My favorite Earwolf podcast-turned-TV show, Comedy Bang Bang, returns on July 12th for a 20-episode second season, with a stacked roster of guest stars, including Jessica Alba, Aziz Ansari, David Cross, Zach Galifianakis, Bill Hader, Pee-wee Herman, Rashida Jones, Anna Kendrick, Jason Schwartzman, and Casey Wilson, among others. Show More Summary
he second season of Comedy Bang! Bang! kicks off on Friday, July 12 at 10PM ET/PT with 20 all new episodes and a robust line-up of famous faces.
As Marc Maron recently discussed on Comedy Bang! Bang!, doing Maron has forced him to step outside of himself a bit more and see his issues more plainly. Prominent among those issues are the ones he has with his father. Maron has talked...Show More Summary
While there was nearly overwhelming compulsion to pick the DLM episode with Kumail Nanjiani and Marc Maron, I have to give this week’s highlight to Comedy Bang Bang’s 4th Anniversary Episode. While it was full of fan-favorite characters (Traci Rearden, Marissa Wompler, Mike the Janitor!), this was a pretty newcomer-friendly episode. Do you have to [...]
BuzzFeed: Scott Aukerman is the co-host of the IFC show Comedy Bang Bang, which is pretty well-regarded for smart, irreverent comedy. He also runs Earwolf, a popular podcast network that serves as a hub for the Los Angeles comedy scene. Show More Summary
The original Time Bobby episode of Comedy Bang Bang is one of the best comedy podcasts I’ve ever heard. They craft a story, explore their characters and have a conflict and resolution — all with some hilarious interactions. It’s a great example of podcasts as a storytelling tool. So imagine my joy when I saw [...]
IFC experienced extraordinary, zeitgeist-capturing success with Portlandia and delighted comedy nerds with Comedy Bang Bang, which is currently shooting its second season. The cable channel, which once upon a time was ostensibly devoted...Show More Summary
Oh man, the competition for this week’s comedy podcast highlight was incredibly high. There were big, fun surprises in Nerd Poker, Parks & Rec’s Retta joined HDTGM to talk about Spice World, DC Pierson was on Professor Blastoff to talk about writing and Doug Loves Movies had an all-star NYC cast featuring Jim Gaffian, W [...]
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by Klaus Kinski Comedy Bang Bang are Bonnaroo-ing it While you are noodle-dancing your way to, and at, the 2013 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee (June 13 - 14), you might not be aware that this year...
Daniel Tosh, Bob Saget, David Cross, Mike Birbiglia, Comedy Bang!Bang!, and more.
Dispatches From Direct-To-DVD Purgatory is a periodic check-in on what’s going on in the world of movies that didn’t make it to theaters. Comedy Bang! Bang! is so defined by Scott Aukerman’s voice, literally and figuratively, that it...Show More Summary
Now that the “independent film” fad has finally been killed off and replaced with all cop and robot movies, IFC has increasingly turned to original comedy programming to fill its schedule. Now Portlandia, Comedy Bang! Bang!, and Marc Maron's WTF, et al. Show More Summary
IFC is already home to comedies like Portlandia, Comedy Bang Bang, and Marc Maron’s new show (as well as R. Kelly’s Trapped in the Closet, which might be funnier than all of them), and today they announced two new shows that I am already very excited about despite just reading the descriptions a few minutes ago. Show More Summary
Devin, Jeremy and Amy are joined by COMEDY BANG BANG writer Eva Anderson in a limo to make 2013 Oscar predictions.
If you’ve never heard Comedy Bang Bang, I suggest starting with ep 180, “Friends Without Words.” That one was so great that they did a bit of a sequel this week which finds Gillian Jacobs and Garry Marshall (played by Paul F. Tompkins) returning to talk about their relationship. It’s tough to recapture the magic [...]
IFC has handed down a second season order to their new original comedy series Comedy Bang! Bang!, doubling the episode order from the first season. The Scott Aukerman created and hosted series spoofs the late-night talk show format and has seen guest appearances from some of the biggest names in comedy as well as from the acting world.
IFC announced today that the comedy network has ordered a second season of its original series, Comedy Bang! Bang!, hosted by comedian/writer and podcast host Scott Aukerman
IFC has picked up a second season of original series, Comedy Bang! Bang!, hosted by comedian/writer and podcast host Scott Aukerman (Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis). The network has ordered 20 episodes, double the first season’s order, to air in ten episode arcs on IFC. Show More Summary
Confirming that, hey, there just might be something to this podcast-turned-TV-show game, IFC is doubling down on a second season of Comedy Bang! Bang!, ordering 20 episodes of the deconstructed talk show starring Scott Aukerman and Reggie Watts. Show More Summary