Show Schedule

January 13 - January 16, 2014

  1. Monday, January 13:

    • Courteney Cox

      Courteney Cox returns for a new season "Cougar Town" on TBS. We'll be sure to stock her dressing room with gallons of wine for her.

    • John Leguizamo

      "Ride Along" star John Leguizamo has played everything from a ground sloth to the gangster who shot Al Pacino in "Carlito's Way." Sadly, he wasn't playing the ground sloth when he shot Pacino.

    • Jamestown Revival

      Jamestown Revival's new album is called The California EP. We're really looking forward to The Delaware Mixtape.

  2. Tuesday, January 14:

    • Joel McHale

      Joel McHale stars in "Deliver Us From Evil" as a tough, experienced cop. He's armed with both a gun and a withering series of sarcastic insults.

    • Lauren Ash

      Lauren Ash stars in "Super Fun Night" as Rebel Wilson's best friend. We'd pay cash money to be besties with Rebel. We couldn't pay MUCH, but still, we'd really want to be friends.

  3. Wednesday, January 15:

    • Damian Lewis

      We're not quite caught up on "Homeland" yet but we think it's gonna be clear sailing for Damian Lewis' character from here on out!

    • Jon Bernthal

      Jon Bernthal has gone from killing zombies in "The Walking Dead" to gaming the stock market in "Wolf of Wall Street." Stockbrokers might be even scarier than zombies now that we think about it.

    • Moon Taxi

      Moon Taxi's new album is Mountains Beaches Cities. We think they're much better than their off-brand competitors, Lunar Uber.

  4. Thursday, January 16:

    • Joseph Gordon-Levitt

      The insanely talented Joseph Gordon-Levitt hosts "HitRECord On TV," a show made up entirely from an online producing collection. It's like a food co-op but with crazy-talented filmmakers instead of kale.

    • Emmy Rossum

      The beautiful Emmy Rossum tapes "Shameless" right next to our studio. O'Brien, the Gallaghers...the Irish stick together, even on the Warner Bros. lot.

    • Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings

      The incredible Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings have a new album called Give the People What They Want. We just polled The People and they all agree: more Sharon Jones, please.