Anderson Cooper, Neil Patrick Harris and Michael Weatherly are among those (still) testing out the other chair as the syndicated talker debuts Season 29 on Sept. 5.
The clock has run out on Best Time Ever. NBC has canceled Neil Patrick Harris’ variety show after one season. However, the network will stay in business with the Emmy winner via a production deal with his Prediction Productions banner.
Harris not only did himself proud, as expected after numerous triumphs presiding over the Tonys and Emmys. Even better, he stewarded an Oscarcast that made up in charm what it lacked in suspense.
NBC has landed the actor/author/all-around host with the most to headline a U.S. version of Saturday Night Takeaway, the long-running U.K. variety show format produced by U.K.-based production company ITV. We hear multiple broadcast networks actively bid for the rights to land the Harris-hosted series, with ITV asking networks to agree to an on-the air, 10-episode order for the project.
Neil Patrick Harris has been selected to host the 87th annual Oscars. The Academy Awards will air live on ABC on Sunday, Feb. 22, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.
For the second time in just a few weeks, CBS is faced with plugging a latenight hole. This time the network should be looking beyond the usual suspects to fill it. With the impending exit of Craig Ferguson, host of The Late Late Show, at year’s end, CBS has a unique opportunity to reshape its latenight lineup.
The news comes as the How I Met Your Mother star has also signed on to host the Tonys for the fourth time.
NEW YORK (AP) — Neil Patrick Harris will be back for his fourth turn as host of the Tony Awards. The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, joint producers of the show that honors the best of Broadway, said Thursday the 67th annual awards will be broadcast live by CBS from Radio City Music […]
NEW YORK (AP) — Neil Patrick Harris will be back for his third turn hosting the Tony Awards. Producers of the show announced Tuesday that the star of the sitcom “How I Met Your Mother” and a stage veteran would be back at Manhattan’s Beacon Theatre for the ceremony honoring Broadway’s best. It will be […]