Here’s the Trailer for Judd Apatow’s HBO Documentary ‘The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling’
Today, HBO released the first trailer for Judd Apatow’s two-part, four-hour Garry Shandling documentary, titled The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling. Set to air next month, the documentary features over 40 of Shandling’s family members and friends, including James L. Brooks, Sarah Silverma... [Read More]
IFC’s ‘Brockmire’ Heads to New Orleans in the Season 2 Trailer
IFC’s Brockmire returns with a brand new season in April, and today the network dropped a trailer. Renewed ahead of its season 1 premiere last year, the Hank Azaria-starring series returns Wednesday, April 25th at 10:00pm, and the next batch of episodes follow Jim Brockmire as he “finds ... [Read More]
Sasheer Zamata and Sean Kleier to Star in NBC Comedy Pilot ‘So Close’
Saturday Night Live alum Sasheer Zamata has a new TV project in the works. Deadline reports that Zamata and Sean Kleier (Odd Mom Out) have signed on to star in a multi-cam comedy pilot in the works at NBC called So Close. Ordered at the network last month, the pilot is produced by Sean Hayes, [&hell... [Read More]
The Duplass Brothers Land a Four-Movie Deal with Netflix
Jay and Mark Duplass have four movies in the works at Netflix. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the duo has landed a four-picture deal with the streaming network, which will start with a movie starring Ray Romano to be released sometime later this year. The movie, which is currently untitled, is... [Read More]
‘In Living Color’ Gets Its Own History Book with ‘Homey Don’t Play That’
When In Living Color premiered on Fox in 1990, the sketch series represented the beginning of a wave of Black network programming unlike any seen on television in decades (arguably ever). In 1994, In Living Color ended along with four other Black series on Fox alone (the syndicated talk show The Ars... [Read More]
Check Out the Season 5 Trailer for HBO’s ‘Silicon Valley’
The new season of Silicon Valley now has a full trailer, and it’s got it all: a bunch of dogs, a bear, a secret message, and Andy Daly. Renewed for season 5 last year, the show returns next month with Thomas Middleditch, Zach Woods, Kumail Nanjiani, Martin Starr, Josh Brener, Amanda Crew, Matt... [Read More]
Jordan Klepper Chats with Parkland Mass Shooting Survivors Carly Novell and Delaney Tarr on ‘The Opposition’
Here’s a clip from last night’s Opposition, where Jordan Klepper talks with Carly Novell and Delaney Tarr, two seniors and shooting survivors from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School who are using their platform to call for the government to pass common-sense gun control laws. At o... [Read More]
Catching Up with ‘Reductress’ Founders Beth Newell and Sarah Pappalardo
It’s been one hell of a news cycle for Reductress. The site dedicated its entire landing page to rape culture back in 2016, partially in response to how sexual assault was being discussed in the comedy world. Today, every website’s homepage looks like Reductress in 2016: an endless parad... [Read More]
Freeform Orders ‘Girls Code’ Comedy Pilot Directed by Paul Feig
Paul Feig is directing a comedy pilot in the works at Freeform. The network announced today that it’s given a pilot order to Girls Code, which was put into development back in October. New Girl’s Kim Rosenstock serves as writer on the half-hour workplace comedy, which follows &ldquo... [Read More]
Sterling K. Brown and Bill Hader to Host ‘SNL’ Next Month
Saturday Night Live just revealed two more hosts for this season. First up is Sterling K. Brown, who will make his hosting debut on March 10th with musical guest James Bay. Then, on St. Patrick’s Day, SNL alum Bill Hader will host with musical guest Arcade Fire. Hader last hosted the show back... [Read More]