• Late night round-up: Ronny Chieng crushes on The Tonight Show; other late night shows blackball stand-ups

    Seth Meyers continues to show no love for stand-up comedy on Late Night with Seth Meyers. He extended his Thursday night show so he wouldn’t have to cut Leslie Jones and her Game of Thrones segment, presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, or the instantly infamous Mueller report. He couldn’t extend the show six minutes one time to squeeze in a talented up-and-coming stand-up? What’s the deal, Seth?! Late night TV had

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    Late night round-up: Nate Bargatze, Kenny Deforest prevent stand-up blackout

    Stand-up comedy was almost blacked out of late night these last two weeks. The Tonight Show was the only network talk show to feature a stand-up in the whole week—the hilarious Nate Bargatze last Friday. This week, Kenny Deforest is the only stand-up this week, doing a killer set on The Late Late Show with James Corden. Ronny Chieng and Aparna Nancherlawill both be on late night Friday night, but

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    Late night round-up: The Tonight Show showcases James Veitch, Rachel Feinstein

    Seth Meyers has a good excuse for not showcasing any stand-up comedians this week: Late Night with Seth Meyers has been on hiatus. Maybe Meyers used that vacation time to check out some indie comedy shows to find the next comic he wants to feature. Probably not, but maybe. It’s been two-and-a-half months since the SNL alum let a stand-up tell some jokes. What’s up with that? It was a

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    Late night round-up: Jay Leno, Jimmy Carr, Ryan Conner, Moses Storm

    No, you’re not in a time warp. Jay Leno did stand-up on The Tonight Show this week. And don’t worry: It’s still Jimmy Fallon’s show. This week gave us some strong stand-up sets. Leno wasn’t the only stand-up star to pop by 30 Rock. Jimmy Carr also did a set this week. A couple of Last Comic Standing alumni also swung through late night to tell us what they think

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    Lilly Singh: NBC’s new late night host is brown, queer, and a millennial

    There’s finally a lady in late night and her name is Lilly Singh. NBC tapped Singh to replace Carson Daly in the 1:35 a.m. timeslot. A Little Late with Lilly Singh will debut this September. She will be the first woman in late night on broadcast television since Joan Rivers in 1987. Singh is of Indian heritage, making her one of two people of color in the space. DL Hughley will

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    Late night round-up: Adam Ferrara, Mo Amer

    Presidents’ Day was a quiet week for late night stand-up with several shows taking the full week off. Jimmy Kimmell Live! and Conan aired reruns, but a couple of comedians delivered tight sets for those tuning in. Mo Amer stopped by The Tonight Show while perennial veteran Adam Ferrara made an appearance on The Late Late Show. Here’s a couple of stand-up sets to get you 10 minutes closer to

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    Late night round-up: Adam Sandler, Nathan Macintosh, Jenny Zigrino, Byron Bowers

    Love was in the air this Valentine’s Day week on the late night talk shows. The lovey-dovey feelings even penetrated some of the stand-up sets this week. Jenny Zigrino shared some dating gaffes while Adam Sandler helped Jimmy Fallon celebrate five years on The Tonight Show with a little serenade. Nathan Macintosh and Byron Bowers, both late night vets, came in with great sets and tight jokes. All are certainly

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    Late night roundup: Joe List, Sam Morril, Matthew Broussard

    It was a man’s week on the late night shows—but these dudes more than paid their dues and ground their way to respect in the comedy community. The Tonight Show, Conan, and Late Late Show all featured some stand-up this week worth watching. I’ve been watching Sam Morril and Joe List for the better part of a decade in New York City. Though I’m unfamiliar with the prominent jawline of Matthew

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    Late night roundup: Roy Wood Jr., Janelle James, Joel Kim Booster, Sean Finnerty

    Late night talk shows are still one of the best places to get bite-sized amounts of stand-up comedy and discover new up-and-coming comedians. Of course, not all late night comics are making their TV debuts. We love it when our favorite comedians do a little stand-up before heading over to the couch! To help you get through the final hours of your Friday workday, each week we’ll give you a recap

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    Amy Schumer, Jimmy Fallon Video Hilarious! Watch Stand-Up Comedian Play ‘Truth Or Truth’ With ‘Tonight Show’ Host (VIDEO)

    Amy Schumer played a game of “Truth Or Truth” with Jimmy Fallon on Friday’s The Tonight Show. And just as we suspected, it was not long before things quickly veered into R-rated territory. At the start of the “Truth Or Truth” segment, Amy Schumer got Jimmy Fallon to reveal that his motto is “You gotta risk it to get the biscuit.” Schumer then admitted to Fallon that she wishes to

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    Samuel L. Jackson’s Boy Meets World Tonight Show poetry is best thing ever (Video)

    Samuel L. Jackson dropped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night to promote his upcoming film Captain America: The Winter Soldier. What he ended up doing was making 90s children everywhere lose their minds. Jackson performed some slam poetry about the classic sitcom Boy Meets World. There were instant sounds of joy from the audience when Jimmy Fallon introduced the poem’s topic. Jackson dropped all of the

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