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Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show is fun, but likely doomed

Scott Stinson: For all the positives out of the new Tonight Show it’s hard not to escape the feeling that the whole format is dated and doomed. All the YouTube videos and Twitter buzz that Fallon can drum up won’t change the fact that his television audience has a median age, according to Nielsen, of 53. 53! That’s younger that Leno (58.2) and Letterman (58.9), but still indicative of the fact that the young folk are not into talk shows. I used to watch Letterman when I was in my twenties; presumably I would now just watch the highlights the following morning.

Seinfeld on Tuesday made a joke about how Fallon would be horribly aged by the pressures of his new gig and the constant Timberlake parodies, then he laughed and said he wished him 30 years of success and hoped to be a guest until the 39-year-old host was old and grey.

Somehow, I doubt it: http://natpo.st/1d4OwPC

'Every young man needs an Uncle Phil'
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air star Will Smith has broken his silence on James Avery’s death, posting a short message of reflection on Facebook in the wake of his former co-star’s passing.
“Some of my greatest lessons in acting, living and being a respectable human being came through James Avery,” Smith wrote. “Every young man needs an Uncle Phil:”natpo.st/KwyW8t

'Every young man needs an Uncle Phil'

Fresh Prince of Bel-Air star Will Smith has broken his silence on James Avery’s death, posting a short message of reflection on Facebook in the wake of his former co-star’s passing.

“Some of my greatest lessons in acting, living and being a respectable human being came through James Avery,” Smith wrote. “Every young man needs an Uncle Phil:”natpo.st/KwyW8t

"You didn’t really think we’d kill off Brian, did you?"

Family Guy brought Brian Griffin back from the dead to teach fans “a warm, fuzzy holiday lesson:” natpo.st/Js8ZWr

Rob Ford saga gets the Ken Burns treatment in David Letterman’s ‘The Statement,’ starring Jennifer Lawrence, Jonah Hill and more: Watch
Just when you thought late-night TV was done with Rob Ford, the after-11 set takes another — ahem — crack at the beleaguered Toronto mayor.
On Wednesday night, David Letterman’s Late Show aired a Ken Burns-style segment called The Statement, which featured famous faces from Jennifer Lawrence to Martha Stewart reciting segments of Ford’s various confessions and apologies in recent weeks: natpo.st/Itg2OG

Rob Ford saga gets the Ken Burns treatment in David Letterman’s ‘The Statement,’ starring Jennifer Lawrence, Jonah Hill and more: Watch

Just when you thought late-night TV was done with Rob Ford, the after-11 set takes another — ahem — crack at the beleaguered Toronto mayor.

On Wednesday night, David Letterman’s Late Show aired a Ken Burns-style segment called The Statement, which featured famous faces from Jennifer Lawrence to Martha Stewart reciting segments of Ford’s various confessions and apologies in recent weeks: natpo.st/Itg2OG

Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz suffers second mini-stroke a year after his first 
Muniz tweeted that he was ‘miserable’ after the stroke, adding that he hopes it’s his last: natpo.st/IjhZfT

Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz suffers second mini-stroke a year after his first

Muniz tweeted that he was ‘miserable’ after the stroke, adding that he hopes it’s his last: natpo.st/IjhZfT

This is how George W. Bush feels about Rob Ford

Or at least how the former U.S. president felt about being asked by Jay Leno whether he had any advice for the Toronto mayor: natpo.st/17LnXSw

The Simpsons is leaving Fox in record TV bidding war worth up to $1-billionWell, it’s sort of leaving Fox: Starting September 2014, past seasons of The Simpsons will begin airing on FXX, a Fox subsidiary, after the cable channel bid at least $750-million — and up to $1-billion when the channel acquires the show’s 25th season in 2015 — for full cable rights: natpo.st/1dzC8bV

The Simpsons is leaving Fox in record TV bidding war worth up to $1-billion

Well, it’s sort of leaving Fox: Starting September 2014, past seasons of The Simpsons will begin airing on FXX, a Fox subsidiary, after the cable channel bid at least $750-million — and up to $1-billion when the channel acquires the show’s 25th season in 2015 — for full cable rights: natpo.st/1dzC8bV

Tagged with:  #The Simpsons  #Fox  #FXX  #TV  #Television
Jon Stewart takes on Rob Ford ‘first-degree murder’ video: ‘It looks like outtakes from Tommy Boy’
For the third consecutive night, Daily Show host Jon Stewart featured beleaguered Toronto mayor Rob Ford on the Comedy Central show, this time focusing a video released Wednesday that has Rob Ford apparently threatening murder: natpo.st/1hqcBrw

Jon Stewart takes on Rob Ford ‘first-degree murder’ video: ‘It looks like outtakes from Tommy Boy’

For the third consecutive night, Daily Show host Jon Stewart featured beleaguered Toronto mayor Rob Ford on the Comedy Central show, this time focusing a video released Wednesday that has Rob Ford apparently threatening murder: natpo.st/1hqcBrw

Tagged with:  #Rob Ford  #Toronto  #Jon Stewart  #TV

"What happens in a drunken stupor stays in a drunken stupor. Unless [someone] tapes it"
Parks and Recreation star Jim O’Heir appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live as Toronto Mayor Rob Ford last night. Watch the segment here: http://natpo.st/1iPlJ4h

"What happens in a drunken stupor stays in a drunken stupor. Unless [someone] tapes it"

Parks and Recreation star Jim O’Heir appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live as Toronto Mayor Rob Ford last night. Watch the segment here: http://natpo.st/1iPlJ4h