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Cupid’s got his arrow trained on New York City — and he’s specifically aiming for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt‘s sidekick — when the Netflix series returns for Season 2.
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“It’s all happening,” she confirms.
But who’s going to get to see the “Peeno Noir” singer’s… peeno noir? And what’s the skinny on Fey and pal Amy Poehler hosting next year’s Oscars? »
With the 2015 Emmys a mere six days away — Sunday, 8/7c on Fox, to be exact — prognosticators are busy predicting whether Modern Family can make it six wins in a row, if Mad Men‘s Jon Hamm will finally break his losing streak and if there’s a Kardashians chance at a Nobel Prize that anyone can stop Transparent‘s Jeffrey Tambor.
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Just as important as the “who will win?” queries, however, are the debates about who should win — and that’s why last month TVLine ran a series of polls »
Mary Tyler Moore, watch your back.
If Julia Louis-Dreyfus takes home the 2015 Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, you’ll have to share with the Veep star your position as most-honored woman in the category (at five statuettes apiece).
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A win by Louis-Dreyfus would come as no shock, either, considering she’s seeking her fourth straight win (for her fourth season of the HBO political comedy).
To make history, Louis-Dreyfus will have to get past some other ladies with serious Emmy clout. »
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On Monday’s Tonight Show, the Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation star put his Rock of Ages training to good use, performing both a contemporary smash (The Weekend’s “Can’t Feel My Face”) and an old classic (Meatloaf’s “Paradise By the Dashboard Light”).
Press Play above to see how Cruise fared against Fallon’s one-two nostalgia punch of “Undercover of the Night »
The summer is a confusing time for late night shows. With vacation time, shows are often off, then on, seemingly at random. When shows do air, there’s fewer dangerous animals on, and more affect-less athletes. And yet, some really funny things happen on late night during these lesser watched months. Jimmy Fallon nearly lost a hand, Conan rode into Comic-Con with a Mad Max war band. We got to see Colbert interview Eminem on Monroe, Michigan public access TV. Jon Stewart’s Daily Show month long “moment of zen” farewell continues, streaming every episode back-to-back, available globally. It wasn’t all bad.
Last week, Bill Hader and Amy Schumer were doing the rounds for Trainwreck, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were reunited with Jimmy, Emma Stone was on Conan, Meyers got a dose of Schumer and Jim Gaffigan, and Corden horsed around with Ian McKellen. Plus, John Oliver took »
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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler debuted the trailer of their new film Sisters on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night. Tina Fey And Amy Poehler’s ‘Sisters’ Trailer Before the trailer premiere the comedic best friends played a game of True Confessions with Fallon and revealed some eye-opening truths about themselves. “So what […]
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Scott Wolf better prepare for more long evenings at the hospital.
The actor has been promoted to series regular for Season 3 of The Night Shift, our sister site Variety reports.
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Wolf recurred during the first two seasons of the NBC medical drama as Scott Clemmens, a trauma surgeon who moves to town to be near his fiancée and fellow doctor Jordan Alexander (played Jill Flint). A love triangle formed as a result of her unresolved feelings for colleague Tc Callahan (Eoin Macken).
Read More: Watch: Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn Hone Their 'True Detective' Skills on 'The Tonight Show' Best friend powerhouse duo Tina Fey and Amy Poehler tested their knowledge of each other in True Confessions on "The Tonight Show" while promoting their upcoming comedy "Sisters." In the game, each person confesses a random fact and has to be interrogated by the other two about whether it is true or not. Did Fey really get mistaken for a prostitute? Did someone help Yoko Ono across the street? All three hilariously question each other and search for the truth. Check out the full "Tonight Show" clip above. "Sisters" hits theaters on December 18. Read More: Tina Fey on Why 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' Wouldn't Exist Without Ellie Kemper and Her Contagious Optimism »
- Kaeli Van Cott
They're back together! On Tuesday, three of your favorite Saturday Night Live stars of yore hung out on The Tonight Show. With Tina Fey and Amy Poehler on hand to debut the hilarious Sisters trailer, Jimmy Fallon decided to have a little fun, bringing back his True Confessions game. The trio shared ridiculous stories about being mistaken for a prostitute, getting robbed, and helping Yoko Ono. Watch the clip above to see if you can separate fact from fiction, and then catch up on the latest viral videos. »
The Tonight Show staged a mini-Saturday Night Live reunion Tuesday as Jimmy Fallon invited his fellow Weekend Update anchors Tina Fey and Amy Poehler to debut the trailer for their new comedy Sisters. In the film, Poehler and Fey play sisters who, after learning their parents sold their childhood home, decide to throw one last party at the house. "If you like us and you like sisters and you like us playing sisters, you're gonna love Sisters," Poehler told The Tonight Show crowd. Sisters is due out December 18th. »
