There's no doubt about it: The succession plan for "The Tonight Show," which will see Jimmy Fallon succeed Jay Leno and the show move from Burbank to Manhattan, is a blow to the Los Angeles region…
The Jay Leno Show
Leno is being too modest when he says the phone's not ringing -- because it will -- or that he'll be content to just hit the road as a comedian, because based on his history, he won't.
NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke has calmed the waters in NBC latenight, brokering a deal for Jimmy Fallon to take the reins of “The Tonight Show” from Jay Leno following NBC’s coverage of the 2014…
Not to tell NBC its business, but here’s some free advice to use the next time someone runs one of those quarterly stories saying the network is thinking about succession plans for Jay Leno. Issue…
While Jay Leno returns to "The Tonight Show" next month, his on-air support team is undergoing a change.
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