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Jimmy Fallon‘s parodies should have a show of their own.

In his latest funny spoof, Fallon shows us how working at NBC is very similar to Netflix’s House Of Cards; including backstabbing, deceit, and a little suspense.

The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. on NBC. Check out the hilarious clip above.

Allison Williams is ready to fly. The GIRLS star recently announced that she’d be taking the lead role in NBC’s production of Peter Pan Live, but now she’s speaking out about her once in a lifetime character.

The news comes just after the death of legendary actor Robin Williams – who played Peter Pan back in 1995 in the film Hook. Allison told People:

“First day of flying lessons for Peter Pan. Thinking about and missing a hero of mine who once did this and left big shoes to fill.”

Allison and the rest of the cast have begun rehearsals for the performance, which will be broadcast live from a soundstage in Bethpage, New York – the same location that was used for NBC’s telecast of The Sound of Music Live.

As if Ryan Seacrest isn’t already the hardest working man in entertainment, he’s added another gig to his list. The popular TV host has inked a two-year overall deal with CBS TV Studios.

As part of the pact, Ryan Seacrest Productions – under scripted programming executive VP Nina Wass – will develop projects for broadcast and cable, as well as streaming services.

Seacrest released a statement:

“Under Nina Wass’ leadership, our scripted team has made great strides in the last two years. CBS Television Studios and David Stapf have a tremendous track record in developing ground-breaking material, and we hope our partnership will further their success. It’s truly a privilege for us to now call the studio home for our scripted division”

Congrats to the man.

SOURCE: Huffington Post, People, Hollywood Reporter | PHOTO CREDIT: Youtube, Splash, Getty

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