“The Bob’s Burgers Music Album” has 107 songs from the show’s first 107 episodes
Keep Sunday, March 12th totally open – that’s the day Sub Pop Records releases the 107-track Bob’s Burgers Music Album,… MORE “The Bob’s Burgers Music Album” has 107 songs from the show’s first 107 episodes appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Amy Poehler, H. Jon Benjamin, and John Roberts Developing ‘Edison’ HBO Comedy
The voice behind Linda Belcher has a semi-autobiographical comedy in the works at HBO. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the network has put into development a dark musical comedy starring John Roberts (Bob’s Burgers) called Edison. Based on Roberts’s life, the show follows “a 4... [Read More]
Amy Poehler, H. Jon Benjamin, and John Roberts Developing ‘Edison’ HBO Comedy
The voice behind Linda Belcher has a semi-autobiographical comedy in the works at HBO. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the network has put into development a dark musical comedy starring John Roberts (Bob’s Burgers) called Edison. Based on Roberts’s life, the show follows “a 4... [Read More]
Jonathan Katz on ‘Dr. Katz Live,’ Jon Benjamin, and Comedy as Therapy
“A lot of therapists don’t write their own material,” said Jonathan Katz, onstage with David Wain at the Orpheum Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles, cracking up the audience while also summing up his 90s animated series, Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist, and its current, live iteratio... [Read More]
Navigating ‘Pilot Season’ with Sarah Silverman and Sam Seder
If you want to make a movie, you can. That’s not to say it won’t take a lot of work from a lot of friends, and potentially, even more money, but it can be done. Twenty years ago, not so much. That’s what makes the 1997 film Who’s the Caboose? incredible. Co-written and direct... [Read More]
Navigating ‘Pilot Season’ with Sarah Silverman and Sam Seder
If you want to make a movie, you can. That’s not to say it won’t take a lot of work from a lot of friends, and potentially, even more money, but it can be done. Twenty years ago, not so much. That’s what makes the 1997 film Who’s the Caboose? incredible. Co-written and direct... [Read More]
Navigating ‘Pilot Season’ with Sarah Silverman and Sam Seder
If you want to make a movie, you can. That’s not to say it won’t take a lot of work from a lot of friends, and potentially, even more money, but it can be done. Twenty years ago, not so much. That’s what makes the 1997 film Who’s the Caboose? incredible. Co-written and direct... [Read More]
Amy Schumer continues quest for gun law reform, releases sketch deemed “too dark” for TV
Last summer, Amy Schumer was thrust into the national debate about gun control when an armed gunman opened fire in a theater showing her movie, Trainwreck in a Louisiana movie theater. The incident left 2 dead and 9 injured. Like many, Schumer was heartbroken by this far-to-often occurrence. Shortly... [Read More]
Night Train with Wyatt Cenac sets its tracks for Seeso
A freewheeling mix of stand up, music and other surprises, where anything can happen and anything is welcome, Night Train with Wyatt Cenac captures the amazing talent and spontaneity that has made the live show a staple of the New York comedy scene for the last four years. And now you don’t ha... [Read More]
Inside Amy Schumer unveils previously unaired “Gun Lawyer” sketch after latest failed U.S. Senate votes on gun control
After the U.S. Senate failed once again to follow the overwhelming public support for reasonable gun control measures, shooting down four laws that would keep suspected terrorists from legally buying guns in the United States, the folks at Inside Amy Schumer responded by unveiling a new sketch that ... [Read More]