Jon Stewart and David Letterman are Emerging from Retirement to Entertain the Troops
President Obama is expected to attend and Judd Apatow will also be part of a USO comedy show the former Daily Show host is emceeing next week at Andrews Air Force Base. This will be Stewart’s second USO performance in a month, while the event will mark a rare public appearance for Letterman, who’s coming up on his one-year anniversary of his final Late Show.
That dinner, in which President Obama and Seth Meyers famously roasted the then-Celebrity Apprentice host, has been credited for sparking Trump’s presidential ambitions. The Washington Post, which invited Trump to the dinner, offers its own version of that night’s events. “It’s such a false narrative,” Trump tells the paper. “I had a phenomenal time. I had a great evening.”
James Corden posted a pic teasing his next viral video, featuring both of the pop stars.
Nat Geo orders its first scripted series: Genius, directed by Ron Howard, to tackle Albert Einstein’s life
Each season of the anthology series will focus on the life of a different innovator.
In fact, one of Core Media Group’s biggest creditors is Idol creator Simon Fuller, who’s owed $3.3 million.
Drew Barrymore to lend her voice to NBC dating reality show First Dates
She’ll serve as narrator for the Ellen DeGeneres-produced dating reality show.
One critic says it’s becoming harder for Schumer to satirize the A-list lifestyle on Inside Amy Schumer. PLUS: Inside Amy skewers the gun control debate.
“What do I mean by this?” explains Sheila Weller. “There’s a long history of women, from serious entertainers to reality stars to political candidates, being called lightweights, divas, tantrum-throwers, sluts, bimbos, or annoyingly treacly goody-goods—and then upending the worst of their bad press with a Rocky Balboa-like up-from-under victory: a riposte of any length that displays humility, wit, honesty—any one or more of these—that puts the insulting party in his or her place and makes you think anything from ‘Great comeback!’ to ‘I never thought I’d say this, but…I like her.’”
He’ll co-star with Hader and Henry Winkler in the comedy about a low-rent hitman, playing the lawyer who arranges Barry’s hits.
This mashup of the Democratic presidential candidate’s head superimposed over Jason Alexander’s body might give you nightmares. PLUS: Check out the Seinfeld Universe Chart About Nothing.
Huang’s World, a travel and cooking show, makes no mention of the ABC show he’s estranged from.
Co-creator Robert Carlock and his writers detail the stories behind each episodes best jokes.
On YouTube Red’s Single by 30, Shum will play one of two high school best friends who promised each other they’d get married if they were both single at age 30.
Confusion started when a rep for Master of None star Eric Wareheim’s JASH comedy collective said that the video romp through Italy was made the official video.