If it was up to David Letterman, there would be a woman hosting CBS’ The Late Show right now instead of Stephen Colbert. So he suggests.
Whoopi Goldberg has committed to another wacky season of The View, according to sources.
Tamar Braxton is completely inconsolable in this scene from tonight’s episode of Braxton Family Values, which was shot after Braxton was dropped as a co-host of the talk show The Real. “I don’t understand. I could probably understand more if I know that I did something, but I don’t know what I did,” she tells her…
Amber Rose will soon be hosting a weekly talk show on Vh1 and—yes, you guessed it exactly—it’ll be produced by Dr. Phil’s company.
Let’s pour out a little liquor for Kocktails with Khloé and put the final lid on the failed Kardashian talk show empire.
“If you’re a woman, everyone dumps on you like, ‘How can you be a feminist?’ So you don’t want to have that conversation,” Susan Sarandon told The View of being a vocal Bernie Sanders supporter, as she held a tiny dog in her lap.
In theory, a talk show should be easy. You create a set, you get a good booker, and you talk. The setup is always the same: jokes during late night, roundtable discussions of the latest gossip in news during the day.
Thank you, James Corden, for reminding me that I will never, ever stop wanting to be in an intimate student-mentor relationship with Jennifer Lopez.
After a very public spat with MSNBC over airtime, the television host Melissa Harris-Perry is probably not going to return to the network, or to her eponymous show.
Amanda Peet went on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night to promote the second season of her very good HBO show, Togetherness. Somewhere along the way, things got Real.
For weeks now, I have been haunted by FM morning radio.
For someone who works from home and primarily in her bed, I don’t watch much daytime television.
Episode one of Khloe Kardashian’s talk show Kocktails with Khloe premiered on FYI Network Wednesday night with a load of celebrity guests and a very chill vibe.
DJ Khaled, whose bewildering Snapchat advice bombs continue to be gleefully discovered by the mainstream, came on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to share some important pro bono life lessons with the man who needs it most: Jeb Bush.
Nicki Minaj’s perfect, erratic verse on “Monster” stands as one of the greatest in rap history. It’s okay to attempt it on your own, but only if you’re willing to go to ridiculous lengths and fully commit to the wild hand gestures and cartoonish voice. Adele, hello?
Eva Longoria dropped by Late Night With Seth Meyers Tuesday night to promote her show Telenovela, armed with some slightly depressing anecdotes about working on a real-life soap opera.
FABLife—the daytime talk show you either never watch or you happen upon while channel surfing, watch for a few minutes and wonder why the title is in caps and lowercase—is looking for a replacement for Tyra Banks. They reportedly have lots of options.
After 22 years, E!’s pop culture roundup series The Soup—the place for mocking everything ridiculous about talk shows and reality TV, which is basically everything—is ending.
Susan Sarandon showed up on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday night with a cough from Burning Man dust, and despite this somehow made a trip to this bug-infested hellscape sound like the most reasonable vacation in the world.
Ice-T and Coco finish each others’ sentences. It’s something you might expect from newlyweds, or couples otherwise in the dawn of their relationships, but the duo has been married since 2002, and their tangible affinity for one another has been a representation of relationship goals since Ice Loves Coco, the reality…