It looks like the J's (Jay, https://www.mvjohqa2n.online
Jimmy and Jimmy) could be gearing up for another battle over late night television. Reports
say that NBC may be getting ready to move Jay Leno out of his coveted 11:35 p.m. time slot in a move to catch up with Jimmy Kimmel's younger audience.
NBC has firmly denied the report, but according to The Hollywood Reporter, inside sources say that NBC may make a statement that the 2013-14 season could be the last for Leno's "The Tonight Show." And they may move the younger-skewing Jimmy
Fallon into his spot with an informal launch in the summer of 2014 before the fall season.
While Leno still does well for the network, often winning in the late-night ratings, he falls behind in the competitive, advertiser friendly 18-49 demographic -- an area where Fallon andABC's Kimmel have more success.