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Big Stars Love TV So Much, They’re Even Hosting Game Shows Now

2 July 2016 8:32 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Remember when big-name stars didn’t want to do TV? Now they’re even clamoring for jobs as game show hosts.

Alec Baldwin (ABC’s “Match Game”), Taye Diggs (Fox’s “Hypnotize Me”), Jane Lynch (NBC’s “Celebrity Game Night”) and Anthony Anderson (ABC’s “To Tell the Truth”) are just some of the actors who now front major primetime game shows, in addition to their regular scripted work.

“You look at game shows from the 1970s and 1980s, they were somewhat cheesy,” Anderson said. “It’s different now. It’s a lot classier. It’s cool.”

Wayne Brady, who has hosted a “Let’s Make a Deal” revival for CBS since 2009, joked that “being a game show host was very much akin to being a local affiliate weatherman – and no offense to local affiliate weathermen, but there’s a stereotype.”

Read More: Common Joins the Game Show Circus

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Big Stars Love TV So Much, They’re Even Hosting Game Shows Now

2 July 2016 8:32 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Remember when big-name stars didn’t want to do TV? Now they’re even clamoring for jobs as game show hosts.

Alec Baldwin (ABC’s “Match Game”), Taye Diggs (Fox’s “Hypnotize Me”), Jane Lynch (NBC’s “Celebrity Game Night”) and Anthony Anderson (ABC’s “To Tell the Truth”) are just some of the actors who now front major primetime game shows, in addition to their regular scripted work.

“You look at game shows from the 1970s and 1980s, they were somewhat cheesy,” Anderson said. “It’s different now. It’s a lot classier. It’s cool.”

Wayne Brady, who has hosted a “Let’s Make a Deal” revival for CBS since 2009, joked that “being a game show host was very much akin to being a local affiliate weatherman – and no offense to local affiliate weathermen, but there’s a stereotype.”

Read More: Common Joins the Game Show Circus

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- Michael Schneider

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus Proves She Is Truly Ageless With Throwback Wedding Photo on Her Anniversary

25 June 2016 2:30 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Julia Louis-Dreyfus says she made a "good choice" nearly three decades ago. The actress took to Instagram on Saturday to share a throwback photo with her husband of 29 years, Brad Hall. But Louis-Dreyfus's looks have hardly changed! "29 years ago today," she captioned the Instagram. "A good choice. #remain." The couple met while attending Northwestern University when she auditioned for Hall's theater production in the early 1980s, as she told Craig Ferguson on his late night talk show in 2013. They were married in 1987 and have two sons together. 29 years ago today. A good choice. #remain A photo posted by Julia Louis-Dreyfus »

- Blake Bakkila, @bcbakkila

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus Proves She Is Truly Ageless With Throwback Wedding Photo on Her Anniversary

25 June 2016 2:30 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Julia Louis-Dreyfus says she made a "good choice" nearly three decades ago. The actress took to Instagram on Saturday to share a throwback photo with her husband of 29 years, Brad Hall. But Louis-Dreyfus's looks have hardly changed! "29 years ago today," she captioned the Instagram. "A good choice. #remain." The couple met while attending Northwestern University when she auditioned for Hall's theater production in the early 1980s, as she told Craig Ferguson on his late night talk show in 2013. They were married in 1987 and have two sons together. 29 years ago today. A good choice. #remain A photo posted by Julia Louis-Dreyfus »

- Blake Bakkila, @bcbakkila

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James Corden Takes Over An ArcLight Movie Theater, Performs Homage to ‘Romeo + Juliet’

17 June 2016 10:55 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

On “The Late Late Show” last night, host James Corden decided to mix things up and take a break from his busy schedule, filled with near-constant Carpool Karaoke segments that occasionally feature shirtless members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, to take over an ArcLight movie theater for a day. In the latest installment of his “Take a Break” segment, Corden stopped by Hollywood’s ArcLight Cinemas to try his hand at working at a movie theater. He handed out tickets, sold concessions, and even delivered ArcLight’s patented pre-movie introduction, which ended up devolving into Corden describing his full life story to a bored audience and him going row by row to make sure everyone’s cell phones are turned off.

