Late Night With Jimmy Fallon's first show - The Comedy Nerds Review
In case you missed it last night, Jimmy Fallon made his Late Night debut and it was i am going to go with okay (remember I said it was going to suck, so that's an upgrade). [Read More]
Jimmy Fallon ready to move in, says Lorne Michaels
Lorne Michaels, the man who plucked O'Brien from obscurity -- and who is now overseeing Jimmy Fallon's transition to from actor-comedian to talkshow host -- admits to feeling a little nostalgic this week. [Read More]
Anthony Jeselnik: the first comic on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Anthony Jeselnik was a last-minute addition to last night's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and in doing so, became the first stand-up to perform on the show. Comedy trivia! Of course, Fallon's people knew Jeselnik was available, since he's a writer on the show, and he already has performed in front of the camera in a couple of sketches in the first month. [Read More]
So how was Jimmy Fallon's first week?
So how did Jimmy do? Some people are going to like Jimmy and some won't and each will find their own reason to support their feelings. So instead of giving a definitive "yes" or "no," here's a list of five good things and five bad things from the first block of shows. [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]
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]
Jimmy Fallon looking for college students for stupid people tricks-type show feature
It looks like Jimmy Fallon is taking a page from David Letterman’s late night play book. Yesterday afternoon, an email circulated around the campus of New York University informing the student body that producers at Late Night with Jimmy Fallon... [Read More]
comedians on twitter: An open mic, in 140-characters or less | AP
An AP 'comedians on twitter' piece, highlighting Michael Ian Black, Witstream, Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Fallon and the Late Show with David Letterman's head writers Eric and Justin Stangel. [Read More]
Instant classic? Will Ferrell makes Jimmy Fallon crack up making a deli sandwich with fake arms
Remember the old days when Will Ferrell would make Jimmy Fallon crack up in front of a live studio audience? Well, the old days are new again as Ferrell showed up on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.. [Read More]
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon cuts the "fax" line on freelancers, cites WGA? | the comic's comic
If you were one of the lucky ones, you got your name added to the fax lists, and you, too, could submit jokes on a daily basis to Johnny Carson, David Letterman, Jay Leno, and even Saturday Night Live. Well, that's no longer the case in 2010 for freelancers to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, because they all received this new year's mass rejection letter, which cited "WGA restrictions" for cutting them loose. [Read More]