'SNL' will take a bit of a break this weekend following 'Neighbors' star Seth Rogen's third time hosting, returning on May 3 with 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2''s Andrew Garfield, but consider the long-running NBC sketch comedy to have much larger plans in mind for the future: an epic, star-studded, three-hour broadcast in February 2015 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of 'Saturday Night Live'!
It's hard to imagine that anyone's partying technique would be too much for Prince's tastes; this is, after all, a man who sings about partying like it's 1999 and the sexiness of cheap thrift-store finds with equal adoration. However, it seems that there is at least one person who is too freaky for even Prince to handle. Chico Divine. Who? Chico Divine? Who? Tracy Morgan's freaky-partying alter ego.
If you don't watch the soapy smash hit 'Scandal,' many of Jimmy Kimmel's recent long-form skits on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' might be lost on you. After all, the late-night host has kind of made sending up the show his bag (he's even started his own fake version of the show, 'Escandalo'). But the latest batch of 'Scandal'-centric bits have some universal appeal. Mainly this one, because it's bloopers. Who doesn't love bloopers?
Fairy tales may seem fun and whimsical and sweet now, but the histories of most of them are dark and truly terrifying. Perhaps you are familiar with Hans Christian Andersen, who penned the original 'Little Mermaid' fairy tale, one that ended, well, it just ended very differently than the Disney version. But Andersen wasn't the only author who used his fairy tales to freak kids out. Over in Germany, Heinrich Hoffmann did the same thing with his 'Der Struwwelpeter,' and guess who grew up reading it?
Fan favorite Nathan Fillion apparently has a whole slew of talents that exist far outside the realm of acting. For instance, did you know that the 'Castle' and 'Firefly' star is a skilled nail design artist? And that he uses his talents to paint his girlfriend's toes? With little tiny superhero iconography? Is this man the best boyfriend on the planet?
Stephen Colbert might have dominated the late-night landscape with the announcement of his succession to 'Late Show' host David Letterman, but NBC has stolen back a bit of thunder with help from 'SNL' veteran Maya Rudolph. The network has officially scheduled 'The Maya Rudolph Show' variety special for a late May premiere, with guests such as 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' star Andy Samberg, Kristen Bell and more, but what are the chances of an ongoing series?
Where last year we were watching David Letterman and Jay Leno still battling it out for late-night ratings, the future looks very different now that 'The Colbert Report' star Stephen Colbert has officially been announced as Letterman's replacement, to compete with the already-installed 'Tonight Show' with Jimmy Fallon. While plenty of questions remain, Colbert himself will drop by Letterman's 'Late Show' next week to shed a little light on the future.
Conan O'Brien spent this past weekend hosting something a little different than his normal late night show -- the funny man took over the MTV Movie Awards, where he still managed to put his own spin on the typically tween-heavy outing (do tweens even know who Conan O'Brien is? They do now!).