Read More: 7 Ways the ‘Late, Late Show with James Corden’ Is Actually Going to Feel New

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James Corden Takes Over An ArcLight Movie Theater, Performs Homage to ‘Romeo + Juliet’

17 June 2016 10:55 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

On “The Late Late Show” last night, host James Corden decided to mix things up and take a break from his busy schedule, filled with near-constant Carpool Karaoke segments that occasionally feature shirtless members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, to take over an ArcLight movie theater for a day. In the latest installment of his “Take a Break” segment, Corden stopped by Hollywood’s ArcLight Cinemas to try his hand at working at a movie theater. He handed out tickets, sold concessions, and even delivered ArcLight’s patented pre-movie introduction, which ended up devolving into Corden describing his full life story to a bored audience and him going row by row to make sure everyone’s cell phones are turned off.

Read More: 7 Ways the ‘Late, Late Show with James Corden’ Is Actually Going to Feel New

But the highlight of the segment is when Corden and another employee »

- Vikram Murthi

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Late-Night Shake-Up Plays Big Factor in Awards Race

15 June 2016 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

With former Emmy winner David Letterman and record-breaker Jon Stewart off the air, this year’s race for the Emmy in late night has become an open field for newcomers. Meanwhile veterans Conan O’Brien and Jimmy Kimmel continue to seek that elusive Emmy win.

The only other person to break that juggernaut was Stephen Colbert, who jumped ship from Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” to mainstreaming with CBS’ “Late Show.” For a whopping 13 consecutive years either “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” or its offshoot “The Colbert Report” has won the variety category. Prior to that, “Late Show With David Letterman” took the category from 1998-2002. In the hotly contested battle of the bye-byes, Stewart beat out Letterman and took home the 2015 Emmy. Last year, although Craig Ferguson was also bidding adieu to his show, there were essentially only two frontrunners destined to take home yet another golden statuette.

The one thing we can predict for 2016: Someone new will be taking home the Emmy.

This year’s hosts have all achieved varying degrees of success. Some have racked up impressive ratings, others have been blowing up the internet with their sketches and monologues.

“It’s a hard year to stand out, but that’s what makes it so satisfying,” says CBS’ “The Late Late Show With James Corden” executive producer Ben Winston. “There are essentially at least five new shows, all competing for eyeballs.”

“Corden” executive producer Rob Crabbe says having so many newcomers to the game has helped make this a particularly good time for late night.

“It raises everybody’s game when you have to work harder to get noticed,” Crabbe says. “It’s good for us and for late night in general.”

Many of the potential candidates for this year’s race trace their roots to “Saturday Night Live,” including Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers, and “The Daily Show” (Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, Larry Wilmore and Samantha Bee). Some have exceeded expectations while others, including Stewart’s replacement Trevor Noah, have not yet gained their footing. Ratings for “The Daily Show” have sunk more than 30% since Noah replaced Stewart, and the buzz has been almost nonexistent for a show that has always thrived in big election years. And this has been a year when political satire has had access to a lot of easy pickings. Critics have been, at best, lukewarm to Noah’s charms. Stepping up have been “Daily Show” alums Wilmore on Comedy Central’s “The Nightly Show” and Oliver and Bee who, admittedly, have only had to shine once a week rather than four or five.

“While ‘The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore’ hasn’t achieved the heights of its predecessor, ‘The Colbert Report,’ it has a host whose deadpan delivery and improvisational chops make for a dependably funny half-hour,” writes Variety chief TV Critic Maureen Ryan.

“It’s a hard year to stand out, but that’s what makes it so satisfying. There are essentially at least five new shows, all competing for eyeballs.” Ben Winston

“In an election year in which race is part of the conversation as it rarely has been in the past, Wilmore has found a multitude of serious and sarcastic ways to come at that crucial topic, and his riffs on the news of the day are often dryly amusing as well.”

HBO’s “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” and TBS’ “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee” each have offered up sharp looks on the political scene with a biting edge.

“Oliver seems almost a guarantee to win a [repeat] nom, because his show is truly doing something new: investigative comedy,” says Bill Carter, author of three books on late-night television, including the seminal “Late Shift.” “I’m sure a range of his extended examinations on topics will make excellent submissions.”

