Amber Ruffin separates the art from the artists, including Woody Allen and Bill Cosby
“Stand-up is hard, but recognizing consent is easy!” Late Night with Seth Meyers writer Amber Ruffin stars in this sketch in which she separates the art from problematic artists so you can enjoy it guilt-free. No more worrying about loving that classic Bill Cosby or Woody Allen bit, or a... [Read More]
Chris Hardwick returns to Talking Dead
A tearful Chris Hardwick returned to host Talking Dead last night. “Normally, I recap the show we’re about to talk about here, but instead, I really just want to take a minute and say I’m so appreciative to be standing here right now. And I want to thank you, The Walking Dead&... [Read More]
Jimmie Walker is still here
Jimmie Walker doesn’t live in some fantasy universe. He lives in this world. While other performers of a certain era… MORE Jimmie Walker is still here appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Michael Palascak on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Michael Palascak performed on Wednesday’s Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and got seven minutes to joke about money management, and how parenting must feel like a horrible unpaid internship. Roll the clip! [Read More]
Watch the trailer for the new Gilda Rander movie “Love, Gilda”
Prepare for the feels! Magnoila Pictures is releasing a new movie about the life of Gilda Radner. A comedy pioneer… MORE Watch the trailer for the new Gilda Rander movie “Love, Gilda” appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Samuel J. Comroe becomes second comedian to survive Judges Cuts on America’s Got Talent 2018
It has been a rough summer for stand-up comedians hoping to make the cuts on America’s Got Talent in 2018. But Samuel J. Comroe has “swagger.” Among other things. So we’ll see more of Comroe on the live shows! And yes, that’s Chris Hardwick sitting in as a guest judge. ... [Read More]
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah visiting Miami for the midterms
In the week before the 2018 elections, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah is hitting the beach. Miami Beach. A special week of “undesked” shows will film from The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater, airing nightly from Monday-Thursday, Oct. 29 to Nov. 1. Tickets to... [Read More]
Highlights from the Grand Opening of the National Comedy Center
The National Comedy Center finally opened its doors last week with a triumphant Grand Opening weekend in Jamestown, NY, the birthplace of the late great comedy icon Lucille Ball. “My mother would be over the moon with joy that her hometown decided to follow her advice and, instead of erecting ... [Read More]
Bill Burr, Marc Maron, Anthony Jeselnik, and more to headline The New York Comedy Festival
The New York Comedy Festival is returning to NYC for its 15th year and they have big plans for things… MORE Bill Burr, Marc Maron, Anthony Jeselnik, and more to headline The New York Comedy Festival appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Happy 20th anniversary to the U.S. edition of Whose Line Is It Anyway
When people talk about the longest-running TV shows in American history, will they remember to mention Whose Line Is It Anyway? Before August 1998, improvisational comedy wasn’t even really seen on television. Certainly not as the main attraction. But on Aug. 5, 1998, Whose Line made the move ... [Read More]