On replacing CBS's Craig Ferguson, the comedienne was told "they're not considering females at this time"
A frequent guest host of "The Tonight Show" under Johnny Carson, Rivers became the first woman to headline her own late night talk show on...
Ferguson announced his exit from "Late, Late Show" earlier this year
TheWrap talks with Meyers about Craig Ferguson's replacement, and how his own show is faring around the six-month mark
CBS isn't just replacing Craig Ferguson with another white guy from the United Kingdom
Craig Ferguson's 12:35 a.m. talker has been getting beaten steadily by "Late Night" and even "Nightline"
Corden loses his cool as a guy with two bosses in "One Man, Two Guvnors"
The CBS show airs after David Letterman's show
The "Guardians of the Galaxy" star was disappointed that a long-suffering character didn't get to linger at the death of his greatest tormenter
E!'s "The Soup" host addresses reports he's replacing Craig Ferguson
The "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" actor will emcee the 30th annual TCA trophy fest
The TV veteran previously headed development at 51 Minds
"Derek" star was in the middle of the very personal exam when the doctor said, "Big fan, by the way"
"Trust Me" star says she walks around her house auditioning for parts in front of her husband, showrunner David Benioff
Legendary comedian was visiting "The Late Late Show," where he said he was being groomed to replace Johnny Carson during one of his salary disputes...
To prove he could host CBS's "Late Late Show" after Ferguson steps down, comedian did an entire talk show in a single minute
Beloved viking character, Gobber, is coming out in the upcoming "How To Train Your Dragon" film
CBS chief also says he didn't exactly offer David Letterman's spot to Harris
"We all wish him well," Letterman says
"I don't know what I'm going to do," Ferguson says
After 10 years behind the desk, host will sign off in December
A network spokesperson says 12:30 late-night slot was not part of the discussions
Colbert quickly emerged as top candidate
The news that the "Colbert Report" star would take over "The Late Show" was largely applauded on Twitter
The "Colbert Report" host signs a five-year deal with CBS, where he will take over late night gig in 2015
The "Mad Men" star cringed as Craig Ferguson played the viral clip from the '90s
Neil Patrick Harris and Stephen Colbert also top America's wish-list for Dave's replacement
Insider tells TheWrap that the star was already negotiating for a show with the network ahead of David Letterman's retirement announcement
Does anyone doubt that we live in a time of change?
NBC's handling of the last two "Tonight Show" transitions could come back to bite it -- hard