As for Bee, Carter says no one has brought more passion to the pursuit of political satire. With Stewart out of the picture, she seems to have jumped into that niche both with fervor and creative excellence.

“On weeks when we are away from the office, we should be enjoying time off but instead we are texting each other,” says “Frontal” showrunner Jo Miller, formerly of “The Daily Show.” “When you talk about Congress not passing a non-partisan [military] sexual assault bill, it’s hard not to get passionate about that.”

Bee is also the only woman in the game who appears to have outstanding reviews and widespread support to help her break through the male-dominated field. When the Academy split the variety category last year, Amy Schumer took home the Emmy for the newly created variety sketch category. Prior to that, the last woman to win in the category was Tracey Ullman’s HBO series “Tracey Takes On…” in 1997.

“We do visceral rage that is wonky and nerdy,” Miller says. “But beyond that, John Oliver was the first one who took what we did on ‘The Daily Show’ format and take those strengths to go deeper.”

Miller says most of the late-night shows have developed through the strengths of the hosts’ backgrounds.

“Kimmel’s man on the street is so much fun to watch, [as is] Conan going abroad. Fallon would be bored to death if he had to just sit at a desk,” Miller says.

NBC’s “Late Night With Seth Meyers” has become more political this sophomore year, which may bode well for the show. He still bests newcomer Corden in the ratings. But most eyes are on the 11:35 p.m. broadcast contenders.

The traditional network talk shows have gotten a good shake-up in the past few years with the departures of Jay Leno and Letterman, once the powerhouses of network late-night talk.

“You have to think Jimmy Fallon is the shoo-in to win an Emmy nomination both by his consistent edge in popularity and the fact that he basically re-invented the format — or at least put his own spin on it,” Carter says. “What used to be a talk show with comedy is now a comedy performance show with talk.”

And while Colbert’s appearance on a broadcast network as Letterman’s replacement came with much excitement last fall, he hasn’t seemed to be able to maintain that initial thrust. His show still bests the now veteran Jimmy Kimmel on ABC, but not by much. Unlike Kimmel, Fallon and his late-night CBS teammate Corden, he hasn’t made a huge impact online.

On the flip side, newcomer Corden, who took over Ferguson’s spot, appears to be settling in much better than expected. He may be last in the timeslot ratings by a slender margin, but he’s become a YouTube sensation. All his clips do well, with his most successful being Carpool Karaoke, where he takes celebrated recording artists such as Jennifer Hudson and Adele out of the studio and into a car for a seemingly spontaneous chat and sing-along with the aid of a dash camera.

Crabbe, who previously worked on the Fallon show, says the late-night talk-show format has been restructured to serve the strengths of the new hosts.

Jimmy [Fallon] came to it after years on ‘SNL’ and a sketch comedy background. [Corden] came as a Tony Award winner, Disney film actor and successful [British] sitcom star. What he hadn’t done was monologues or standup, so the tropes of late night were new to him,” Crabbe says. “I think the skill set is different than those that used to host late night.”

When Emmy voters stamp their ballots, they’ll need to look at a lot of fresh faces, and also perhaps take a second glance at the ones who might have been overlooked in the past.

“I still think Jimmy Kimmel gets better every year, and he can trot out a host of signature comedy bits. Corden really has defied the odds [from an unknown] to become the most talked about and massively streamed of the new hosts,” Carter says. “Corden has provided a jolt to the format and I really expect him to get some sort of recognition, even with all the competition. The ever-increasing number of late-night stars makes selecting just [six] of them or fewer tougher than ever.”

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Jack Whitehall Returns to Host Britannia Awards

14 June 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

British comedian Jack Whitehall will return to host the Britannia Awards this fall.

Whitehall is a regular panelist on Sky 1 sports show “A League of Their Own” and was featured in “The Bad Education Movie” last year.

“I am thrilled to be back hosting the Britannia Awards again and helping to provide a bridge between the U.K. and Hollywood,” Whitehall said in a statement. “My thanks to Meryl Streep and Harrison Ford for laughing at my jokes last year, and making BAFTA/La believe that I am suited to do this a second time.”

