NBC Is Working on a Cruel Intentions TV series
The 1999 film starring Ryan Phillippe, Reese Witherspoon and Sarah Michelle Gellar is being updated for as a follow-up TV series. Itâ€™ll tell the story of Bash Casey, the son of Witherspoon and Phillippeâ€™s characters. Cruel Intentions was recently turned into an â€śUnauthorized Musical Parody."
Rock is reuniting with one of his Everybody Hates Chris producers for his return to the Academy Awards hosting after 11 years.
"They said he has a major political commitment, but he did want me to relay the message to you that if he had been here he would have been great,â€ť Kimmel said in his opening monologue. PLUS: Kimmel and Tracy Morgan visited the Bronx Zoo, and Kimmel to celebrate Back to the Future Day with Michael J. Fox on tonight's show.
Itâ€™s Your 50th Christmas, Charlie Brown will precede this yearâ€™s annual airing of the beloved Christmas special.
"A long time ago we used to be friends,â€ť said Liv on last nightâ€™s episode, acknowledging Rob Thomasâ€™ previous series.
Read an excerpt from Almost Interesting: A Memoir, in which Spade recalls turning to his and Murphyâ€™s friend, Chris Rock, after telling a â€śdumb jokeâ€ť about Cosbyâ€™s career during aÂ Hollywood Minute segment.
Watch how Conan Oâ€™Brien filled time after the Heroes Reborn star missed his flight from Toronto.
Shaffer, who returns to late-night TV on Thursday when he sits with Jimmy Kimmelâ€™s band, got Letterman to attend a childrenâ€™s charity rock benefit show. (Watch Letterman's remarks.)
Coleman left Doctor Who to play the second-longest-serving British monarch in an eight-part ITV miniseries.
Simon, however, did not play any historical characters.
In the comedy he co-created with Louis CK, Galifianakis plays Chip Baskets, an aspiring clown.