SNL Video: Tracy Morgan Fakes Memory Loss, Promises Impregnations
Tracy Morgan returns to NBC’s Saturday Night Live this weekend for the first time since his June 2014 car accident — and he’s got big plans. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Tracy Morgan Gives Emotional Speech at Emmys After Near-Fatal Accident
A year ago, we wouldn’t have expected Tracy Morgan to present the award for Outstanding Drama Series at the Emmys. Then again, a year ago, we wouldn’t have expected to see Morgan on stage at all. READ MORE
TVLine Items: First Downton Season 5 Photos, Emmy Presenters and More
Ahead of Downton Abbey‘s Season 5 premiere — it returns on Jan. 4, 2015, here in the states — the drama has released two new (and very telling) pictures of Mary and Tom’s children on its official Instagram. READ MORE
Tracy Morgan in Critical Condition Following Car Crash [Updated]
TVLine Items: FX Greenlights Tracy Morgan Pilot, Fox to Air Anger Management and More
Tracy Jordan no more, Tracy Morgan is looking to bring a new kooky character to TV.
FX on Thursday gave the green light to a comedy pilot starring the 30 Rock alum, titled Death Pact. READ MORE
30 Rock's Tracy Morgan Declares, 'If I Had a Gay Son I Would Love Him'
Tracy Morgan’s headline-grabbing Damage Control Tour continues.
30 Rock's Cheyenne Jackson 'Disgusted and Appalled' By Tracy Morgan's Anti-Gay Rant
Tracy Morgan’s 30 Rock costar Cheyenne Jackson has joined a growing list of celebs condemning the comedian for his anti-gay rant last week — during which he said he’d “stab” his son if he turned out to be gay. Morgan apologized on Thursday for going “too far” with the comedy club act, but that hasn’t quieted the chorus of criticism.
Tina Fey Calls Tracy Morgan's Anti-Gay Rant 'Disturbing,' Hopes His Apology Is Accepted
Tracy Morgan is apologizing for his “choice of words” during an anti-gay rant he unleashed at a Nashville, Tenn., comedy club last week — during which he suggested he’d “stab” his son if he turned out to be an effeminate homosexual. The 30 Rock star added that gay people should stop whining about bullying. …READ MORE
Emmys 2011: Sizing Up the Supporting Comedy Actor Race, Including Our Dream Nominees
There are few certainties about the 2011 Emmys derby, but rest assured this is one of them: if you’re a male performer on a sitcom not called Modern Family, you face an uphill battle elbowing your way into the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series race. Even without a nod for patriarch Ed O’Neill last year, ABC’s hit comedy accounted for half of all the category’s nominations. So the question this year isn’t whether the Family men will make another strong showing — they will — but rather who’ll snap up the remaining spots. Here’s how things look going into nomination season. REVIEW CONTENDERS & VOTE