Rediscovering Danny DeVito’s Long-Lost Directorial Debut
If I had a dollar for every article I’ve tried to write about a piece of comedy that is lost forever due to time, or the constraints of live television, or just plain and simple negligence, I’d be a rich man. For just a few examples off the top of my head, The Marx Brothers, […] [Read More]
FX Networks expands relationships with two new sitcom orders: “Better Things” and “Cassius and Clay”
FX Networks is making its big splash today before the TV Critics Association by announcing two new series that expands FX and FXX's relationships with the creators of long-running critical faves Louie and Archer. Better Things, starring Pamela Adlon, will receive 10 episodes on FX, while Cassius and... [Read More]
At 2015 Crackle Upfronts, Jerry Seinfeld snaps at YouTube, pops TV’s bubble
Jerry Seinfeld doesn't need Crackle nearly as much as Crackle needs him. But the upstart webseries-turned-streaming provider is backed by Sony Pictures Entertainment, which just so happened to back Seinfeld's hit sitcom and made billions of dollars to go around. So when Seinfeld needed a vehicle to ... [Read More]
Jerry Seinfeld Meets with the President of Crackle in This 'Comedians in Cars' Teaser
by Megh Wright Jerry Seinfeld's Crackle web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee returns with a new round of episodes on November 6th with guests like Jimmy Fallon, Amy Schumer, Kevin Hart, and Fred Armisen, and today the streaming network released a tense teaser video featuring Seinfeld's old TV... [Read More]
Weird Al’s “UHF” receives an all-female NSFW photo tribute, via Woodrocket
Of all of the possible ways to pay tribute to Weird Al Yankovic's new #1 album and the 25th anniversary of his cult movie comedy, UHF, how many of you expected to see a NSFW photo tribute gallery today? And yet. This just happened, courtesy of -- which dressed up models Lily Bergman a... [Read More]
TBS celebrates #Seinfeld25 this week with special broadcasts, new clip-sized clips!
Seinfeld first aired on NBC on July 5, 1989, as The Seinfeld Chronicles. Yada, yada, yada and all of these 25 years later, it has raked in more than $3 billion just in syndication! Vulture broke down the math, figuring co-creators Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David earn $400 million apiece, each time th... [Read More]
TBS to air top 25 “Seinfeld” episodes to celebrate the sitcom’s 25th anniversary
Seinfeld debuted 25 years ago. Wow! That makes us feel old. The silver anniversary of the ultimate show about nothing will get a send op from TBS with a six-day countdown. Beginning Monday June 30th through Saturday, July 5th TBS will air four episodes a night and five on Saturday counting town the ... [Read More]
Jerry Seinfeld is bringing the ‘Seinfeld’ crew back together for one time thing
As much as Jerry Seinfeld is said to hate the spotlight, he sure has an interesting way of staying in it. Since the final episode of Seinfeld back in 1998, Jerry has popped up here and there. His most recent project (that we know about) is Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee. If you haven’t seen ... [Read More]
'The Late Show with David Letterman's Most Memorable Moments, Year by Year
by Roger Cormier After NBC chose Jay Leno to become the new host of The Tonight Show, David Letterman launched Late Show with David Letterman on August 30, 1993, changing the late night television landscape forever. On the verge of becoming the longest tenured host in late night history next year, L... [Read More]
Michael Richards discusses his on-stage meltdown with Jerry Seinfeld in Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee
Jerry Seinfeld’s web series Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee is a pretty interesting look into the world of some of our most well-known comedy minds. Of course it helps when you have Seinfeld himself rallying all his friends to go grab a cup of coffee with him in one of his many cars. The late... [Read More]