Craig Ferguson uses famous TV twist endings to say goodbye to 'Late Late Show'

Craig Ferguson uses famous TV twist endings to say goodbye to 'Late Late Show'

Watch Darlene Love’s final 'Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)' Letterman performance

Craig Ferguson uses famous TV twist endings to say goodbye to “Late Late Show"
Ferguson went back to his Mr. Wick character from “The Drew Carey Show” as the final episode paid homage to the endings of “Newhart,” “St. Elsewhere” and “The Sopranos.”


Watch Darlene Love’s final "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” Letterman performance
Compare to her 1st Letterman performance from 1986.


What was Ken Jeong doing on the set of “Glee”?
The “Community” star was spotted on set with Chord Overstreet and Harry Shum Jr.


Kristen Bell & Dax Shepard welcome a 2nd daughter
Delta Bell joins older sister Lincoln.

A sense of cerebral silliness filled Craig Ferguson’s 'Late Late Show'
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A sense of cerebral silliness filled Craig Ferguson’s 'Late Late Show'

Coming to TLC: 'My Husband’s Not Gay'

A sense of cerebral silliness filled Craig Ferguson’s “Late Late Show”
"Over its 2,000-plus episodes,  Ferguson’s 'Late Late Show' became the sort of had-to-be-there joke that remained grateful to any newcomers who wanted to be there too,” says Hank Stuever, a one-time Ferguson guest. "Ratings stayed consistent at around a million-and-a-half viewers each night. Loyal fans were particularly devoted (for evidence of this, look no further than the show’s meticulously and lovingly tended Wikipedia page). Even if Ferguson wasn’t your particular cup of tea, it was impossible not to pick up on the show’s sense of cerebral silliness and joy. Starlets and accomplished actresses were often like putty in his hands. His male guests would frequently turn giddy. Writers almost always wound up talking about something besides their new book.” PLUS: Ferguson’s “Late Late” was its own unique beast, no other talk show host had this level of intimacy with his viewers, Ferguson and Stephen Colbert shared a lot in common, Ferguson was one fan’s sober guiding light, watch a montage of Craig's monologues, the best of Kristen Bell, Ferguson’s most-memorable moments, Ferguson had the ability to combine heart with humor, Ferguson was the best interviewer and loved anarchy, and he’ll be remembered for his storytelling, curiosity, physicality and attraction to risk.


New “Amazing Race” twist: Blind date couples
Next season will be composed of all dating couples, five of whom are on blind dates. PLUS: Former New Kid on the Block Jonathan Knight will compete with his boyfriend next season.


Coming to TLC: “My Husband’s Not Gay”
The January special focuses on four Mormon men who are attracted to other guys, even though three of them are married to women.


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David Schwimmer to play Robert Kardashian in FX’s O.J. Simpson miniseries
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David Schwimmer to play Robert Kardashian in FX’s O.J. Simpson miniseries

'The Colbert Report' ends on a series high

David Schwimmer to play Robert Kardashian in FX’s O.J. Simpson miniseries
The former “Friends” star has signed on as Kim Kardashian’s dad and O.J.’s confidante in Ryan Murphy’s "American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson."


“The Colbert Report” ends on a series high
About 2.5 million watched last night’s finale, more than double the previous Thursday’s episode.

Sarah Jessica Parker is poised for an HBO comeback in a 'Divorce' comedy
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Sarah Jessica Parker is poised for an HBO comeback in a 'Divorce' comedy

Sarah Jessica Parker is poised for an HBO comeback in a “Divorce” comedy
Parker is closing in on a deal that would have her play one half of a couple going through a very long divorce. The project is from British “Pulling” creator Sharon Horgan. Parker was last on HBO nearly 11 years ago, when “Sex and the City” ended in February 2004.

'Hannibal' recasts Michael Pitt’s role
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'Hannibal' recasts Michael Pitt’s role

Facebook teams with HLN for a TV pilot

“Hannibal” recasts Michael Pitt’s role
Pitt has opted not to return as meat-packing magnate Mason Verger for Season 3, according to TV Line. So he’ll be replaced by actor Joe Anderson.


Facebook teams with HLN for a TV pilot
Details of the partnership are sketchy, but the pilot will make use of the popular social network without being “The Facebook Show.”


The Lucas Brothers to star in a Fox sitcom based on their lives
“22 Jump Street” stars Keith and Kenny Lucas, who already have a connection with Fox via their ADHD series "Lucas Bros. Moving Co.,” will play siblings who dropped out of law school to pursue their dreams.


