Dave Chappelle has our attention, but does he want it that way?
Yesterday, the comedy world had its hopes raised and then quickly dashed. There was rumor, started by iPad publication The Daily that Dave Chappelle was thinking about creating another show– perhaps for an Internet outlet like Hulu or Netflix. ... [Read More]
Dave Chappelle Rep Shoots Down New Show Rumors
“Absolutely untrue,” says Chappelle’s rep Carla Sims, who spoke to the comedian about the report this morning. [Read More]
"Chappelle's Show" writer Neal Brennan on Dave Chappelle, writing for Seth Myers' White House Correspondents Dinner set
"My experience was he wasn’t victimized and that it was a matter of pressure and needing to eject from the pressure. And the fact that somehow I wasn’t a good friend is, you know, garbage." [Read More]
Is Dave Chappelle's New Show Headed To Netflix?
Dave Chappelle is back, bitches! The beloved comic is planning a new TV show with a paid subscription service like Netflix, Sony’s Crackle, or Hulu, which are now competing in the original programming game, a plugged-in source told Flash. [Read More]
When Comedic Movie Stars Go MIA | Vulture
This Friday, you can catch Jim Carrey in the family comedy Mr. Popper's Penguins, and while it may signal that Carrey is entering a mid-career phase pioneered by Eddie Murphy (where formerly rambunctious comedy stars now share scenes with cute kids and even cuter animals), it closes the book on another chapter: Carrey's hiatus from the screen. [Read More]
Punchline Magazine's First look at Nick Cannon’s comedy special “Mr. Showbiz”
You probably heard by now that far-ranging entertainer Nick Cannon is set to release his first-ever stand-up comedy album and DVD, Mr. Showbiz. But just like Tom Green, who has re-invented himself as a stage comic in the last few years, this is by n... [Read More]
Is Dave Chappelle Plotting a Comeback?
Last night, Dave Chappelle did two surprise shows at Cobb's Comedy Club in San Francisco, both of which sold out in about an hour, naturally. Someone who was in the audience told me that he mentioned a comeback no less than five times during his set:Admittedly, Chappelle does not have an act, so he ... [Read More]
Looking Back at Chappelle's Show
Chappelle's Show is unlike almost any sketch comedy show before it. It doesn't come from the same sketch comedy tradition that SNL and Monty Python created; it's first and foremost a vehicle for Dave Chappelle. He and his co-writer Neal Brennan wrote every single sketch and Chappelle stars in almost every one.. [Read More]
CNN asks "Where Are They Now?" of Dave Chappelle
Dave Chappelle hasn't made another TV series since leaving Comedy Central behind five years ago, nor has he starred in a big-screen movie recently. So he must have disappeared, according to CNN, which devoted a "Where Are They Now?" segment to Chappelle this week. [Read More]
Comedy Central’s Daniel Tosh breaks his own ratings record
Comedy Central’s Tosh.0 keeps climbing up the ratings latter. On Wednesday the show reached a new high, bringing in 2.7 million viewers. This broke the old record Tosh set on July 7, the show raked ... [Read More]