As fans of the show know, neither Matthew McConaughey nor Woody Harrelson will be back for the HBO show’s second season, which leaves the door open for Rogen and Kimmel to pick up where the first season left off.
This, of course, means the two must make out at some point.
Watch Kimmel’s trailer for "True Detective 2."
"Extra" caught up with Kimmel at SXSW, where the late-night host has been doing his show.
Jimmy opened up about becoming a father again with wife Molly. “My youngest son is 20 years old, I’m going to have to learn things and things have changed… It’s interesting like every ten years there seems to be a new approach, I’m going to have to learn things or just hope my wife does.”
Kimmel said Molly is feeling better after battling morning sickness. The couple doesn’t plan on finding out the gender of the baby, saying, “We don’t know, we’re not finding out.”
Jimmy also joked about his comedic feud with Matt Damon, saying, “Damon is not getting anywhere near that kid, I don’t care if he does own a zoo.”
When the conversation turned to Jimmy Fallon and the "Tonight Show," Kimmel said he keeps an eye on what the other late-night shows are doing. “Of course we watch, believe me, we watch each other like hawks.”
Jimmy will be back with more jokes from Austin Tuesday night on ABC.
Nick also offered his best advice for troubled pop star Justin Bieber.
Check it out!
The first episode of the Lindsay Lohan OWN docu-series “Lindsay” aired on Sunday, in which the troubled starlet moved from L.A. to NYC after her rehab stint and tried desperately to find an apartment.
It turns out Khloé Kardashian filed for divorce from Lamar Odom after a sisterly intervention.Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” Khloé returns home to her Tarzana pad after a trip to Dubai. Sisters Kim and Kourtney are waiting for her along with friend Malika Haqq.
If you watched the Sunday night finale of HBO’s “True Detective,” you might be scratching your head over the final plot twist that took place in the last seconds of the show.
First, let’s recap “Form and Void.” In the episode, Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) and Marty Hart (Woody Harrelson) finally get their guy, “Yellow King” Errol William Childress, son of Billy Lee Childress and a relative of the well-connected Tuttle family.
The goal is to get closer to your loved one without giving in to temptation, which is easier said than done. Watch!
"Amish Mafia" airs Tuesdays at 9 PM on Discovery.
In the upcoming episode of “Oprah Prime” on OWN, host Oprah Winfrey explores the topic of health, beauty and aging with Hollywood A-listers Cameron Diaz and Sharon Stone, who share their thoughts on body issues and feeling secure in your skin at every age.
Check out this sneak peek!
"Oprah Prime: Cameron Diaz & Sharon Stone -- Aging Gracefully" airs Sunday, March 16 at 9:00 PM ET/PT on OWN.
“Girls” creator Lena Dunham took her first crack at hosting “Saturday Night Live,” and had many memorable moments.
“I Literally Have About 1,000 Follow-Up Questions…”
Dunham channels her “Girls” character Hannah in a “Scandal” spoof, in which Lena plays a new girl who not only can’t make it to Mexico to plant a bug on a dignitary’s wife in 10 minutes, she also can’t stop marveling over how ridiculously attractive and efficient everyone on the show is.