Amy Schumer should be in the middle.
In a smoke filled room, three comedians sit down to play a high stakes game of confessions and lies.
Amy Poehler, Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon take turns delivering what might be a lie or the truth. Try to sniff out the difference!
It's always a joy whenever Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are in the same room together. So, it was nice of them to share that with America when they strode their bad selves across the Tonight Show stage July 14.
They were also kind enough to share their first co-starring film since 2008's Baby Momma. It's a story where that dynamic duo plays oblivious sisters and is, fittingly, titled Sisters.
It's not amazing, but you're sure to find a few chuckles in the trailer.
David Letterman is calling it quits tonight as he airs his final show after 33 years of hosting first Late Night with David Letterman and then The Late Show with David Letterman.
The last few weeks have been filled with ongoing tributes to the long time talk show host has he bids adieu.
Here are the best goodbyes.
Krakowski echoed Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt series co-creator Tina Fey's earlier pledge that Tracy Morgan would always be welcomed onto the new Netflix show.
Last June, Morgan suffered a severe brain injury in a fatal New Jersey car collision.
The Tracking Board reports that Tina Fey and her company, Little Stranger, will be producing the project.
The sequel will pick up years after the original, focusing on a housewife who is related to the Sanderson sisters, who teams up with a witch hunter to save her children after they run afoul of some resurrected witches while out trick-or-treating. No actors from the original film have been confirmed as returning for the sequel. In fact, no actors are yet attached to the project.