"Silicon Valley," like the real Silicon Valley, is male-dominated
Shawn Levy's adaptation of Jonathan Tropper's family dramedy novel also features Jason Bateman being emo
Drama from "Blind Side" producers tells real-life tale of four Sudanese refugees who come to the U.S.
They were recruited last minute, but were more than ready for the occasion
The "Parks and Recreation" and "House of Lies" star has big plans for his summer hiatus
"30 Rock" creator tells Seth Meyers on "Late Night" that it's all about the jacket
Warner Bros. is producing the film, which follows New York Yankees pitchers Fritz Peterson and Mike Kekich
Network also passes on comedy pilots "No Place Like Home," "Fatrick" and "Dead Boss"
That's not even counting Seasons 4 and 5, which haven't launched yet
Universal sets a Dec. 18, 2015, release date for "The Nest," a tale of two sisters returning to their high school haunts
The "Daily Show" host gives a hearty recommendation for his Comedy Central partner-in-crime
Jason Moore ("Pitch Perfect") is directing from a script by Paula Pell
The actor and two-time Emmy host addresses reports he's in the running to take over "Late Show"
...but he's confident Jimmy Fallon can face anyone
"Need For Speed" zooms overseas, "Muppets Most Wanted" may have hit nostalgia overload and "Veronica Mars" tumbled
"Muppets Most Wanted" soft, religious film "God's Not Dead" surprises and "Grand Budapest Hotel" expands strongly
The actresses will reunite for a 13-episode comedy called "Grace and Frankie" from "Friends" co-creator Marta Kauffman
The Muppet and "Tonight Show" host make for a sweet singing duo, with a wistful song about the difficulties of being green
Self-aware jokes, absurdist plot twists -- and who else would put Danny Trejo and Ray Liotta in musical numbers?
The former "Weekend Update" duo faced off in an uproarious "Lip Flip" skit
Watch the entire self-aware gang sing about their new sequel
The larger-than-life Broadway (and TV and film) legend bursts off the screen in this loving but uncompromising documentary
Lorne Michaels will also produce
Chris Wedge ("Ice Age") is directing Paramount's $100 million movie, which Mary Parent ("Noah") is producing
"Welcome to 11:30, bitch!"
The new host of the legendary program maintained his boyish charm while his parents watched from the audience
Tiny Fey, Stephen Colbert, Lindsay Lohan among special guests, as U2 claims "Tonight" for New York
Damon revealed his "Monuments Men" director and co-star wrote a fake letter on his behalf to scold the comedians for their jokes at the Golden...
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will return to host for the third year in a row
The extended spot on game day makes fun of social media's take on the upcoming movie