Oscar nominated animator/filmmaker Don Hertzfeldt wonders what 'The Simpsons' would look like if it went far, far into the future.
Jennifer Love Hewitt joins the cast of CBS 'Criminal Minds' this season.
Aretha Franklin has just given Adele her seal of approval by covering the British singer's 'Rolling in the Deep'.
George Clooney and human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin are married.
Robert Downey Jr. took to his Facebook page to pen a heartfelt tribute to his late mother Elsie on Friday. She died at the age of 80 early last week.
Two people have been killed and over a dozen others injured after a monster truck spun out of control during a stunt in the Netherlands town of Haaksbergen on Sunday.
Bill Hader impersonates former 'Saturday Night Live' castmembers Fred Armisen, Jason Sudeikis and Kristen Wiig.
Jimmy Fallon started his interview with Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick about their Broadway comedy, 'It's Only a Play', with an "upset" Lane.
In honor of Derek Jeter's retirement, the 'Late Show' shares the New York Yankee's first appearance on the show from November 18, 1996.
In a chat with David Letterman, Ted Danson said he didn't remember much from the night the 'Cheers' series finale aired because he -- like much of the rest of the cast -- we just too drunk.
Jimmy Fallon's President Barack Obama holds a special press conference to comment on his coalition against the terrorist organization ISIL.
Amber Rose is defending herself after filing for divorce from Wiz Khalifa after a year of marriage.
Kim Kardashian received a scare when she was jostled while standing outside her car at a Paris Fashion Week event Thursday.
'Last Week Tonight's John Oliver skewers the Miss America pageant and its claims that the organization provides $45 million in scholarships for women every year.
Chris Pratt and Jimmy Fallon try to have a casual conversation while using the random words they're given, such as Titmouse and Soul Patch.
With reports that the new Apple iPhone 6 is bending and isn't as erect as it should be, Conan recommends trying a rock-hard Samsung device instead.
This weeks edition of 'Unnecessary Censorship' includes President Obama on following Matt Damon, Dr. Phil, Sofia Vergara, advice for Rachel Ray and Dora the Explorer.
NBA MVP Kevin Durant tells Jimmy Fallon that he plays NBA 2K15 as LeBron James.
Jerry Seinfeld performs some of his new material during a stand-up performance on the 'Late Show'.
After Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino found himself in trouble with the IRS for tax fraud, Jimmy Kimmel finds newscasters loved reporting that the Situation star found himself in a situation.
Wayne Gretzky's daughter is expecting her first child with fiance and pro golfer Dustin Johnson.
ESPN has suspended Bill Simmons for three weeks over a tirade in which he called NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell a liar after his recent press conference.
Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino has been charged with tax evasion in New Jersey for not paying his due on nearly $9 million earned.
Fox's upcoming 'Simpsons' and 'Family Guy' crossover episode airs this Sunday but the episode is already being criticized for a joke with punch line about rape.
Leslie Bibb loves the Burning Man but has some trouble explaining the sights she saw at the festival until Andy Richter steps in.
Eric Stonestreet has been scared by Ellen DeGeneres enough times that he came prepared with a couple of bodyguards on this occasion.
Patrick Dempsey reacts to seeing knitted versions of himself, which is apparently one woman's passion.
Jimmy Fallon and Andy Samberg try to summarize movie plots in seconds to have each other guess the title.
Kelly Ripa measures Michael Strahan's tongue to see how it measures up to the Guinness World Record holder.
HBO has announced that Vince Vaughn and Colin Farrell will star in the upcoming second season of 'True Detective'.
Paula Deen returned to the 'Today' show on Tuesday, more than a year after an interview that backfired in which she insisted she wasn't racist and didn't know that the N-word was offensive.
Miss America Kira Kazantsev has admitted that she was forced out of a sorority over a letter in which she made light of hazing.
Beyonce has always been private about her pregnancy with daughter Blue Ivy Carter.
Seth Meyers recognizes the oddity of launching an attack to ISIS in Syria and wonders about the United Sates' plan to fight the group by arming moderate rebels.
Breckin Meyer tells Conan O'Brien that he was so much into vampire culture in his teenage years that from ages 15 through 18, he slept in a homemade coffin.
Conan O'Brien imagines more versions of Blake Shelton's finger pointing Pizza Hut ad -- including one for a cat proctologist.
In talking about a true story about a Michigan man having surgery to treat his inflamed scrotum, Jimmy Fallon weighs the good and bad of getting a 100-pound scrotum removed.
With the premiere of Batman prequel series 'Gotham' this week, David Letterman runs down the "Top Ten Signs Your Kid Is Batman."
Sarah Silverman isn't just denying rumors of an engagement to Michael Sheen, the comedian is making it clear she never plans to get married.
Charlie Sheen is interested in returning to 'Two and a Half Men' for its final season.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is in talks to play Edward Snowden in Oliver Stone's upcoming film about the NSA whistleblower.
Meagan Good says she's as surprised as anyone after nude photos of her surfaced online.
In an appearance with Seth Meyers on 'Late Night', Ana Gasteyer "apologizes" to Martha Stewart for impersonating the lifestyle media mogul.
John Oliver mocks NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's press conference where he spoke about the league's recent controversies for 45 minutes without really saying anything.
Animal expert 'Jungle' Jack Hanna tells David Letterman that he's got good news and bad news.
To mark the 10th anniversary of 'Lost' and Oceanic Flight 815 crashing on the island, Jimmy Kimmel has a brief chat with Malcolm David Kelley who played 'Walt' on the drama.
Charlo Greene, a reporter for Alaska TV station KTVA, quit her job live on the air to promote medical marijuana.
'Fashion Police' will continue without Joan Rivers after much deliberation and Melissa Rivers' blessing.
CBS has given a series commitment to a Supergirl television series from 'Arrow's Greg Brelanti.
Tea Leoni talks about her divorce from David Duchovny in the latest issue of Parade magazine.
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