Korean drama Strong Woman Do Bong Soon’s ratings continue to soar, making it JTBC’s biggest hit till date. The drama has a bit of everything — comedy, crime, romance, action and animated drama — and it balances its light and dark moments without a hitch. Show More Summary
Crashing has already demonstrated that it’s a much better show if it focuses on the comedy world than Pete’s own personal life. Last week’s episode was the best to date, solely because it was a highly specified look into the club circuit, how young comics break into rigid systems, and ... More »
When John Oliver started Last Week Tonight, a weekly comedy news recap seemed like it worked with a pretty appropriate timeframe. Having a generally well-liked president, even if the world still had plenty of room for improvement, was kind of boring. Show More Summary
This is Octavia Spencer’s first hosting gig at Saturday Night Live, but she’s definitely no stranger to comedy. While Spencer’s biggest roles have been in dramas, she pops up in comedies on TV and film quite frequently: She’s done 30 Rock and Drunk History, Zootopia and Bad Santa 2, just ... More »
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: An amateur comic comes home to find his wife in bed with another man. He later goes onstage at a comedy club and bombs spectacularly trying to discuss the experience. Afterward, his car gets towed. He then goes back home to salvage ... More »
Slate recaps: It is astonishing and shameful that we’ve reached the point as a nation where the antics of a sketch comedy troupe have a visible influence on the head of the federal government, but there’s no point denying that’s where we’re at. Show More Summary
This week’s episode of “SNL” was heavy on political commentary, with a handful of goofy concept sketches thrown into the mix for a little balance. The long-running late night comedy show proved they’ll be pulling no punches when it comes to President Trump’s administration, and they’re coming at him from every angle they can find, […]
It’s been another busy week in sports media. We’re here to recap the biggest news and events that took place and share some of our best work from the week that was. Without further adieu: ESPN canceling The Sports Reporters, to be replaced with a Sunday E:60 – Jan. Show More Summary
On Vanderpump Rules Season 5 Episode 11, Kristen used a photo of Jax's junk in a comedy bit - a.k.a. "The D Pic" - to Brittany's consternation. Meanwhile, Ariana dropped a BOMB on Stassi. Watch Vanderpump Rules Season 5 Episode 11 Online When Vanderpump...Show More Summary
“Saturday Night Live” returned this weekend with the first new episode of 2017 featuring host Felicity Jones and musical guest Sturgill Simpson. Jones was fresh off her box office win in “Rogue One,” but learned that live comedy takes a whole different kind of force to pull off. DONALD TRUMP PRESS CONFERENCE COLD OPEN “SNL” […]
An artificial intelligence pioneer gets himself killed while making a deal with the devil in this episode of Bones. "The Final Chapter: The Brain in the Bot" is a perfect combination of Bones-y comedy and heartwarming remembrances after the cloying darkness knit by the Puppeteer case. Show More Summary
John Cena has never hosted Saturday Night Live before, but he is no slouch when it comes to being silly. Even among the big personalities of WWE, Cena exhibits a flair for theatrical gimmicks, such as rapping in a Vanilla Ice costume and dubbing himself the "Doctor of Thuganomics." In ... More »
Lin-Manuel Miranda Tuesday provided Comedy Central’s Drunk History viewers with a sloshed recap of the duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, the central plot point of his hit Broadway play Hamilton. Miranda’s “Hamilton” became a central plot point in its own right last week...
It is difficult to sit down and watch a half-hour comedy at a time like this, and it would be disingenuous for me to claim otherwise. I wish I had something more or better or broader to say about the state of our world and what role television might play ... More »
The U.K. digital entertainment service Now TV has recruited British comedy legend John Cleese to guide new viewers through the first six seasons of The Walking Dead. The post John Cleese Recaps the First 6 Seasons of The Walking Dead appeared first on CBR.com.
No matter what else The Good Place does, we'll always have Michael's "I wanted more time to be human" speech. A classic example of the comedy list — where a character keeps naming off things, each more random and hilarious than the last — Michael's long lament during what he believes will ... More »
Lessons in The Walking Dead from a comedy legend.
"Lesson 2: There are no safe places"
Trans actress Alexandra Grey (Transparent, We Will Rise) gave a history lesson on the Stonewall Riots, Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera in a recent episode of Comedy Central’s Drunk History. For those unfamiliar, the show has inebriated narr… Read The post Drunk History Recaps the Stonewall Riots and Honors Marsha P. Johnson – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
For the record, I’m totally loving FX’s new scripted comedy series ‘Atlanta’! In a world filled with reality shows, it’s truly a breath of fresh air! [READ: RECAP: Atlanta Episode 6 – “VALUE” (FULL VIDEO)] While last week’s episode focused...Show More Summary