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Evil Killer Drone From The Drone Spotted Terrorizing St. Louis Today!

The weather was beautiful in St. Louis today, but the tranquil was shattered when terrified St. Louisans spotted the bloody killer drone from the new horror film The Drone hovering about our city! It may have killed a few people (we’re not sure). We Are Movie Geeks was able to get these shots of the drone as it took its deadly aim! The Remote Has No Control!

We spotted The killer drone at The Arch, St. Louis University, Union Station, The Art Museum, The History Museum, The Bevo Mill, The Ferris Wheel, The Fox Theater, Grandel Square, Anheuser Buch Brewery, Art Hill and in front of the St. Louis Statue. We’re not sure where it went from there, but we’re pretty sure death and carnage followed!

From the producer of Unfriended and Searching comes the satirical horror film The Drone, arriving on DVD, Digital, and On Demand October 15 from Lionsgate.
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‘A Little Late With Lilly Singh’ Debuts Steady With Carson Daly’s ‘Last Call’ Finale Ratings

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‘A Little Late With Lilly Singh’ Debuts Steady With Carson Daly’s ‘Last Call’ Finale Ratings
Lilly Singh made her late-night debut very early Tuesday with her new NBC talk show, “A Little Late With Lilly Singh,” which put up steady ratings compared to her predecessor, Carson Daly’s, last call on the network — and his final season averages.

At 1:35 a.m., the first episode of Singh’s series, which featured guest Mindy Kaling, averaged a 0.6 rating/3 share in metered-market households, NBC’s best Monday rating in the time period with regular programming since April 1 (0.7).

“A Little Late’s” debut also received a 0.2/2 among the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic in the 25 markets with local people meters, maintaining 100% of its lead-in. That stat equals the network’s best Monday rating in the time slot with regular programming since June 18, 2018 (0.3).

Also Read: Fall TV 2019: Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows (Photos)

The final season average for Daly’s “Last Call With Carson Daly” was a 0.6 in
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‘A Little Late With Lilly Singh’ Review: YouTuber Goes Linear With A Fresh & Unapologetic Perspective

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‘A Little Late With Lilly Singh’ Review: YouTuber Goes Linear With A Fresh & Unapologetic Perspective
Lilly Singh made her transition from online to linear in the best way possible — by premiering the very first episode of her new NBC late-night show A Little Late with Lilly Singh on YouTube before it aired on television.

Taking over the 1:35am timeslot, previously held by Last Call With Carson Daly, Lilly Singh not only brings her massive “Superwoman” audience from her YouTube following but also a fresh perspective that has been absent from the late-night space — and she immediately makes that known in her opening sketch.

The show started with Singh entering a meeting of executives as they talk about what they are going to do for her new show. The room is filled with white men and Singh tries to share her ideas but they try to sculpt her into something she is not. They want her to wear bland suits and do political commentary. She
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Everything to Know About Lilly Singh Ahead of 'A Little Late's' NBC Debut

Everything to Know About Lilly Singh Ahead of 'A Little Late's' NBC Debut
Lilly Singh is ready to make history.

When her new talk show, A Little Late With Lilly Singh, premieres Monday night on NBC, she will become the first bisexual woman of color in late night. Further, in taking over the 1:35 a.m. time slot previously held by Last Call With Carson Daly, the 30-year-old YouTube creator will be the only woman currently hosting a broadcast late night show.

But there’s more to Singh than the boundaries she’s breaking. The Hollywood Reporter spent extensive time with the multihyphenate for its Aug. 21 cover story on her move into late night, including interviewing ...
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The Remote Has No Control in The Drone Coming to Digital

From the producer of Unfriended and Searching comes the satirical horror film The Drone, arriving on DVD, Digital, and On Demand October 15 from Lionsgate. Written and directed by TV comedy writer Jordan Rubin (TV’s “Last Call with Carson Daly” and various MTV Movie Award specials) alongside co-writers Al Kaplan and Jon Kaplan – and …

