Michael Cera was a guest on The Late Show this week, and he told David Letterman about the time he and a friend had a little fun at the expense of a Sundance Film Festival audience.
Cera planted his friend in the audience and had him ask a fake question as a prank.
Chelsea Handler's Chelsea Lately ended its seven-year run Tuesday night, and the host was duly impressed.
Billy Eichner's "Billy on the Street" web videos have a major following of people who enjoy the comedian running up to innocent New Yorkers, ambushing them with absurd questions and then sometimes paying them a dollar for their troubles.
Last night's Emmy Awards, however, marked the "Billy on the Street" series' greatest exposure yet, as it featured a special pre-taped segment with Seth Meyers that looked into how New Yorkers feel about something as L.A.-centric as TV.
If you think Lena Dunham's afraid of a few critical assessments of her colorful Emmys gown, think again. The Girls creator just released an excerpt from her upcoming memoir that recounts her battle with anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder, and her many fears while growing up as a hypochondriac and germophobe.
We've already answered many of your burning Emmys questions, but one remains: Why hasn't "Colbort Report" become the new "Adele Dazeem"?
For the unfamiliar: On Monday night's Emmys, Gwen Stefani and PEOPLE's current Sexiest Man Alive Adam Levine were presenting the award for outstanding variety series when Stefani mistakenly announced the name of the eventual winner as "The Colbort Report."
Awards-wise, the 2014 Emmys played out exactly the way most people would have predicted – lots of trophies for Breaking Bad and Modern Family and assorted other laurels for veteran Emmy favorites.
Thankfully, though, we had the acceptance speeches to inject a hint of surprise into the proceedings.
"This is awesome, and I'm at a loss for words," True Detective director Cary Joji Fukunaga said while accepting the Emmy award for outstanding directing Monday night.
He was talking about his win, but he might have unintentionally been speaking for the thousands of viewers and fans of the show who never knew that Fukunaga was, well, so good-looking. Since the world was introduced to the man behind True Detective, the Internet has been positively awash with paeans to Fukunaga – including the jaw-dropping admission that he got his start working on the music video for Destiny Child's "Survivor," giving the night a much-needed dose of Beyoncé.
Here are five things you probably didn't know about everyone's new favorite half-Swedish, half-Japanese director with man-braids.
Google was keeping a sharp eye on search results during the Emmy Awards Monday night, and it was able to provide PEOPLE with the data.
It's a handy guide to figuring out what was most puzzling to viewers during the broadcast, and what they wanted to know more about as the night wore on. First up, the red carpet.
For Laverne Cox, Monday wasn't just a special night. It was a historic one.
The Orange Is the New Black star was the first openly transgender actress to be nominated for an Emmy Award. And the significance of the moment wasn't lost on her.