-The Daily Show hired Hasan Minhaj and Trevor Noah as new correspondents.
-Tom Scharpling’s The Best Show is returning next month.
-Sarah Silverman returned to SNL.
-Cameron Esposito talked to us about the business of being herself.
-We broke down the dispute between Groundlings and SNL over the “Rivers Sisters” sketch and SNL’s parallel thinking excuse.
-Broken Lizard’s Steve Lemme says Super Troopers 2 is set to film next year.
-We talked to Dan Harmon about Harmontown, the new documentary that he’s the subject of.
-Cameron Crowe wants to stop NBC development of a Say Anything series.
-Funny or Die launched its very own news vertical.
-Pete Holmes talked to us about setting goals and loving yourself.
-Our Second City Archives unearthed a gem in Keegan-Michael Key and Nyima Funk in a 2002 sketch.
-Jay Leno closed in on a deal for his own show on CNBC.
-Saturday Night’s Children took a look at the 1975-1979 run of John Belushi on SNL.
-Key and Peele writer Phil Augusta Jackson broke down the brilliant Alien Imposters sketch.
-This week in comedy podcasts suggested some of the most worthwhile listens. The list included Jim Gaffigan on Lies.
-The Paley Center for Media let us unearth Roseanne’s early standup and secret sitcom pilot.
-Mulaney scored the lowest series premiere ratings of the new fall season.
And here are your top five web videos of the week:
Bob Odenkirk’s “Hitler Dinner Party”
UCB1 - How’s Your Shower?
Sarah Silverman Closes the Gap
Above Average - Jafar (St. Peter Meets: Disney Villains)
CollegeHumor - Winter Clings are the New Summer Flings