Bob Saget, Andrew Dice Clay, and David Spade appear in new Entourage trailer
Based on the HBO Comedy series. Movie star Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier), together with his boys, Eric (Kevin Connolly), Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) and Johnny (Kevin Dillon), are back…and back in business with super-agent-turned-studio head Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven). Some of their ambitions have c... [Read More]
Andrew Dice Clay headed to Showtime in new comedy series
The Diceman cometh — and this time, he’s bringing his unabashed and brazen humor to a small screen near you. Showtime, the cable network known for shows like Shameless, Californication and Dexter, has announced it will air Dice, a scripted comedy based on Clay’s life and caree... [Read More]
MTV2′s Guy Code explores life without porn in season finale (Exclusive video)
Wednesday’s season finale of MTV2′s Guy Code imagines the terrifying, scary world of life without porn. This isn’t the post-apocalyptic Internet-down world we all silently fear. We’re talking about a petrifying porn world where the pizza delivery guy only delivers a pizza. Sa... [Read More]
Showtime Orders a Semi-Autobiographical Comedy Starring Andrew Dice Clay
by Megh Wright The Diceman is headed to TV. According to The Wrap, Showtime has ordered a six-episode single-cam comedy starring Andrew Dice Clay called Dice, which will follow "semi-true accounts of Dice's efforts to revive his career and support his family" in Las Vegas. "Love him or hate him, Dic... [Read More]
The Diceman cometh twice: Andrew Dice Clay earns new Showtime series in 2016 plus stand-up special in 2015
Andrew Dice Clay is having another moment. Showtime announced today it has ordered six episodes of Dice, a semi-autobiographical single-cam series that'll film in Las Vegas later this year and air in 2016. The pay-cable network already is set to premiere his latest stand-up special, Andrew Dice... [Read More]
Andrew Dice Clay semi-autobiographical comedy is coming to Showtime
Showtime will be delivering us Dice, a single-camera scripted comedy starring controversial actor-comedian Andrew Dice Clay, with a six-episode straight-to-series order. Created and written by Scot Armstrong (Old School, The Hangover Part II), Dice chronicles the semi-true storie... [Read More]
Woodstock, by Andrew Cushing
by Brian Boone, Editor It was the '60s. My hair was long, and I was at a music festival. A barefoot hippie walked up to me and said, "I'm not wearing shoes." We dropped acid for a few minutes. Then the hippie said, "We're at Woodstock." There weren't any toilets. Like most people, I was only there t... [Read More]
truTV renewals include Hack My Life with comedian Brooke Van Poppelen
10 more episodes of Hack My Life are coming to truTV for Season 2, which is slated to launch this summer. Hosts Kevin Pereira (Pointless Podcast, G4TV) and Brooke Van Poppelen (John Oliver’s NY Stand Up Show) return as hosts for the show that provides a comedic spin on everyday life ... [Read More]
Andrew Norelli is your winner of LaughFest 2015’s Clean Comedy Showcase
After three days of shows at The B.O.B. ended Saturday night, the audience vote determined the winner of the 2015 Gilda’s LaughFest Audience Favorite Clean Comedy Award. That award went to comedian Andrew Norelli. No stranger to late-night, Norelli has made appearances on The Late Show wi... [Read More]
TruTV orders Those Who Can’t from Denver comedy troupe Grawlix
TruTV continues to step up its slate of comedy series with its first scripted show. Those Who Can’t is a Denver-based sitcom starring Grawlix troupe comedians Ben Roy, Adam Cayton-Holland and Andrew Orvedahl. The trio play immature teachers at Denver’s fictional Buchanan High School. Tho... [Read More]