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NBC releases promo for all-new Tonight Show for “a new era”

NBC releases promo for all-new Tonight Show for “a new era”

A promo for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has been released by NBC. The 1-minute video goes through the history of The Tonight Show over the past 60 years featuring: – Steve Allen – Jack Parr – The legendary Johnny Carson – Jay Leno’s standup appearance on Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show – Jay Leno’s two tenures as host – A very brief mention of Conan O’Brien’s short-lived tenure – Clips from Late Night with new Tonight Show host Jimmy…

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The Best Of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon airs on NBC

The Best Of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon airs on NBC

The two-hour Primetime Special for The Best Of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon aired on NBC over the weekend. The special programme aired on Sunday night between 9pm and 11pm E.T. According to TV website The Futon Critic it had “5.7 million viewers overall” and “delivered NBC’s highest non-sports / non-Golden Globes results in the time period in the past year (since Jan. 5, 2013) in both adults 18-49 and total viewers”. The Best Of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon…

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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon details revealed

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon details revealed

New details for the all-new Tonight Show have been announced this week. The new look programme will revert back to its naming convention from Johnny Carson’s tenure using “Starring” in the show’s title – it will be known as The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon will premiere on 17th February 2014 on NBC following Jay Leno’s departure. The brand new logo for the programme has also been revealed (see right). Jimmy Fallon’s new Tonight…

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No new $25 million Tonight Show studio for Jimmy Fallon

No new $25 million Tonight Show studio for Jimmy Fallon

It would seem the planned brand new $25 million studio at 30 Rock for The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon will not be happening after all. The Hollywood Reporter says “NBC spent seven months working on plans that called for the combining of Studios 6B and 8G and turning them into a megastudio for Fallon as well as a showy theater for NBCUniversal to screen movies. Including a balcony, the facility would have fit an audience of 400” but “recently…

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