"Nathan for You," the offbeat reality series in which comedian Nathan Fielder offers unorthodox success strategies to struggling people and businesses, has been renewed for a fourth season, it was…
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It must be happy hour somewhere. Comedy Central announced Friday that it has given third season orders to both “Drunk History” and “Nathan For You.” The news was announced by Kent Alterman, Comedy…
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.
The mystery of the Dumb Starbucks is solved: Nathan Fielder, star of Comedy Central’s “Nathan For You,” is the comedian behind the parody. He made the announcement Monday afternoon in a press…
The show certainly moves into a prime piece of real estate; how long it stays could be another matter.
The idea of a 5-year-old sitting in a theater and swiveling his head between the bigscreen and an iPad just feels wrong.
MPTF’s Evening Before party was the last stop for many partygoers before Sunday’s Emmy Awards. Held at the Lawn at Century Park, stars and TV bizzers mingled under the stars. Among the guests were…
After a surprisingly strong remake, Steven R. Monroe delivers exactly the kind of bottom-feeding exploitation trash one expected the last time around.
Comedy Central has given frosh programs “The Jeselnik Offensive” and “Nathan for You” second seasons. “Jeselnik Offensive” features Jeselnik’s comedic, sardonic spin on must-see headlines. Show is…
Inside the online revival of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," where production and distribution are getting a radical rethink.
Every writer puts a little of himself into his creations. And the case of Andrew Marlowe, whose ABC series "Castle" hit its 100th episode milestone April 1, is no exception.
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