Craig Kilborn has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Splitsider' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Craig Kilborn was highly popular in August, 2015.
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[...] . As for the rest of the cast, in addition to Cole, Rauch, Richardson, and Stan, it includes Craig Kilborn, Thomas Middleditch, Dale Raoul, Cecily Strong, and more. This is very much a vehicle for [...]
[...] known as 'Bear,' established himself as the warm-up performer for the Late, Late Show with Craig Kilborn. To compliment his stand-up, he made guest-starring appearances on top television series such [...]
[...] since David Letterman, but the show existed on Comedy Central before him (first hosted by Craig Kilborn), and that felt apparent in the opening seconds. When Stephen Colbert replaced Letterman a few [...]
[...] host. The audition process was extensive, and when the dust settled, it came down to two – Craig Kilborn and me. The job went to Craig, and I was crushed. A year later, Craig split, and the network [...]
[...] into a bite-sized half-hour and focusing mostly on the day’s pop-culture tidbits. Under Craig Kilborn, it was a lot of Monica Lewinsky jokes and segments like “This Day in Hasselhoff History.” [...]
[...] Munn featuring in the final show. Stewart was 36 when he took over the show in 1999 from Craig Kilborn who fronted the program for the first three years. Stewart’s 16-year run is the second longest [...]