Lilly Singh filmed her entire first season of her late-late-night talker for NBC in the last few months of 2019, which meant viewers kept seeing regular new episodes of A Little Late with Lilly Singh with studio audiences into May 2020! Now that that&#…Continue Reading
Amy Schumer and her award-winning cookbook husband have cooked up a Food Network TV series from home during quarantine from the coronavirus pandemic. Amy Schumer Learns to Cook premiered Monday night, the first of eight episodes filmed inside the home …Continue Reading
Amy Schumer and her award-winning cookbook husband have cooked up a Food Network TV series from home during quarantine from the coronavirus pandemic. Amy Schumer Learns to Cook began production in April inside the home the comedian shares with husband/…Continue Reading
Sunday night’s Feeding America Comedy Festival, broadcast by NBC and brought to you by Byron Allen’s Allen Media Group and Funny or Die, included a little bit of everything over the course of two hours. If you missed the telecast, you can w…Continue Reading
The cast of NBC’s Parks and Recreation is staging a one-time reunion to benefit Feeding America. The half-hour scripted special will air Thursday, April 30 at 8:30 pm Eastern/Pacific. Everyone’s coming back for it. Amy Poehler, Rashida Jon…Continue Reading
Live from quarantine, it’s (once again) Saturday Night! While all of the major talk shows, sans The Late Late Show,… MORE
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Bummer. Variety broke the news Friday night that Comedy Central isn’t going to be airing any new episodes of Lights Out with David Spade on Comedy Central. Head writer Sean O’Connor shouted out his writing staff tonight: Connor McSpadden, K…Continue Reading
With late-night TV productions shut down, and networks airing repeats in their place, some hosts have taken to recording ad hoc monologues from home or remotely to at least give some viewers (and themselves) some comfort during the global pandemic of c…Continue Reading
Last night, former Conan writer Deon Cole, best known for his work on Black-ish and Angie Tribeca, went on Conan… MORE
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After months of rumors and hints, it’s official: The Friends cast will reunite exclusively for an untitled unscripted special for HBO Max, WarnerMedia’s direct-to-consumer offering debuting in May 2020. Series stars Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Co…Continue Reading