The 66th primetime Emmy Awards might be on a Monday, but they are certainly not boring. Julia Louis-Dreyfus won a predictable Outstanding Actress in a Comedy award for "Veep," but she was congratulated in a most unexpected way. Her fellow...Show More Summary
A former House of Commons tour guide who performs in a wig and false teeth won the Â£10,000 prize for best comedy show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe on Saturday. John Kearns, 27, won the Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Awards for his show Shtick. Show More Summary
Credits: Scott Campbell/Getty Images Alt Text: Comedian Tim Vine poses at The Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Awards Is 2014 the funniest Fringe Festival of all? Take a look at some of Edinburgh's best jokes from the last four years One-Minute...Show More Summary
Alt Text: James Acaster in tricksy comedy Recognise Critics tip Acaster's 'superbly controlled' new show for the Edinburgh Comedy Award Hot Ticket Tuesday, August 19, 2014 - 7:50am What you need to know Since his Edinburgh Fringe Festival...Show More Summary
Norman Lear, the greatest TV comedy producer of all time, can’t get a series made these days, he says. The Producer’s Guild of America may have named its episodic comedy award after Lear, but good luck getting a Lear-made episodic comedy on the air now. Show More Summary
Kate McKinnon won an American Comedy Award Thursday night. read more
The only two Thursday series with uncertain fates ahead of upfronts both take tiny hits, while NBC's American Comedy Awards makes a soft landing. read more
If you were one of a select group of college football players, it was a night of new beginnings on Thursday with Day 1 of the NFL Draft on ESPN. With that significant competition in mind and the big ratings it pulled in, on the Big 4 it was a primetime with a couple of endings – one permanent. Show More Summary
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Amy Poehler and her NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation were big winners at last night’s American Comedy Awards, taking home
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We could quote the nearly the entire broadcast of the 28th annual American Comedy Awards for best lines, but we don't have time to transcribe two full hours of an awards show, even for one this funny. Sorry. Here are just a few of the gems:Billy Eichner on Will Ferrell, who is not there to accept his award: "It's so ungrateful. Show More Summary
The 28th annual American Comedy Awards aired Thursday (May 8) on NBC and laughs were had by all, in the first televised ACAs since 2000. It was one of the funniest awards shows we've ever watched in recent memory, which is apropos since...Show More Summary
Tonight's the night for nigh-excruciating comedy here at Morning After: Join us as we flip back and forth between NBC's inaugural presentation of the American Comedy Awards at 9/8c and a night of awkward premieres on IFC: Comedy Bang! Bang! at 10/9c. and Maron 's visit to The Talking Dead at 10:30/9:30c. Read more...
Coming Thursday (May 8) to NBC are the 28th annual American Comedy Awards, hosted by comedian and former star of "The Office" Craig Robinson. Watch above as he opens the show with a rousing musical number that promises "a very sensual...Show More Summary
SWEEPS DAY 15!! Patton Oswalt, Chris Rock, Jon Stewart, Bill Hader And Bill Cosby On THE AMERICAN COMEDY AWARDS!! Patton Oswalt On COMEDY BANG BANG!! Jon Hamm On SETH!! Ellen Page On COLBERT!! New CHALLENGE, ELEMENTARY, BAD, BANG, BOX,...Show More Summary
One terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day for Penny has her reevaluating all her choices — which includes her relationship with Leonard — on “The Big Bang Theory” (CBS at 8 p.m.). The 12 remaining chefs on “Hell’s Kitchen” (Fox at 8) compete in a lightning round that has them cooking an entree from surprise ingredients in just 30 minutes. Read full article >>
Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 4 - 10, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Two and a Half Men The long-running sitcom starring Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer...
On her way to becoming arguably the most innovative, unique and emotionally resonant comedian in the country, Maria Bamford has seen her cult following grow ever larger, even if many people still only know her from her roles in the "crazy Target lady" ads or as the meth addict Debrie in Netflix's Arrested Development. Show More Summary
Craig Robinson and his band kicked off the 2014 "American Comedy Awards" with the same kind of energy he brought to singing that Black Eyed Peas song in "Hot Tub Time Machine." Basically, he got things started. NBC taped the awards ceremony...Show More Summary