NBC will submit Leno and Fallon’s ‘Tonight Shows’ for Emmy consideration, but not Fallon’s ‘Late Night’

03.12.14 5 years ago

NBC will submit Leno and Fallon”s “Tonight Shows” for Emmy consideration, but not Fallon”s “Late Night”
Seth Meyers” “Late Night” will be the only “Late Night” up for Emmy consideration so that Fallon could establish himself as “The Tonight Show” host.

Michael J. Fox hopes NBC will air the final 7 episodes of his sitcom
“We”re not hearing a death sentence,” he says, adding that those were the show”s best episodes, including one reuniting him with “Back to the Future” co-star Christopher Lloyd. “We”re hoping NBC can still find a good place for the last episodes.”

See “The Flash” shooting in costume in broad daylight
Grant Gustin was caught on Instagram filming a scene in Vancouver yesterday.

Watch a “Veronica Mars” movie scene featuring “Kickstarter Backers”
As presented by Funny or Die.

“The Haves and the Have Nots” season finale sets an OWN ratings record
Last night”s finale ranked as the Oprah network”s most watched episode of all time.

“Pretty Little Liars” bringing back Tyler Blackburn
Caleb Rivers will become a series regular in Season 5.

Watch Amy Poehler”s “Movies are dumb, and TV is awesome” speech in honor of Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Poehler helped induct the “Veep” star into the TV Hall of Fame last night.

Is Naya Rivera leaving “Glee”?
Her role will be reduced for the final episodes this season, but it hasn”t been decided if she”ll return for the final season.

Adrian Pasdar joins “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”
The “Heroes” alum will play the Marvel character of Glenn Talbot.

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