Olbermann on Letterman: Grateful ESPN Suspension Happened

ESPN’s Keith Olbermann appeared as a guest on CBS’s “The Late Show” on Tuesday and was asked by host David Letterman about his recent suspension from ESPN. Olbermann told Letterman that he was actually grateful for his suspension because he was

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Another Tall Tale From Brian Williams? Seal Team Six Claim Disputed

More trouble for NBC’s Brian Williams. In 2012, he told David Letterman: “I flew into Baghdad, invasion plus three days, on a blackout mission at night with elements of SEAL Team Six,” but at that time he was based in, and apparently didn’t leave, Kuwait.

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TV Land Pulls ‘Cosby Show’ from Lineup

NEW YORK (AP) — NBC has scrapped a Bill Cosby comedy that was under development and TV Land will stop airing reruns of “The Cosby Show,” moves that came a day after another woman came forward claiming that the once-beloved

TV Land Pulls ‘Cosby Show’ from Lineup

Taylor Swift on Lena Dunham: ‘She’s So Empowering’

Taylor Swift told David Letterman that Lena Dunham is an empowering woman. It seems that America’s sweetheart, country pop star Taylor Swift, is the latest casualty in the crusade of Lena Dunham and her feminist propaganda. “She’s so empowering,” the

Taylor Swift on Lena Dunham: ‘She’s So Empowering’

Robert Duvall on Stephen Colbert: 'Not That Funny'

On Thursday’s “The Late Show” on CBS, prior to the end of a segment David Letterman hosted with Robert Duvall, who was promoting his new movie “The Judge,” Duvall expressed his disapproval of Letterman’s forthcoming replacement, Comedy Central host Stephen

Robert Duvall on Stephen Colbert: 'Not That Funny'

'Extant' Star Halle Berry: We Are Not Alone in Universe

NEW YORK, July 8 (UPI)–Halle Berry says she believes in aliens. The 47-year-old actress discussed the possibility of extraterrestrial life Monday on The Late Show. Berry appeared on the program to promote her new sci-fi series Extant, and admitted to

'Extant' Star Halle Berry: We Are Not Alone in Universe

Report: Colbert Not First Choice to Replace Letterman

Neil Patrick Harris says that CBS president Les Moonves asked him if he would be interested in replacing David Letterman on the “Late Show.” Harris said he turned the offer down fearing he would “get bored” with the repetition of

Report: Colbert Not First Choice to Replace Letterman

Stephen Colbert to Replace David Letterman as 'Late Show' Host

“I’m thrilled and grateful that CBS chose me. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to go grind a gap in my front teeth.” – Stephen Colbert CBS Release: The CBS Television Network today announced that Stephen Colbert, the host,

Howard Stern on 'Late Show' Opening: 'My Plate Is Full'

NEW YORK (AP) — Howard Stern is just one of the names industry spectators are floating around as a possible replacement for David Letterman. At least for now though, the longtime radio personality says of the idea, “My plate is

Howard Stern on 'Late Show' Opening: 'My Plate Is Full'

Letterman Finally Boosts Ratings… By Quitting (Still Lost in Demo)

About 15 years ago, the David Letterman everyone liked was replaced by the elitist, left-wing crank who currently hosts the “The Late Show.” After struggling for years in the ratings, it took a resignation announcement to finally give Letterman a

Why CBS Is Probably Thrilled to Be Rid of David Letterman

At 67 years of age, and long past his stale date, the Not-King of Late Night’s David Letterman announced Thursday that  he will retire sometime next year. Letterman told his audience last night he had always held the belief that,

Why CBS Is Probably Thrilled to Be Rid of David Letterman

Seth Meyers Pays Tribute to 'Late Night Hero' David Letterman

On his Thursday night program, recently minted host of NBC’s “Late Night” Seth Meyers paid tribute to his predecessor, former “Late Night” host and current host of CBS’s “The Late Show” David Letterman. Letterman announced his retirement on his Thursday

Seth Meyers Pays Tribute to 'Late Night Hero' David Letterman

CBS: David Letterman to Retire Next Year

David Letterman, whose wacky stunts and snarky interviews epitomized the late night format for decades, will step down from The Late Show next year. The news came via CBS news anchor Jeff Glor on Twitter Thursday. Letterman’s audience will see

CBS: David Letterman to Retire Next Year