Day: January 28, 2014

Late-night TV talk show hosts converging on SXSW in March 2014

If you think there’s a lot going on in late-night TV talk in 2014, just wait until you see the humorous convergence taking place the second weekend of March in Austin, Texas. SXSW already announced that Jimmy Kimmel Live will broadcast five shows from the interactive, film and music festival on the week of March 10, 2014 — and quickly joined by multiple live tapings that same week of Bravo’s Watch What Happens: Live! with Andy Cohen. Today, everything bigger in Texas just got bigger. SXSW just has confirmed two more late-night talk-show hosts will be making the rounds...

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NUVOtv’s Stand Up and Deliver goes to Cabo San Lucas

The third season of Stand Up and Deliver starts Tuesday night on NUVOtv, but this time, they’re broadcasting from Cabo San Lucas! They taped this season’s stand-up showcases last fall during the first-ever Cabo Comedy Festival. Julissa Bermudezand Jose Sarduy host each of the 10 episodes, which include three up-and-comers and a headlining act. New episodes debut at 10 p.m. Tuesdays, through April 8, 2014, on NUVOtv.  You can check out past episodes of Stand Up and Deliver online via NUVOtv here. This is the third-season schedule with lineups. Jan. 28: Episode 301 David Conolly Jordan Pease Collin Moulton Headliner: Ahmed...

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Most of the cast of The State reunited @midnight

Not pictured: Kevin Allison and Todd Holoubek The nine other members of sketch group The State did reunite on the cable TV on Monday night and into the early hours of Tuesday past midnight for Comedy Central’s comedy game show, @midnight (for which Thomas Lennon is an executive producer). Michael Showalter, Kerri Kenney-Silver and Michael Ian Black were the listed contestants. But they managed to shoehorn most everyone else into the game, one by one. Marino said he’d dip his balls in it. Showalter exited stage right — stage left, even — uttering one of his old catchphrases. And they all...

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Stephen Colbert accepts Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album on “The Colbert Report,” closes in on “other” EGOT

Stephen Colbert wasn’t in Los Angeles on Sunday night for the Grammy Awards to win his second trophy, this time for Best Spoken Word Album. Which means, as Colbert pointed out with his first Grammy in hand on Monday night’s episode of The Colbert Report, he’s so good at speaking words, he should get paid just to speak words. Let it be spoken. Let it be done. Colbert also pointed out that he’s now that much closer to an EGOT, if you think EGOT stands for Emmy, Grammy, Other Grammy and The People’s Choice Award. You might not want...

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