Seth Meyers, who joined 'SNL' in 2001, is not leaving -- yet
Seth Meyers, who joined "SNL" in 2001, is not leaving -- yet
The future "Late Night" host tweeted this afternoon: "For those asking, tomorrow is not my last SNL. I have a few more in me."
A&E had a publicist monitor Phil Robertson's GQ interview, but he slipped out on an ATV ride with reporter
According to TMZ, it was during that time away from the publicist that the GQ reporter got the "Duck Dynasty" star's controversial thoughts on race and gays. UPDATE: GQ editor says: "PR rep was there the entire time."
"Katie" is going live to save money -- Katie Couric's talk show tapings often ran long
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Couric's talk show would sometimes tape twice as long as the allotted time, which resulted in a lot of work editing down the shows to one hour.
"Chicago PD" cuts 2 actors, including Clint Eastwood's son
Scott Eastwood and Tania Raymonde are exiting the "Chicago Fire" spinoff.
"House of Lies" books Fred Armisen and Balthazar Getty
Armisen will play a neurotic company owner, while Getty has been cast as a wealthy hedge fund manager who has a history with Eliza Coupe.
Anna Gunn gets a new TV hubby: Josh Hamilton
The "Breaking Bad" alum will be joined by Hamilton on Fox's "Gracepoint."
"Better Call Saul" adds 2 "Breaking Bad" writers
Thomas Schnauz and Gennifer Hutchison, who respectively wrote the "Buried" and "Confessions" episodes of this past season, have come aboard as producers on the AMC spinoff.