Amanda Seales Heats Up ComedyHype.Com’s 3rd Digital Cover: Empowerment & Truth
Everyone has his or her time and our third digital cover star is currently having hers. The Grenada-raised Amanda Seales has something that many people in entertainment strive for—longevity. If you happened to turn on your TV or computer in the past few months, you would have seen Seales makin... [Read More]
Amanda Seales Heats Up ComedyHype.Com’s 3rd Digital Cover: Empowerment & Truth
Everyone has his or her time and our third digital cover star is currently having hers. The Grenada-raised Amanda Seales has something that many people in entertainment strive for—longevity. If you happened to turn on your TV or computer in the past few months, you would have seen Seales makin... [Read More]
Amanda Seales Returns To The Breakfast Club: Shares ‘Smart, Funny, And Black’ Series Still In The Works, And Revealed She Auditioned For ‘Girls Trip’
Amanda Seales is currently on a run with her career and stopped by The Breakfast Club to update everyone about it. In the nearly one hour conversation, Amanda discussed her LA move to her current relationship status. From watching the interview we learned that Seales is exploring all of the options ... [Read More]
We need to talk about black women in comedy: VH1’s “All Jokes Aside”
If you think it’s still tough out there in the comedy trenches for a woman wanting to make it as a stand-up, then just imagine what it must be like for a black women. Heck, don’t imagine it. Go out and talk to some black women in comedy. That’s what the new short documentary, All [... [Read More]
VH1′s “Best Week Ever” has third-worst week ever, canceled once more
Best Week Ever is no more, once more. VH1 broadcast the last weekly installment of comedic commentary on Friday night. On Monday, the full episode -- which featured actor Chris Klein, comedians/actresses Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham of USA's new series, Playing House, and the full contingent ... [Read More]
New York comedians raise funds for comedian Liza Dye, who was hit by a train
On February 13th, upcoming New York comedian Liza Dye fainted on the Subway platform and slipped onto the tracks where she was struck by a train. Dye fortunately survived the ordeal and is now recovering in an extended hospital stay. According to her www.youcaring.com page, she is in relatively good... [Read More]
Meet the cast of VH1′s “Best Week Ever” 2013 relaunch, learn about their best weeks ever (real and fantasy)
After a three-year hiatus, Best Week Ever returns to VH1 tonight with a brand-new cast of comedians (no host this time around) to reflect upon the week that was in pop culture headlines. The BWE VH1 Class of 2013: Michelle Buteau, Michael Che, Pat Di... [Read More]