Late night talk shows that are usually filled with jokes and humor took a more sentimental turn as hosts like Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Myers bid farewell to David Letterman.
Saturday Night Live is a weekend institution, but if you can’t wait for Saturday to get your fix, the SNL app will more than scratch the itch.
On today’s show Chris discusses the latest on Charlie Hebdo, the current attack on freedom of speech, and former Governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee’s decision to publicly question whether or not President Obama should let his daughters listen to Beyonce music. Chris also talks with comedian Colin Quinn and former United States Secret Service agent Dan Bongino.
Already, there are promos online for the iPhone 6 — and the company recruited some big names to help sell them.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is proving again he doesn’t mind a little humiliation.
Gov. Chris Christie appears confident in his presidential prospects despite the ongoing bridge scandal that has tarnished his national reputation.
Chris details Hillary Clinton’s trouble answering questions on gay marriage, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s appearance on Jimmy Fallon, and the declining state of Iraq. He talks to CBS 3’s Beasley Reece, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, and foreign policy analyst Ed Turzanski.
Chris assesses the reaction at Rutgers following former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s decision to withdraw as their commencement speaker, a Supreme Court ruling on prayer at town council meetings, and the possibility that Jimmy Fallon brings the Tonight Show to Philadelphia.
Chris analyzes the shooting at Ft. Hood yesterday, Sarah Palin’s performance on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and DeSean Jackson’s introduction with the Washington Redskins. He also talks with Senator Pat Toomey and Michael Reagan.
Chris reviews last night’s discussion with Jim Demint at the National Constitution Center, the announcement that 7 million people have enrolled at healthcare.gov, and DeSean Jackson’s signing with the Washington Redskins. He also talks to Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
Chris details the end of the Sixers record losing streak, DeSean Jackson being released by the Eagles, and Jay Paterno dropping out of the race for Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor. He talks to President of the Heritage Foundation, Jim Demint, Phillies General Manager Ruben Amaro Jr, as well as, Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup.
Chris reviews President Obama’s NCAA Bracket, problems doctors are having with the Affordable Care Act, and Rand Paul’s reception at the University of California. He talks to Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach about voter identification, KYW News Radio’s Ian Bush from the NCAA Tournament and comedian Kyle Kinane.
By Chris Stigall PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Chris Stigall talked with comedian Jim Florentine this morning on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about the new landscape of late night television now that Jimmy Fallon has taken over […]
The Roots have served as the house band on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, which aired at 12:35 in the morning, since that show’s premiere in 2009.
Chris details the latest storm currently ravaging the region, the passage of another raise in the debt ceiling, and a plan to sue fast food restaurants to pay for health related issues. He also talks with former pitcher and new Phillies Broadcaster Jamie Moyer.