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Jimmy Fallon ends his run on Late Night

Jimmy Fallon ends his run on Late Night

Jimmy Fallon ended his time on Late Night last night (Friday) after 5 seasons. He’s hosted 969 episodes over the past 5 years. SNL alumni Seth Meyers takes over the Late Night franchise on Monday 24th February, and Jimmy Fallon’s tenure on The Tonight Show begins Monday 17th February. Much of the last week of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon saw look backs at some of the most memorable parts of the programme – Monday saw a look at the…

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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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Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy hit the US this week causing serious damage to many areas including New York, New Jersey and Washington DC. It was unclear whether talk shows based in New York would be able to tape throughout the week but they battled on nonetheless. Late Show With David Letterman David Letterman still put out shows all week but Monday’s and Tuesday’s happened without an audience and Monday’s show started with a cold opening of Dave and Paul outside the Ed…

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Highlights from the live Late Night special

Highlights from the live Late Night special

Jimmy Fallon broadcast a live edition of Late Night last night as part of NBC’s Super Bowl evening lineup. Late Night With Jimmy Fallon aired a special Sunday night show live from this year’s Super Bowl host city Indianapolis. The programme opened with a huge musical number featuring cheerleaders, The Roots and a whole host of wackiness. Guests on the live show included fellow Saturday Night Live alumni Adam Sandler & Andy Samberg, and members of the New York Giants…

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