James Corden bringing The Late Late Show back to London for week of shows in June 2018
Going back to the motherland to attend the royal wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle must’ve made James Corden homesick. Corden announced today that The Late Late Show will broadcast special episodes from London’s historic Central Hall Westminster from Monday June 18 through Thursda... [Read More]
James Corden bringing The Late Late Show back to London for week of shows in June 2018
Going back to the motherland to attend the royal wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle must’ve made James Corden homesick. Corden announced today that The Late Late Show will broadcast special episodes from London’s historic Central Hall Westminster from Monday June 18 through Thursda... [Read More]
Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon Will Cover the Royal Wedding Live as Cord and Tish on HBO
Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon are returning as Cord Hosenbeck and Tish Cattigan to provide their expert live commentary, this time for HBO. The network announced today that the Funny or Die-produced special The Royal Wedding Live with Cord and Tish! will air on Saturday, May 19th starting at 7:30am... [Read More]
Polski sklep-stick – is Brexit Britain ready for eastern European standup?
A wave of comedians from Poland, Hungary, Latvia and Romania are helping to tackle stereotypes about EU immigrants in the UKIt’s not easy being a Polish comedian in Brexit Britain. “I haven’t heard anyone actually say the words, ‘Go back to your country,’” says Mi... [Read More]
Polski sklep-stick – is Brexit Britain ready for eastern European standup?
A wave of comedians from Poland, Hungary, Latvia and Romania are helping to tackle stereotypes about EU immigrants in the UKIt’s not easy being a Polish comedian in Brexit Britain. “I haven’t heard anyone actually say the words, ‘Go back to your country,’” says Mi... [Read More]
Funny Cow review – Maxine Peake blazes in the dark days of standup
Peake is hypnotically belligerent as an ambitious club performer trampling over prejudice and sticky carpets on the 1970s comedy circuitMaxine Peake dominates the screen as producer and star of this painful, angry film written by Tony Pitts and directed by Adrian Shergold, about a fictional female c... [Read More]
Funny Cow review – Maxine Peake blazes in the dark days of standup
Peake is hypnotically belligerent as an ambitious club performer trampling over prejudice and sticky carpets on the 1970s comedy circuitMaxine Peake dominates the screen as producer and star of this painful, angry film written by Tony Pitts and directed by Adrian Shergold, about a fictional female c... [Read More]
Funny Cow review – Maxine Peake blazes in the dark days of standup
Peake is hypnotically belligerent as an ambitious club performer trampling over prejudice and sticky carpets on the 1970s comedy circuitMaxine Peake dominates the screen as producer and star of this painful, angry film written by Tony Pitts and directed by Adrian Shergold, about a fictional female c... [Read More]
John Oliver Responds to the “Insulting” American News Coverage of the London Attack
Here’s a clip from last night’s Last Week Tonight, where John Oliver responds to the American news coverage after Saturday’s terrorist attack in London that seemed oddly obsessed with claiming that the city was “reeling” from the attack or ... [Read More]
James Corden Is Taking ‘The Late Late Show’ to London in June
James Corden is taking The Late Late Show across the pond. According to Variety, Corden’s late night CBS show will broadcast three episodes from Westminster’s Central Hall from Tuesday, June 6th through Thursday the 8th. Taking late night shows on the road is pretty common for hosts... [Read More]