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The Remote Has No Control in The Drone Coming to Digital and DVD October 15th

From the producer of Unfriended and Searching comes the satirical horror film The Drone, arriving on DVD, Digital, and On Demand October 15 from Lionsgate. Written and directed by TV comedy writer Jordan Rubin (TV’s “Last Call with Carson Daly” and various MTV Movie Award specials) alongside co-writers Al Kaplan and Jon Kaplan – and in the vein of Shaun of the Dead, Zombieland, and Snakes on a Plane, The Drone stars John Brotherton, Alex Essoe, Rex Linn, Anita Briem, and Simon Rex, and will be available on DVD for the suggested retail price of $19.98.

Check out this trailer!

This terrifying, outrageous tale takes flight as a serial killer is struck by lightning while holding his precious drone. Weeks later, the drone shows up at the home of newlywed couple Chris and Rachel. Without them realizing it, the drone films the couple and takes control of their TV, computer, security system,
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‘A Little Late With Lilly Singh’ Gets NBC Premiere Date

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NBC’s new late-night series A Little Late with Lilly Singh will will premiere September 16, the network said Thursday, revealing that the show will be executive produced by alternative and late-night veteran John Irwin, whose credits include a mix of late-night (Late Night With Conan O’Brien), sketch comedy (MadTV) and specials fare.

The half-hour program, which takes over the slot held by Last Call With Carson Daly, which ended its run in May after 18 seasons and more than 2,000 episodes. Singh, who first emerged as a YouTube star with more than 15 million subscribers to her channel, will be the only woman to currently host a late-night talk show among the Big 4 networks.

A Little Late, which airs at 1:35 Am, will feature in-studio interviews, and Singh will create and star in pretaped comedy sketches and segments that jibe with
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Samantha Bee Isn’t Thrilled to Be the Last Woman Standing in Late Night

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Samantha Bee Isn’t Thrilled to Be the Last Woman Standing in Late Night
Samantha Bee is now the only female host in late night, and that’s a stat she’s not happy about. “It’s a bit unsettling,” Bee recently told Variety. “It’s been a bad year to be a woman in this space. It’s not really a badge that I want to wear.”

Shows that have been canceled over the past year include E!’s “Busy Tonight,” hosted by Busy Philipps; Hulu’s Sarah Silverman series “I Love You, America”; Michelle Wolf’s Netflix show “The Break”; and Bet’s “The Rundown” with Robin Thede. Before that, Chelsea Handler’s Netflix talk show was also axed after two years.

“I don’t feel good being the last woman standing in this space currently,” Bee said. “It doesn’t fill my heart with gladness that Busy was canceled, Michelle Wolf’s show is gone, Sarah Silverman’s show is gone.
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‘Last Call With Carson Daly’ Bids Farewell To Late Night Television

‘Last Call With Carson Daly’ Bids Farewell To Late Night Television
After 18 seasons and more than 2,000 episodes, Last Call With Carson Daly ended its run last night.

“I am proud as hell of Last Call,” Daly said to start his final episode. “The littlest, scrappiest show on late night, it’s been my home and personal playground for almost two decades, and I’m eternally grateful for the opportunities, the friendships and all the lasting memories I’ve made along the way.”

ILast Call will be succeeded by a new late-night show hosted by YouTube star Lilly Singh. The show will be called A Little Late with Lilly Singh and will bow in September.

Daly will continue in his role as the host of singing competition The Voice on NBC.

“I wanted a late night show that felt like it was happening late at night, and I wanted to feature great guests, important conversations, killer music, and if at all possible,
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Carson Daly's 'Last Call' Airs Final Episode: "The Little Show That Could"

Carson Daly's 'Last Call' Airs Final Episode:
Concluding a whopping 18 seasons and 2,000 episodes, Last Call With Carson Daly bowed for the last time Friday. NBC announced its plan to end the show back in February, noting that Daly had decided to spend more time with his family.

