SUNDAY Filmmakers Tom Hooper, Danny Boyle, Todd Haynes, Tom McCarthy, Ridley Scott and Quentin Tarantino take part in a roundtable on "The Envelope." 5:30 p.m. Ovation Blimey! It's time for the "The EE British Academy Film Awards 2016" — a.k.a. the BAFTAs. 7:30 p.m. BBC America Isn't it romantic?...
Emmy-winning producer Stuart Miller (Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart) will serve as an executive producer for Bill Simmons talk show series set to debut later this year on HBO. Simmons and HBO also have tapped ex-Daily Show With Jon Stewart writer Jason Ross as head writer for the new series. Show More Summary
As part of his post-New Hampshire analysis on Thursday’s Nightly Show, Comedy Central personality Larry Wilmore used a clip of Senator Marco Rubio telling supporters he failed them in Saturday’s ABC debate to also argue it could be used as an admission that he had erectile dysfunction.
Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer are back as two single gals doing their thing in the new trailer for season three of their Comedy Central series Broad City.
Broad City makes its grand return to the airwaves in exactly ONE WEEK, which is the best early Leap Day gift anyone could give me. Comedy Central posted a new trailer today, and it's got all the elements—Ilana's tiny t-shirts, vibrators, children playing basketball, Jaimé, and, apparently, an airport sprint. Behold: [ more › ]
“Broad City” is (almost) back and will feature embattled Clippers star Blake Griffin. Comedy Central released a trailer Wednesday promoting the show’s third season and featuring Griffin, along with several other celebrity guest stars. Created by Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson, the series focuses...
by Bill Pearis Broad City has just released the first good look at the upcoming new season, which debuts February 17 on Comedy Central. The Season 3 trailer doesn't feature guest star Hilary Clinton, but I did spot Cynthia Nixon...
Larry Wilmore hasn't shied away from telling his Comedy Central viewers exactly what he thinks of Bill Cosby. And on Tuesday night's episode of The Nightly Show, Wilmore doubled down and then some. First he noted that Super Bowl 50 reminded him "that's the number of women who have accused Bill Cosby of rape. That's […]
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… “Oh no! Tinkerbell is dying!” If I was a honcho at Comedy Central, today I’d be kicking myself for not hiring Samantha Bee to replace Jon Stewart on The Daily Show. Her debut episode of Full Frontal aired...Show More Summary
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE COLONIZER'S FIELD AGENT: THE PRECIPITATING ISSUE: Beyonce's Super Bowl Half Time Performance In "Designer Black Panther Gear" THE PROPAGANDA MESSAGE: Taking The "Black Lives Matter Movement" From The...Show More Summary
Nikki Glaser, maybe best known from Inside Amy Schumer, opens her audacious new show with an intermingled introduction and warning: “I’m a curious perv, and this is Not Safe.” Comedy Central bills Not Safe With Nikki Glaser as an “unapologetic,...Show More Summary
Show, don't tell. An old rule about writing that applies even more so to television. Why talk about sex when you can show it? Or, if not show it, then at least tease it, put people in varying degrees of comfortable situations regarding it, and have lots of laughs about it? That truth lies at […]
Television giant Viacom and new media vanguard Snapchat have inked a multiyear advertising deal. While the two companies have already partnered on Discover channels for Viacom-owned entities MTV and Comedy Central, the ad sales deal,...Show More Summary
From the February 8 edition of Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: JESSICA WILLIAMS: And it was awesome because there was so much in this video about black female empowerment. But its not just about self-love, I mean she calls out police brutality and the constant fear that black people have of the police. Show More Summary
Deal will help Viacom generate revenue lost from falling TV ratings. Viacom, the owner of television networks including MTV, Comedy Central, BET, VH1, and Nickelodeon, has signed a multiyear deal with disappearing messaging app Snapchat to sell ads on the app's behalf, confirms Reuters. News of a likely deal was first reported by the Wall Street Journal. Read Full Story
Over the past 15 years, no television show has been a more reliable factory for comedic talent than The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Comedy Central's flagship late night program has introduced us to Stephen Colbert, Steve Carell, Ed Helms, Rob Corddry, Rob Riggle, John Hodgman and plenty of others. Show More Summary
Megan Fox joins “New Girl.” Tosh.0 returns for Season 8.
Samantha Bee didn't want Jon Stewart's job. In the rush to replace Stewart, Comedy Central reportedly gave offers to many people. Amy Schumer, Amy Poehler, and even Louis CK were allegedly asked to take over "The Daily Show," but none was interested. Show More Summary
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Friday, February 5 & Saturday, February 6. All times are Eastern. Top pick Hannibal Buress: Comedy Camisado (Netflix, 3:01 a.m., Friday): While his Comedy Central series may be done, that only means Hannibal Buress has that much more time to devote to his standup career, which is a win for us, really. Show More Summary
In videos on her Chescaleigh YouTube channel, Franchesca Ramsey points out problematic behavior and discusses race relations in the modern world. Now, she has landed a new gig that will bring her digital personality to television: She...Show More Summary