...but he's confident Jimmy Fallon can face anyone
NBC's handling of the last two "Tonight Show" transitions could come back to bite it -- hard
From NBC to PBS, here's who decides what you watch
Travel to three states in a week, fixing a washing machine, and long drives to Ojai -- Leno shares his post-"Tonight Show" life with industry...
From Ben Sherwood to Gail Berman, here are some executives who might make sense
TCA 2014: Network also announces miniseries "The Slap"
Brian Robbins, Bob Greenblatt, Wesley Morris and others discuss the changes impacting the business and the opportunities in the digital space
Decisions coming soon on the "Sound of Music" follow-up and adding to the "Saturday Night Live" cast
Entertainment chief has helped NBC climb out of fourth place
"It's going to die a slow death"
"I don’t think there’s inferior product, or I wouldn’t have taken this job or wanted to work in this space"
"Nobody's better at combing this country and finding the next generation of these actors than Lorne"
Nevermind all those "Tonight Show" digs at NBC -- network chief says Leno is "one of the nicest people that you will ever meet"
Deal reunites him with producing partner Bob Greenblatt
NBC enlists "Smash" and "Book of Mormon" stars -- and America shrugs. Maybe a cannibal psychiatrist can help
Follows reported email exchange between Leno, Bob Greenblatt
After NBC boss says "Criminal Minds" is more violent than "Dexter," Tassler says it's up to parents what kids watch
NBC comes off a triumphant fall
Live adaptation from "Smash" producers expected at end of next year
Network springs from fourth to first in ratings
Jonathan Rhys Meyers plays debonair bloodsucker
NBC outlines plans for the Olympics, "Community" and Howard Stern
Harmon's clash with Chevy Chase not a factor in talks, Bob Greenblatt says
NBC's musical drama to air at midnight on most channels
Ratings for "The Voice" and "Smash" may decide whether Bob Greenblatt's first full season goes down as a success
Praises revamps of "Two and a Half Men" and "CSI"
NBC entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt regrets not clarifying earlier that show will return in spring
The holiday and early awards party circuit kicked into high gear last week, with an open house at NBC and post Globes nomination revelry
Network ekes out niche victories in summer, mid-season, and maybe even Friday
Wall Street likes the progress the paired companies have made since the January union, but the jury's still out in Hollywood