Tag: comedy

Whitney Cummings’ New Netflix Comedy Special Will Ask If She Can ‘Touch It’

HBO Whitney Cummings is a busy woman. Following her stint as co-showrunner of the Roseanne revival’s first (and only) season, the comedian is currently working with Lee Daniels and Lisa Kudrow on Good People, an upcoming Amazon series about the #MeToo movement on college campuses. Despite sticking with the same medium through which she gave […]

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Hannah Gadsby Slams Louis C.K. As An ‘Angry And Bitter’ Man In His More Recent Stand-Up

Netflix Following the public uproar that a leaked Louis C.K. set about the Parkland shooting survivors caused in December, the disgraced comedian is now trying to protect himself by threatening would-be leakers with copyright infringement. Despite these measures, however, Louis’ standing hasn’t changed for the better since he admitted to numerous accounts of sexual misconduct […]

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The ‘Always Be My Maybe’ Blooper Reel Is As Delightful As You Think It Is

[embedded content] Share This Video Ali Wong and Randall Park’s recent Netflix comedy film Always Be My Maybe is as good as people are saying it is, and yes, it also features the one and only Keanu Reeves in an excellent cameo role. So good, in fact, that like myself and many others who’ve watched […]

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The Funniest Shows On Netflix Right Now, Ranked

CBC Last Updated: June 12th Comedy is one of the most personal genres of entertainment, as subjective and divisive as politics. Thank heavens, then, for the wide library of Netflix, which is here to service all of our laughter needs. Craving a traditional laugh-tracked sitcom? A more serious, single-cam series? A mockumentary? Done, done, and […]

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‘Broad City’ Star Ilana Glazer Is Turning Her Stand-Up Comedy Tour Into A New Special For Amazon

Comedy Central Comedy Central’s Broad City came to a glorious end in late March, but that doesn’t mean that co-creators and co-stars Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson aren’t doing anything else. The latter has published several books and is currently promoting the show with executive producer Amy Poehler for various Emmys For Your Consideration events. […]

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The Last O.G.: As ‘Bobby,’ Allen Maldonado Is Channeling Every Black Cousin Ever

Allen Maldonado, in The Last O.G.Screenshot: Courtesy of TBS The Last O.G. is about to air the last episode of its sophomore season, but first—let’s talk about black ass cousins. As TBS’ press release describes The Last O.G.: After losing his job, Tray (Morgan) goes all in on his dreams of becoming a chef. Tiffany […]

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Nah, Fam: Regina Hall Nixes Whitney Houston Drug Joke in Her Show Black Monday

Photo: Getty If her character on Showtime’s Black Monday is any indication, Regina Hall revels being on the edge when it comes to comedy. But she finds nothing funny about the disease of drug addiction, she shared in explaining why she asked the writers to ax a joke about Whitney Houston’s drug abuse. The actress, known […]

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Justin Long Claims Steve Jobs Rejected Some Of The ‘Get A Mac’ Ads Because They Were ‘Super Funny’

Apple Remember the “Get a Mac” television commercials from the mid to late 2000s? Justin Long does. The actor, along with comedian and writer John Hodgman, starred in all 66 of the Apple commercials that aired in the hopes of convincing customers to go with the more “laid back” computing products of the company behind […]

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