In several ways, 700 Sundays weren't enough for Billy Crystal.They weren't enough time to spend with his late concert promoter father, Jack; the original run of the Tony Award-winning stage show about their relationship - titled "700...Show More Summary
NBC is planning a new special to celebrate 40 years of Saturday Night Live, the network announced Friday. The three-hour live special will air... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Saturday Night Live Amy Poehler Billy Crystal Chevy Chase Chris Farley Jimmy Fallon Mike Myers Will Ferrell Maya Rudolph Lorne Michaels Seth Meyers Tina Fey Norm McDonald
In his one-man show, ‘700 Sundays’, Crystal interweaves the bitter and sweet—growing up Jewish in Long Beach, being the token Munchkin on the school basketball team—and reminds us what great comedy is.
Billy Crystal and Ralph Lawler, an underrated announcer who had the impossible and unenviable task of announcing in city that belonged to Vin Scully and Chick Hearn, have been the Clippers' biggest stars -- and constants -- until recently. Show More Summary
Billy Crystal is bringing his Tony Award-winning, autobiographical stage production, "700 Sundays," to HBO, and with it, he's giving a whole new audience a look at his life growing up with and without his father.The title of the show...Show More Summary
Comedian Billy Crystal was apparently born funny. Baby boy Crystal's naked body was barely out of his mother's womb on Sunday, March 17, 1948 when the little guy noticed things weren't going to go his way. Without giving away the punch...Show More Summary
The "700 Sundays" comedian paid tribute by recalling one of Rooney's final public appearances, during which performed a time-step and "brought the house down." read more
Billy Crystal knows funny and he knows talented, so it's no wonder he was a "tremendous" fan of the late Mickey Rooney's, as he noted during a visit to TODAY Monday. "He was a tremendous talent, and someone at 5 foot tall that everybody looked up to," said Crystal.He noted that the actor, who died Sunday at age 93, was always up for a performance. Show More Summary
Taped before a live audience Jan. 3 and 4 at the Imperial Theatre in New York
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In TV pickup news you probably figured happened several months ago, FX has picked up its new Billy Crystal and Josh Gad vehicle The Comedians to series, something it announced via press release. Thirteen episodes will be produced later...Show More Summary
He’ll star with Josh Gad in the FX show about a late-night sketch comedy show. The plot centers around a veteran and a newcomer clashing about comedy. FX has ordered 13 episodes of the half-hour series, which will air in 2015. It is based on a series that was successful in Sweden. Other regulars on […]
What do Billy Crystal and Josh Gad have in common? Quite a bit, actually. They've both graced the Broadway stage and have received Tony nominations (Crystal actually won one). They've both voiced Disney characters. They're both really funny. Show More Summary
Mr. Crystal is the latest example of a established star who is attracted by the cable television model for making a series.
"I'm not playing the crusty grandfather who can't remember where he left his keys, I'm playing myself," Billy Crystal says of returning to weekly television in FX's forthcoming "The Comedians."
FX announced today that they have picked up The Comedians for 13 episodes. Based on a Swedish show of the same name, it stars Billy Crystal as a legendary comic who gets paired with a brash up-and-comer (Josh Gad) for a fictional sketch show. Larry Charles (Curb Your Enthusiasm, Seinfeld), Matt... More »
It’s official — Billy Crystal is returning to television, and he’s bringing funnyman Josh Gad with him. FX announced Wednesday
FX has ordered 13 episodes of The Comedians, a half-hour sitcom starring Billy Crystal and Josh Gad, the network announced Wednesday. The Comedians, based on a Swedish series of the same name, will offer an unfiltered behind-the-scenes look at late-night sketch comedy. Show More Summary
The 13-episode comedy will debut in 2015.
FX ordered 13 episodes of the comedy aptly titled The Comedians. Starring Billy Crystal as a veteran comedian and Josh Gad as… Read More