Hillary Clinton takes shots at herself and Donald Trump in the season premiere of SNL.
Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger are behind HBO's new drama about the golden age of rock 'n' roll.
Rob, Glenn, and Charlie explain how It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia came to be for less than $200.
Questlove and Captain Kirk Douglas perform a very Simon and Garfunkel cover of "Can't Feel My Face".
With some assistance from James Corden, Matt Damon reenacts all his greatest roles on The Late Late Show.
Meet the 11 actors that voice the entire town of Springfield.
Trevor Noah honors John Stewart in his first monologue as the new Daily Show host.
Matt Damon and Jimmy Kimmel try to resolve their decade long feud by talking things through in therapy.
Agents Scully and Mulder are back on the job. The X-Files is back January 24th.
The Dude and The Rock discover how Twitter really feels about them on this edition of Mean Tweets.
Children of the 90s rejoice. Kenan and Kel are back together for this nostalgic Good Burger sketch.
Jimmy Fallon searches for The Tonight Show heir in this Empire parody.
Six teachers try to manage their students — and their own flaws. Premieres January 2016.
Stephen Colbert challenges NBA sharpshooter Stephen Curry to a round of sock tossing.
A newly single Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy give an exclusive post-breakup interview to Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Andy Samberg opened the 67th Emmy Awards with a musical tribute to the serial binge watcher.
Yoann Hervo has quite possibly created the most nightmarish Simpsons tribute ever.
On The Late Show, Kevin Spacey finally reveals who Frank Underwood's closest confidante really is.
Or the original iPhone from 2007.
Zach Galifianakis and Louis C.K. team up for what will be 2016's must-watch comedy about an aspiring clown.