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  1. crime
    Opera Legend Plácido Domingo Accused of Sexual HarassmentThe incidents allegedly took place over the course of 30 years.
  2. classics
    The Lost Adventures of the I Love Lucy CastTen rare television appearances by the Lucy gang that are worth checking out.
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    Revisit the Time the Slipnutz Opened for Slipknot on Conan O’Brien’s Late NightTeam Coco released over 350 old Conan clips today, including this classic.
  4. The 25 Best Golden-Age Movie MusicalsFrom The Wizard of Oz to Singin’ in the Rain to A Star Is Born, here are the most dazzling works to come out of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s.
  5. A Beginner’s Guide to Ingmar BergmanAnyone who has ever cast their gaze to the sky and impotently wondered why the world is such absolute crap will be able to tap into Bergman’s ethos.
  6. A Recommendation: The Hallmark Channel’s Late Night LineupWhen looking for good comedy options, the Hallmark Channel is probably the absolute last place you would look. It’s a network named after a […]
  7. Coming to Hulu: Every Episode of ‘M*A*S*H,’ ‘The Bernie Mac Show,’ ‘The […] A bunch of comedy series are headed to Hulu in a deal with 20th Century Fox Television Distribution the streaming network announced today, […]
  8. 1942’s ‘Woman of the Year’ Remains a Contemporary Romantic Comedy, But Not […] This month Criterion is releasing Woman of the Year on DVD and Blu-ray. The 1942 film remains beloved in many circles for a number of […]
  9. There’s Never Been a Better Time to Watch Charlie Chaplin’s ‘The Great […]As the ugliness of the Trump administration’s nationalism and hate has roared into office in the last six weeks, it’s drawn more than one […]
  10. How ‘His Girl Friday’, One of the Best Movies of All Time, Led to Today’s […] This month Criterion released His Girl Friday on Blu-ray and DVD – which for many film buffs is long overdue – and offers a chance to […]
  11. ‘The Nanny’: An Appreciation Critiques of The Nanny generally fall into two categories: 1) Fran Drescher is annoying, and 2) The Nanny was a three camera sitcom on CBS […]
  12. Why You Should Watch ‘M*A*S*H’ If You Haven’t AlreadyThere’s been a rising trend in the past year or so of turning beloved comedy series into bingeable packages: NBC aired classic Saturday Night […]
  13. None of the Best Comedies on TV Would Exist Without ‘King of the Hill’‘King of the Hill’ helped shaped the next breed of writers that you see composing the sharpest comedies on TV right now.
  14. Did You Know That a Lot of Critics Didn’t Like When Harry Met Sally?The reviews were decidedly mixed.
  15. Michael Schur Gives Cheers the Respect it DeservesParks and Rec showrunner Michael Schur really loves Cheers. So much so that he did an entire interview with Vulture about the show and what […]
  16. classics
    Your Favorite Comedy Exists Because of ‘The Larry Sanders Show’This is why ‘Larry Sanders’ is a big deal.
  17. exclusive
    How Mad Men’s Fake Memoir Became a Real Book“Remember, when God closes a door, he opens a dress.”
  18. classics
    The Great Gatsby, Now a Video GameSeriously.