The late-night talk show began in 2002, featuring Alicia Keys as the musical guest in its debut episode and continuing with major names including Gwyneth Paltrow, Busta Rhymes, LL Cool J and Puff Daddy in the first season. Gaining momentum early on, it went on to air five nights weekly, typically featuring longform interviews with creatives and performances ...
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Lilly Singh Officially Becomes the Only Female Late-Night Host on a Major TV Network

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Lilly Singh Officially Becomes the Only Female Late-Night Host on a Major TV Network
In a special announcement on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday, Canadian YouTube comedian Lilly Singh revealed that she will be hosting her own show on NBC called A Little Late With Lilly Singh! It's about time network TV made room for a new late-night host, no?

"Ya girl is getting her own NBC late-night show!" Singh announced, officially making her the only female late-night host on a major television network. Singh will add some much-needed diversity to the late-night television community as an Indian woman, as well as a member of the Lgbtq+ community.

When asked what the new show will be like, Singh jokingly told Fallon it will be "kind of like my YouTube channel, but just, you know, now I have more than three staff members." Singh - also known by her loyal YouTube community as Superwoman - joined the video platform in 2010 and has
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Lilly Singh Officially Becomes the Only Female Late-Night Host on a Major TV Network

In a special announcement on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday, Canadian YouTube comedian Lilly Singh revealed that she will be hosting her own show on NBC called A Little Late With Lilly Singh! It's about time network TV made room for a new late-night host, no?

"Ya girl is getting her own NBC late-night show!" Singh announced, officially making her the only female late-night host on a major television network. Singh will add some much-needed diversity to the late-night television community as an Indian woman, as well as a member of the Lgbtq+ community.

When asked what the new show will be like, Singh jokingly told Fallon it will be "kind of like my YouTube channel, but just, you know, now I have more than three staff members." Singh - also known by her loyal YouTube community as Superwoman - joined the video platform in 2010 and has
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NBC Taps YouTube Star Lilly Singh to Fill Carson Daly's Late-Night Slot

NBC’s new late-night star is coming straight from YouTube: Comedian Lilly Singh, who rose to fame as a YouTube star, will host a new late-night show for the Peacock network, taking over Carson Daly’s former 1:35 am time slot.

Singh’s new show, titled A Little Late With Lilly Singh, will feature her conducting in-studio interviews, along with creating and starring in pre-taped comedy sketches and other “signature segments,” per the network. The show is slated to debut in September, taking over for Last Call With Carson Daly, which was axed last month after a 17-year run.
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NBC Taps Lilly Singh to Replace Carson Daly in Late Night

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NBC Taps Lilly Singh to Replace Carson Daly in Late Night
Lilly Singh, who first amassed fame as a YouTube star, has been tapped to replace Carson Daly as the host of NBC’s 1:35 a.m. talk show.

The retitled “A Little Late with Lilly Singh” will launch in September, and as noted by NBC, will make her the only female to currently host a late-night talk show on one of the Big 4 networks.

“A Little Late” will feature Singh conducting in-studio interviews, as well as feature pre-taped comedy sketches and other “signature elements.”

“Lilly is truly a star and we’re thrilled to welcome her to our NBC family,” said Doug Vaughan, executive vice president, special programs and late night, NBC Entertainment. “She is a multi-talented performer who will surely have a great rapport with not only all her guests but also with our devoted late-night audience. We can’t wait to get started.”

Singh was set to appear
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YouTube Star Lilly Singh to Replace Carson Daly in NBC Late-Night Slot

NBC has found its next late-night host. 

Comedian and YouTube star Lilly Singh is taking over the 1:30 a.m. spot currently occupied by Last Call With Carson Daly, which will make her the only woman with a late-night talk show on a broadcast network.

Her new show, A Little Late With Lilly Singh, is set to debut in September. The half-hour program will feature in-studio interviews and pre-taped comedy sketches and segments. 

