Getting a chance to meet one of her favorite fictional characters, Nicole Scherzinger schmoozed with Ron Burgundy at the British Comedy Awards on Thursday (December 12). In one photo of the two touching hands, the "X Factor" UK judge...Show More Summary
Paul Whitehouse chanting "YID ARMY" and saying "Leave it you'll get Baddiel after you in a minute". Unreal #Yiddo — Ricky Harries (@RickyJH85) December 12, 2013 Tottenham fans had a moment to savour during the British Comedy Awards on Thursday night. Paul Whitehouse stole the show with a couple of hilarious gags on the night, [...]
So apparently, Sacha Baron Cohen received the Charlie Chaplin Britannia Award for Excellence in Comedy, which … does anyone else feel like giving out comedy awards would be rather difficult in Britain? You’d never be able to tell who’s actually trying to be funny and who just has that natural, dry, British wit. Either way,MORE
NBC to Air American Comedy Awards via Rickey.org NBC has picked up the rights to telecast the American Comedy Awards in 2014. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Bringing an end to a dark, 13-year-long period when nothing in the United States was funny—because there wasn’t an award show to declare it so—NBC announced today that it will revive the long-dormant American Comedy Awards in 2014. Originally...Show More Summary
After a 13-year hiatus, NBC announced Thursday that the American Comedy Awards will return, with the telecast set to air May
“Get ready for a night of great hilarity. No joke,” Paul Telegdy, president of Alternative and Late Night Programming for NBC, wrote Wednesday to announce that the network is bringing back the American Comedy Awards. Because you likely don’t remember it, Deadline writes that the eighties franchise started on ABC,... More »
The American Comedy Awards lives again. NBC announced today it will revive the franchise created by George Schlatter in the late 80?s. Competitors began snarking that it’s likely to be the only funny TV hit NBC has on all season, which...Show More Summary
Don Mischer, Charlie Haykel and Juliane Hare will executive produce the May 2014 special, which previously aired on ABC. read more
May 2014 Special Pays Homage to Those Who Make Us Laugh
Mon October 21, 2013 Carol Burnett is a comedy icon. When Burnett launched "The Carol Burnett Show," a TV executive told her she was getting into a "man's game." Boy, was he wrong. Apparently the variety show genre was a perfect fit for Burnett. Show More Summary
"Modern Family" creator Steven Levitan summed up the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards telecast when he accepted another outstanding comedy award for the show. "This may be the saddest Emmys of all time, but we could not be happier," he said. The...Show More Summary
The "Veep" star became the first actress to win two comedy awards for her work on an HBO series. read more
In a category that's been packed with the men of "Modern Family" for the past several years, along with "Saturday Night Live" funnyman Bill Hader, it was news when "Girls" star Adam Driver and "Veep's" Tony Hale infiltrated the nominations. So...Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - "Veep," "Nurse Jackie" and "30 Rock" picked up the first acting and writing awards for comedy at the Primetime Emmys on Sunday, on a night in which the television industry both celebrated and mocked the latest trends of binge-wa...
Julia Louis-Dreyfus was honored at the Emmys with the award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for "Veep." This is Louis-Dreyfus' fourth Emmy win overall. She won the Emmy last year for playing Vice President Selina Meyer on "Veep." Louis-Dreyfus...Show More Summary
“Borat,” “Bruno” and “The Dictator” star Sacha Baron Cohen will be the first Brit given the British Academy of Film and Television Arts’ comedy award at its annual ceremony in November.
Thu August 29, 2013 Bridget Christie is a funny feminist. Or a feminist comedian. We know this because she just won The Edinburgh Comedy Award with a show called “A Bic for Her”. It’s been sold out all summer. And she won ten thousand pounds. Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Women's rights campaigner Bridget Christie won one of Britain's most prestigious comedy awards on Saturday for a polemical stand-up show against men's lifestyle magazines.
Pappy's Last Show Ever will be at Soho Theatre until 20 April. Last year, Pappy’s Last Show Ever was beaten to the Edinburgh Fringe’s top comedy award by Doctor Brown. Both are at the Soho Theatre this month. Which should you see? Pappy’s...Show More Summary