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As it approaches the one-year anniversary of airing in an earlier timeslot, ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” hit 10-month rating highs last week and improved its standing in key demos with NBC and CBS.
Nielsen estimates that “Jkl” averaged 2.86 million viewers and 1.05 million adults 18-49 — rising 15% and 29% respectively week to week. These are the best regular-timeslot deliveries for the show since its first week airing at 11:35 p.m. in January.
In 18-49, Kimmel pulled to within about 60,000 viewers of “Tonight Show With Jay Leno” and widened the gap over CBS’ third-place “Late Show With David Letterman.” Week to week, Kimmel’s audience surged 29% in adults 18-49 and 15% in total viewers; as a result, his advantage in 18-49 over Letterman grew from 9% to 32%.
“Jkl” also led among the latenight broadcast talkshows in adults 18-34 (378,000 to 355,000 for runner-up “Tonight”).
For the first nine weeks of the television season, “Jkl” has built »
- Rick Kissell
Late-night funnyman Jimmy Kimmel really had something to laugh about with the latest ratings numbers. For the week of Nov. 18 — the most recent period that weekly numbers are available for — ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” posted its most-watched week since the show switched over to the 11:35 p.m. timeslot — placing it in direct competition with NBC’s “Tonight Show With Jay Leno” and CBS’s “Late Show With David Letterman — in January. See video: ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’: Mike Tyson Talks Tiger Farts, Cocaine, and Orgy Erections Growing 15 percent in total viewers from week to week, “Jimmy Kimmel Live” averaged. »
- Tim Kenneally
Toronto -- Now Ken Burns has weighed in on Rob Ford. Well, sort of. Late night funnyman David Letterman on Thursday introduced a video later posted to the Late Show with David Letterman YouTube page that he jokingly claimed was put together by the legendary PBS documentarian. The two-minute video features Hollywood celebrities Jennifer Lawrence, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Martha Stewart reciting lines from recent, and now infamous, impromptu press conferences by the Toronto mayor as his Crackergate scandal exploded into worldwide media headlines. "Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine," The Hunger Games: Catching Fire's
- Etan Vlessing
Sky Ferreira has released a new video for the title track of her debut album "Night Time, My Time," and last night played the album's first single, "You’re Not The One," on Late Show with David Letterman. Watch both videos below. The 21-year-old's long-awaited first album diverts from the sound she established on her biggest hit to date, "Everything is Embarrassing," and includes experimental, gothic ballads like "Night Time, My Time." The new video is appropriately creepy, featuring Ferreira wandering through the dark night in different wigs and vintage lingerie. The synth-pop power anthem "You’re Not The One" is much lighter »
- Whitney Phaneuf
Have you heard of this young actress Jennifer Lawrence? Well, she's so good on late-night talk shows that when her castmates are on talk shows, they just talk about her. Here is Josh Hutcherson on The Late Show basically just telling Letterman, "Yep, she's that great." Soon all interviews will be about Jennifer Lawrence and only Jennifer Lawrence will be free to talk about the issues of the day. »
- Jesse David Fox
Poor Josh Hutcherson. The “Hunger Games” star — who plays Peeta Mellark in the mega-hit movie franchise — dropped by “Late Show With David Letterman” on Monday, where the main topic of conversation appeared to be … his co-star, Jennifer Lawrence. Judging by an advance excerpt from Hutcherson’s appearance — who last week told Letterman about the trials of uncontrollable bowel movements — dominated the pair’s conversation without even being there. Also read: ‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire’: What’s Next for Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth? “She’s incredible. I mean, you’ve seen what she’s like,” Hutcherson offered, when asked. »
- Tim Kenneally
Washington, November 23: Jennifer Lawrence went to hospital after being struck down with bad stomach cramps, which was diagnosed as flatulence.
The 23-year-old Oscar winner, who recently cancelled her morning appearances to promote her new movie 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' after she was struck down with bad stomach cramps, was upset left red-faced when doctors diagnosed her with bad gas, Contactmusic reported.
