Last summer saw the introduction of the phrase "the Louie deal" among comedians.
When Jennifer Lawrence was on "Monk" in 2006, she and her parents recalled the year before -- when they were holed up in a Florida motel preparing for a fruitless Abercrombie shoot. They laughed.
Chris Colfer spent ages 8 through 16 doing community theater productions -- "I was every little boy role in every production," he says -- but only saw performances if someone's relative taped the…
As Sally Draper on "Mad Men," Kiernan Shipka has been slapped, mixed drinks, smoked cigarettes, driven a car and, in a recent episode, cut her own hair and then got caught masturbating at a…
Jennifer Lawrence is great at interviews and refreshingly honest, though not by her account.
I have an attraction to playing complex characters, and they don't come around that often, especially for women."
For devoted fans of "The Andy Griffith Show," the program's 249 episodes translate to 249 lessons learned.
It's hard to get on Billy Gardell's bad side. Ask about his TV track record ("Yes, Dear" and "My Name Is Earl"), and he'll quickly offer up, with a hearty laugh, "I've been on everything that's been…
The nominees for director of a variety, musical or comedy series Emmy kept plenty of chainsaws in the air at once.
Emmy voters have seen this one before.
Twitter: Not just for talking about mind-blowing soup. Comedians of all stripes have taken to the microblogging service, and the Internet is funnier for it.