A Super Excited Jason Momoa Is Naked and Roaming the Halls of Saturday Night Live. His episode hasn't even aired yet, and Jason Momoa might just be the most stoked Saturday Night Live host ever. Momoa's first promo for his gig, features the Aquaman star acting as an NBC page, doing the most to get a caller some very vital information. There's dancing, action sequences and lots of hairography. Momoa forever. But that's not all! We told you he's doing the most: Momoa roamed the halls of Saturday Night Live's iconic studio 8H naked. Well, with a towel, but in the Instagram post, he starts out in his dressing room shower and goes in search of the SNL writers in his birthday suit (plus a towel). Momoa is making his hosting debut on Saturday, Dec. 8 with musical guests Mumford and Sons. He's also posted a number of behind-the-scenes videos on Instagram and a promo reviving his Game of Thrones character Khal Drogo. You see, if you don't watch Saturday Night Live, Drogo is going to come to your house and... then, well, watch the video. Saturday Night Live airs Saturdays, 11:35 p.m. on NBC. (Eonline)

Jeff Goldblum's 'Thank U, Jeff' hilariously parodies Ariana Grande. "Thank U, Jeff" is the "Thank U, Next" parody Arianators didn't know they needed. Jeff Goldblum appeared on "The Late Late Show" where he and host James Corden created their own version of Ariana Grande's hit track and music video. In the spoof, Corden dresses in silk pajamas and sings about the "Nine Months" actor while looking at his Goldblum-dedicated Burn Book that's filled with odes to the 66-year-old actor. "First saw him in 'The Fly,' where his face was grotesque. Then he won independence from an alien mess," Corden sang, referring to "Independence Day." "In 'Thor: Ragnarok,' his performance was classic. But who could forget the hot doctor that he played in 'Jurassic?'" Later in the video, Goldblum takes on Kris Jenner's imitation of Amy Poehler from the original video and holds up a video camera to record Corden on stage as he dances with men dressed as Goldblum's most iconic characters. Grande caught wind of the spoof and immediately requested Corden's Burn Book. "omg... ... may i please... please for christmas have the thank u, jeff book? it's for a friend. promise," she tweeted. (PageSix)

Jimmy Kimmel's daughter used Jennifer Aniston's backyard as a bathroom. Jimmy Kimmel and Jennifer Aniston played tit-for-tat Wednesday on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," which resulted in the former "Friends" star revealing a stinker of a secret about the comedian's 4-year-old daughter, Jane. Reflecting on their Friendsgiving festivities, which Aniston, 49, hosts at her home the day before Thanksgiving, Kimmel, 51, griped about how her menu is similar to his on the actual holiday. "On Thanksgiving, I cook a lot of stuff, the normal turkey, yams or sweet potatoes, you know, the whole deal, but then at your event we had the same thing everyone had the night before again," Kimmel said. After Kimmel suggested switching up the dishes for her friendly event, Aniston then replied, "Listen, I'll make a deal. If we do this, can we talk about your children not using my backyard as a bathroom?" Aniston then revealed Kimmel's wife, Molly McNearney, told her about the incident a year later. "They said, 'We have to tell you something that happened.' And they said last year, cause Jane was a lot younger, she took a st in the backyard," Aniston explained. "Right next to the beautiful pool." The "Dumplin'" actress said McNearney asked the bartenders at Aniston's house for doggie bags. Kimmel told Aniston turkey was to blame. "You know why that happened? Because she was so full of turkey," he quipped. (PageSix)

Sky Germany Orders Second Season of 'Das Boot' Series. The TV sequel to Wolfgang Petersen's classic submarine drama, starring Vicky Krieps, Tom Wlaschiha and Thierry Fremont, was a ratings hit on Sky in Germany. Sky Germany has greenlit a second season of Das Boot, its TV sequel to Wolfgang Petersen's classic submarine drama. The first season of the WW2 drama, which is set after the events of Petersen's 1981 film, was a ratings hit for Sky, with more than 1.13 million viewers catching the limited series on TV and a further 1.89 million watching the eight-episode series on demand. Sky announced Thursday that it has commissioned a second season of Das Boot, together with co-producers Bavaria Fiction and Sonar Entertainment. The second season is set to begin production next year. The plot of the Das Boot series picks up the story in the fall of 1942, after the British have cracked the German navy's Enigma code and have turned the tide in the submarine war. Fatalities among German submarine crews has shot up, making every mission akin to suicide. The series follows the U-612, which launches from occupied France on its Maiden voyage. The series follows both the crew on board, under command of Captain Klaus Hoffmann (Rick Okon), and the lives of those left behind, including Simone Strasser (Vicky Krieps), a woman caught between loyalty to the Germans and to the French resistance, who is hiding a dangerous, and forbidden, love affair. Budgeted at just over $30 million, Das Boot co-stars Tom Wlaschiha (Game of Thrones), August Wittgenstein (The Crown) and Lizzy Caplan (Masters of Sex). Andreas Prochaska (The Dark Valley) directed. The Das Boot series has been sold to more than 100 countries worldwide, with Hulu taking the series in the U.S., Starzplay picking up rights in France and across South America, and SBS acquiring Australian rights, among others. Sky bowed the series across


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