Emmys 2020 was an audience-less, contactless, socially distanced television extravaganza in the age of coronavirus.
"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" leads the charge with a bunch of Emmy Nominations.
Many conservative Twitter accounts are jumping on the cancel culture bandwagon in an attempt to discredit celebrities who have been vocal opposers of President Donald Trump.
"There is nothing more important to me than your respect, and I apologize to those who were genuinely hurt or offended by the makeup I wore or the words I spoke," the late night show host said.
Kimmel recently came under fire for a parody song where he used the n-word and sketches from "The Man Show," where he performed in blackface.
The late-night comedian imitated Black performers, apparently used the n-word and appeared in blackface several times in recently unearthed clips.
The clip from Jimmy Kimmel Live! features a then 23-year-old Fox discuss how director Michael Bay made her "dance underneath a waterfall" in a bikini when she was 15-years-old as an audition to be an extra in "Bad Boys II."
The late-night personality previously hosted the 2012 and 2016 Emmy Awards ceremonies.
"Fred was always funny," Kimmel said during his Monday show. "He was more than funny. He had a light inside of him."
"I would like the vice president—since he asked me to apologize—to ask his boss, who lies every time there isn't a McNugget in his mouth, to apologize for the following perversions of decency and democracy," Jimmy Kimmel said.
A deceptively edited video clip used in a 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' segment inaccurately portrayed vice president Mike Pence as manipulating a photo op with empty boxes of PPE.
"He'd be yelling at some reporter and saying, 'This is why I know about the aliens and you don't!'" Kimmel said during his quarantined monologue on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Tuesday.
The president told governors they could start reopening states by May 1 if they wanted to, but some late-night hosts (and health experts) thought that was too soon.
Plus Demi Lovato and Jimmy Fallon painted portraits of each other while Elizabeth Warren tells Seth Meyers how she would have tackled coronavirus.
"What we're not talking about right now, Seth, is that if you're making 14 bucks an hour, 12 bucks an hour and that check stops coming in, which is the case, how are you going to feed your family? How are you going to pay the rent?" Bernie Sanders said during a Monday appearance.
Pete Buttigieg opened up in a 'New York' interview about his experience hosting "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" for an audience-less episode during the coronavirus outbreak.
"He said he was going to be a wartime chief and commander during this period, but he hasn't done what is rational to do," the former vice president told Jimmy Kimmel.
"I don't remember even being on the show. I have such a bad memory," the actress told Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday.
"I would also take my chances with coronavirus if the alternative were spending months trapped in the house with Eric [Trump]," Noah said on 'The Daily Show' on Tuesday.
In his latest 'Quarantine Minilogue' on YouTube, the late-night television host skewered Trump's plans to reopen business by Easter.
You'll want to watch Jimmy Kimmel interview Bill Burr from the safety of his vehicle.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus also talked about the horrors of cooking healthy at home—and not being able to just make orange cake for her family—with Kimmel.
Trevor Noah checked in with his new format, "The Tonight Show: At Home," and Samantha Bee showed off her wood chopping skills on "Beeing At Home."
Both late-night TV hosts shared "minilogues" from home while self-quarantining.
Underwear was a key element in the winning question during the 'Star Trek' trivia game between Sir Patrick Stewart and former presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg as Buttigieg filled in for Jimmy Kimmel on his late-night ABC show.
The hosts held no bars while ripping on the coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday.
According to one man on the street, salt licks are the key to prevention. Like, for cows.
Whether you're more comfortable bumping fists, throwing up a peace sign, or air-guitarring, the internet has plenty of alternatives to shaking hands to prevent the coronavirus' spread.
During his monologue on Monday, Jimmy Kimmel shared an epiphany he had over the weekend: his daughter and Donald Trump have a lot in common.
The "Star Wars" actor's cursing amused both the audience and Kimmel.