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Nativity Scene Featuring Two Josephs is Making the Yuletide Gayer

last weekLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Los Angeles-based comedian Cameron Esposito posted a photo of a neighbor’s “gaytivity” scene that caused Esposito and her wife, fellow comic Rhea Butcher, to beam with the Christmas spirit. Our neighbors’ two Joseph nativity is up… Read The post Nativity Scene Featuring Two Josephs is Making the Yuletide Gayer appeared first on Towleroad.

Comic couple Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher laugh and bicker together at the Vic

In December 2015, comedian and Chicago-area native Cameron Esposito recorded her first comedy special (“Marriage Material”) at Chicago’s Thalia Hall just two days before marrying fellow comic Rhea Butcher, who served as her opening act. Saturday night, as part of their national “Back to Back” tour,...

Carmen Esposito and Rhea Butcher's 'Back to Back' comedy tour feels more urgent with their TV show in limbo

A funny thing on happened on the way to Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher’s triumphant fall comedy tour that would have been supported, in a sense, by the upcoming second season of the married couple’s sitcom, “Take My Wife.” Their network got canceled. Not the show, the network. Seeso, the comedy...

Comedy couple Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher make jokes the family business

The co-hosts of "Put Your Hands Together" and co-stars of "Take My Wife" hit the road for a co-headlining stand-up tour.

Fall Comedy Top 10: Our pick of legends, from Steve Martin to Cameron Esposito

From local legends (Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher) to legend-legends (Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin), here are our top 10 comedy shows not to miss this fall. Jo Koy Jo Koy had been working for almost three decades and had two specials under his belt when he decided to self-fund and self-produce...

The Best Show About Lesbians Since “The L Word” Needs A New Home

4 months agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher's streaming series, "Take My Wife," has garnered laughs—and acclaim.

LGBT Comedians Roast Trump To Give Samantha Bee A Break

7 months agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

Billy Eichner, Rhea Butcher, Cameron Esposito, and more lightened up the "Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner."

Rhea Butcher On Transgender Bathroom Protections: ‘It’s about the right to exist. To be.’

Since Donald Trump rescinded protections for transgender students that guard their rights to use bathrooms corresponding with their correct gender identity, trans activists have been sounding off, pleading with the president to reconsider his decision, and explaining what personal effects of revoking these protections really means. Laverne Cox, Caitlyn Jenner, ... More »

In Support Of Trans Youth, Rhea Butcher Shares Story Of Her Bathroom Assault

10 months agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

There are people right now who don't understand why trans people are fighting for the right to use the bathroom that associates with their gender identity, as opposed to their assigned at birth sex. These peoples' frustration or confusion over...

Comedian Rhea Butcher Explains Why Anti-Trans Bathroom Policies Are Bad For Everyone, But Especially Kids

"This is about KIDS. Children. Little tiny people. Forced to enter a space that scares them. Told by adults they are wrong." [ more › ]

Newswire: John Early and Kate Berlant want to answer all your relationship questions

Every year around Valentine’s Day, The A.V. Club finds a couple of celeb-romantics to help solve our readers’ relationship woes. We’ve tasked everyone from Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally to Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher with your mostly dick-related questions, and this year will be no different. Show More Summary

Newswire: Seeso renews its commitment to Take My Wife

The A.V. Club’s Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya is a big fan of Take My Wife, a fictional series based on the real marriage between comedians Rhea Butcher and Cameron Esposito. In her review, Upadhyaya says, “Take My Wife is the only show onShow More Summary

Take My Wife Renewed for Season Two

The show where lesbians don't die has been renewed. Take My Wife, a funny, nuanced, and well-observed comedy series made by and starring real-life same-sex married couple (and stand-up comedians) Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher, will see a second season with the streaming comedy service Seeso. The comedy about comedy, ... More »

‘Take My Wife’ Renewed For Season 2 By Seeso

Seeso has picked up a second season of romcom Take My Wife, starring comedians and real-life, same-sex married couple Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher, for premiere in 2017. The half-hour, single-camera original series follows the young...Show More Summary

How Women In Comedy Are Using Feminist Punchlines To Get Through The Election

Tina Fey, Cameron Esposito, Rhea Butcher, Aparna Nancherla, Jenny Slate, Tig Notaro and Sasheer Zamata walk into a bar. No, this isn’t the beginning of a bad joke, it’s a comedy festival ? the New York Comedy Festival, founded by NYC comedy club owner Caroline Hirsch. Show More Summary

“Take My Wife” Is Unprecedented TV In Which Lesbians Laugh, Don’t Die

Rhea Butcher and Cameron Esposito's new show is truly delightful. The post “Take My Wife” Is Unprecedented TV In Which Lesbians Laugh, Don’t Die appeared first on Autostraddle.

In "Take My Wife" Carmen Esposito and Rhea Butcher Serve Up Charming Self-Awareness With a Side of Sly Pop Culture Critique

Amelia Ayrelan Iuvino “Will we have sex in our TV show?” Rhea Butcher asks Cameron Esposito as they’re lying in bed at the beginning of the second episode of their new television show, Take My Wife. The show airs on Seeso, NBC’s newish digital streaming channel. Show More Summary

Our Semi-Serious Guide to 2016 Fall TV

Take My Wife's Rhea Butcher and Cameron Esposito weigh in on the new crop of shows. Warning: May contain time travel, remakes, and lightning. The post Our Semi-Serious Guide to 2016 Fall TV appeared first on WIRED.

In Take My Wife, Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher Are Partners in Life and Comedy

It’s hard to pinpoint the exact moment when “standup comedian” became television’s most relatable profession, but it must be somewhere between Seinfeld making the comedy club seem like just another workplace and Maron restaging the WTF podcast’s revelatory interviews with comics. Show More Summary

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