NBC's Next Musical Will Be Hairspray

The network's president Robert Greenblatt says that, despite an incident involving alcohol previous year in which he almost ripped off his own finger after falling, his relationship with drinking is perfectly normal, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

"[Thursday] has been a very challenging night for us for the past few years".

Some critics questioned Mr. Greenblatt about the decision to have presidential candidate Donald Trump host "Saturday Night Live".

Despite the falls, Fallon has consolidated his strength in the ratings. The statement was likely made to counter an article from back in November in the New York Post accusing the Tonight Show host of having a drinking problem that was causing his injuries. "People usually assume we're No. 1 (in the 18-49 demographic) because of the unique advantage we have with football...but I also want to point out that when you factor out sports we are also No. 1 with entertainment programming only". On Feb. 21, the network will air an all-star tribute to legendary TV director James Burrows that will feature appearances by the cast members of numerous shows he directed, including all six stars from Friends.

NBC has been at the forefront of the current push into live entertainment programming on the broadcast networks with its live musicals, comedy Undateable and Best Time Ever. "He laughed at me", she said. However, he offered the caveat that the network is still working on closing deals. A remake, starring John Travolta as Tracy's mother, premiered in 2007, the same year that another production of the musical version opened in London. Theater legend Audra MacDonald did NBC's The Sound Of Music Live and would make an awesome Motormouth Maybelle since Queen Latifah is unlikely to return. And we just happen to get into business with Jennifer and Eva.

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