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USA orders 'timely and relevant' hacker thriller 'Mr. Robot' starring Christian Slater
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USA orders 'timely and relevant' hacker thriller 'Mr. Robot' starring Christian Slater

Check out Vince Vaughn on the 'True Detective' set

USA orders “timely and relevant” hacker thriller “Mr. Robot” starring Christian Slater
“Mr. Robot could not be more timely and relevant,” says USA president Chris McCumber. “The creative team behind this series has done a brilliant job, taking viewers on a wild ride that leaves them wanting more.  Malek gives a masterful performance as a hacker and unlikely hero, alongside Christian, who is perfectly cast.”


Check out Vince Vaughn on the “True Detective” set
He’s playing Frank Semyon, a career criminal, on Season 2 of the HBO series.


VH1 is sticking with “Sorority Sisters” despite the backlash
VH1 says it won’t change the black sorority sister reality show because it “seems to be connecting with its audience."


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Craig Ferguson says on his final 'Late Late Show': 'I wanted to make this clear, I'm not retiring'
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Craig Ferguson says on his final 'Late Late Show': 'I wanted to make this clear, I'm not retiring'

Why 'The Colbert Report’s' finale was a cop-out

Craig Ferguson says on his final “Late Late Show”: "I wanted to make this clear, I'm not retiring”
Read spoilers from tonight’s “Late Late Show” finale, in which Ferguson alludes to reports that he’ll be back with a new early evening syndicated talk show featuring his “Late Late” sidekicks.


Why “The Colbert Report’s” finale was a cop-out
The celeb-filled finale, says Megan Garber, "was the star-gazing stuff that is so extremely typical of most late-night television: Look at all those celebrities! On one stage! Singing! You could read all that as Colbert bidding a fond farewell to irony as he leaves Comedy Central for the warm embrace of network TV. But it's hard not to note how starkly it contrasts with the thousands of episodes of ‘Colbert' that preceded it.” PLUS: Of course “Colbert” wasn’t going to die.


Revamped “Mythbusters” has "a new look, a new vibe, and it’s become more educational again”
Exec producer Dan Tapster and Adam Savage discuss the changes to the Discovery Channel series now that Grant Imahara, Kari Byron and Tory Belleci are gone. And Savage confirms that he and Jamie Hyneman — "we’re not friends.”


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Stephen Colbert’s star-studded final 'Report': Smart, surreal, sly, sincere
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Stephen Colbert’s star-studded final 'Report': Smart, surreal, sly, sincere

Craig Ferguson is having a celeb-filled goodbye, too

Stephen Colbert’s star-studded final “Report”: Smart, surreal, sly, sincere
Colbert sent his TV character off into TV eternity with a finale that was "both a sweet ending and a perfect summation of the show’s spirit,” says James Poniewozik, who adds: "The finale nodded to the massive creation that Colbert wrought over nine years, and — as he flew off with Santa, a unicorn Abraham Lincoln, and Alex Trebek — promised something different to come.” PLUS: Watch the final 10 minutes of “The Colbert Report,” Keith Olbermann offers behind-the-scenes pics, here’s a list of the celebrity cameos, celebs tried to stay out of James Franco’s line of fire, and how the closing credits song reminded Colbert of the tragedy that killed his father and two brothers.


Craig Ferguson is having a celeb-filled goodbye, too
CBS’ “Late Late Show” website lists all the celebrity cameos you’ll see on tonight’s Ferguson finale, which was taped yesterday.


Why “White Collar” changed the series finale ending
Creator Jeff Eastin always had a different vision of how his USA series would end.


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'Parenthood' reveals end date, finale title
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'Parenthood' reveals end date, finale title

Watch 'The Cosby Show' with Bill Cosby blurred out

“Parenthood” reveals end date, finale title
Airing Jan. 29, the final episode will be called “May God Bless and Keep You Always,” the first line from “Parenthood’s” theme “Forever Young” performed by Bob Dylan.


Watch “The Cosby Show” with Bill Cosby blurred out
The Onion’s Clickhole has found a way of enjoying “The Cosby Show” without feeling weird.


HBO developing a comedy pilot about ‘80s music video crew members, from David Fincher
“Living on Noise” will focus on the early days of music videos, with Fincher aboard as executive producer and director of the pilot.


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Check out Neil Patrick Harris on 'American Horror Story'
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Check out Neil Patrick Harris on 'American Horror Story'

Pinocchio returning to 'Once Upon a Time'

Check out Neil Patrick Harris on “American Horror Story”
On "Freak Show," Harris plays his specialty: a magician.


Pinocchio returning to “Once Upon a Time”
Eion Bailey reprises his role in the 2nd half of this season.


Watch Amy Adams’ flirt with One Direction in new “SNL” promos
Should the boy band put her down?


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