Coronavirus has made the holiday look incredibly different this year as many people prepare to spend it away from loved ones to reduce the spread of the virus.
Famous entertainers were dealing with the anxious election saga like most of the country; some with hilarious posts.
The TV host referenced his firing from "The Tonight Show" in a tweet about the network's controversial decision to host Trump's town hall.
The former Democratic presidential candidate hoped the "nightmare" of Trump's presidency would soon end.
Whether he was playing the straight man to Mel Brooks in "The 2000 Year Old Man" or playing hilarious characters on The Dick Van Dyke show, Reiner was a comedic force.
Mitch Hedberg died 15 years ago today. Here are 15 of the late comedian's best one-liners, to remember him by.
Clinton reportedly plans to use her show to have in-depth talks with newsmakers.
"I can't take more...more re-dac-tions."
Former first lady Michelle Obama said on Conan O'Brien's podcast that she was not interested in partisan politics.
"It's an escapist liberal fantasy," series creator Adam Reid said. "The goal is that people laugh and feel catharsis at the same time."
Late-night talk shows are slowly being phased out, replaced by weekly shows.
From Dirk Nowitzki to Conan O'Brien, just about everyone has tried their hand at impersonating Trump.
Stars remember the actor, who played Phil Fish on "Barney Miller" and Sal Tessio in "The Godfather."
"He was mind-blowingly talented, but in my experience he was also an incredibly nice person," said O'Brien.