The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon will air live from Universal Orlando Resort – with a parade of stars including Vin Diesel, Shaquille O’Neal, Pitbull, Blake Shelton, Scott Eastwood, Dwayne Johnson, Nicole Richie, Flo Rida, Jay Leno and Jason Derulo – as they celebrate the opening of Jimmy’s new signature ride, Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Jay Leno is back – with his other passion: cars. Jay Leno’s Garage is an eight-episode one-hour primetime series showcasing all things automotive: classic cars, super cars, restoration projects, road tests, investments and the inner working of car collectors’ market.
Guest appearances include Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, and Tim Allen; award-winning director Francis Ford Coppola; Los Angeles Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson; comedian Jeff Dunham; and six-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson.
Jay Leno’s Garage premieres on Wednesday, October 7th (10/9C). For more, follow the jump.
NBC has signed Jim Parsons to voice Buddy in Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas. The one-hour stop-action animated special finds Buddy traveling to New York city in search of the father he never knew he had. Along the way, he brings the magic of Christmas to everyone he encounters.
The cast also include, among others: Ed Asner, Kate Micucci, Mark Hamill, Jay Leno and Fred Armisen. Elf: Buddy’ Musical Christmas premieres on Tuesday, December 16th (8/7C).
Once again, NBC has decided to go younger with The Tonight Show, so once again, Jay Leno’s final week as host brings out the big guns.Guests for Jay’s final week include Jimmy Fallon, Betty White, Matthew McConaughey, Sandra Bullock, Blake Shelton, Garth Brooks and several more surprises. One guest who won’t be a surprise, though, is Billy Crystal.
Crystal was Leno’s first guest when he took over The Tonight Show and he will will help Leno close out his run on his last show. For more, check out the press release after the jump.
This is pretty juicy stuff: NBC’s New Fall Sweeps is giving fans a chance to win the trip of a lifetime! RIGHT NOW through June 13th, fans can enter to win a trip for two to Los Angeles to attend one of the final tapings of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and a trip for two to New York City to attend one of the premiere tapings of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon!
Follow the jump for details.
It’s done deal – Jay Leno will turn the reins on the Tonight Show to Jimmy Fallon in the spring of 2014. Leno leaves, like Johnny Carson, while the show is on top, ratings-wise.
Check out the official press release following the jump.
Jay Leno slams NBC in Monologue saying no one is happy with this decision, that NBC wanted a bunch of Drama at 10 pm and they got it and he’s leaving prime time the same way he found it – a disaster.
Jay Leno’s prime-time career on NBC will end on Feb. 12. Whether Conan O’Brien’s late-night career with the network will also be ending next month remains to be seen.
Ok, I don’t buy it. Kanye was on Jay Leno’s new show last night and he broke down when Jay asked him what Kanye’s mother would have thought about is behavior at the VMAs. The moment felt staged to me. I’ve always really liked Kanye – until he decided to become a “singer.” He’s not afraid to speak his mind, his interrupting Taylor Swift’s moment at the VMAs was classless, but now it seems like useless piling on. Let it go people. Here’s the clip from Jay Leno and after the break you can see some more highlights from Leno’s premiere show. I don’t keep up with today’s music any more, do they even show music videos, anywhere? I know they don’t on MTV so the very idea they have a Video Music Awards show is laughable. Anyway, I digress, was Beyonce’s video that good?
I’ve always hated Jay Leno, never watched more than the few seconds they show on the morning news. But here’s a good clip, it’s
Spinal Tap! A really old Spinal Tap.
Since we’re now part of NBC’s little exclusive Digital Network Club, we’re getting a ton of material from them. One of them will be lots of Jay Leno clips. Personally, I hate Leno – and all late night talk shows, but I know a lot of folks do like it, so here’s your daily dose of the Chin. This clip features Arnold Schwarzenegger addressing the Prop 8 ruling