Comedians get drunk and run a psychic hotline in new podcast “Mr. Cleo”
It’s more or less a rite of passage for aspiring comics to launch their own podcasts these days, so it’s… MORE Comedians get drunk and run a psychic hotline in new podcast “Mr. Cleo” appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Going Hollywood: Meet Jenny Zigrino
People were going Hollywood long before Bing Crosby starred in the 1933 film musical Going Hollywood. Certainly, though, countless unknowns have packed their bags and moved to Los Angeles in the years and decades since then, hoping for show business to discover them and make them a star! New York Ci... [Read More]
Inside Carmen Lynch’s Debut Album, 15 Years in the Making
Comedian Carmen Lynch is at an exciting stage in her comedy career. She just performed her fifth late-night set, this time on Colbert. She just released her debut album Dance Like You Don’t Need the Money, available now. And she just earned a credit as the star of a Chloe Sevigny-directed shor... [Read More]
Inside the New Season of HBO’s ‘Animals’
Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano created, write, direct, and voice each episode of the animated series Animals on HBO. The duo might still be creating branded content for an advertising agency in NYC if not for the pigeons preening outside of their SoHo office window. Inspired by the city birds, they ... [Read More]
Building on Sacred Ground with the New Cast of ‘MST3K’
Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K) is one of those cultural touchstones — much like Doctor Who, Firefly, and the works of Terry Pratchett — that seem to always get brought up at least once at parties (at least the ones I go to). So many of us discovered them at just the right age to [&... [Read More]
Building on Sacred Ground with the New Cast of ‘MST3K’
Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K) is one of those cultural touchstones — much like Doctor Who, Firefly, and the works of Terry Pratchett — that seem to always get brought up at least once at parties (at least the ones I go to). So many of us discovered them at just the right age to [&... [Read More]
Inside the Long Road ‘Shrink’ Took Making it to TV
Making a show on your own has never been easier. Thousands of people are writing, producing, starring in, and filming their own web series every day, with the hope that the right executive or agent will see it and give them a fantastic budget and the opportunity to reach a wider audience. But becaus... [Read More]
Inside the Long Road ‘Shrink’ Took Making it to TV
Making a show on your own has never been easier. Thousands of people are writing, producing, starring in, and filming their own web series every day, with the hope that the right executive or agent will see it and give them a fantastic budget and the opportunity to reach a wider audience. But becaus... [Read More]
Andy Daly on Wrapping Up the Wonderfully Dark ‘Review’
Comedy Central’s dark comedy Review is returning for a short third and final season. On the show, Andy Daly plays Forrest MacNeil, an idealistic dork who hosts a TV show, which is also called Review. “Life!” Forrest announces as each episode begins. “It’s literally all ... [Read More]
Andy Daly on Wrapping Up the Wonderfully Dark ‘Review’
Comedy Central’s dark comedy Review is returning for a short third and final season. On the show, Andy Daly plays Forrest MacNeil, an idealistic dork who hosts a TV show, which is also called Review. “Life!” Forrest announces as each episode begins. “It’s literally all ... [Read More]