This Week in Comedy: The Next Wave 2015

-We talked to the experts and compiled our list of the best up-and-coming comics in New York, Los Angeles, and other cities.

-A dozen Native American actors walked off the set of Adam Sandler’s new movie this week thanks to some truly awful jokes.

-Louis C.K. and Reese Witherspoon are set to be the final hosts of SNL’s season 40.

-We reviewed Paul Feig’s new sci-fi comedy Other Space , currently streaming on Yahoo! Screen.

-We had a conversation with director/screenwriter/producer/actor/enigma Tommy Wiseau.

-Jon Stewart explained why he’s leaving The Daily Show.

-We dove into the completely insane world of Womp It Up! with Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham.

-We looked at the dark humor of Don Herzfeldt’s World of Tomorrow.

-Bao Nguyen, director of Live From New York! took us behind the scenes of the SNL documentary.

-We featured a Second City late night show in the ‘60s starring David Steinberg, Fred Willard, and Robert Klein.

-Jake Fogelnest took us through the classic “Taco Man” sketch from MTV’s The State.

-This week in comedy podcasts Guy Branum visited Never Not Funny, and we gave you the scoop on all the podcasts you should be listening to.

-Kevin Pollak told us all about Misery Loves Comedy, his new documentary with over 60 comics.

-We went inside the internet outrage machine with Jim Norton.

-We looked at how George Carlin changed comedy in his first HBO special.

-We talked to Lolly Adefope about extroversion, selfies, and tweets that ‘say something.’

And now your top five web videos of the week:

Greg Stees & Jeff Ward - Found Footage Movie Taped Over Super Embarrassing Video

Pocketwatch - Paul Blart Fans Are the Worst

Notary Publix - My Lover and Live-In Girlfriend

CollegeHumor - Remember When Nostalgia Was Good?

Funny or Die - Tim Simons Prepares For The White House Correspondents’ Dinner

This Week in Comedy: The Next Wave 2015