Tosh.0 returns to Comedy Central tomorrow; celebrate with a sneak peek
Bulletin! Comedy Central’s Tosh.0 is kicks of its summer season tomorrow at 10:30 p.m. EST.nFor those unfamiliar with the show — who are you? — it is like America’s Funniest Home ... [Read More]
Larry David ‘excited’ about Curb’s network syndication
You probably know by now that Larry David’s smash hit show Curb Your Enthusiasm is entering syndication via the TV Guide Network starting June 2. What you may not know is that David is very exci... [Read More]
Ron White lands starring role on USA Network sitcom
Ron White will be starring in a new half hour comedy on USA—the networks first one in over 10 years. The network is looking to (slowly) begin opening it’s scheduling up to accommodate for more hal... [Read More]
Conan O’Brien writers descend on Chicago’s Just For Laughs to film TBS special
Andy Richter, Reggie Watts, and some of Conan O’Brian’s writers will be performing a live show entitled Team Coco Presents Conan’s Writers Live (a working title) in Chicago on June 17 as part of... [Read More]
Larry David talks ‘Curb’ TV Guide Network syndication, reveals new season details
nYou may know already that Curb Your Enthusiasm is going to be aired in syndication on the TV Guide Network, starting June 2. And we know what you’re thinking. How’s that going to work, what with... [Read More]
Jeff Dunham to host CMT Awards special
Comedian Jeff Dunham is slated to host the CMT Music Awards Video of the Year Special, airing June 5th at 2 pm EST. That’s Country Music Television, city slickers. The hour-long special – not ... [Read More]
Bob Newhart, Jimmy Kimmel, more make ‘Lost’ alternate endings hilarious
Last night was a historical television event, as Lost came to an end. After the episode Jimmy Kimmel turned his show into a tribute – dubbing it Aloha To Lost – by having many of the cast ... [Read More]
Comedy at the 2009 New York Television Festival | the comic's comic
The New York Television Festival has been holding court at New World Stages and The Paley Center this week, offering sneak preview screenings of new fall TV shows, panel talks and competitions for new pilots. It's pretty much all free, but because of that, you'll have to make sure you get a ticket in advance for something you really want to see. [Read More]
Last Comic ‘Not' Standing: Canceled TV Shows Affects Standups
"Even as major broadcast and cable television networks are unveiling their development slates for 2009-10, established TV shows featuring stand-up comedians are dropping from their lineups." [Read More]