- Ketali Mehta
A least one Late Show fan isn’t happy over the fact that longtime rivals Jay Leno and David Letterman have evidently patched things up. In an appearance set for tonight’s Late Show With David Letterman, Howard Stern expressed his disappointment with the détente and the Tonight Show host’s recent revelation that he and Letterman talk on the phone. “I work for NBC television now and I’m not speaking to Jay Leno,” the radio host and America’s Got Talent judge told Letterman’s audience. “They ask me to go on his show and I say ‘No, he did Dave wrong, I don’t like it’ …I’m fighting the war, I’m still in the jungle. Check out the exchange here: Related: Leno On Letterman: What Beef? (Video) Howard Stern To Return To ‘America’s Got Talent’ »
- DOMINIC PATTEN
Exclusive: Legendary Television has sold its second major broadcast project, this time on the comedy side. The company has teamed with James Lassiter, Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment for a half-hour comedy at Fox, which will star top South African comedian Trevor Noah. The project, inspired by Noah’s comedy and life, is being written by Sameer Gardeezi, who will executive produce along with Leg’s Norm Aladjem and Randy Chalawsky, and Overbrook’s Lassiter and Caleeb Pinkett, brother of Pinkett Smith. Noah will produce. Noah’s comedy draws on his experience growing up in Soweto as the son of a Swiss father and South African mother and reflects his observations on race and ethnicity (check out a clip below). A popular comic on the African continent where he has sold more DVDs than any other stand-up, Noah has been crossing over to the U.S. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Prim and Katniss are just as close in real life as they are in ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire!’ Willow gushed that she and J-Law share as close of a sisterly bond off-screen as their characters do in the film!
Jennifer Lawrence and Willow Shields aren’t just co-stars in one of the most buzzed-about movies of the season — they’re just like sisters in real life! Willow revealed that not only does she bounce acting ideas off of Jennifer, but the two share more personal conversations and advice between one another.
Willow, 13, knows that she is so lucky to have such an involved co-star.
“She’s really like a sister to me,” Willow told E! Online at the Catching Fire premiere in Los Angeles on Nov. »
- Kristine Hope Kowalski
Los Angeles, Nov 22: Actress Jennifer Lawrence, who sought doctor's help after experiencing stomach pain earlier this week, has been diagnosed with bad gas instead of ulcer, which she was suspecting.
The 23-year-old felt unwell few hours before premiere of her new movie "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" here earlier this week, but she was embarrassed when doctors diagnosed her with flatulence, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
"I thought I had an ulcer and it turns out it was a 'falser!' she joked on "Late Show with David Letterman".
"I just had this really bad pain for, like, three weeks, and you can only s**t your. »
- Diksha Singh
After a bevy of photographers screamed at Jen to get her attention on the red carpet for the ‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ premiere in NYC, she responded by yelling, ‘Shut uppppppp’ right back at them! Watch the hilarious viral video here.
Jennifer Lawrence is known for speaking her mind, but this time she decided to scream her mind! Jen broke down and jokingly had a temper tantrum on the red carpet on Nov. 20 after she got overwhelmed by all the yelling. Read on for more details!
Jennifer Lawrence’s Meltdown At ‘Hunger Games’ Premiere — Watch Take Our Poll
Jen, 23, is notorious for kidding around with photographers on the red carpet — remember when she was snapped giving the middle finger to the press after winning an Oscar for Best Actress in February?
This time, J-Law was caught on camera screaming, “Shut uppppppp!” and “No! No! No!” after photogs yelled for her »
NBC continues to be the most popular latenight choice of Americans, with Jay Leno, who’s set to exit “The Tonight Show” in just a couple of months, and Jimmy Fallon, the man who will replace him, both off to their best ratings starts in five years.
The Peacock latenight hosts have opened up considerable distance on their CBS competition and also had no problem topping ABC’s revamped lineup, which has had “Jimmy Kimmel Live” leading into “Nightline” since January.
Leno saw a boost in his final months the first time he was ready to ankle “Tonight” in 2009, but it must be encouraging for NBC to see his replacement come on so strong this fall. In fact, Fallon is now outdrawing David Letterman’s CBS show in young adults even though the latter starts an hour earlier.
