Plus: Ed Harris! Tia Carrere!
Kanye West somehow turned the first-ever episode of 'The Jay Leno Show' into raw, compelling television.
Good thing Ford is sponsoring Jay's show and not GM!
"Selma Blair had two minutes to go around the track twice. She made it in 58 seconds ... that felt like an hour."
"I feel like I'm floating off the ground, but I'm still myself."
Owing to her ongoing treatment for breast cancer, Maura Tierney has been forced to leave NBC's upcoming dramedy 'Parenthood.'
Plus: James Cameron! Antony Yelchin! Barry Manilow!
Plus: Jerry Bruckheimer! Michael Ondaatje! Papa Roach!
Jay views himself as the good guy, but many people are rooting for him to fail.
The two sort of got into it on the 'Tonight Show' last night.
The new, Ben Silverman–less NBC has settled on the slogan with which it will promote its fall lineup.
They're bumping its premiere to October 23, from September 25.
This detail has already been made public by the show's producers, but we'll leave the decision up to you as to whether you'd like to learn more.
Want to see a video featuring Leno and Fred Armisen accidentally killing a guy with their car and then fleeing the scene before cops arrive? Click here anyway!
MacFarlane takes to YouTube to make the case that 'Family Guy' is more deserving of an Emmy than 'The Office.'
Plus: Kiss returns!
'Nightline' has drawn more viewers than the 'Tonight Show' for seven consecutive weeks.
We're guessing Hamm never saw 'The Cell.'
Don't forget to Alt-Tab!
Fox's entertainment president thinks he's pretty funny.
Jay-Z, Kanye, and Rihanna will perform "Run This Town" on the September 14 premiere of Jay Leno's NBC prime-time show.
Another day, another milestone.
Leno: "You can see who is faster, Shaquille O'Neal or Cameron Diaz."