Comic TV Appearances: Mon, 6/22 - Fri, 6/26 | STAGE TIME Magazine
Comic television appearances include Joan Rivers, Ray Romano, Larry David, Penn & Teller, Jo Koy and Christian Finnegan. [Read More]
TV Land Announces Premiere Date for Joan Rivers Series | STAGE TIME Magazine
TV Land announced that How'd You Get So Rich? starring Joan Rivers will premiere on Thursday, August 6 at 9 pm ET/PT. The comedy legend takes viewers on a journey to meet the millionaires who struck gold as she tours the most lavish and extravagant homes and introduces them to folks who made a lot of money in really interesting ways. [Read More]
Comic TV Appearances: Mon, 6/1 - Fri, 6/5 | STAGE TIME Magazine
Tosh.0, hosted by Daniel Tosh, premieres Thursday, June 4 on Comedy Central at 10pm. Comic television appearances include Bill Cosby, Steven Wright, Harland Williams and Zach Galifianakis. [Read More]
Sacha Baron Cohen's "Bruno" bares all, steals the show @ MTV awards | World News Australia
UK comedy sensation Sacha Baron Cohen has stolen the show at this years MTV music awards in LA. In character as flamboyant fashion reporter "Bruno" the comedian flew in above the award show audience on a wire wearing a pair of feathery white wings with his rear end mostly exposed. "Bruno" then crashed into an overhead obstacle and was lowered directly into rapper Eminem's lap in the audience, with his bare rear in the rapper's face. [Read More]
Entertainment Studios Launches New Stand-Up "Comedy.TV" Show | STAGE TIME Magazine
Entertainment Studios, Inc., the largest independent producer and distributor of first-run syndicated television programming for broadcast television stations, announced today a firm go for its brand new stand-up comedy television show, Comedy.TV. A weekly one-hour comedy television series shot in HD, Comedy.TV — created for prime time — is being cleared on broadcast television stations nationwide for Fall, 2009. The series was created and developed by Byron Allen, Founder, Chairman, and CEO... [Read More]
Comic TV Appearances: Mon, 5/25 - Sat, 5/30 | STAGE TIME Magazine
Pete Correale: The Things We Do For Love premieres Saturday, May 30 at 11pm ET on Comedy Central. Comic television appearances include Jeff Foxworthy, Whoopi Goldberg, Wanda Sykes, Janeane Garofalo, Greg Proops and Jo Koy. [Read More]
'2009 MTV Movie Awards' Honors Ben Stiller With 'MTV Generation Award' | TheFutonCritic
The 2009 MTV Movie Awards pays tribute to Ben Stiller with the coveted "MTV Generation Award" for his amazing contribution to Hollywood and for entertaining the MTV audience for years. The award is the MTV Movie Awards' highest honor, acknowledging an actor who has captured the attention of the MTV audience throughout his or her career. Past recipients include Adam Sandler, Mike Myers, Tom Cruise and Jim Carrey. Hosted by Andy Samberg, the 2009 MTV Movie Awards will be broadcast LIVE from the G... [Read More]
Keith Alberstadt on taping Byron Allen's | RooftopComedy
I was recently invited to participate in Byron Allen's new project entitled "". Forty-two comics doing six minutes each. Of course not everyone stuck to six minutes, because there's still a mentality of "hey, I'm killing so that red light in the back of the room can suck it". But overall it was amazing. Events like this are fun because it's like a comedy convention. Comics from all over can catch up on what they're doing, where they've been, and which comedy condos have been de-loused ... [Read More]
Hulu premieres original stand-up comedy | Punchline Magazine
Hulu has signed a deal with Candor Entertainment to air Stand-Up at CandorTV on its popular online service. The program will start with the launch of six free 15-minute episodes of stand-up comedy, featuring three comics per episode. "This will be the perfect lunch break side dish, a great quick fix for any comedy lover," said Candor Entertainment president Chris McClure. Ryan Belleville, Ben Kronberg, Jason Rouse, Steve Trevino, Jay Malone and Butch Bradley are among the acts that will be avail... [Read More]
Pressure is on 'The Simpsons' to capitalize on merchandise -
Simpsons creators feel pressure to keep the franchise strong...not only as a show, but also to keep the sales of licensed goods growing. [Read More]