OAKLAND, Calif. — What's better than Key & Peele? Obviously, Key & Peele & Cats. In case you've been living under a rock, the two Comedy Central funnymen have been touring the country (and the Interwebs) to promote their new cat-centric...Show More Summary
The 2016 White House Correspondents’ Dinner is set to take place tonight (April 30) and it will be filled with stars! The event takes place at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C and it will be hosted by Comedy Central’s Nightly Show host Larry Wilmore. You can watch the full event on C-SPAN with red [...]
The Black Trump rap song from Thursday night’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah was a hit, and Comedy Central has made the video available online. While Donald Trump is likely focused on the protesters in California, Daily Show contributor Roy Wood Jr. Show More Summary
If only our politicians had any common sense whatsoever many people would not have to die so needlessly for these politicians' NRA indebtedness. Source: MSNBC On the latest episode of her satirical Comedy Central show Thursday, comedian...Show More Summary
Hollywood has made tons of movies centered around dogs, but not all that many about their arch nemesis – cats. Until now. The reason is probably cats are notoriously diva-like on the set and hard to work with. For Comedy Central sensations...Show More Summary
On the hit stoner-millennial-scripture that is Comedy Central’s Broad City, Paul W. Downs plays Trey, that guy we all know who just doesn’t quite “get it.” Sure, he’s sweet and all, but all those dad jokes end up amounting to quite the eye roll. Oh, are we being dicks? Yeah, probably — and so was Abbi [...]
Warner Bros./New Line’s Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key comedy Keanu started its weekend last night at 7PM showtimes, making $560K. The movie, the first big feature from the Comedy Central stars of Key and Peele is expected to ring...Show More Summary
Ads for the new film "Keanu," which combines kitten cuteness and gangster hardness, proclaim it as coming "from the visionary minds of Key and Peele." That would be Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, stars of Comedy Central's sketch television show "Key & Peele," which concluded its fifth and...
I've heard complaints that Keanu – the feature film debut from Comedy Central's merry pranksters Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, just off a five-season run – is uneven, overlong and really just a cat video disguised as a movie. Yeah, maybe. But I laughed my ass off. First of all, the cat...
Comedy duo Key and Peele are about to hit the big screen with their first feature film after wrapping up their successful Comedy Central sketch comedy show. Now, they dusted off one of their more popular sketches to help promote their new movie Keanu and bring attention to cats in need of adoption. Show More Summary
Chris Hardwick tells the story of how he learned where babies come from in a clip from his new one-hour comedy special Funcomfortable. The special will premiere on Comedy Central on April 30, 2016. ? Advertise your product or service on Laughing Squid with a sponsored blog post.
Comedian Larry Wilmore, host of Comedy Central’s mock-news program The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, will be the featured entertainer at the 2016 White House Correspondents’ Association (WHCA) Dinner on Saturday, April 30. Carol Lee,...Show More Summary
When Comedy Central host Larry Wilmore plugged his White House Correspondents ’ Association dinner hosting gig on CBS This Morning, the hosts absurdly praised him for being a “passionate centrist.” But if a review of his hosting duties...Show More Summary
When Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele announced the end of their Comedy Central show Key and Peele last year, the official line was that they just wanted to move on to other things. But maybe the real reason for their professional breakup was something much more sinister. Show More Summary
Walking up to this weekend’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner, Comedy Central late-night host Larry Wilmore today promised the gang on CBS This Morning, “90% of it is CBS jokes and after that what’s left – okay, Obama.” AddressingShow More Summary
In the season finale of the hit Comedy Central show 'Broad City' Ilana and Abby go on Birthright Israel and in the process make a powerful challenge to Israel’s claim to be the be-all and end-all of Jewish identity. Alex Shams says, "It’s hard to imagine a Birthright episode of this fabulous, feminist stoner comedy going any better."
How crazy left does a president have to be, if Barack Obama isn’t considered “progressive?” According to Comedy Central host Larry Wilmore the United States hasn’t had a progressive president since Lyndon Johnson. That wasn’t good enough for his guest, actress Susan Sarandon, who insisted you had to reach all the way back to Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
When Amy Schumer presents Rachel Feinstein tonight to Comedy Central, she really presents. Schumer not only gives Feinstein advice backstage in a pre-taped green room bit, but also walks onstage first, introducing her to the New York City crowd last November (I was at the taping) by saying of Feinstein: “This comedian is not only my […]
Amy Schumer is known for skewering how groups of men make decisions about women’s health (see: her famous birth control sketch) and the fourth season premiere of Comedy Central’s “Inside Amy Schumer” was no exception. Schumer, who has become a bonafide movie star since the last season of her show, included a skit in Thursday’s episode about the […]