Five comedians who should be dramatic actors
Patton Oswalt's list of 5 comedians who have conquered funny and now need to take a chance on drama.
There's nothing funny about this deeply cynical new version of Anchorman 2.
Jay Leno told Jimmy Fallon to make his monologue longer. Jimmy would be a fool to listen.
In one scene from Rebel Wilson’s sitcom “Super Fun Night,” which premiered last night on ABC, Wilson’s character—an attorney named Kimmie Boubier—careens screaming down the hallway as if fleeing a fire. “What’s the rush?” a colleague asks her. “Someone just tweeted there were jelly donuts in the break room,” she replies. “You’ve got the heart of a lion, in the body of a much larger lion,” Kimmie’s skinny co-worker tells her in another scene. There are countless body-related gags in last night’s episode alone.
Our culture’s cruel obsession with dirty old women
Our culture’s cruel obsession with dirty old women.
It's time to say it: The Netflix format just isn't working.
Why the show's new season struggles with the Netflix format.
The show has spent its final season dismembering its fourth wall piece by piece.
Liz Meriwether is the anti-Lena Dunham
While everyone was fawning over Lena Dunham, Liz Meriwether made a show that's funnier and more true to life.
The comedian couldn't help making himself, not the media, the butt of his jokes
The comedian couldn't help making himself, not the media, the butt of his jokes.
The rising Aussie comedienne is the anti–Melissa McCarthy
The rising Aussie comedienne is the anti–Melissa McCarthy.