NBC needs Johnny Carson’s family’s blessing before it can proceed with miniseries
And that could be a problem since the book that NBC is using as source material has been repeatedly delayed. The Carson family has yet to approve the book.
Bryan Cranston books a return visit for “HIMYM’s” final season
He’ll reprise his role as Hammond Druthers, Ted’s former boss.
Merrit Wever on her memorably brief Emmy speech: “My mind went blank”
“I was just really surprised,” says the “Nurse Jackie” star, “so I hadn’t prepared anything. I was really caught off guard. I think I was overwhelmed and I got a little flooded and then my mind went blank and it seemed like things were quiet for a really long time. So I didn’t really have any other choice!”
Celebrities would compete to be sent to space in proposed reality show
“Milky Way Mission,” a Dutch format, would have 10 celebs competing in a special bootcamp.
Kim Coates: I believe “Sons of Anarchy” will eventually kill off everybody
“Here’s the thing: We’re all gonna die by the end of next season,” he says. “Whether that’s the complete truth or some of us survive, I really believe that.”
Emily Osment joins ABC Family comedy
The “Hannah Montana” alum will star in “Young & Hungry” from producer Ashley Tisdale.
Justin Timberlake appeared last night on Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon
On Kimmel, Timberlake sat for an interview and took over Hollywood Blvd. On Fallon, Timberlake got in a hashtag throwdown. PLU8S: Watch Fallon’s lip sync-off.
Christopher Abbott explains why he left “Girls”
“The world that Lena wrote was very real, especially in New York,” he tells the NY Times. “But it wasn’t as relatable for me on a personal level. It’s not that I only like to play roles I know to a T, but there’s something satisfying about playing parts where you really relate to the characters.”
See Jon Hamm & Amy Poehler’s “Loser” Emmy party invitation
No Emmys were allowed, but an exception was made for Tina Fey.