Adam Sandler breaks up embarrassing cheering competition on 'The Late Late Show'
From White Russian drink specials to "Friendo" namedropping, a near-comprehensive breakdown of the show's many nods to the brothers
'Late Show' host revives Tuck Buckford character as more crazy details emerge from far right radio host's divorce trial
Colbert bids farewell to Fox's "self-righteous landfill of angry garbage"
The Coen-tastic anthology show returns with another story of earnest cops, cracked crooks and some serious family feuding
Netflix series shows Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) plotting her next life move: college
"My plan this season [is] to really take apart that opening statement: 'This is a true story,'" showrunner of Coen-tastic crime-comedy says
"Shove [your face] up like you're trying to suck the chrome off the fender of a car," actor told Stephen Colbert of 'SNL' impersonation
In 'Lie Witness News,' people explain White House "visits" from Bernie Madoff, Bill Cosby, Jared from Subway
"There I was, up on stage singing 'New York State of Mind' with Billy Joel with 20,000 people, and I was like, 'I gotta get a selfie," actor says
Roots drummer, horn section joined British indie-rock trio for live version of 'Relaxer' single
"I've been getting bumped from Jimmy's show for the last eight years, and it takes a toll," actor says in fake TV ad
Actor, host hurl insults about weight, lack of talent in heated 'Late Late Show' rap battle
Gina Rodriguez of 'Jane the Virgin,' Finn Wolfhard of 'Stranger Things' set to star in new animated series
Colbert parodies 'Infowars' with new character Tuck Buckford, "a skeleton wrapped in angry meat"
Lena Dunham's hit HBO show ended not with a bang but with a literal whimper – and slyly made you rethink just how far these characters have come
'Last Week Tonight' host calls French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen a "destabilizing populist campaigning on anti-immigrant rhetoric"
New season of Noah Hawley's brilliant anthology series brings the sex, lies and blood feuds – and not one but two Ewan McGregors
President turns decision between Jared Kushner (played by Jimmy Fallon) and Steve Bannon (played by the Grim Reaper) into reality competition
"Let's Dance" opening number, "Take Me Back" and Melissa McCarthy's Sean Spicer highlight first ever live coast-to-coast episode