He deployed a Jurassic Park joke this time.
Jimmy Fallon is great, but as broadcast ratings decline, the network would be stupid to mess with one of the few shows that's not plummeting.
"It's so bad, The Biggest Loser isn't just a TV show anymore ... it's our new motto."
The a capella competition wrapped its third season in 2011.
This really isn't a surprise.
We're getting a Silence of the Lambs vibe.
From Gary Sanchez Productions.
He's signed on to the NBC summer series Crossbones.
All puppets, plus Jason Alexander.
Sources say that they're looking to replace him with Jimmy Fallon.
As the star. Woo!
Everybody forgot to (hate-) watch
As an assistant.
Thirteen hourlong episodes, coming up.
And all of network TV, for that matter.
After just two broadcasts.
Thirty-eight percent better than Liz Lemon.
Old network comeback strategies may not work in today's world.
Brenda Forever, a comedy.
Put a scarf on it: The show's dead.
"No one from last year is gone," says new showrunner Josh Safran.
While Do No Harm sank to a record low premiere.
This new NBC show manages to be nutty and sleazy, but it's still not special enough to stand out.
She signed a new development deal.