There were no scheduled guests on the final episode of The Late Show With David Letterman (minus The Foo Fighters, who closed out the night with a performance of “Everlong”), but that didn’t mean that a few of Letterman’s old friends didn’t stop by to say goodbye one last time. Some of the funniest people alive all came together to present one final Top Ten list, Things I've Always Wanted to Say To Dave.
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Carry on though those wayward sons, Supernatural Season 10 has come to a close by its latest finale “Brother’s Keeper,” wrapping up the infamous Mark of Cain arc and birthing a whole new evil on the globe. Find out who suffered a swing of Death’s scythe, and what major evil will plague the Winchesters next year by our Supernatural finale breakdown!
You don’t have to wait until later tonight to begin saying goodbye to David Letterman (though if you’re like us, you’ve already started that process) — you can do it right now. The venerable, longtime Late Show host is ending his 33-year run with tonight’s episode, which promises to be a fantastic, hilarious and appropriately heartwarming sendoff. But before we get to that, you can watch Letterman’s final Late Show entrance right now.
Yesterday Game of Thrones favorite Peter Dinklage gave a musical tribute to the many casualties of Westeros in honor of Red Nose Day, but Jaime Lannister wasn’t about to let his brother fly solo. Now, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has gotten in on the gag, leaving us well on the way to a full-fledged Game of Thrones musical with a love song for Cersei.
The following report has been brought to you by the phrase “Hot damn.” The Wire creator David Simon has been developing a miniseries (albeit a limited one) for HBO for some time now, and today brings excellent news about Simon’s new project. Oscar Isaac is set to lead an impressive ensemble cast in Simon’s Show Me a Hero, which debuts later this summer on the network.
Just when you thought the cast of FX and Ryan Murphy mouthful American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson couldn’t get more outlandish, the marquee grows even bigger. Star Trek star and recent Mad Men guest Bruce Greenwood will suit up for the historic crime drama, among several other new additions to the cast.
Most of broadcast TV has begun packing it in for the summer, but your old friends on cable and Comedy Central would never let you down. To wit, find out when Key & Peele, Drunk History and the breakout Review come back for new seasons, as well as where to find new comedies from Hannibal Burress and Natasha Leggero!
AMC’s Better Call Saul carries on quite a few traditions from its Breaking Bad predecessor, but did you know Saul’s prequel journey was originally envisioned as a half-hour comedy? Or that some of Walter White’s famous threads put in a cameo six years before their origin? These are just some of the criminal facts to uncover in the seventh episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?,’ which lawyers up to defend AMC’s Better Call Saul!
The Flash has officially crossed the finish line of his first season with last night’s “Fast Enough,” but Barry Allen’s race is far from over. Following last night’s time-splitting crisis, producers have opened up on the (several!) shocking deaths, where and when Season 2 might pick up, and what DC surprises lie in store.
Red Nose Day is a charity campaign dedicated to raising money for children living in poverty. The campaign has been running since 1988 in the U.K., but will be held for the first time in the United States on May 21. To help raise funds and awareness...