Jay Larson and Ryan Sickler have decided to end, “The Crabfeast” podcast
After 9 years, and 330+ episodes, comedians Ryan Sickler and Jay Larson have decided to end their wildly popular podcast,… MORE Jay Larson and Ryan Sickler have decided to end, “The Crabfeast” podcast appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Episode #225: Mo Mandel
Mo Mandel is a stand-up comedian who created and executive produces Comedy Knockout for truTV, where comics zing each other and try to win over the studio audience. Before that, he hosted truTV’s BARmageddon and appeared more than 40 times on the panel of Chelsea Lately. You’ve seen him ... [Read More]
My brother, my brother, and my quest to get into the “Trolls” sequel
About a year ago the brother’s McElroy – Justin, Travis, and Griffin. Hosts of the wildly funny podcast (and short-lived… MORE My brother, my brother, and my quest to get into the “Trolls” sequel appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Episode #224: Sam Morril
Sam Morril is one of New York City’s rising stand-up comics, having just come off hosting two seasons of People Talking Sports on the MSG network. Morril also has performed on America’s Got Talent, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Conan, and Last Comic St... [Read More]
Anthony Jeselnik back in starring capacity with Comedy Central series and podcast deal
After serving time as host of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and helping to judge Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle, Anthony Jeselnik is back where he belongs: starring in his own Comedy Central series. “Sometimes the best move is a lateral move!” said Jeselnik. Comedy Central announced a... [Read More]
Episode #223: Jonathan Katz
Jonathan Katz won Comedy Central’s first-ever Emmy Award for his critically-acclaimed animated series, Dr. Katz, in the mid-1990s. He followed that up with a Peabody Award in 1998. Twenty years later, he’s entertaining us anew with therapy sessions with his famous funny friends in a bran... [Read More]
HBO making a “My Dad Wrote A Porno” comedy special
Andy Kaufman once (or maybe many times, depending upon the audience) read a great work of literature onstage to see how far the audience would go along with him. HBO is now making a comedy special that’s just that? Well, sort of. Hit British comedy podcast My Dad Wrote a Porno will be televise... [Read More]
Episode #222: Elayne Boosler
Elayne Boosler’s comedy career began by working the door as the hostess at the original Improvisation club in New York City in the 1970s. For over forty years, she has appeared on seemingly every talk show ever on TV, has written and starred in five of her own one-hour Showtime stand-up comedy... [Read More]
Episode #221: Maeve Higgins
Maeve Higgins was a bestselling memoirist and comedian in her native Ireland when, at the age of 31, she decided to move to America. So immigration isn’t just the subject of her hit podcast, Maeve In America: Immigration IRL, but also a first-hand experience. She co-hosts Neil deGrasse Tyson&r... [Read More]
Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark of “My Favorite Murder” launch Exactly Right podcast network
In two-and-a-half years, My Favorite Murder has grown from oddity of the Feral Audio podcast network, to headlining touring theater act, to millions of monthly downloads. Now the comedians who started My Favorite Murder are starting their own podcast network: Exactly Right. When Feral Audio bit the ... [Read More]