Baldwin Scores SAG Actor Award for Best Male Actor in a Comedy Series
Alec Baldwin has won the SAG Award for Best Male Actor in a Comedy Series for his work in NBC's 30 ROCK. Baldwin, who currently appears and won an Golden Globe and Emmy for his work on the hit sitcom "30 Rock," recently appeared Off-Broadway in Entertaining Mr. Sloane. [Read More]
Amy Poehler ready for a sitcom change of pace; her NBC comedy about government set for April
Coming off her final and triumphant "Saturday Night Live" season, Amy Poehler says she's looking forward to switching gears in a new NBC comedy. Poehler told a meeting of the Television Critics Association that she's excited about the idea of being able to "turn the volume down a little bit and sit with a character." [Read More]
As Leno Moves to 10, Conan Looks on the Bright Side
Conan O'Brien, the incoming host of NBC's "Tonight Show," says that his initial reaction to the news that the current "Tonight" host, Jay Leno, was getting a new nightly prime-time show on the network was one of concern — but only for 90 minutes. [Read More]
Amy Poehler lands sidekick for NBC comedy
Upright Citizens Brigade player Aubrey Plaza has landed a co-starring role on UCB alumna Amy Poehler's upcoming NBC comedy series. [Read More]
review - Jimmy Fallon, Much Improved
The new year means new opportunities, even for web content you've previously dismissed. And so in today's Station Conversation, Jill Weinberger and Liz Shannon Miller revisit future Late Night host Jimmy Fallon's ongoing web prelude to his on-air series - which definitely gets their vote for Most Improved. [Read More]
Tickets to Late Night with Conan O'Brien's Final Shows
After 16 seasons on the air, the curtain is coming down on Late Night with Conan O'Brien as Conan prepares to head out to L.A. to take over The Tonight Show. Would you like to be a member of one of Conan's last studio audiences in New York? Here's your chance! [Read More]
NBC'S 'SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE' RETURNS WITH THREE LIVE SHOWS IN JANUARY
Coming off a highly heated political season and showing no signs of slowing momentum, NBC's "Saturday Night Live" returns in 2009 with three live shows in January. [Read More]
A Brief History of 'Glove,' an Uncredited 30 Rock Extra
This is the story of "Glove," a rubber glove that made four separate appearances on TV comedy fave 30 Rock. The mastermind (er, hand) inside "Glove" is R.C. Hall, a New York-based hip-hop artist, skateboard enthusiast and background gypsy who, in a meta-twist redolent of the show itself, portrayed a set painter for TGS With Tracy Jordan. To get to the bottom of "Glove," The Apiary dropped a few questions on Hall, to which kindly replied. His responses were edited for space and clarity. [Read More]
Paterson's Office Is Not Amused by "Saturday Night Live" Skit
Gov. David A. Paterson's office criticized a skit on this weekend's "Saturday Night Live" in which Mr. Paterson, who is legally blind, was portrayed as disoriented and buffoonlike. The governor's communications director, Risa B. Heller, said on Sunday that the skit amounted to nothing more than cheap ridicule - a surprisingly strong reaction considering that the governor is well known for making light of his vision problems. [Read More]
'Saturday Night Live' books Malkovich, Laurie, Kanye
"Saturday Night Live" has announced its December hosts: The sketch-comedy show has booked John Malkovich as the show's host on Dec. 6. T.I. will be the musical guest that week. Hugh Laurie, the star of "House," will host on Dec. 13. That week the musical guest will be Kanye West. NBC's Wednesday announcement is below. JOHN MALKOVICH AND HUGH LAURIE HEADLINE “SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE” IN DECEMBER WITH MUSICAL GUESTS T.I. AND KANYE WEST New York, NY â€" December 3, 2008 ââ‚... [Read More]