Desus and Mero officially launching weekly late-night Showtime series
And now it’s official! Hot off the press release… SHOWTIME has ordered a weekly half-hour late-night series starring Desus Nice and The Kid Mero, scheduled for premiere in 2019. The first ever weekly late-night talk show on SHOWTIME will feature popular TV and podcast personalities Desu... [Read More]
Nikki Glaser stopped by “The Tonight Show” and spoke a bit about the cloud and her own insecurity
On Friday evening Nikki Glaser was the guest comedian on The Tonight Show and she took the opportunity to tell… MORE Nikki Glaser stopped by “The Tonight Show” and spoke a bit about the cloud and her own insecurity appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Emmy consideration for “American Vandal” cannot be overlooked
Netflix’s original series, American Vandal is easily one of the most hilarious breakout series the streaming giant put forth this… MORE Emmy consideration for “American Vandal” cannot be overlooked appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Hannah Gadsby pulls out of the Edinburgh Fringe
Award-winner cites other commitments as her show drops on Netflix [Read More]
Episode #212: Clusterfest 2018 with Mark Normand, Roy Wood Jr., and Sasheer Zamata
This is a special edition of Last Things First, recorded live during Clusterfest 2018 in San Francisco. Comedy Central was kind enough to ask me to host a series of Clusterfest panels for the media that they called fireside chats. In this session, I welcomed Sasheer Zamata, Roy Wood Jr., and Mark No... [Read More]
Talking about Chris Hardwick
Sunday night was supposed to herald another big moment for Chris Hardwick’s TV career with the premiere of Talking with Chris Hardwick and his big-get guest, Donald Glover. But AMC pulled that episode, and the entire series, following allegations of sexual assault and abuse made by an ex-girlf... [Read More]
You haven’t seen nor heard the last from the late Mitch Hedberg
When several comedians convened in November 2016 to pay tribute to the late great Mitch Hedberg, his widow, Lynn Shawcroft, hinted there would be more to come from his estate — even more than the Comedy Central Records limited-edition box set they unveiled that night. Now Shawcroft is backing ... [Read More]