Scoops have become as important as jokes to competitive late-night TV shows.
Late night got partisan. The competition found its groove. And now “The Tonight Show” host is looking for all the luck he can get.
Ajit Pai said in a radio interview that his agency would determine if a joke told by the CBS late-night host warranted further action.
Comedy Central, looking to fill the 11:30 p.m. time slot open since it canceled Larry Wilmore’s show, turns to a Trevor Noah regular.
The musician, who played sidekick to David Letterman for decades, is releasing a new album full of 1960s-era rock and soul music.
Post-“S.N.L.,” Mr. Killam is ready to become the perfectly blustery British monarch on Broadway.
Mr. Obama has appeared on several talk shows in recent weeks, something that has provided insights about him and about the sensibilities of these shows.