"An Indian-Canadian woman with her own late-night show? Now that is a dream come true," Singh said Thursday in a release announcing the news....
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‘Last Call With Carson Daly’ to End NBC Run After Nearly Two Decades

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‘Last Call With Carson Daly’ to End NBC Run After Nearly Two Decades
NBC late-night series “Last Call with Carson Daly” is coming to an end.

Daly is stepping away from the series but will continue on as the host of the Orange Room on “Today” as well as the host and producer of “The Voice” for NBC.

Last Call” first launched in 2002 and will have aired 2000 episodes upon its conclusion. A date for the final episode and a new show for the 1:30 a.m. weeknight timeslot will be announced at a later date.

“If you had told me in 2002 I would be a part of the historic NBC late-night family for 17 years, I would have said you were crazy!” Daly said. “Hard to believe it’s been so long – 2,000 episodes. It’s time to move on to something new and let someone else have access to this incredible platform.”

“I’m forever grateful and proud to all who have worked with
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'Last Call With Carson Daly' Ending After 17 Years on NBC

NBC is giving a last call to Last Call With Carson Daly, announcing plans to wind down the late-night show after 17 years.

The network says Daly decided to step away from Last Call in part to have more time with his family, though he will still be a prominent face on NBC. Daly will continue his duties as host of The Voice in primetime and on Today, where he delivers social media-driven reports from the show's Orange Room.

NBC will continue programming the 1:30 a.m. slot, with a new show to be announced soon. 

One potential candidate: Chelsea Handler, who ...
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Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Tonight Show’ Hits 2-Year Ratings High With Thanksgiving Episode

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Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Tonight Show’ Hits 2-Year Ratings High With Thanksgiving Episode
Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers and Carson Daly are thankful for primetime NFL football on Thanksgiving: The three NBC late-night hosts hit 2-year ratings highs on Thanksgiving.

And Carson was an encore.

“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” scored a 1.43 rating among adults under 50 on Turkey Day. “Late Night With Seth Meyers” had a 0.72, marking the best-rated episodes of both shows since their respective 2016 installments, not including a special post-Super Bowl episode of “The Tonight Show” earlier this year.

Also Read: Macy's Thanksgiving Parade Draws 23.7 Million Viewers, Out-Rates Grammys for First Time Ever

In terms of total audience, Thursday’s “Tonight Show,” which began at 12:04 a.m. Et, averaged 4.659 million viewers, making it the late-night staple’s most-watched episode since the February installment following the Winter Olympics opening ceremony.

Meyers was watched by 2.411 million total viewers, his most-watched episode since 2015.

The post-football bump was also enough to lift “Last Call with Carson Daly
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Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek Crack Up During a Sons of Anarchy vs. Mr. Robot Debate

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Who do you like more: Jax Teller or Elliot Alderson? Papillon costars Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek compared their fan-favorite TV characters during an appearance on Last Call With Carson Daly, and there was a clear winner. Well, to be fair, as soon as the actors were asked which show was better, Hunnam jumped in to say Mr. Robot, explaining, "I've certainly seen more episodes of Mr. Robot than Sons of Anarchy." And asked whether he could ever play Jax Teller, Malek joked, "Who?"

The actors have been making the rounds to promote their new movie, making one very handsome pair on the red carpet. Check out the full video to hear what they have to say about working together, then watch the trailer for Papillon.
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Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek Crack Up During a Sons of Anarchy vs. Mr. Robot Debate

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Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek Crack Up During a Sons of Anarchy vs. Mr. Robot Debate
Who do you like more: Jax Teller or Elliot Alderson? Papillon costars Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek compared their fan-favorite TV characters during an appearance on Last Call With Carson Daly, and there was a clear winner. Well, to be fair, as soon as the actors were asked which show was better, Hunnam jumped in to say Mr. Robot, explaining, "I've certainly seen more episodes of Mr. Robot than Sons of Anarchy." And asked whether he could ever play Jax Teller, Malek joked, "Who?"

The actors have been making the rounds to promote their new movie, making one very handsome pair on the red carpet. Check out the full video to hear what they have to say about working together, then watch the trailer for Papillon.
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