The Britannia Awards will take place Oct. 28 at the Beverly Hilton. Ang Lee has already been announced as the recipient of the John Schlesinger Britannia Award for Excellence in Directing. Other honorees will be announced in the coming months, the British Academy of Film and Television Los Angeles said.

Previous hosts of the Britannias have included Craig Ferguson, James Corden and Stephen Fry.

“Jack’s performance as host last year was one of the most memorable aspects of an already spectacular evening,” said BAFTA/La chairman Kieran Breen. “He maintained the celebratory nature of the event, all the while infusing it with his undeniable charm and particular brand of British humor. We have no doubt that Jack will once again make this the biggest and best British night in the Hollywood calendar.”

BAFTA/La also announced the return of Done + Dusted to produce this year’s ceremony for the second consecutive year. “After a wonderful collaboration last year, we are thrilled to be a part of this prestigious evening once again,” said Done + Dusted co-founder Hamish Hamilton. “It is truly a celebration that brings together our company’s country of origin, the U.K., with the excitement of Hollywood, and there is no better setting for us to honor both.”

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‘Jane the Virgin’ Star Jaime Camil to Host TCA Awards

14 June 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Jane the Virgin” favorite Jaime Camil has been tapped to host the 32nd Annual Television Critics Association Awards, which will be held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday, August 6.

Camil will kick off the evening with an original opening monologue, before handing things over to the critics, who will announce the night’s big winners. As an added bonus, the exclusive event will include a cameo by beloved telenovela superstar Rogelio De La Vega, who will be on-hand to fill in for Camil whenever the host needs to take a quick break. Awards will be presented in a wide variety of categories and genres, such as news and information; youth; drama; reality; and comedy, as North America’s top TV critics gather to celebrate outstanding television programs of the 2015-2016 season.

“With his natural charm and quick wit, Jaime Camil has quickly become one of the most likeable personalities on television,” said TCA President Amber Dowling. “Camil, along with his beloved alter ego Rogelio De La Vega, are the perfect complement to add some sizzle to this special evening. The Television Critics Association is truly honored to have him on board, as we come together to celebrate 32 years of the TCA Awards.”

Camil is a Critics’ Choice, Imagen, and Teen Choice Award nominee and has won countless global film and theater awards throughout his 20-year plus career. He has starred in a multitude of telenovelas, including hits “Qué pobres tan ricos” and “Por ella soy Eva,” and award-winning films such as “Pulling Strings,” “200 Cartas” and “7 Dias” – which earned him Best Supporting Actor honors from the Premios Ace and the Mexican Cinema Journalists respectively. He has recorded four platinum selling albums and has led many musicals in his native Mexico City including “West Side Story,” “Hook,” “Aladdin,” “El diluvio que viene” and more. In addition to “Jane the Virgin,” he can be seen on Broadway starring as Billy Flynn in “Chicago.”

Rogelio De La Vega shot to fame in 2013, capturing hearts across the country in his smoldering portrayal of Santos, the president of the fictional country of North Ecuaduras, who braves the high seas, battles villainous pirates, and woos the beautiful Blanca in the hit Telemasivo Studios telenovela “The Passions of Santos.” The series was the longest-running telenovela in the studio’s history, having amassed over 175 episodes — thanks, in large part, to De La Vega’s undeniable charisma and brilliant acting. De La Vega’s performance was widely acclaimed by critics and viewers, alike, earning him the honor of Best Actor at the prestigious Paloma Awards in 2014, as well as a legion of devoted 6.3 million Twitter followers. In addition to “Santos” De La Vega has appeared in the sci-fi space opera “Pasión Intergalactica,” and currently can be seen in the lead role on the new time-travel drama “Tiago a Través del Tiempo.”

Camil is the latest in a long line of stars to emcee the TCA Awards; past hosts include James Corden, Terry Crews, Bryan Cranston, Ellen DeGeneres, Conan O’Brien, Drew Carey, Craig Ferguson, Wanda Sykes, the Smothers Brothers, Nick Offerman, Dax Shepard, Key & Peele, and Bob Newhart, among others.

