The 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' star and wife Joanna Newsom recently welcomed baby girl, it was revealed Tuesday.
Joanna Newsom and Andy Samberg recently welcomed a baby girl into the world. A Samberg representative confirmed the news to People, but didn't reveal the child's name or birthday. Congrats to the cutest of couples!
Joanna Newsom and her husband, comedian Andy Samberg, have welcomed their first child, a baby girl. Continue reading…
New to the parenthood scene: Harpist Joanna Newsom and her husband Andy Samberg recently welcomed their first child. A rep for Samberg confirmed to Mashable that he and Newsom are now the parents of a baby girl, though the child's birth...Show More Summary
How's this for a plot twist: Andy Samberg's wife gave birth — without anyone knowing she was pregnant.
The 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' star is a first-time dad. Here's hoping he and the Lonely Island boys start writing lullabies.
Andy Samberg and his wife Joanna Newsom secretly welcomed a baby girl! It’s unclear when the baby was born or when Joanna was actually pregnant, but Us Weekly confirmed the news. Congrats to the couple! The couple have not made a public statement about their baby girl, and have not released her name or any [...]
Congratulations! And also, whuuuuuttt??? Andy Samberg and Joanna Newsom have welcomed a baby girl — and no one even knew they were expecting!!! Related: Mama June's Daughter Pumpkin Is Pregnant With Her First Child! After months of keeping the entire pregnancy secret, Samberg's rep has quietly confirmed to Us Weekly that they now have a daughter. The super private parents [...]
What will this baby’s voice sound like?
The Andy Samberg movie Hot Rod was released ten years ago this week. That seems like just yesterday, but the guys from The Lonely Island made their first feature film in 2007. Let's learn some trivia about the movie. 10. The stuntman...Show More Summary
The 2005 Saturday Night Live “Taco Town” skit is a great example of the show’s escalating commercial absurdity, thanks to Andy Samberg’s wonderfully enthusiastic idiot-guy faces and the surprising level of detail in their invented 15-flavor taco monstrosity. Show More Summary
Perhaps the funniest moment in Tour de Pharmacy, Andy Samberg's new cycling mockumentary for HBO, has nothing to do with sports at all. The comedy special, which premiered on Saturday, depicts a 1982 Tour de France in which nearly every cyclist was doping, including those played by Samberg, Orlando Bloom, Freddie Highmore, Daveed Diggs and...
The HBO original film "Tour de Pharmacy" is a sports mockumentary created by Andy Samberg and Murray Miller, who previously worked together on "7 Days in Hell", another fictional... For more, visit our blog !
By Margaret Barra With a spirit of desecration, the mockumentary from producer/star Andy Samberg examines serious issues in the sport.
The year was 1982, an insane and little-known blip in sports history when so many riders got caught doping in the Tour de France that only five out of 170 were allowed to continue the race — all of whom almost definitely were also on drugs. That’s the delightful premise ... More »
POPSTAR Hits HBO!! More ORPHAN BLACK!! Saturday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Produced by Judd Apatow and directed by Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone from a screenplay by Andy Samberg, Schaffer and Taccone, “Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping” earned positive reviews from 78% of “top critics” polled by the Rotten Tomatoes website. Show More Summary
Styled as a presentation of HBO sports, the energetic, goofball mockumentary “Tour de Pharmacy” cocks an eye at bicycle racing, “a sport with literally hundreds of dollars on the line and dozens of fans — stakes are medium.” The special reunites writer Murray Miller, director Jake Szymanski and...
For the second year in a row, HBO has staked out the second weekend in July for a sports mockumentary from Andy Samberg, along with writer Murray Miller and director Jake Szymanski. Last year, 7 Days in Hell spoofed professional tennis and a fictional marathon 2001 Wimbledon match. Show More Summary
At one point in Tour De Pharmacy, the second of Andy Samberg and company’s sports mockumentaries (following 2015’s absurdist tennis-centric 7 Days In Hell), Kevin Bacon appears as Ditmer Klerken, former head of the UCI, the world governing body responsible for overseeing the Tour De France and drug-testing all its competitors. Show More Summary