Looking at the numbers for the first eight weeks of the television season (Sept. »
- Rick Kissell
With Jennifer Lawrence's latest visit to "The Late Show with David Letterman" as proof, it's easy to see that no two people make for a more bizarre interview combination than the "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" star and Dave.
Lawrence has appeared on "The Late Show" four times now, and each interview gets a bit nuttier than the one that came before it. Her first time out she talked about her deformed tailbone, due in part to her parents being cheap. Over the years she's also discussed how she was a pathological liar as a child, admitted she hates herself while telling people not to see "The Hunger Games," and gone after tabloids for making her butt look bad in photos.
The pinnacle is her newest chat with Dave, where she talks about some medical problems, covers herself up with a big pink blanket, and reveals she pooped her pants. »
Jennifer Lawrence joked that she soiled herself during an appearance on “The Late Show with David Letterman” on Wednesday, but decided to tone down the pants-pooping talk for daytime appearance on Thursday. “I was getting these really bad abdominal pains for like three weeks and I did that thing where I’m like, ‘I’m not going to go to the doctor.’ Then I finally had a day where I was like no I need to get this looked at,” Lawrence said on “Good Morning America” to address a mystery illness that struck during the “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” Los Angeles premiere. »
- Greg Gilman
Jennifer Lawrence was as friendly as ever on CBS's Late Show with David Letterman on Wednesday, but she wasn't particularly warm - until she was handed a big pink blanket to fight off the chill. And soon, she was joined under the comforter by the host himself, who then joked that he wanted the audience to leave immediately. "God, can it be any colder? … It feels like all the windows are open or something," the Oscar winner, 23, said at the beginning of the interview. "Do you ever get so cold that you start sweating? Is that just a gross problem I have? »
- Tim Nudd
Filming Catching Fire in Hawaii sounds like paradise, right? Of course it was, just ask Jennifer Lawrence. "That was awesome, except it feels like work is like impeding on your vacation," the 23-year-old actress said during an appearance on the Late Show With David Letterman on Wednesday, Nov. 20. "I feel like very ungrateful to be at work everyday cause I'm like 'look! We could be there!'" the Oscar winner told David Letterman about shooting the action-adventure thriller in paradise. But the Hunger Games' leading lady did try to get in the beach mood, by having a few tropical beverages, in her trailer, naturally. "I turned into such a monster, I was like »
HollywoodLife.com told you that Jennifer Lawrence canceled TV appearances to check in at the hospital for severe stomach pains before she hit the red carpet — but what was the urgent reason she decided to drop everything and get major medical attention?
True to the actress’ candid way of speaking, she didn’t hold back at all about her bodily ailments!
“I had this really bad pain for three weeks, and you can only s**t your pants so many times before you have to go to the emergency room,” Jen told David Letterman on Nov. »
- Ivy Jacobson
If you thought Jennifer Lawrence would get tired of being awesome in interviews, with so many of them leading up to the Friday release of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," you would be wrong. Even after a trip to the hospital, Jen is in top form. Her version of it, at least.
Lawrence was a guest on "The Late Show with David Letterman," a show where she's given a pretty memorable interview before, when she revealed a medical scare. Lawrence skipped the press line at the Los Angeles premiere of "Catching Fire" Monday (November 18), because she wasn't feeling well.
It turns out things were more serious anyone expected, because Lawrence ended up in the hospital. "I thought I had an ulcer," she tells Dave, "and it turns out it was a fulcer."
Elaborating on her ailment, maybe more than she should, Jen continues, "I had this really bad pain for »
Warning: This will spoil last night's Person of Interest for you if you haven't watched yet. Carry on. Taraji P. Henson hit the Late Show With David Letterman tonight to discuss the shocking death of Detective Joss Carter—whose days, it turns out, were numbered from the beginning! "I knew when I signed on to the project that the character would have a beginning, middle and end," Henson revealed. "Because me, I do more feature films and television is really not my thing...So I thought it would be the perfect venue for me to do a television show and not be stuck for seven years and still be able to do...whatever." Admitting that she knew when she »
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