Tracy Morgan’s stand-up special ‘Bona Fide’ set to premiere on Comedy Central April 20th
Tracy Morgan is one of the most recognizable names in the stand up world. He has been all over the place from the legendary Saturday Night Live to hit NBC show 30 Rock. However his roots are, and have always been, in stand-up comedy. Having said that, I bring to you some exciting news, Tracy’s... [Read More]
 
Tracy Morgan Tells Arsenio Hall About His Crack Dealing Days
by Megh Wright On last night's Arsenio, Tracy Morgan looked back on his last job before show business when he worked as a sensitive crack dealer, or as he calls it, "a crack dealer with a heart of gold." He also relived the memories of going fishing with his uncle and the time his aunt helped him lo... [Read More]
 
FXX signs Tracy Morgan with comedy from Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton
Saturday Night Live alum Tracy Morgan won’t fuddle around with a pilot for FXX. The comedy-centric sister channel of FX has given a straight-to-series order for a Morgan-starred show. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia creators Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton (along with wr... [Read More]
 
FXX orders new Tracy Morgan series in big renewal pact with RCG pushing It’s Sunny In Philadelphia to season 12
FXX so much wants It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia to be a part of its primetime programming for the next three years, that it not only renewed the sitcom for seasons 11-12 already, but also ordered an untitled Tracy Morgan sitcom straight to series with 10 episodes because the It's Always Sunny gu... [Read More]
 
FXX Orders a Show Starring Tracy Morgan and Created by the 'Always Sunny' Guys
by Megh Wright According to Deadline, FX's sister network FXX has given a straight-to-series order to an untitled comedy series starring SNL and 30 Rock alum Tracy Morgan. The series comes from the production company of Always Sunny's Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, and Luvh Rakhe and w... [Read More]
 
Craig Gass: That’s What He Said
It is said in comedy, a comic spends the beginning of their career finding their voice.  For stand up comedian Craig Gass, it took those early years to find multiple voices.  The dynamic impressionist has been wowing audiences for years with his spot on impressions of celebrities such as A... [Read More]
 
Comedy Central ‘Stand-up Month’ returns bigger than ever
For one month out of the year, Comedy Central dedicates it’s most prized time slots to new stand-up specials. If one month doesn’t seem like enough, it’s because it isn’t. This year, “Stand-Up Month” will actually be six weeks long starting on March 29th at midnig... [Read More]
 
Lady Gaga, Stephen Colbert, Mariah Carey and more welcome Jimmy Fallon to The Tonight Show (Video)
Sure it was an excuse to parade out a massive list of A-list celebrities on Jimmy Fallon’s inaugural Tonight Show, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t hilarious. Last night, a total of 14 famous friends of Fallon stopped by to pay off a $100 debt each. The reason? These doubters said F... [Read More]
 
A look at Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Tonight Show’ debut
Last night was Jimmy Fallon’s first night as the new host of The Tonight Show. It was a joyous and star-studded event that the totally lovable Fallon handled well with grace and humility. What can we expect as viewers? Well, right out of the gate you can tell it’s not your father’s... [Read More]
 
Exclusive: A behind the scenes look at Comics Come Home
We’re psyched that we got the chance to team up with the awesome music/comedy/pop culture site Under The Gun Review for this pretty awesome feature where we were offered a backstage look at Comics Come Home up in Boston. Make it a point to visit the team over there at UTG daily, they’re ... [Read More]