The TCA nominates and votes on awards as an organization, and the process is not open to submissions. 12 awards will be presented for programming that has made an impact this past TV season. The TCA also bestows a Heritage Award trophy to one long-standing program that has culturally or socially influenced society, and a Career Achievement Award.

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Sterling K. Brown, Mandy Moore & Milo Ventimiglia Celebrate Red Nose Day

28 May 2016 12:34 PM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Sterling K. Brown, Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia were in attendance at the taping of The Red Nose Day Special for NBC at Alfred Hitchcock Theater at Universal Studios in Universal City, California Thursday. Red Nose Day Special The Red Nose Day Special raises money and awareness for children in need. Hosted this year by Craig Ferguson, the […]

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Mila Kunis, Craig Ferguson Raise Funds, Spirits During Red Nose Day Telecast

27 May 2016 12:52 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Craig Ferguson hosted NBC’s second annual Red Nose Day telecast, held at Universal Studios Stage 1 lot on Thursday, and there was no shortage of laughter and applause from the live studio audience as they sat front row to all of the action.

“Well, I got my first call,” a boastful Mila Kunis remarked to husband Ashton Kutcher, sparking laughs from the audience. The actress sat on the first rotation of celebrity panelists. “That’s right! Energy people, energy!” she yelled while leaving the stage.

The Big Bang Theory” star Johnny Galecki had his share of fun with the audience as well, throwing his red nose into the crowd; Ravi Patel and Yvette Nicole Brown took selfies throughout the show; and Lamorne Morris gave the crowd a slight scare when he jumped up from his seat and yelled to his caller jokingly: “Who is this?!”

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Watch The Walking Dead Cast Spoof the Star Wars Holiday Special

27 May 2016 10:25 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Norman Reedus, Andrew Lincoln and the cast of The Walking Dead got very silly for Red Nose Day last night on NBC. And it's something fans are going to want to watch right now! The Red Nose Day special brought a number of familiar Walking Dead faces in to join the fun, including Steven Yeun, Sonequa Martin-Green and Josh McDermitt. The gang spoofs the classic Star Wars Holiday Special with their own Walking Dead Red Nose Day special. And it's as goofy and off the wall as one might expect.

After shutting gofer McDermitt out of their little milkshake party behind the set of The Walking Dead, Andrew Lincoln discovers he's left work with something red on his face. It turns out to be quite a bit of blood. Just the sight of this sticky liquid sends him into a quiet depression. And he expresses his desires for something lighter to brighten his day. »

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The Walking Dead's Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus Serve Up Star Wars Holiday Special Spoof — Watch

27 May 2016 6:44 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

As part of NBC’s Red Nose Day special, stars from The Walking Dead were joined by a variety of famous friends to recreate the opening title sequence of the infamous, long-lost 1978 Star Wars Holiday Special.

RelatedFear the Walking Dead Ep on Chris’ ‘Breaking Point,’ Alicia and Jack’s Future and the Back Half of Season 2

What prompted the parody? As part of a pre-taped segment for the fundraising event, Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus stood around discussing the possibility of making Twd a “lighter” show that would bring “sweetness and light into the world.” If that version of the »

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Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher Had More Fun Than Anyone on Red Nose Day

27 May 2016 4:57 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher had a ball on Red Nose Day. Hosted by Craig Ferguson, the second annual two-hour fundraiser aired on NBC Thursday. It featured pre-taped sketches, performances and live appearances by some of the most famous people in the world, including Kristen Bell, Jack Black, Connie Britton, Rose Byrne, Ellen DeGeneres, Zac Efron, Bill Gates, Blake Griffin, Elton John, Anna Kendrick, Jay Leno, Andrew Lincoln, Ludacris, Mandy Moore, Chloë Grace Moretz, Tracy Morgan, Norman Reedus, Julia Roberts, Seth Rogen, Paul Rudd, Emma Thompson, Danny Trejo, Emma Watson and more. The Red Nose Day special was created by writer-director Richard Curtis to help lift children out of poverty around the world. The »

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Red Nose Day 2016: Game of Thrones' Ramsay Sings, 11 Other Key Moments

26 May 2016 8:32 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

If you’re a reindeer named Rudolph, every day is Red Nose Day. For the rest of us, it’s an annual celebrity telethon for children on NBC — and as we all saw on Thursday, it can get weird.

