Jimmy Fallon undergoes hand surgery, cancels ‘Tonight Show’ taping
Tonight’s edition of The Tonight Show has been canceled after Fallon underwent minor hand surgery this morning. Fallon injured his hand at his Manhattan apartment, his rep tells Fox News. The Tonight Show’s Twitter account tweeted: “Hey guys – unfortunately tonight’s taping has been cancelled due to Jimmy injuring his hand. He’s totally fine but we’ll be airing a repeat.”
Shortly after today’s ruling, the Game of Thrones Twitter account tweeted an image of Renley Baratheon, accompanied by the message: “Be proud.”
The Trial would mark Costner’s first regular TV series role, which would come after starring in History channel’s miniseries Hatfield & McCoys. Costner would play a “reputable-lawyer-turned-alcoholic who’s fired from the high-profile firm he co-founded.”
As The Daily Beast reports, the Fox Jack Bauer series “is ubiquitous in eastern Congo. Reruns of 24 air on the restaurant televisions not playing soccer matches. On the streets, murals of Kiefer Sutherland cover movie store facades. And the series’ terrorist-fighting protagonist, hellbent on halting plots to destroy his country, has spawned countless local imitators.”
“I think the thing that’s important to remember is that sadly, first and foremost, it’s a story that we’re telling that is make-believe—that is based in a fantastical world,” she says. “So, whilst there is a political commentary that people can take from the show because that is everyone’s right to do so, I think not taking it too seriously is kind of the key here. So yeah, that’s kind of what I think, basically.”
Amazing Racers joined Jeff Weldon and Jackie Ibarra as part of the first “BB Takeover” twist of the summer.
ABC’s miniseries Madoff follows the rise and fall on notorious investment banker Bernie Madoff and his wife Ruth.
In their Late Night Really!?! segment, this week Seth and Amy said “nobody gets Fox Sports 1.” But Fox Sports 1 had two of its hosts point out that their “secondary network” gets better ratings than Late Night with Seth Meyers.
The president invited the famed naturalist for an interview that will also be broadcast on the BBC.
Dome was down 34% from last season’s premiere, while Rookie blue fell 37%.
Creator Jeff Eastin says, “the way it’ll ultimately play out over the season was something I was much more excited about.”
Miller’s appearance on Fox’s Detroit affiliate included a water fight.
A life-sized display of Scooby and the gang plus the Mystery Machine will be displayed at Comic-Con to promote the upcoming Scooby Lego set.