NBC taps Andy Cohen to Host a Live ‘Hollywood Game Night’ on New Year’s Eve
NBC’s New Year’s Eve Game Night With Andy Cohen will air at 10 pm, taking over the timeslot previously held by the primetime portion of Carson Daly’s New Year’s Eve show. Cohen is filling in for Jane Lynch, who had other commitments on New Year’s Eve.
The Fox sketch comedy series, which ended in 2009 after 14 seasons, is being revived for one night only on Jan. 12 with alums including Keegan-Michael Key, Artie Lange, Ike Barinholtz, Nicole Sullivan, Bobby Lee, Will Sasso and Nicole Parker.
In an interview with People magazine, the first couple revealed their favorite pop-culture of 2015.
They’ll return for a sixth and third season, respectively.
Watch a brief “super vague” clip of Elizabeth shooting a gun. PLUS: Do the San Bernardino shooters sound like they’re straight out of The Americans?
A new promo also shows Fred Armisen as Jess.
Disney Channel’s The Lion King sequel The Lion Guard gets a premiere date — watch the opening credits
Premiering, Jan. 15, The Lion Guard will educate preschoolers, particularly by teaching them Swahili words.
She’ll reprise her role as psychic Billie Dean Howard in the season finale of American Horror Story: Hotel.
Nine Kimmel staffers, including Kimmel’s wife Molly McNearney, have welcomed babies in the past 18 months.
He’ll co-star on David E. Kelley’s Big Little Lies, the limited series that recently cast Shailene Woodley.
The aspirational reality show will have four people close to one another draw names and randomly write letters to their selected person, who is then tasked with following the letter’s instructions.
The actor yesterday posted a photo of a bandage on his face, thanking a doctor “for taking the cancer out of my face.”
He’ll serve as a guest writer on the reboot.
The Shawn Ryan dark comedy, based on the British series, follows the reunion of four friends in their 40s. Mad Dogs stars Steve Zahn, Michael Imperioli, Billy Zane Romany Malco and Ben Chaplin.
The Peanuts special is, as Vox notes, one of the “few overtly Christian programs that still airs annually on American broadcast television.”