Check out the pilot for “How to Watch Movies with Nick Turner”

Effervescent stand-up Nick Turner is pitching a new TV show, How to Watch Movies with Nick Turner, and you can… MORE

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Anders Holm to star in new Mindy Kaling sitcom “Champions”

Mindy Kaling can’t stay off TV for too long – months after The Mindy Project series finale, its been announced… MORE

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Comedy Central orders nine pilots, picks up three series including a game show from Reggie Watts

It’s a huge day for Comedy Central, as the network reveals a development slate for the 2017-18 season that includes… MORE

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Bobby Moynihan’s new pilot now has 100% more Jaleel “Steve Urkel” White

Earlier this year, we reported that Bobby Moynihan might be leaving Saturday Night Live – if his new pilot, Me,… MORE

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Cristela Alonzo is an angel (on new ABC pilot “The Gospel of Kevin,” at least)

Stand-up and star of single-season comedy Cristela, Cristela Alonzo, is returning to screens soon in The Gospel of Kevin, a… MORE

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Patton Oswalt and Glenn Howerton team up on new NBC pilot from “SNL” alum Mike O’Brien

Comedian Patton Oswalt and Always Sunny star Glenn Howerton will co-star in a new comedy sitcom for NBC, reports Variety,… MORE

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When Feig, Apatow, Cross, and Hodgson Spun the ‘TV Wheel’

What innovations are there in television? Multi-camera filming, laugh tracks, color, the variety show, cable, reality TV, HD, digital filming, and a handful of other landmarks (including a few major ones I’m sure I’m forgetting) that have sprung up. The point is, in nearly 100 years of television we’ve seen that it’s not a form […]

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