Andy Samberg's Lonely Island production venture has unveiled the first slate of projects for its “Party Over Here” initiative to incubate potential Fox and FX comedies on digital platforms…
Broadway Video Entertainment's “Saturday Night Live” has set up shop on YouTube — its first official channel on the world's biggest Internet video destination — but the free clips are not available…
Defying the unlucky connotations of its title, Black Sabbath's "13" has become the metal godfathers' first U.S. No. 1 album.
YouTube has lined up more than 40 comedians, actors and digital comedy producers for its first Comedy Week, a weeklong online event to run May 19-25. There is no advertising opportunity with…
A lowbrow, lame-brained mash-up of buddies-on-patrol comedy and sci-fi actioner, held together (barely) by an endless string of penis jokes.
A raunchy, broadly played farce that may amuse even non-fans of the "Saturday Night Live" sketches.
The writing and acting buds from Berkeley have been breathing energy into "Saturday Night Live" since they joined the show in 2005 -- the same year they helped launch YouTube into the stratosphere…
It's not easy to turn YouTube stardom into the real thing. But Douglas Sarine and Kent Nichols, the duo behind online phenom "Ask a Ninja," are making some inroads, becoming the first video bloggers…