'SNL' alum Jimmy Fallon can't wait to fill Conan O'Brien's seat
Fallon envisions his "Late Night" shows as a more tech- and Internet-friendly environment than any broadcast network offering before. He'll talk about gadgets, video games and cell phones. His staff includes three bloggers who will keep an updated Web site. Also, Fallon's on-set desk will feature a computer. [Read More]
Inside the Last Days of Late Night with Conan O'Brien
The elevators open on the sixth floor of 30 Rockefeller Center to reveal a hallway full of activity. We're hours away from another taping of NBC's Late Night with Conan O'Brien (not to mention test shows underway in an adjacent studio for Jimmy Fallon!). Three floors up on nine, where O'Brien and the writers work, however, the mood feels decidedly different. It's almost as if it's the last week of high school. Make that the funniest high school in America, and most of the students don't know how... [Read More]
The New Late Night War Like World War II But Without Nazis
It's been a competitive and shaky few months in the world of late night television. As Conan packs his bags for LA, Leno cements himself into primetime, and Jimmy Fallon builds his move into late night, NBC's hosting shifts are changing comedy dynamics across the board. [Read More]
Max Weinberg WILL join Conan O'Brien in L.A.
"Max and the band will be joining us out in LA!!! That's right, baby! You know what that means: GET READY FOR SOME SWEET LA MW7 ACTION!! With all that sun, LaBamba is gonna have to wear TWO hats!!" [Read More]
Top 10 ways to ease the pain of Conan's final week
This is it, everyone. It's down to the final 3 episodes of Late Night with Conan O'Brien. While we all question our own mortality as it relates to late night television, here are 10 ways to keep our minds occupied as the end creeps near. [Read More]
Late Night with Conan O'Brien auctions off pieces of the set
Late Night with Conan O'Brien is auctioning off pieces of the set to benefit the House to Home Project. H2H is a non-profit organization whose goal is to provide families restarting their lives after a natural disaster with the basic furnishings that makes a house a home. [Read More]
The Final Week of Late Night with Conan O'Brien
The last days of Late Night with Conan O'Brien are upon us and it feels really weird. After sixteen years, the show and its staff is packing everything and going West. [Read More]
Conan Packs His Bags
Now, after having held down the fort at 12:30 for longer than David Letterman did, O'Brien hosts his final Late Night this Friday, as he prepares to take over The Tonight Show in a few months (Jimmy Fallon's Late Night duties begin on March 2). [Read More]
Max Weinberg won't be joining Conan when he hits L.A.
It looks as though drummer Max Weinberg of Late Night with Conan O'Brien's Max Weinberg 7 won't be going to L.A. when O'Brien makes the jump to The Tonight Show this summer. [Read More]
Erin Judge and Ailin Conant Share Their "Meaning of Wife"
Can a sketch comedy show change people's perceptions of marriage? It's a lofty goal, to be sure, but one Erin Judge and Ailin (pronounced like Eileen) Conant are taking on with their two-woman sketch and stand-up show, "The Meaning of Wife," which is playing at The Comedy Studio Monday. Judge and Conant plan to explore the theme of what it means to be a wife, using their personal experiences as a road map. [Read More]