‘Inside Amy Schumer’ earns a fourth season on Comedy Central

She’s the current comedy “it” girl, as funny as she is fetching, the kind of blond bombshell who would just as easily pound brewskis with the boys as she would sit around and gossip with the gals. Undeniably sexy but without any of the accompanying narcissistic nastiness, she’s about to become a major movie star more »

The Mr Show gang’s getting back together for the Odenkirk/Cross Netflix show

Bob Odenkirk and David Cross have assembled a top team of comedy workers to help them craft bits for their upcoming (not soon enough) Netflix series, With Bob and David. And the best part is, many of these whip-smart comedic minds are Mr Show family. Aww. Deadline reports that all these Mr Show veterans are more »

Sarah Jessica Parker is returning to HBO with a new show called “Divorce”

Sarah Jessica Parker will rejoin her old network family HBO after a decade away from the small screen (and after saying she would never do a TV show again) with a comedy called Divorce, reports Deadline. Like Sex and the City, Divorce will be filmed in New York, and as its title indicates, it’s about more »

MTV is bringing back ‘Celebrity Death Match.’ You’re Welcome.

In the world of celebrity, there’s beef…and then there’s BEEF. Entire rap careers have been made out of one artist’s anger (and articulate means of expressing same) against another. Usually, this is done in public, or in 2015, on Twitter. More times than not, it’s just meaningless A-list drivel. Now, MTV is bringing back the more »

Ricky Gervais’ movie “Special Correspondents” is coming to Netflix

Netflix scores again, this time with a full-length feature comedy from Ricky Gervais titled Special Correspondents, starring the very versatile Eric Bana. It’s about a feckless pair of journalists (well, a radio correspondent and his producer/tech) who decide to stage their own kidnapping. They hide out in a New York City apartment and fake every more »

Diddy is producing a new show called an inner-city ‘South Park’

FX will add an animated show to its roster that’s a lot more Boondocks than Archer, and it sounds fresh in spite of being described as “South Part set in inner city Detroit.” It’s called Brightmoor, and it’s about the kids trying to make it day to day at Brightmoor Elementary in Detroit. The show more »

Bob Odenkirk and David Cross are doing a new sketch comedy show for Netflix

Mr. Show with Bob and David was a 1995 cult comedy series that ran on HBO for only four years, but fans never forgot it nor stopped watching reruns. Now, even though they have already given us so much, Bob Odenkirk and David Cross are making new episodes for fans to watch hundreds of times more »

Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig’s Lifetime movie smells a lot like a hoax

Let’s all hope for a “Hateful Eight”-style resolution for this confusing bit of news regarding a new movie from Adam McKay starring Kristin Wiig and Will Ferrell, which a project that generally sounds beneficial to the world, at large and of entertainment. What we are hoping for is for that the movie that Wiig and more »


Key and Peele’s Substitute Teacher character will be a movie

A character from comedy sketch artists Key and Peele – a crusty substitute teacher from the inner city unleashed on a class of laconic white teens slightly more energetic than Napoleon Dynamite – will soon get the full-length movie treatment. Here’s hoping they’ve already punched up a #RaceTogether joke. Mr. Garvey is a familiar archetype more »

Joseph Gordon-Levitt will star in a live action “Fraggle Rock” Movie

In a casting move as perfect as Aubrey Plaza as Grumpy Cat, spritely actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt will produce and star in a live-action Fraggle Rock movie for New Regency that is sanctioned and blessed by The Henson Company and Lisa Henson. Gordon-Levitt has the work ethic of a Doozer (and will play hard-headed workaholic Edward more »

Fashion Police has been pulled until the fall; E! execs scramble to explain

Failure, some say, is not an option. But that is bullshit. People fail all the time. Businesses fail. And sometimes, hastily retooled TV shows fail, which is the case with Fashion Police in our post-Joan Rivers existence. And while it seems that the failure of Fashion Police 2.0 doesn’t need to be explained away by more »

No joke: Andy Samberg is hosting the Emmys

It’s going to be a long hot summer, and at its end comes September with the unofficial launch of awards season: the Emmy awards. Because you’ve been good, the news of the host of the 67th Emmy Awards is going to be goofy comedian Andy Samberg, who stars in Brooklyn Nine-Nine right along with some more »