When Grace Helbig and My Damn Channel parted ways, it felt like the end of "Daily Grace," Helbig's popular daily vlog. But it was just the beginning of bigger things.
Between seasons 1 and 2 of Comedy Central's "Nathan for You," its creator, Nathan Fielder, had some down time, during which he became unnaturally obsessed with psychics.
Ask Ben Falcone about his directorial debut, and he's quick to deflect the conversation to his wife and star, Melissa McCarthy, who co-wrote "Tammy."
On the brink of hitting 100 episodes, the players behind "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" have figured out what success feels like: hatred.
While the characters on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" have been stuck at Paddy's Pub for nine years, the show's five main actors have ventured out of the perpetually luminous confines of…
Before tackling standup, Emily Heller did her homework. She lived in San Francisco for three years after college, working for a comedy website, a job that allowed her the chance to obsessively watch…
Brian McElhaney, right, and Nick Kocher first found success with Internet sketch comedy as the duo BriTANicK.
Shows rely upon thesps schooled in improv and sketch comedy.
While "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" has been hitting the media hard for its election coverage, "The Colbert Report" has been taking a more absurdist approach to political satire.
Jim Gaffigan decided to release his new 75-minute special, "Mr. Universe," on his website for $5 -- no digital encryption, no restrictions.
Chris Hardwick wasn't getting the kind of work he wanted in 2010, so he made a bold gamble: Rather than desperately seek out audiences, he'd let them come to him.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
- Oscars: With Historic ‘Moonlight’ Win, the Academy Embraces Empathy Over Escapism
- Oscar-Winner Casey Affleck Calls Denzel Washington ‘One of the First People Who Taught Me How to Act’
- Epic Oscars Mistake: Faye Dunaway, Warren Beatty Announce Wrong Best Picture Winner
- ‘La La Land’ Makes Damien Chazelle Youngest Best Director Winner in Oscars History