Audiences remain loyal to Jay Leno, last week choosing his repeats of “The Tonight Show” on NBC over mostly original episodes of ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Kimmel had beaten Leno head-to-head three…
The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson
The "Doctor Who" 50th anniversary panel was certainly not for the unindoctrinated.
He’s a little more than six months away from passing the “Tonight Show” baton — again — but Jay Leno is very much still on his game ratings-wise. In Nielsen numbers for the second quarter of this…
It’ll be a great day for Canada: Craig Ferguson is to receive the Banff Festival's Peter Ustinov Comedy Award. Ferguson, host of CBS' "The Late Late Show," will take part in a one-on-one sesh at the…
Josh Robert Thompson has joined Jed Rigney’s indie romantic comedy “Nowhere Girl” opposite Jennifer Aspen. Producers are Justin Workman, Chrystina Myers and Steffanie Siebrand. Filming began Monday…
The Jay Leno siren song has sounded so often over the last few years it seems more popular than a Taylor Swift single. But who's calling the tune this time? If NBC is indeed gearing up for a new…
Latenight's front men collaborate with their producers to capitalize on funny business
From eulogizing his parents in front of millions to refusing to make fun of Britney Spears, here are some of Ferguson's most worthy episodes.
Longtime "Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson" staffer Michael Naidus has been tapped to be the gabfest's day-to-day showrunner.
Latenight talker Craig Ferguson is taking his act to the page. Ferguson has inked a deal with HarperCollins to write his memoirs. "American on Purpose" is set to be published in fall 2009.
With all the middle-aged neuroses in latenight, Craig Ferguson brings a sprightly, almost elfin presence to the scene. Somewhat offsetting those good vibrations, alas, is the fact that the show…
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