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June Diane Raphael
Want to Try Scheer, Raphael, and Mantzoukas’s
How Did This Get Made?
If you like bad movies and good podcasts,
is for you.
Prepare for ‘The Disaster Artist’ with a Long-Ago Episode of ‘How Did This […]
Pod-Canon is an ongoing tribute to the greatest individual comedy-related podcast episodes of all time. How Did This Get Made hosts Paul […]
June Diane Raphael and Kate Black to Write ‘The Badass Woman’s Guide to […]
June Diane Raphael is teaming up with political operative and Emily’s List Chief of Staff Kate Black to write a book. Titled Represent. The […]
Gina Rodriguez, Elle Fanning, and 5 Other Actresses Who Should Play Barbie
Now that Amy Schumer has dropped out of the project, who should fill Barbie’s shoes?
We Know New Bits About Casey Wilson’s Hulu Show
It’s about “a suburban, middle-aged woman with a problem.”
Casey Wilson and June Diane Raphael Developing ‘Unhinged’ Comedy for Hulu
Casey Wilson and June Diane Raphael have a new show in the works at Hulu. According to Vulture, the two are developing a show for the streaming […]
Casey Wilson Is Developing a TV Show for Hulu
‘How Did This Get Made?’ Explored the Mystery That Is ‘Old Dogs’ on a […]
Pod-Canon is an ongoing tribute to the greatest individual comedy-related podcast episodes of all time. At its best, the wildly popular […]
comics talk to comics
Melissa Rauch Talks to June Diane Raphael
“I didn’t turn around soon enough, I guess, because I felt a fork in my ass.”
Kristen Schaal Joins June Diane Raphael and Jenny Slate in ABC’s ‘Pulling’
ABC’s adaptation of the British series Pulling is now vying with Andy Samberg’s cop show for the title of “Most Anticipated Comedy Pilot of […]
Spoof ‘Burning Love’ Will Be Back
Will you accept this hose?
ABC Buys Casey Wilson Fifties-Set Sitcom
Alanis Morissette Cashes In On Her ‘My Humps’ Success
Plus industry news on Jon Favreau, Gerard Butler, and Chris Albrecht’s new Showtime show.