Ryan Simpkins is moving into the upcoming comedy The House, also starring with Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler. The film is about a pair of cash strapped parents who accidentally blow the money intended to pay for their daughter’s college tuition. Show More Summary
Hulu has renewed another one of its original series. The streaming video platform has already ordered the second season of Difficult People from executive producer Amy Poehler. With the first season arriving on Hulu on August 7, 2015,...Show More Summary
The Amy Poehler–produced Hulu original series Difficult People, which was just renewed for a second season, stars real-life pals Julie Klausner and Billy Eichner playing the meanest possible versions of their pop-culture loving selves. Show More Summary
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The Universal Television comedy was originally developed by USA and counts Amy Poehler as an EP.
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The only people angry at Amy Poehler for the Blue Ivy joke are people who didn't watch the show.
With Amy Poehler at her side, Tina Fey has had a good amount of success hosting events, but thus far her game has been kept limited to just the Golden Globes. Because she is just that good, one has to wonder if she would ever be game to host the Oscars... Show More Summary
Comedian Amy Poehler has recently taken heat from Twitter for a joke on her new Hulu show, Difficult People. The backlash began when the show's abrasive character, Julie, tweets a crude joke about how she "can't wait" until Beyoncé and Jay Z's young daughter, Blue Ivy, grows up so Kelly can urinate on her. Show More Summary
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There’s a running joke through the pilot of Hulu’s “Difficult People” — the new caustic scripted comedy executive produced by Amy Poehler — that has a big payoff at the end of the episode. It all starts when creator Julie Klausner’s character (she plays a wannabe comedy writer named Julie) fires off a tweet that […]
When kids are small, they can probably name about five different jobs: doctor, teacher, fireman, police officer, and princess. (“Astronaut” might in there, too.) Eventually, that list gets a bit longer, and comes to include things like...Show More Summary
Industrious as she is, Amy Poehler can't be everywhere. At times, that can be an issue — for example, on the set of Parks and Rec, where she was often needed to help block out shots. So for four years she had a stand-in, Hadley Meares, who recently wrote about... More »
Julie Klausner, the star of the Poehler-produced series "Difficult People," made an insensitive joke in the pilot
Poehler didn't write it, but she presumably approved the joke made on a show she executive produces.
Hadley Meares on set with the Director of Photography of "Parks and Recreation." (Photo: Tom Magill) For years, I have described my job thusly: I am a moving piece of furniture. I am a crash test dummy with a working mouth. I am the understudy that never overtakes. Show More Summary
Amy Poehler has been praised for her on-point comedic timing and even funnier writing. However, she's coming under fire as a result of a disturbing joke said on her Hulu series 'Difficult People.' The sexual remark involved R. Kelly and Beyonce and Jay-Z's 3-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy. Continue reading…
These days, we have so many entertainment options that It's difficult for a new show to break through, particularly when it features no major stars and airs on a streaming service that's not Netflix. Fortunately, we have some tips: Focus...Show More Summary