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler dropped by Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” to revisit an old “SNL” friend and play a smokey, dramatic round of “True Confessions.” Here’s how the late-night game is played: Each of the three participants has an envelope containing one outlandish true story about their lives, and a lie. When one is selected, they read aloud the claim, while being interrogated by the other two. This time around, Fey and Fallon told the truth, while Poehler was the fibber. “I was once mistaken for a prostitute in Monaco,” Fey admitted during her time as defendant. »
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They say the truth shall set you free, but if Jimmy Fallon, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are interrogating you, you might want to keep your secrets concealed! The Saturday Night Live alums reunited on The Tonight Show Tuesday to promote Tina and Amy's new movie Sisters. But what started as a lighthearted visit quickly turned into an intense interrogation when they played "True Confessions," a game in which they took turns confessing a random fact then questioned each other to determine who was telling the truth. Each were given two envelopes, and the players selected had to choose which the others would open. Tina kicked off the game by reading her truth-or-false fun fact: "I was once mistaken for a »
They're the three best friends that anyone could have! Tina Fey and Amy Poehler caught up with their longtime pal Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show on Tuesday, July 14, and played one particularly hilarious game of True Confessions. "Here's how the game works," Fallon, 40, explained to Poehler, 43, and Fey, 45. "In front of each of us are two envelopes containing confessions. In one of the envelopes is something that actually happened to us in real life and in the second envelope is a lie. [...] »
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.
"The Tonight Show" had too many cool things going on Tuesday night, it almost would've been better to spread them out. "Trainwreck" star LeBron James -- who also plays some basketball in his free time -- played "Faceketball" with Jimmy Fallon. They both wore net headbands and shot balls at each other's faces. (!) You have to see LeBron's expression when Jimmy scores points on him. Priceless. That was awesome enough, but wait! The incomparable team of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler (love the new hair) also played True Confessions with Jimmy, in a reunion of former SNL Weekend Update co-anchors. (Seth Meyers, you should've jumped in.) Amy, Tina »
- Gina Carbone
Jimmy Fallon and his new finger played True Confessions with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler like a bunch of fun friends last night. Listen to them talk about weird stuff that happens while gambling in Monaco, going to college, and appreciating art. (Oh, Fey and Poehler are also going to co-star in this movie called Sisters, in which they are sisters; you can check out the recently released official trailer for that here.) »
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Three of NBC’s shiniest golden children assembled Tuesday night when Tina Fey and Amy Poehler visited The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for a few smoke-filled rounds of the ever-popular “True Confessions.”
Don’t bother asking what we did to deserve this embarrassment of comedic riches, for there is no singular answer. (Though it might have something to do with the release of the trailer for Fey and Poehler’s new movie Sisters. Maybe.)
Instead, just hit Play on the video above, in which the three »
Don’t be dismayed by CBS’ decision to cut Person of Interest‘s Season 5 order to just 13 episodes.
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Still, Ep Greg Plageman conceded, the Season 5 finale “could be the series finale as well” — and he’s already envisioned how the series’ final moments might play out, despite his belief that there’s still “a lot more story to tell. »
Read More: Watch: 'True Detective' Season 2 Trailer Marks the Battlefield Between Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn As "True Detective" fans get ready for Season 2 this Sunday, co-stars Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn were practicing their interrogation skills with Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show." The three go head-to-head in True Confessions, a game in which they pick an envelope, read the statement within it aloud and then try to withstand a two-man interrogation before revealing whether or not their story was true. Each of the three had aptly odd facts, which made their interrogations intense and downright hilarious. From getting a head removed from a fence with mayonnaise to Colin Farrell being involved in an attempted murder, the things being disputed between the group are worth a watch. Check out the full clip above, and watch "True Detective" Season 2 Sunday at 9pm on HBO. Read More: Review: ' »
- Kaeli Van Cott
Jimmy welcomed Colin and his "True Detective" co-star, Vince Vaughn, to "The Tonight Show" for a game of "True Confessions," where the trio grilled each other over some scandalous accusations – both real and made-up, and then had to guess who was telling the truth.
As it turns out, Colin wasn't lying when he claimed he was questioned for murder as a teen.
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Colin Farrell says he was a suspect in an attempted murder case when he was a late teenager. He was never charged and he had an alibi. Which he hopefully kept to himself. The 39-year-old Irish actor talked about his ordeal on Thursday on NBC's The Tonight Show during a game called "True Confessions," which also featured his True Detective season 2 co-star Vince Vaughn, 45. There, the two and host Jimmy Fallon, 40, had to read out a "confession" and interrogate each other about it, then determine who was telling the truth. "When I was a late teen, I got brought in for questioning as a suspect in an attempted murder," Farrell said. "I saw a photofit of the guy who »
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