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]
Don’t call it a callback: Celebrating Broad City’s recurring jokes and Easter eggs
Before the third season of Broad City premieres tonight on Comedy Central, Estelle Caswell and Caroline Framke at Vox.com enjoyed looking back on past episodes and escapades of Abbi and Ilana, and discovering how the show has incorporated callbacks and Easter eggs for even more jokes their most disc... [Read More]
Mitch Hurwitz Hopes to Release ‘Arrested Development’ Season 5 Before the Presidential Election
While none of the main cast members have officially signed on yet, Mitch Hurwitz is currently working on season 5 of Arrested Development, and today Deadline has a bunch of new information about the direction he’s taking for the new season, when we can expect it to hit Netflix, and how some re... [Read More]
What’s coming in comedy from Netflix in Fall 2015 and into 2016? A TCA update
The TCA summer press tour began on Tuesday in Pasadena -- an annual parade of TV networks and stars, presenting themselves en masse to the TV Critics Association in hopes that their fall series will be welcomed and shared with rave reviews. Or, at the very least, enough buzz to break them out from t... [Read More]
Netflix Exec Ted Sarandos Defends Adam Sandler and Confirms More ‘Arrested Development’
Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos gave reporters a bunch of updates at TCA in Los Angeles today, and when it came to the recent controversy around Adam Sandler’s upcoming film The Ridiculous Six — especially after Sandler’s Sony movie Pixels bombed at the box offic... [Read More]
Jeffrey Tambor and Jimmy Kimmel Talk ‘Arrested Development,’ Frozen Bananas, and ‘The Larry Sanders Show’
Here’s a clip from Jeffrey Tambor’s visit to last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, where he admits that he gets recognized most often (and lots of free frozen bananas) for his role as George Bluth Sr. in Arrested Development. He also tells Kimmel about how he got cast as Hank on The Larr... [Read More]
Arrested Development returns to Netflix in 2016
It’s been a couple of years since the Bluths reemerged on Netflix. Now Arrested Development co-creator Brian Grazer says that a fifth season will be happening! On Adam Carolla’s podcast, Grazer told him that the new season will begin production in early 2016 and releasing later that year... [Read More]
Brian Grazer Says ‘Arrested Development’ Will Return to Netflix in Mid-2016
Back in April, Arrested Development executive producer Brian Grazer announced that 17 new episodes of the show are headed to Netflix soon, and on the most recent episode of The Adam Carolla Show, Grazer revealed that we can expect to binge-watch the new season sometime next year. “Netflix is d... [Read More]