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Playbill NewsJan 16, 2019
Jimmy Fallon Joins Puerto Rico Hamilton for ‘The Story of Tonight'
The late-night host sings alongside Lin-Manuel Miranda to open The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Yahoo! TVJan 16, 2019
Midseason TV 2019: Complete List of Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows (Updating)
The new year is here — and so is midseason TV.While fall brought with it the returns of your favorite broadcast shows — and the debuts of several new ones — the colder months mark the time when many of those series go into hibernation and fresh programming wakes up.Because the Big 4 and The CW are now gearing up to launch several new shows — and bring back a lot of your faves — TheWrap has rounded up the list of 2019's broadcast premiere dates.Also Read: CBS Sets Premiere Date for Ava Duvernay's 'The Red Line,' Will Air the Whole Series Over 4 WeeksWe've got launch days for NBC's new series "The Enemy Within" and a new season of "The Voice."  On Fox, there are the series premieres of "Proven Innocent" and "Mental Samurai" The CW will debut "Roswell, New Mexico" and "In the Dark" and start up the final seasons of "Jane the Virgin" and "iZombie."CBS is ringing in a new year of "Big Brother: Celebrity Edition" — still hosted by Julie Chen Moonves — and new series like "The World's Best" and "The Red Line." And ABC will bring you a fresh season of the "American Idol" revival and new drama "Whiskey Cavalier."See the full list of broadcast's midseason premiere dates below, which TheWrap will continue to update as more become available.Also Read: The CW Sets Spring Premiere Dates for Final Seasons of 'Jane the Virgin,' 'iZombie'Tuesday, January 1 8 p.m. "The Gifted" (Fox, winter premiere) 9 p.m.

Billboard Music NewsJan 16, 2019
Bad Bunny, Jimmy Fallon Lead a Colorful Parade Through The Streets of Puerto Rico: Watch
Jimmy Fallon loves Puerto Rico, and he showed it in his own inimitable way on Tuesday as The Tonight Show visited the island and honed in on its...

TV by the NumbersJan 15, 2019
Late-night ratings, Jan. 7-11, 2019: ‘Late Show' climbs back up
With the holiday break officially over, the late-night shows returned…

Yahoo! BooksJan 15, 2019
Steve King's Fall Offers Three Lessons for Conservatives
All of his fellow Republicans supported the action - he even voted for it himself, to show his remorse - and earlier this week, the party's leaders stripped King of his committee assignments. Several GOP members are telling him to resign. In a statement a week following the original Times report, King denied that he meant this.

NYTimes ArtsJan 15, 2019
Streaming Movie Review: ‘The Last Laugh' Review: A Mawkish Attempt at an Old Kind of Schtick
Though seemingly an effort to showcase the talents of Chevy Chase, this moribund project's single saving grace is his co-star Richard Dreyfuss.

Yahoo! TVJan 15, 2019
‘The Daily Show' Gives Trump the ‘Drunk History' Treatment (Video)
In a rare network crossover, "Drunk History" co-creator and host Derek Waters showed up on Monday night's episode of "They Daily Show" for a guest sketch called "Trump History" that looked at some of Trump's wackier statements about American history. If you have never seen "Drunk History," here's the deal: every episode, a comedian is invited to get very drunk, then talk on camera about a favorite story from history. The inebriated recounting of the past is used as the script for a reenactment of said events, usually featuring other comedians in the roles of important people of history. Also Read: 'Family Guy' Bosses Explain 'Clearly Offensive' Trump Episode Scene Now, Trump is a famously self-proclaimed teetotaler, so "Trump History" doesn't featuring him drinking. It does feature a weird retelling of the American Civil War, featuring statements he's made about people like Abraham Lincoln (including his coining of the weird word "imigining") and Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. It helps, of course, that Trump's off-the-cuff oratorical style has kind of a slurry quality. The clip features the cast of "The Daily Show" in various roles, and like the normal version of "Drunk History," it's pretty funny. Watch the whole clip above. Read original story ‘The Daily Show' Gives Trump the ‘Drunk History' Treatment (Video) At TheWrap

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