It’s finally Thursday and we are officially one day away from kicking off the weekend! I don’t know about you guys, but I’m ready for some fun TV watching to wind down from my hectic day at work.
Category Archives: The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
It’s Monday muchachos and this is going to be a great week. There was a lot of good stuff on TV last night that I’ve spent most of the day catching up today on Xfinity On Demand.
CBS personality Craig Ferguson is continuing his role as the bridge that connects late-night television. After appearing on NBC’s “The Tonight Show” last year to promote the “Winnie the Pooh”… More
NEW YORK (AP) — Craig Ferguson kept it light when the lights went out. CBS says Wednesday’s edition of “The Late Late Show” was faced with lighting problems after a… More
Relax, all you fans of David Letterman and Craig Ferguson. They’ll be hosting awhile longer. CBS announced Tuesday that both late-night stars will be sticking with their respective hours — “Late Show” and “The Late Late Show” — through 2014.
Last night, Stephen Colbert needed some deeper analysis of the implications of a couple of Deep South primaries in the GOP race for president, especially the upcoming Louisiana primary, so he turned to “The Colbert Report”‘s chief swampland political analyst, Kermit the Frog.
The ever-so-handsome Jon Hamm dropped by “Conan” last night to promote the new season of “Mad Men” and his new movie “Friends With Kids,” and Conan O’Brien couldn’t resist showing Hamm some pictures from a Tumblr that celebrates his many expressions in press photos.
NBC is making a mini-push to promote the return of “Community” next Thursday, and part of it is a series of animated shorts called “Abed’s Master Key.”
You knew that as soon as “The Daily Show” hit the air this week that they were going to address Rush Limbaugh calling Sandra Fluke a “slut.” And they did with full guns blazing; Jon Stewart even expressed that “he’s a terrible person” at some point during the show-opening bit about the incident.
The cushiest job on late night television has to be Geoff Peterson‘s. He’s Craig Ferguson‘s robot skeleton sidekick on “The Late Late Show,” and somehow he gets to take two… More