The late night television lineup will change drastically next year, when Jay Leno steps away from "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno." After weeks of speculation and rumors, Leno and NBC Television Network made a formal press announcement...
(2 months and 18 days ago)
Who will win the race to replace Jay Leno's spot, if he retires the late night circuit next year? Rumor mills are running with the news that Jay Leno may be announcing his retirement soon. If the...
(3 months and 19 days ago)
Jay Leno has become the Rodney Dangerfield of NBC — but you’d think that by now, network brass would know how to deal with him. They don’t. It was only four years ago that they tried to push ol’ skunkhead off “The Tonight Show” to make way for Conan O’Brien.
(2 months and 29 days ago)
In the ongoing saga of What Will Happen to Jay Leno, the latest chapter appears to be Not Much Right Now. Despite rumblings that NBC was looking to replace Leno with Jimmy Fallon, it now looks like that won't happen until Leno's contract is up — in September 2014. According ... More »
(3 months ago)
MINNEAPOLIS - No one appears to be having more fun these days with the plight of Jay Leno than Leno himself. When rumors started swirling in March that the late-night leader would be replaced by Jimmy Fallon, he responded by bashing his bosses in his...
(1 month and 2 days ago)
Don't let that awesome "Tonight, Tonight" duet fool you — Jay Leno is still pissed at NBC, and possibly because April Fool's Day brings about fun abandon, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel joined the network beatdown last night. Leno opened his monologue with "NBC and I have reached ... More »
(2 months and 20 days ago)
Jay Leno is once again rumored to be in a battle about the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and this time it has nothing to do with Conan O’Brien. With Jimmy Kimmel changing time slots for a younger...
(3 months and 2 days ago)
Given the debacle that unfolded last time NBC tried to hustle Jay Leno along the path to retirement, you'd expect the network to exercise the extremest of caution as the network reportedly prepares to give it another shot.
(3 months and 17 days ago)
Jay Leno will be beached when his contract is up ... but not a day before -- this according to sources connected to NBC.Jimmy Fallon will be replacing Jay on "The Tonight Show" when Jay's contract is up in September, 2014. There's been a buzz that…
(3 months ago)
Anyone who thought Jay Leno might go gentle into that good night retirement must have been fooling themselves. Leno is still taking jabs at NBC during his monologues, going so far on Wednesday as to make mention of his contract, which doesn't expire until 2014. Watch the clip above.
(2 months and 24 days ago)
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