The 1975 performed “It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You)” on Corden last night. They also did a little interview.
The trailer for Swamp Thing has been released.
The notable artists on your television this week include: Weezer (Kimmel; 4/15), Cage the Elephant (Colbert; 4/16), Blood Orange (Corden; 4/16), The 1975 (Corden; 4/17).
Laci Kay Booth covered Blink-182’s “I Miss You” on American Idol over the weekend.
Chvrches and Marshmallow performed “Here With Me” on Kimmel.
Ben Platt performed on NBC’s Today this morning.
The cast of Parks and Recreation reunited for the show’s ten year anniversary last night:
“The show had an argument to make,” Schur said. “The argument was about teamwork and friendship and positivity, being optimistic and not getting cynical and believing that people can do good and believing in the power of public service and believing that if you work hard and you put your head down and believe in the people around you who are part of your team, that good things are possible. That you’ll achieve the things you want to achieve, and I don’t feel like we left anything on the table. I feel like the show sort of made its argument. And we also — maybe this was like a preventative measure or something — we did jump ahead to the year, like, 2074.”
PUP performed “Kids” on Seth Meyers last night.
The trailer for the third season of Stranger Things is here.
Ariana Grande performed “Needy” at the iHeart Radio Music Awards.
Halseyperformed at the iHeart Music Awards with Travis Barker on drums.
Maren Morris performed “Girl” on The Tonight Show.
The notable artists on your television this week include: Walk the Moon (Kimmel; 3/12), Maren Morris (Fallon; 3/11), Ellie Goulding (Colbert; 3/11), Robyn (Colbert; 3/12), Dan + Shay (Meyers; 3/11), Better Oblivion Community Center (Corden; 3/14), and Ben Platt (Ellen; 3/14).
The Jonas Brothers performed “Sucker” on Corden.
Jeopardy!’s host, Alex Trebek, has been diagnosed with cancer.