Nine Comedians Worth Following on Snapchat
Snapchat: it’s not just a messaging app that your 14-year-old nephew uses to send disappearing pictures. It’s also a place where comedians are creating content! The problem is how do you find these comedians creating weird, funny, sometimes very stupid things for you to consume? Unlike T... [Read More]
Molly McNearney and Kelly Oxford Developing Semi-Autobiographical Comedy at TV Land
Comedy writers and real-life best friends Molly McNearney and Kelly Oxford have a new show in the works at TV Land. According to Deadline, the two are currently developing a semi-autobiographical comedy for the network, in which they would also star as “fictionalized versions of themselves.&rd... [Read More]
Fox Buys a Comedy from Kelly Oxford
by Bradford Evans Fox is developing a new show for the 2014-15 TV season from comedy writer Kelly Oxford. Deadline reports that the network bought an untitled comedy project written by Oxford that follows a 30-year-old single mom running the recreation department at a senior center. The proposed sho... [Read More]
Twitter comedy star Kelly Oxford inks a deal with Warner Bros for ‘Son of a Bitch’
She has nearly 340,000 Twitter followers and some serious heat behind her. Kelly Oxford’s latest comedy triumph is a big one: she just landed a deal with Warner Bros. selling her spec script called Son Of A Bitch, for low to mid six figures, ac... [Read More]
Twitter comedy star Kelly Oxford lands another television deal
Internet comedy sensation Kelly Oxford has been entertaining followers for nearly 15 years as a blogger and, most recently, as one of the most high profile Twitter stars. Her unfiltered sense of humor has garnered her praise and fans from all over th... [Read More]
Jessica Alba / CBS Developing Twitter-Based Family Comedy "Mother of All Something" written by Kelly Oxford | Deadline
In 1997, Kelly Oxford, a stay-at-home mother of three in Canada, started a blog that was later joined by a Twitter feed. Her Internet creations, which reflect her comedic observations and musings about mundane things, pop culture and current events, grew to become a cultural force and attracted the attention of Hollywood’s elite, including actress Jessica Alba. Now, Oxford is writing Mother of All Something, a comedy project for CBS based on her blog and Twitter feed, with Alba attached to execu... [Read More]