The Fourth and Final Season of Hulu’s ‘Casual’ Premieres in July
Over the weekend, Hulu announced the premiere date for the fourth and final season of Casual, and the wait is a long one. The series, which was renewed back in October, will return for its 8-episode final season on July 31st. Casual was one of Hulu’s first original series when it debuted back ... [Read More]
Hulu Orders ‘Search and Destroy’ Comedy Pilot from Carrie Brownstein
Carrie Brownstein has a new comedy series in development. According to Deadline, Hulu has given a pilot order to a half-hour comedy written and directed by Brownstein called Search and Destroy. Loosely based on Brownstein’s life and her bestselling 2015 memoir Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl, th... [Read More]
Jane Levy Gets in Character for ‘Sea Oak’ and ‘There’s…Johnny!’
Jane Levy has acted in a number of movies and TV shows, but many people likely think of her starring role in the 2011-2014 sitcom Suburgatory. Or at least until recently, as she’s busier than ever right now. Levy is in the just-released Amazon pilot Sea Oak, she’s starring in the 2018 Hu... [Read More]
Kate Berlant Makes the Perfect Washington DC Tour Guide on ‘I Love You, America’
Here’s a clip from today’s episode of Sarah Silverman’s Hulu series I Love You, America, where “certified America expert” Kate Berlant heads to Washington DC to spend a day as a guide showing tourists landmarks like the Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, the Refl... [Read More]
Sarah Silverman Heads to Brooklyn to Work a Day as a Substitute Teacher
Here’s a clip from this week’s episode of Sarah Silverman’s Hulu series I Love You, America, where Silverman heads to a Brooklyn high school to spend a day as a substitute teacher. Silverman is not one to waste an opportunity to mold young minds, and she covers all of the basic lif... [Read More]
Sarah Silverman Heads to Brooklyn to Work a Day as a Substitute Teacher
Here’s a clip from this week’s episode of Sarah Silverman’s Hulu series I Love You, America, where Silverman heads to a Brooklyn high school to spend a day as a substitute teacher. Silverman is not one to waste an opportunity to mold young minds, and she covers all of the basic lif... [Read More]
‘There’s…Johnny!’ Picks the Worst Time for Nostalgia
When Johnny Carson took over as host of The Tonight Show in 1962, there was no sense that he would last 30 years in the job. Television talk shows were in their infancy, and The Tonight Show’s previous two hosts (Steve Allen and Jack Paar) had done such different jobs there was no real st... [Read More]
‘There’s…Johnny!’ Picks the Worst Time for Nostalgia
When Johnny Carson took over as host of The Tonight Show in 1962, there was no sense that he would last 30 years in the job. Television talk shows were in their infancy, and The Tonight Show’s previous two hosts (Steve Allen and Jack Paar) had done such different jobs there was no real st... [Read More]
‘Too Funny to Fail’ Is the ‘Dana Carvey Show’ Doc the World Needed
It is a rare From the Archives article that covers something that not only was made in the last fifteen years, but something that was released within this year. However, when a documentary is released that digs deep into 1996’s subversive and hilarious Dana Carvey Show I must do my duty and sp... [Read More]