It’s funny, it’s smart, and the Grammys were right to recognize Dave Chappelle for his work.
Through a strange series of comic circumstances, Guy Ritchie’s new heroes band together against mysterious enemies in the first marijuana heroism movie.
The recently deceased actor’s work as Bernard Woolley in ‘Yes, Minister’ and its successor ‘Yes, Prime Minister’ was indispensable to the greatest political show on earth.
Allegiance to the show has ebbed and flowed throughout its continuous 45-year run, and depth of talent among the cast and writers’ room has never been static.
“I’m Yang Gang!” Dave Chappelle announced in a press release issued by Andrew Yang’s campaign on Tuesday.
In 2019, we’re forced to suffer through comedies like ‘Long Shot’ and ‘Late Night,’ when ten years ago, the yearly options were plentiful.
Comedian John Mulaney embraces a Real Housewives deep cut for his new children’s variety show on Netflix.
Two years before the release of ‘Toy Story,’ Phil Vischer released the first computer-animated VeggieTales film. Now he’s reviving the Bible-based children’s series for a new generation.
15 years after “The Office,” the show’s stars, Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey kickstarted a re-watch podcast called “Office Ladies.”
By all means, harp on ‘Saturday Night Live’ star Michael Che for telling jokes. It’s going to end much better for him than for you.
When NBC announced new fall shows ‘Sunnyside’ and ‘Perfect Harmony,’ it seemed inevitable one or both would falter. That just happened to ‘Sunnyside.’
Rom-coms aren’t about celebrating single life in perpetuity. It’s okay if they draw from fantasy — in fact, that’s the whole point.
If SNL’s writers are capable of crafting a sketch that embodies the best of political satire, why do they refuse to apply that skill to the cold open and the Trump administration?
Entertainment media outlets need to be more responsible, and toe the line between defining cancel culture conflicts and manufacturing them.
Season 14 of ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ is upon us, and BuzzFeed is out with 2,000-plus words on why the show hasn’t fallen prey to ‘cancel culture.’
A Slate article insists ‘we’re much, much funnier than we used to be.’ That’s not even remotely true. Political correctness has lead to the death of sitcoms and comedic movies.
Silverman’s claim that comedians don’t want hosting gigs anymore carries some weight coming from her. She has earnestly and famously revamped her brand to meet the left’s new standards of acceptable speech.
If SNL thinks casting a midwestern comic in the image of Larry the Cable Guy is the way to reconnect with conservative America, they are in store for a ratings disappointment.
Like Dave Chappelle in ‘Sticks & Stones,’ Bill Burr leans hard into an outright attack against those who have called to have him ‘cancelled.’
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