Matt Ingebretson and Jake Weisman talk their Comedy Central show and pissing off the Catholic church.
Talking with the comedian about his Netflix show, becoming a dad, and why he’ll never quit stand-up.
Featuring Bob Odenkirk, Raven-Symoné, Kirsten Dunst, and more.
From Ali G’s interview with Donald Trump to Borat’s trip to Cambridge University.
“Right before this interview I was thinking, ‘Why don’t me and Huskey do our own show like this?’”
“You guys are the most successful sketch comedy group ever!” And we’re like “What are you talking about? Every day is a fucking struggle.”
Tiny Fey was on The Tonight Show on Thursday to promote the Mean Girls musical, and she addressed a rumor – that she started – regarding a […]
Hulu has given the green light for a straight-to-series, 10 episode order of PEN15, a new comedy series that will be executive produced by […]
After 26 years of releasing his movies at Paramount Pictures, Lorne Michaels and Universal have announced a first-look production deal for […]
Days after announcing that Donald Glover would be hosting Saturday Night Live on May 5, the show announced that the two episodes after that – […]
At Home with Amy Sedaris debuted on truTV last fall to positive reviews and so naturally the network wanted to see more of it, which is why […]
Idris Elba has made his mark as one of the industry’s most sought after choices for gritty dramas like The Wire and Luther, but his next TV […]
Jeff Daniels was on Conan on Tuesday to promote his new series The Looming Tower, but the focus immediately shifted – to Daniels’ surprise […]
The Broad City comedy tree continues to grow, with Comedy Central announcing a series order for Alternatino with Arturo Castro on Tuesday […]
The Long Dumb Road, a comedy starring Jason Mantzoukas and Tony Revolori and directed by Hannah Fidell, has sold its North American […]
ABC has picked up a spinoff from The Goldbergs that will be set in 1990 and star Tim Meadows (Saturday Night Live), Bryan Callen (Mad TV), […]
Carol Burnett’s new Netflix show A Little Help with Carol Burnett is premiering all 12 half-hour episodes on May 4, the network announced on […]
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend showrunner Aline Brosh McKenna is set to take on another project with the announcement of Arranged, a pilot she has […]
Donald Glover will host Saturday Night Live on May 5, the show announced on Saturday. Glover will also be the musical guest, under his alias […]
Kevin James: you know him, you love him, but you’ve never seen him like this. Never Don’t Give Up, premiering April 24. […]