The season's top comedy contenders reveal what makes them yuk it up — and more — at Variety's Emmy studio.
Carrie and Fred are back, and as epic as ever. IFC’s “Portlandia” released its season five trailer Thursday, giving glimpses at some of the very unique characters and scenes from the minds of…
“Portlandia” star and co-creator Carrie Brownstein has come on board to write a “Lost in Austen” movie, based on the original U.K. series. It’s the first feature writing project for Brownstein, and…
The program relies heavily on improvisation, while making do on a limited budget. Most episodes consist of short pieces, but this season, the program tested a story arc in which the two main…
Kaley Cuoco, Jessica Walter and Allison Williams are among top contenders.
IFC has made a double investment in “Portlandia” as it renews the comedy for a fourth and fifth season. Cabler has ordered 10 halfhour episodes from Broadway Video for each new season, and is slating…
Opting for two tales of CIA heroics, showbiz scribes have selected "Argo" and "Zero Dark Thirty" for the key screenplay awards from the Writers Guild of America.
Nominees include "The Colbert Report," "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart," "Portlandia," "Real Time With Bill Maher" and "Saturday Night Live"
IFC has renewed comedy "Portlandia" for a second season, the cabler's first in-season pickup of an original series.
Lonelyhearts going nowhere fill every corner of Matt McCormick's "Some Days Are Better Than Others," a film that verges on a parody of American indie cliches.