And we mean “weird” in the best way, of course. $30.7 million raised in the name of helping children on a global scale is nothing to thumb your (red) nose at.

Hosted by Craig Ferguson, Red Nose Day 2k16 was a two-hour parade of stars and sketches, and while not every gamble paid off (poor Malin Akerman!), at least it was all for a good cause. »

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See Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown and Milo Ventimiglia Get in the Giving Spirit for Red Nose Day Special

26 May 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown and Milo Ventimiglia are getting into character for NBC's Red Nose Day Special. People has an exclusive look at the trio, who are also starring in the upcoming NBC drama This Is Us, donning signature red noses ahead of the special, which airs live Thursday. The special, which raises money and awareness for children in need, is hosted this year by Craig Ferguson. The star-packed event will also feature Anna Kendrick, Ludacris, Adam DeVine, Emma Thompson, Jay Leno, Celine Dion, Connie Britton and many more. In the last 25 years, Red Nose Day - created by »

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Watch ‘Empire’ Star Bryshere Y. Gray Win Some Hearts on ‘Celebrity Name Game’ (Exclusive Video)

25 May 2016 12:43 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

“Empire” star Bryshere “Yazz” Gray took his onstage swagger over to “Celebrity Name Game.” In an exclusive clip of the syndicated game show, Gray makes a grand entrance by jumping out onto the stage with host Craig Ferguson. He then turns his attention to his teammates, whom he compliments immediately, leaving both women feeling star struck. Also Read: 'Empire' Season Finale Ends With Major Wedding Drama “He’s turning it on. You see him turning it on?” Ferguson said. “You’re turning it on! You got game. You’re like ‘Hey ladies!'” The show pairs teams of two with a celebrity teammate. »

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TV News Roundup: ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ Sets Season Premiere Date

24 May 2016 5:24 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Bravo has set the premiere date for “Rhonj” season 7, plus Img to handle global sales for BBC’s “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Academy,” and more in Tuesday’s TV news roundup…

Dates

Bravo has announced the return of the hotly anticipated “The Real Housewives of New Jersey.” Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga are joined by new housewives Dolores Catania, a surgical technician turned realtor, and Siggy Flicker, a relationship expert and TV personality. Jersey veteran Jacqueline Laurita will be returning as well. The seventh season premieres July 10 at 8 p.m. on Bravo.

Awards

The Television Academy announced Jon Cryer, Chelsea Handler, Allison Janney, Regina King, Rami Malek, Garry Marshall and Bob Newhart will be attending its Hall of Fame Cornerstone Award ceremony during its 70th anniversary gala. The award ceremony will honor ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC as the first and only networks to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. »

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Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tony Hale, Margot Robbie & More Join NBC’s ‘Red Nose Day Special’

24 May 2016 10:00 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tony Hale, Iwan Rheon, Sterling K. Brown, Yvette Nicole Brown, Margot Robbie, Jane Lynch, Connie Britton, Jay Pharaoh and Mayim Bialik are among the celebrities who have signed on for NBC’s Red Nose Day Special. The fundraiser that aims to help lift kids out of poverty will be broadcast live on May 26 from 9-11 Pm Et on NBC. The special, hosted by Craig Ferguson, features comedy, music performances, and short films that shed light on children in need… »

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Tracy Morgan Spins a PG-13 Snow White Yarn for Kids for Red Nose Day

24 May 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Tracy Morgan may or may not know much about a pretty lady named Snow White and her real nasty step-momma with the crazy mirror.

RelatedJ.J. Abrams Gives Chewbacca Mom Tips During Carpool With James Corden

As part of NBC’s second annual Red Nose Day event, a fundraising special on a mission to lift kids out of poverty, the 30 Rock alum shares a slightly altered version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs with a group of children he doesn’t even know.

After describing the eponymous character as “hotter than taco sauce” and “thick like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, »

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