On a recent episode of Inside Amy Schumer, the eponymous comedian, along with guest actor Josh Charles (late of The Good Wife), parodies the popular HBO series The Newsroom with “The Foodroom“. Set inside a fast food restaurant, “The Foodroom” utilizes the signature rapid-fire dialogue, lengthy monologues and the “walk and talk” style of screenwriter Aaron [...]
Check out Amy Schumer and The Good Wife‘s Josh Charles starring in this hilarious parody of The Newsroom, which aired on tonight’s episode of Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer. “The Foodroom” follows two fast food store managers who have a relationship that seems strikingly similar to that of The Newsroom’s Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) and [...]
Fans of "The Good Wife," are you missing your Josh Charles fix? The TV hottie hasn't gone far: Just over to Comedy Central for a guest bit on "Inside Amy Schumer" in which he and the funny lady parody HBO's notoriously dramatic series "The Newsroom."
Fighting the good fight.
Everyone stop panicking, because we’ve found Will Gardner! He isn’t dead after all! He’s simply having a bit of a
This parody of "The Newsroom" from Tuesday's (April 15) "Inside Amy Schumer" would be great even without an Aaron Sorkin veteran at its center. That former "Sports Night" star Josh Charles joins Schumer in "The Foodroom" puts it over...Show More Summary
In this sketch from tonight's new episode, Amy Schumer gives the world an all-time great parody of Aaron Sorkin's brand of overwrought, sanctimonious TV drama, complete with an actual Sorkin-ite in Sports Night's Josh Charles.
What's a girl to do when each episode of Inside Amy Schumer is funnier than the next? Post clips of it all the livelong day, especially when they're Aaron Sorkin parodies with Josh Charles in which we learn that, "A woman's life is worth nothing unless she's making a great man greater." Read more...
A fast food restaurant gets the Aaron Sorkin treatment
As if you needed another reason to get onboard with Inside Amy Schumer, tonight's episode includes this dead-on Aaron Sorkin parody. Plus, it has The Good Wife and Sports Night's own Josh Charles as the righteous manager of a fast-food restaurant who just wants America to be great again, dammit!... More »
Josh Charles has been doing something of a victory lap following his shocking departure from The Good Wife last month. A few weeks ago he went on Olbermann as Dan Rydell, his Sports Night alter-ego. If you’re looking for more Aaron Sorkin...Show More Summary
Josh Charles isn't quite done with his Good Wife farewell tour yet. Read more...
Will Gardner is dead, but Dan Rydell is alive and well, apparently. Actor Josh Charles—who’s been doing a bit of publicity after the death of his character on The Good Wife—stopped by Keith Olbermann’s show this weekend, and ran down...Show More Summary
The final episode for Josh Charles on The Good Wife Sunday was a boon to CBS, which was already poised hit
The Good Wife has known about the departure of Josh Charles since the end of last season, so they had plenty of time to prepare for his departure. A lesser show, I think, might have pushed Will and Alicia back...
Once upon a time, before he broke all your hearts as Will Gardener, Josh Charles was on a beloved but unfortunately laugh-tracked Aaron Sorkin show called Sports Night. He taught us about sports; he taught us how to love; he taught us that you should never try to date sort-of... More »
The producers of “The Good Wife” went to great lengths to keep the death of Josh Charles' character, Will Gardner, a secret.
“The Good Wife” made TV history last weekend by pulling off one of the most surprising main character deaths of all time. The death was greeted with universal shock by viewers who could not believe that Will Gardner (Josh Charles) was suddenly gone, given that he had been a crucial part of the CBS drama […]
Josh Charles, otherwise known as Dan Rydell of Sports Night (and more recently Will Gardner on The Good Wife), made a special appearance on Keith Olbermann’s show the other night on ESPN2. The combination of Charles and Olbermann was an interesting one as the character of Rydell was supposed to symbolize Olbermann in the “semi-fictional” […]
Josh Charles went from "The Good Wife" back to "Sports Night," reprising his Dan Rydell character on "Olbermann" a few days after Will Gardner was shot.