Portlandia returns to IFC on Feb. 27, for the first of its two new confirmed seasons. This time around, Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein will be joined by a whole slew of new and returning guest stars, including Vanessa Bayer, Kirsten Dunst, k.d. Show More Summary
A recent Best Buy ad opens with a cozy holiday tableau: Maya Rudolph sits next to a Christmas tree, in front of a fire, reading a Christmas story called “Aunt Judy.” Judy, a young, remarkably unfrazzled, professional-looking woman, flits around Best Buy, Christmas list in hand, grabbing all the hottest... More »
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Fans of "Saturday Night Live's" Maya Rudolph have new reason to rejoice: the 41-year-old is now working on a comedy variety show! Deadline reports that Canadian-America TV producer Lorne Michaels will work with Rudolph to shoot a pilot...Show More Summary
Maya Rudolph is finally getting the proper spotlight for her talents. The Saturday Night Live vet will headline her own prime-time variety show, Deadline reports. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Saturday Night Live Christina Applegate Will Arnett Maya Rudolph Lorne Michaels Up All Night The Way, Way Back Grown Ups 2
The world can rest a lot easier now that the Maya Rudolph void on television will finally be filled. Rudolph will come back to her home turf of NBC with a prime time variety series produced by Saturday Night Live godfather Lorne Michaels. Show More Summary
First mentioned back in February as one of several preferable alternatives to remaining with Up All Night, just slightly above self-immolation, Maya Rudolph has successfully landed her own primetime variety special. Deadline reportsShow More Summary
Rejoice! Maya Rudolph is getting her own variety show on NBC. According to Deadline, the "Saturday Night Live" alumna will front a variety show pilot that will air as a special after the Winter Olympics. Rudolph will executive produce...Show More Summary
NBC has ordered a pilot for a variety show hosted by former Saturday Night Live and Up All Night star Maya Rudolph.
Nearly nine months ago, we heard that Maya Rudolph, in the wake of Up All Night, was looking to do a variety show, even turning down multiple sitcom pilots. Well, guys, Deadline reports it's really happening. Lorne Michaels will work with Rudolph to shoot a pilot that will air as... More »
EXCLUSIVE: Saturday Night Live alumna Maya Rudolph is returning to NBC with a new variety series project produced by SNL honcho Lorne Michaels, this time in primetime. The network has ordered a pilot for a variety series headlined by Rudolph. Show More Summary
In case you missed it, "Saturday Night Live" has come under fire for not having a black woman on its cast since Maya Rudolph left in 2007.
This week’s host Kerry Washington is only the third black woman to host so far this decade, after only Gabourey Sidibe and Maya Rudolph. It was great to see SNL start off this week by addressing this problem, but it also brought about one of the best hosts this year in Washington.
Since its 1975 debut, Saturday Night Live has had 137 cast members, but of that number, only four have been black women. And with the 2007 departure of the bi-racial Maya Rudolph, that has left SNL with no black female cast members. Some black advocacy groups have taken notice. Show More Summary
The Civil Rights group Colorofchange.org wants to know why the head of Saturday Night Live has no black women on his staff. “Since Maya Rudolph’s departure in 2007, SNL has failed to cast even one Black woman — yet still manages to traffic...Show More Summary
Winning the prestigious annual designation of being the first brand to launch a national broadcast campaign for the holiday is Best Buy. Teaming with AOR CP+B, the duo have decided that the best way to delude people into putting a Microsoft...Show More Summary
Family Guy has recruited two familiar TV voices for an upcoming episode, and those voices belong to Maya Rudolph and
Wed October 16, 2013 by Dalila-Johari Paul Word on the street is that Saturday Night Live hasn't been that funny for years. Sure, there have been several standout performers in the last 20 years. Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Kristen Wiig, Cheri Oteri and Molly Shannon. Show More Summary