Craig Ferguson to Host a History Talk Show
History channel’s Join or Die With Craig Ferguson will feature the former Late Late Show host debating historical topics with a panel of guests, including celebrities and historians. The show has been picked up for 16 half-hour episodes.
The three hour-plus debate was also the longest on record.
Of tonight’s one-hour special, Brian Lowry writes: “Anyone who has followed the Bill Cosby sexual-assault allegations must feel as if there’s not much more to learn, amid a steady drip of women who have come forward, culminating with the 35 featured in New York magazine. Still, it’s bracing to see the accusers — more than a dozen of them — calmly tell their stories on camera.”
Still, Howard Stern’s final episode was the highest-rated show of the night in the 18-49 demo.
He’ll play the older brother of Glen Powell’s frat bro character.
Barry Kemp hadn’t considered bringing back Coach when NBC called him last November. “Revisiting a show 20 years later was not on my radar,” says Kemp. “Seriously? And then I couldn’t stop thinking about it.” Ultimately, however, “creative differences” led to NBC deciding to give up on the Coach revival.
“Everything has changed” in the new promo.
Check out cast photos taken in NYC.
What is Idris Elba’s detective character doing?
The SNL joke made its way last night to Final Jeopardy.