Late Night Shows

"The Morning Show" star's "summertime photo dump" reveals a season spent knocking around with Jimmy Kimmel and Jason Bateman.
A Rolling Stone report about the toxic culture at “The Tonight Show” illustrates the perils of an unpredictable boss — and science backs that up.
In a bombshell report, current and former staff members accused Jimmy Fallon of creating a toxic work environment due to his “erratic” behavior.
The late night host's medical appointment didn't go as he expected. What happened next was even stranger.
“It’s embarrassing and I feel so bad,” Fallon said, according to employees. “Sorry if I embarrassed you and your family and friends… I feel so bad I can’t even tell you.”
In the magazine’s report, anonymous “Tonight Show” employees said they witnessed Fallon harshly reprimand another staffer in front of Seinfeld.
"Tonight Show" workers characterized the host as an erratic, bullying mess in his nine years at the helm of the historic late night franchise.
The comedian revealed the offer on “Strike Force Five,” a new podcast with his fellow late night hosts to help support workers during the writers strike.
The "Late Show" comedian's mother casually made the startling revelation.
The late night host explained what he realized about his work amid the Hollywood actors and writers strikes.