Fallon Will Make ‘Tonight’ New by Honoring Old

Calling Jimmy Fallon “less cranky than Letterman, more hip than Leno…nicer than Kimmel, funnier than Conan, and more musical than them all,” Denver Post TV critic Joanne Ostrow believes the new host of “The Tonight Show” will breathe fresh air into the long-running show by paying homage to much of its past.

Ostrow looks at the road that led to Fallon’s latest gig, his influences, and his plans to appeal to millennials in part with classic ‘Tonight Show” fare like stunt sketches, prank phone calls, and other silliness.  Read Ostrow’s full article here.