CBS, moving quickly to fill a looming hole in its entertainment lineup, named Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert as David Letterman’s late-night replacement.
NBC expects to be back in the No. 1 spot when the television season finishes, ending a decade-long drought in the ratings game.
David Letterman’s retirement from CBS next year may open the door for a woman to take over one of TV’s iconic late-night talk shows for the first time.
Jay Leno’s farewell telecast on “The Tonight Show” drew 14.6 million viewers, his biggest audience in more than 15 years.
House Speaker John Boehner called Russia’s President Vladimir Putin “a thug” and urged the Obama administration to do more to safeguard the interests of the U.S. and its allies in Europe.
This is part of a continuing dialogue between Ramesh Ponnuru and Margaret Carlson about the presidential campaign.
“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” attracted 11.3 million viewers in its debut on the NBC network last night, drawing about five times the audience of the new host’s competitors with the Olympics as a lead-in.
Comcast Corp.’s NBC Universal eliminated about 20 positions from “The Tonight Show” and host Jay Leno took a salary cut, a person familiar with the moves said.
"This has been the greatest 22 years of my life."
- Jay Leno on Feb 07, 2014