Craig Ferguson doesn’t have a band. That’s been a long-running joke of The Late Late Show—he didn’t have a lot of things that most late-night talk shows have. It’s why, among other things, his sidekick is a talking robot skeleton. But on Friday night, Ferguson began his final show with the biggest band of all: A montage of nearly 50 celebrities, all former guests on his show—from Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu to Quentin… Continue reading ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ finale recap: Keep bangin’ on
Halloween is nearly upon us, and that means you only have a few more days to ponder the ways in which you can turn up the geekery to 11 this year.
Whether you’re suiting up to shake down your neighbors for candy, attending a party, or simply want to impress the kids who knock on your door, a good costume is… Continue reading The Geek Beat: Costume Ideas to Keep Things Geeky This Halloween
Ahead of CSI‘s Sept. 28 season premiere (10 p.m. ET on CBS), Ted Danson joined EW’s Kyle Anderson for a SiriusXM Town Hall to talk about his lengthy career. Listen to two highlights below.
In the first clip, after an audience member asks him about being mocked on Seinfeld (he has neither as much money as George Costanza thought he had, nor a plane), Danson reveals the secret to comedy: “I’ve discovered… Continue reading Ted Danson explains the secret to comedy, why actors keep working
While industry execs have said Katherine Heigl is “difficult” and “not worth working with,” the nightmare actress managed to land a starring role in a new drama series that was just picked up by NBC, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned.
Just when it looked like Heigl, 35, had torpedoed her own career, the mother of two got a second chance playing CIA agent Charlie Tucker… Continue reading Hollywood’s Most-Hated Actress Gets Another Chance: Katherine Heigl’s New Series Picked Up By NBC, Will She Keep Up The Diva Antics?