Aaron Sorkin: I”m pretty sure I”m done with TV
Sorkin said after “The Newsroom,” he's pretty much done with television. He made his comments in May to the LA Times, which published them over the weekend. “I know the whole 'Never say never' stuff,” Sorkin said in May just before writing the final “Newsroom” episodes. “But I'm pretty certain I'm about to write my last three episodes of television.” Sorkin added: “All these months later, I still don't see another series in my near future. But, again, you never know. Maybe I'll get another idea.” PLUS: Why Sorkin has struggled to create great TV since “The West Wing,” and Sorkin has failed to find the right setting.
Comedy Central no longer censors the P-word thanks to “Inside Amy Schumer”
Schumer and her producers protested because “d*ck” wasn”t censored, while “p*ssy” was. Finally, the cable channel relented. “We can say p*ssy now!” says exec producer Jessi Klein. “Can we talk about that? It was a great moment in U.S. history.”
John Oliver fires a Salmon Cannon at Jon Stewart, Jimmy Fallon, Letterman, Stephen Colbert, Kelly Ripa…
Homer Simpson, JJ Abrams, Joel McHale, Wanda Sykes were also the target of the “Last Week Tonight” Salmon Cannon.
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Jay Leno”s “Tonight Show” return: What a sad, painful visit!
From his awful monologue to an awkward interview with successor Jimmy Fallon, Leno was a reminder that once you leave, you shouldn”t come back, according to Verne Gay. “Jay reminded viewers, forcibly so, why this transition took place, had to take place,” he says. “Fallon, visibly nervous the entire night or at least as long as Leno was within punching distance, probably wanted to throttle the producer — or more likely NBC executive — who insisted on this booking.” PLUS: Leno”s helps boost Fallon's ratings.
What to make of that “Homeland” surprise?
Does that count as a “clever twist”?
Will “Dumb and Dumber To” cut out Mama June”s cameo?
The “Honey Boo” star was still in the version that Jeff Daniels saw, despite the recent child molester controversy.
Watch former “Daily Show” correspondent Mo Rocca interview Jon Stewart
Stewart was profiled on “CBS Sunday Morning.”
“The Walking Dead” is finally getting its due
The AMC show is finally receiving the critical acclaim this year that it”s missed out on from earlier seasons. PLUS: Every episode has kicked ass so far, and Michael Cudlitz and Josh McDermitt on last night”s shocking reveal.
Comedian Tig Notaro hospitalized due to a “medical emergency”
The guest-star of numerous TV shows had to cancel a Denver performance over the weekend due to her illness.
Bravo”s “Girlfriends Guide to Divorce” ring finger ads banned by L.A. and NYC Metro authorities
In the ad, Lisa Edelstein is shown flashing her ring finger as if it”s a middle finger.
Jeremy Piven”s “Mr. Selfridge” to meet “Downton Abbey”
The two British shows will come together for a Christmas charity special.
“New Girl” books Zoe Lister-Jones
She”ll guest as a councilwoman who possibly romances Schmidt.
Jimmy Kimmel speaks to students at DePauw University
Kimmel told students, “This is the best time ever to be a writer and to be a filmmaker, in my opinion, because I've hired people based on their Twitter feeds, you know?”
“Downton Abbey” has its lowest-rated season finale
About 8.29 million watched last night”s 5th-season ender.
Watch a CBS News correspondent interview her former intern, Andy Cohen
The Bravo star was profiled on “CBS Sunday Morning” by Erin Moriarty, who recalled Cohen as a 21-year-old intern.
HBO teases “Looking” Season 2
Watch the first faces-filled glimpse of the new season, which kicks off in January.
“The Blair Witch Project” star is coming to “Bates Motel”
Joshua Leonard will reconnect with Vera Farmiga, who played Leonard”s husband in the Farmiga-directed 2011 film “Higher Ground.”
Go behind the scenes of “Peter Pan Live!”
Watch the latest promo for the Dec. 4 event.
See the first teasers for “Broadchurch” Season 2
The “Gracepoint” predecessor teases: “The End is Where It Begins.”