he elbowed aside »
- Rob Tannenbaum,Craig Marks
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