BET Networks has unveiled its 2017-18 programming slate at its annual Upfront presentation in New York. The lineup includes a new scripted dramedy from Kevin Hart, new late-night comedy shows from Steve Harvey, Wanda Sykes and Chris...Show More Summary
"You are an angry, Jewish gay man and we need you out here, so thank you," guest Wanda Sykes tells host Guy Branum on an early episode of TruTV's new series Talk Show the Game Show. "Political grandstanding," panel judge Casey Schreiner chimes in, adding, "Two points!" While it's true that...
Wanda Sykes: ‘Tiffany Trump Shouldn’t Have Secret Service, Should Have a Mall Cop’ Out comedian Wanda Sykes has some hilarious opinions on things, and she didn’t hold back when she appeared with Conan earlier this week. When asked her...Show More Summary
It's no secret that Wanda Sykes is not a fan of President Donald Trump's.
Wanda Sykes seizes her chance to rip President Donald Trump whenever she gets one. Remember, she’s the same comedian who flipped off audience members for booing her Trump material at a November charity concert. Given a national cable audience on “Conan” Thursday, Sykes wasn’t about to waste the moment this time, either. Show More Summary
Austin’s annual South by Southwest Festival has released the list of performers who are set for the tenth edition of SXSW Comedy Festival, which includes Bob Odenkirk, Whitney Cummings, Michael Ian Black, and Wanda Sykes. The fest, which...Show More Summary
ABC has put in development an untitled comedy from actress/comedian Zainab Johnson, comedy veteran Tom Straw (The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson), and Wanda Sykes and Page Hurwitz’s Push It Productions. Written by Straw based on a story by Straw and Johnson, the project centers on a beautiful, Muslim model as she inches toward her 30th birthday. Show More Summary
Don Cheadle & Wanda Sykes went head to head on Lip Sync Battle. Wanda performed George Michael and Queen Latifah. The highlight of the night had to be Don surprising everyone by doing Diddy’s “Mo Money Mo Problems” with
20th Century Fox has released the pretty funny Red-Band and Green Band trailer for their upcoming film, Snatched, starring Amy Schumer, Goldie Hawn, Joan Cusack, Ike Barinholtz, Wanda Sykes, and Christopher Meloni. Film follows Emily...Show More Summary
These were the final two commercials of Shaq's American Express series.
Shaquille O’Neal and Wanda Sykes shot some sort of ad for a credit card in San Francisco back in October. For some reason, (...)
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TeleSur | – – Building a wall of support against Trump’s wall of rhetoric is the way forward. Wanda Sykes, a Black lesbian comedian, was booed because she dared to rant against…
YIKES, Sykes! We know Donald Trump has his supporters, but we didn't think they'd be in the crowd to see Wanda Sykes perform standup! Related: Teen Mom OG Gets WILD With Male Strippers & Farrah Abraham Meltdowns! Over the weekend, Sykes performed during the 22nd annual Comics Come Home fundraiser at Boston's TD Garden arena where she SLAMMED [...]
Wanda Sykes wants to set the record straight. At a stand-up show in Boston on Saturday, Sykes, who has never shied away from political punchlines, did not get booed offstage by audience members who didn’t like her jokes about President-elect Donald Trump, as reported by Fox News. But there were boos. “First of all, I was […]
Comedian Wanda Sykes is putting the jokes aside and setting the record straight about her highly publicized Donald Trump routine.
While dads across the nation are suggesting that Donald Trump's win might be good for comedy because of "all the material" he'll provide, incidents at professional comedians' performances suggest the opposite. Weeks after Amy Schumer caused walkouts for her anti-Trump material, Wanda Sykes was booed off stage at a charity event for hers. Show More Summary
She doesn't get the response she was hoping for.
On Saturday night, about a hundred hours after Donald Trump’s election as President, Wanda Sykes took the stage at the TD Garden, in Boston, to deliver a short set, part of a comedy evening for charity. Sykes, a gay black comic and often...Show More Summary