Feb. 17 TV News: Jimmy Fallon, Netflix Announcements


After 42 years on the West Coast, “The Tonight Show” will debut where it began, in New York.

In a nod to the shows’ 60 year history, the show will air from the same studio Johnny Carson used at Rockefeller Center.

Comedian Jimmy Fallon is taking over the show from Jay Leno, who hosted it for 22 years.

Fallon’s guests for Monday are Will Smith and U-2.

Other guests expected this week are Jerry Seinfield, Lady Gaga, Kristin Wiig and Michelle Obama.
Netflix has announced that their original show “Orange is the New Black” is coming back. The streaming service set the season two premiere date for June 6.

“House of Cards” was a big hit on Valentine’s Day.

All 13 episodes of the second season were released on Friday. Internet traffic firm, Procera Networks, says 16 percent of one cable operator’s Netflix subscribers streamed at least one episode of the new season in a seven to ten hour period.

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