"Must See TV" becomes a must-see debate.
Cosimo Fusco says the sitcom's producers told him to "just say whatever you want in Italian."
"You’re supposed to be the paper of record, not the paper of record scratches," said the host of NBC's "Late Night."
NBC executives said the sitcom, which broke fresh ground in its portrayal of LGBTQ characters, will come to a close once again next year.
Lilly Singh, who will become the only woman to host a current late-night show on a broadcast TV network, is making strides in multiple ways.
Trump said he agreed to an interview with the host because of the kiss. He also allowed NBC to film a Mar-a-Lago party, attended by Jeffrey Epstein.
The couple separated after the longtime NBC anchor was fired from the "Today" show for allegedly sexually assaulting and harassing co-workers.
The social media star joked that the apparent flub got her fired from the new NBC show and even responded to a doubter.
NBC moderator Chuck Todd's question to 2020 candidates was hard to hear over chatter from other moderators' microphones that were left on while backstage.
Ten Democratic presidential hopefuls will face off Wednesday night in the first round of televised debates.
The president claimed the Middle Eastern kingdom is a "big buyer" of American goods and encouraged NBC's Chuck Todd to "take their money."
"I think I win the election easier," he told NBC's Chuck Todd.
Five of them have been stuck with unpaid bills dating back to 2016, according to an investigation by The Center for Public Integrity and NBC.
The president "is essentially siding with a murderous, authoritarian dictator," NBC's Chuck Todd told the White House press secretary.
Many women could relate to the former “Today” host’s reasons for keeping her pregnancy a secret for 32 weeks.
These shows may be leaving for the competition sooner than you'd like.
The actress who played Phoebe discussed the sitcom's 25th anniversary at a movie premiere.
The veteran improv actor is reportedly expected to return to "Saturday Night Live" next season, making way for a jam-packed year.
NBC Sports analyst Doug Glanville said he wasn't aware the gesture was made during his live broadcast.
The results come amid the worst measles outbreak in the country in 25 years.