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Jimmy Fallon To Host Tonight Show Through 2028 As He Announces New Deal With NBC… After ‘Toxic’ Workplace Allegations

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Jimmy Fallon renewed his contract with NBC thanks to the coveted concert

It looks like Jimmy Fallon will be working late for years to come.

The Tonight Show Starring host Jimmy Fallon, 49, renewed his contract through 2028 with the NBC late-night talk show this week after recently celebrating his 10th anniversary at the coveted gig.

“For nearly 30 years, I’ve brought laughter into the homes of millions and captivated audiences from the stages of 30 Rock,” he began with the cheeky statement.

“It’s been a privilege to lead The Tonight Show and I’m excited to see what innovations I and the incredible staff will deliver in the coming years at the network,” Fallon added. ‘No, I’m not going to change my quote. Tell Mark to change his.

He was referring to NBCUniversal Media Group president Mark Lazarus, who shared a nearly identical statement in the same press release.

Jimmy Fallon will continue to host The Tonight Show through 2028, renewing his contract with NBC this week after recently celebrating his 10th anniversary at the coveted gig.

The renewal comes after Fallon was accused in September of creating a

The renewal comes after Fallon was accused in September of creating a “toxic work environment” at the show by 16 current and former employees.

“For nearly 30 years, Jimmy Fallon has brought laughter into the homes of millions and captivated audiences from the stages of 30 Rock,” he said.

“It has been a privilege to witness Jimmy front The Tonight Show and we are excited to see what innovations he and his incredible staff will deliver in the years to come on the network,” Lazarus added.

The renewal comes after Fallon was accused in September of creating a “toxic work environment” at the show by 16 current and former employees.

They allege in a Rolling Stone article that Fallon is known for his “outbursts” and “anger attacks,” forcing employees to sob in “cry rooms” and causing several of them to have suicidal thoughts.

A source told DailyMail.com at the time: “The things reported in this article happened years ago and simply do not reflect the current atmosphere.”

Fallon reportedly apologized to staff on a Zoom call. “I feel so bad I can’t even tell you,” he told them on the call, which employees said “she felt pretty serious.”

“It’s embarrassing and I feel really bad,” she allegedly said. ‘I’m sorry if I embarrassed you, your family and friends… I feel so bad I can’t even tell you.

‘I want the show to be fun, to include everyone. “It should be the best show,” Fallon added.

Last month, Fallon celebrated the 10th anniversary of her talk show with a two-hour primetime special.

They allege in a Rolling Stone article that Fallon is known for his 'outbursts' and 'anger attacks', forcing employees to sob in 'cry rooms' and causing several of them to have suicidal thoughts.

They allege in a Rolling Stone article that Fallon is known for his ‘outbursts’ and ‘anger attacks’, forcing employees to sob in ‘cry rooms’ and causing several of them to have suicidal thoughts.

A source told DailyMail.com at the time:

A source told DailyMail.com at the time: “The things reported in this article happened years ago and simply do not reflect the current atmosphere.”

Fallon reportedly apologized to staff on a Zoom call.

Fallon reportedly apologized to staff on a Zoom call. “I feel so bad I can’t even tell you,” he told them on the call, which employees said “she felt pretty serious.”

“Ten years,” Fallon said during the special. ‘It’s hard to believe, when I got the job, Joe Biden was just a fresh-faced 71-year-old man.

“That’s right, we’ve been on the air through a pandemic, two presidential elections, and 300 Fast and Furious movies.”

He added: “Of course, I want to thank my wife, my children and, above all, my lawyer, Michael Cohen.”

The comedian won an Emmy Award in 2015 for the talk show, which is taped in front of a live audience at 30 Rockefeller Center in New York City.

Fallon previously started on Saturday Night Live as a cast member from 1998 to 2004 before hosting Late Night from 2009 to 2014.

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon airs weekdays from 11:35 pm to 12:35 am ET/PT on NBC and airs the next day on Peacock.

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