Changing cadre of on-air talent keeps 'Daily Show' cutting-edge
This year's Emmy battle for top comedy series is an insta-classic: old vs. new.
Podcasting, whatever the product, has afforded comics a new form of creative expression -- one that distills their voice down to its purest form. And that artistic clarity is in high demand.
Joe Mande was never much good at anything but comedy. Right out of college, he got a suit-and-tie job at a high-end optical store his cousin owned in New York. Though Mande trained as a salesperson…
After years of sharing crazy stories onstage, Moshe Kasher agreed to try something different with his latest longform monologue. At the encouragement of his manager, the comic arranged the outrageous…
When Keenen Ivory Wayans was casting Fox's "In Living Color" reboot, he stumbled upon one of Lil Rel Howery's standup videos by mistake.
Though she's not one of the onscreen parents who topline NBC's "Up All Night," it's hard to imagine the show without Maya Rudolph.
The complexities of "Awake" -- a drama about a cop who alternates between two dream realities after a car crash: one where his wife survived; the other, his son -- weren't lost on Jason Isaacs.
Some might believe playing former lawyer, current stay-at-home dad Chris Brinkley in "Up All Night" might have been somewhat emasculating for Will Arnett, but he would strongly disagree.
When Christina Applegate first met with "Up All Night" creator Emily Spivey, they didn't talk much about Spivey's life.
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