John Mulaney, Cameron Esposito, Chris Rock, Ali Wong, and more.
“I love it so much but I have no one to talk to about it.”
Talking with the Monty Python member about Peter Sellers, failure, and why he prefers disrespectful interviewers.
The 30 Rock alum breaks down why Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s comedy deserves more fans.
“I didn’t mind a lack of cohesive plot. It just really appealed to me.”
“It’s like comedic malpractice. It shouldn’t work. But yet at the end of that 12-minute opener, I feel good. I’m in the palm of his hand.”
“Oh, there she is. C’mon, let’s go Mitzy!”
Comedian, television writer, actress, and New York Times best-selling author are enviable titles to have associated with your name by the young […]
When Chris Rock abruptly announced yesterday that Tamborine — his first of two intensely anticipated Netflix specials — would be premiering in […]
David Wain is no stranger to disrupting an unsuspecting comedy mainstream. Before solidifying himself as a household name as the […]
As a verb, Crashing — the title of comedian Pete Holmes’s semi-autobiographical HBO series — took on multiple conceptual connotations […]
“Peak TV” and “Prestige Television” are lazy and lame labels for a number of reasons.
For one, they’re cavernous, catch-all constructs that […]
Hot Take: 2017 was Extremely Bad. There, glad we got that out the way.
Sure, the president might be a racist […]
2017 has been a bumper crop year for Maria Bamford. First she released Old Baby, her hilariously heartfelt hourlong Netflix special that not […]
“Jolly” and “optimistic” aren’t descriptors you’d readily associate with your average hardened veteran comics, but then again, JB Smoove has […]
Richard Lewis has no problem with oversharing. It’s one of the many defining characteristics that made him such a trailblazing voice in standup […]
Welcome to our series On the Verge, where our contributors highlight comedians they feel are ready for their next big break. Whether they’re […]
“What’s your biggest emotional wound?”
That question, posed to our anti-heroine Ingrid Thorburn roughly 30 minutes into Ingrid Goes West, […]
Other than a mere year of overlap on Saturday Night Live (which produced one of the greatest sketches of all time, “Short Shorts for the USA”) […]
Few mainstream filmmakers treat the full range of cinema as their playground quite like Edgar Wright does. With each film he releases, the […]
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