This Week in Comedy: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Are Hosting the Next Two Golden Globes, and ‘Community’ Is Coming Back

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-Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host the Golden Globes for the next two years.

-Kenan Thompson gave a quote about SNL’s lack of diversity, and we investigated the issue in-depth.

-NBC announced Community is coming back in January.

-Former Academic Supervisor of UCB NY Will Hines wrote about improv as a religion and why people get obsessed.

-South Park missed its deadline for the first time in 16 years due to a power outage at the studio.

-We looked at how Louis C.K.’s directing style helps translate his standup to the screen in Louie.

-We reviewed The Birthday Boys’ new IFC show, which starts tonight, and also interviewed them about it.

-In a succession of Instagrammed notes, Donald Glover sort of explained why he left Community.

-New sitcoms Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Crazy Ones, Mom, and The Millers all received full season orders.

-Bill Watterson, the creator of Calvin and Hobbes, gave his first interview in years.

-The trailer for Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel was released.

-We interviewed standups Andy KindlerJimmy Pardoand Cameron Esposito.

-We dug up rare TV pilots starring Bob Odenkirk, Patton Oswalt, Andy Kaufman, and more.

-We looked at what it’s like to write for a late night talk show.

-IFC renewed Comedy Bang! Bang! for a third season.

-We looked back at Bob and Ray, Jane, Laraine, and Gilda.

-Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will make cameos on Better Call Saul, Bob Odenkirk’s Breaking Bad spinoff.

-We recommended the week’s best podcasts, the web series Precious Plum, and the Twitter feed of @ShawnPearlman.

And here are your Top Five Web Comedy Videos of the Week:

Fred Armisen - “The Clash: The Last Gang in Town” (via Funny or Die)

Tubbin’ with Tash - “Eric Andre” (via JASH)

The Midnight Show - “eHarmoncestry.com”

Sound Advice - “The Both (Ted Leo & Aimee Mann)” (via Above Average)

Scraps - “Author Wrote a Fucking Book” (via UCBComedy)