“The Story of Everest” and More of the Most Influential Comedy to Today’s TV Writers
If you’re looking for a fun way to kill some time today, Decider published a great two-part series where they asked 25 comedy writers to write about a television episode, sketch, or special that helped inspire them to get into comedy. Notably, Mr. Show’s classic “The Story of Evere... [Read More]
Brian Regan’s Evolution
I’m not a big fan of comedy classes. I think anybody who is starting out and wants to learn should save their money and just watch one of Brian Regan’s specials. Each one — including Nunchucks and Flamethrowers, which dropped today on Netflix — is a near perfect blueprint on ... [Read More]
Brian Regan’s Evolution
I’m not a big fan of comedy classes. I think anybody who is starting out and wants to learn should save their money and just watch one of Brian Regan’s specials. Each one — including Nunchucks and Flamethrowers, which dropped today on Netflix — is a near perfect blueprint on ... [Read More]
NBC Renews ‘The Good Place’ for a Third Season
The Good Place is sticking around at NBC. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the network has officially renewed Mike Schur’s comedy starring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson for a 13-episode third season. Season 2 of the show debuted back in September and is currently airing Thursday nights at 8:... [Read More]
NBC Renews ‘The Good Place’ for a Third Season
The Good Place is sticking around at NBC. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the network has officially renewed Mike Schur’s comedy starring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson for a 13-episode third season. Season 2 of the show debuted back in September and is currently airing Thursday nights at 8:... [Read More]
‘There’s…Johnny!’ Picks the Worst Time for Nostalgia
When Johnny Carson took over as host of The Tonight Show in 1962, there was no sense that he would last 30 years in the job. Television talk shows were in their infancy, and The Tonight Show’s previous two hosts (Steve Allen and Jack Paar) had done such different jobs there was no real st... [Read More]
‘There’s…Johnny!’ Picks the Worst Time for Nostalgia
When Johnny Carson took over as host of The Tonight Show in 1962, there was no sense that he would last 30 years in the job. Television talk shows were in their infancy, and The Tonight Show’s previous two hosts (Steve Allen and Jack Paar) had done such different jobs there was no real st... [Read More]