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Reports suggest Fox is looking to pay significantly more than the $450 million currents rights holders CBS and NBC are paying. Fox Broadcasting is inching closer to securing rights to the NFL’s Thursday Night Football package of games.  The Wall Street Journal published a report on Tuesday night that said Fox was nearing a deal
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Courtesy of NBC Set to make her hosting debut on Saturday Night Live this week, Jessica Chastain stopped by The Tonight Show, where she and Fallon played a game in which they read short scenes, but swapped gender roles as a way to acknowledge the purpose of the Time’s Up initiative.  The first film scene was
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“Despite all evidence, Donald Trump does have a heart.” Late-night hosts across the dial teed off on President Donald Trump’s physical exam on Tuesday. White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson, who conducted the exam, reported that he “found no reason whatsoever to think the president has any issues whatsoever with his thought processes” and that
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What began with Weinstein quickly became a reckoning for many powerful figures in media. From Kevin Spacey to Matt Lauer to Charlie Rose to Sen. Al Franken to Senate candidate Roy Moore, hosts tackled the allegations night after night. On certain occasions, breaking news affected the guest lineups of the late night shows, as was
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Courtesy of NBC The late-night shows taped Tuesday’s shows before the results of last night’s Alabama Senate race, but that didn’t stop the hosts from talking about Doug Jones’ win over Republican Roy Moore on Wednesday. Everyone from Jimmy Fallon to Stephen Colbert had something to say about Moore’s loss, which was aided by the
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“The only thing that should slow your internet speed is the number of people also sitting at Starbucks working on their screenplays.” The Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal net neutrality protections on Thursday, and late-night television had a lot to say about it. “Uh, anybody here use the internet?” The Late Show‘s Stephen Colbert
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Courtesy of NBC Late-night hosts addressed the sexual harassment claim, and subsequent coming out as a gay man, made against Kevin Spacey throughout segments and monologues this week. In a segment called “Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That,” Trevor Noah was quick to joke about the backlash following Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp’s accusation
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