"Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," the online show that sees Jerry Seinfeld roll up to various comedians’ houses in some breathtaking autos, is currently in its third season, with the likes of Howard Stern and Jay Leno. And here's the good news: it will be back for at least six more seasons. Seasons four and five will run this summer and fall, respectively.
In a new interview with The Graham Norton Show airing Friday, Hugh Jackman recalls the time he nearly chopped off his own manhood while filming a scene for 2013's The Wolverine. Explaining why he now chooses to film with plastic blades when playing his X-Men character, the Australian actor says he made the switch when he accidentally cut himself just inches away from his privates with the metal claws. Jackman said "It was just the inner thigh thankfully. The metal claws had to go! You can't have bits and pieces flying off!"
Yes, Grey's Anatomy fans, the time has finally come. After exiting the ABC hit drama in the season three finale, Isaiah Washington is set to make his return as Dr. Preston Burke in tonight's episode, "We Are Never Getting Back Together." So why is Burke back? To help Grey's give Cristina a proper goodbye as Sandra Oh is set to exit the show after 10 seasons.
Anyone with even a passing awareness of Billy Eichner and Billy on the Street knows of his love for Meryl Streep. And so in honor of that, he set up this Meryl-Go-Round obstacle course starring five different versions of Meryl Streep: Doubt Meryl, Out of Africa Meryl, The Devil Wears Prada Meryl, Margaret Thatcher Meryl and Julia Child Meryl. There is a trivia section, then an obstacle course and, finally, a deceptively tame looking carnival ride. It's sort of the perfect Billy on the Street segment.