Knowledge Identifier: $Entertainment_Tonight
Category: Movies & TV (400)
Launched in 2005.
Countries: United States (73%), (7%), (4%)
Linked to: CBS Corporation, Penske Media Corporation, Time Inc.
Indonesia's JakTV aired the show for only a year during 2005
Pauley Perrette - Perrette toured the real NCIS offices on September 30, 2005, accompanied by an "Entertainment Tonight" camera crew
Bonnie Pointer - On May 4, 2006, shortly after the death of her sister June, Bonnie appeared on "Entertainment Tonight" saying her sisters had not fulfilled June's burial wishes, thus cremating her because it was cheaper
Thea Andrews - She was a correspondent and host on "Entertainment Tonight" from November 2006-October 2009
Thea Andrews - Since joining "Entertainment Tonight" in November 2006, Andrews has interviewed many of the industry's most newsworthy celebrities, including Will Smith, Leonardo DiCaprio, Steve Carell, Hugh Jackman, Tom Cruise, Jim Carrey, Russell Crowe, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Anne Hathaway, Kirk Douglas, Marie Osmond, and Ellen DeGeneres
Thea Andrews - On November 16, 2006, Andrews made her debut as a correspondent on "Entertainment Tonight" that is where she continued to work until October 2009
Bel Air Film Festival - Honorees at the 2008 festival included Anya Sarre, celebrity stylist and head fashion stylist for Entertainment Tonight, The Insider and ET on MTV; and Orian Williams, producer of the award-winning film Control and one of Variety's "10 Producers to Watch"
Corbin Bleu - Also in 2009, he is Voice in "Beyond All Boundaries", and appeared on "Entertainment Tonight" and "The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet"
Rue McClanahan - It was announced on January 14, 2010, by "Entertainment Tonight" that, while recovering from surgery, she had suffered a minor stroke
Samantha Harris - Harris announced on January 28, 2010 that she would leave "Dancing with the Stars" to focus on other projects like her correspondent duties at "The Insider" and "Entertainment Tonight"
Green Lantern (film) - The footage was widely released online in November 2010 with thirty seconds of footage airing the following day on "Entertainment Tonight"
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides - The first footage from the film appeared on "Entertainment Tonight" on December 4, 2010
Chris Jacobs (actor) - On March 5, 2011, it was announced that he had been named a correspondent for "Entertainment Tonight"
Rocsi - In the fall of 2012, she was announced as a new correspondent of "Entertainment Tonight" with Nancy O'Dell
Carrie Underwood - The music video for "Good Girl" premiered on "Entertainment Tonight" and on "VEVO" on March 12, 2012
Whitney Houston - The video was shot over 2 days, and a sneak peek of the video premiered on "Entertainment Tonight" on June 4, 2012
Rocsi - On 19 November 2012 Diaz joined Entertainment Tonight as a daily correspondant and weekend co-host
Chris Jacobs (actor) - From 2013, when Jacobs left "Entertainment Tonight", he became a weekend presenter for the NFL Network
Debbie Rowe - In April 2014, Rowe announced on Entertainment Tonight that she was engaged to music producer and former Neverland Ranch videographer Marc Schaffel, who worked with Jackson on his 9/11 charity single "What More Can I Give"
Wayne Brady - Wayne stated in a November 2014 "Entertainment Tonight" interview that he suffers from clinical depression, and that he suffered a mental breakdown on his 42nd birthday
Anthony Kiedis - In a May 20, 2016 interview with Entertainment Tonight Canada, his first since being released from the hospital, Kiedis said that his illness was brought on by an "inflammation in my guts" which he said was complicated by a recent stomach virus and existing scar tissue from previous hernia operations which required his stomach being pumped at the hospital due to his food not being able to properly digest
Batman in film - '" Manganiello revealed to Entertainment Tonight in an interview that filming will start in spring 2017 while Irons has stated it may be filmed in summer 2017
In 2018 "ET" will be premier in Thai version called ET Thailand
Lil Mama - On September 25, 2018 Entertainment Tonight announced that Lil Mama would join the cast of the The CW All American as a supporting Character Chynna Q. this will be her first acting role since the Falicia Blakely Story