• Los Espookys adds to HBO’s Spanish language library

    Los Espookys has a premiere date on HBO. The new Spanish language comedy series will premiere June 14 at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT. Los Espookys comes from the minds of Fred Armisen, Ana Fabrega, and Julio Torres alongside Lorne Michaels. The six-episode first season will follow a group of friends who start a business based on their shared love of horror movies. The series takes place in an imagined version of

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    Comedy Central sketch show proposes a White Tax on racism

    Chicago-based sketch group 3Peat wants racists to pay in their new sketch, White Tax. The sketch, released as a Comedy Central Digital Original, has the group playing Steve Jobs-like characters at new product launch. They describe the next big thing as “a timely and elegant penalty for people who do racist stuff.” The group behind the sketch began when several improvers from The Second City and the iO Theater were

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    Late Night with Seth Meyers will go long Thursday to cover Mueller report

    Late Night With Seth Meyers is going even later Thursday to make time to discuss the Mueller report in depth. Seth Meyers and his writing team hope to leave no joke unturned in its jampacked episode. The show will run 90 minutes to analyze the report in one of his classic A Closer Look segments. A Closer Look has become one of the signature segments on the show. In it,

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    BET adds second Lena Waithe show to its line-up

    Lena Waithe is bringing her Twenties to BET. April has been a busy month for the Emmy-winning writer. Earlier this month, BET announced Boomerang, which Waithe is an executive producer on, will return for a second season and this week it was announced that Waithe will join the cast of Westworld’s third season. Now, the cable network wants an additional show from the Ready Player One star. Twenties follows a

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    Bernie Sanders ain’t happy on Tax Day in satirical video

    James Adomian is trying to get you through Tax Day as Bernie Sanders. The comedian and voice actor dusted off his Sanders impression to release a new YouTube video. In the video, Adomian plays the 2020 presidential hopeful as he tries to cram 10 years of tax returns into one day. The video shows Sanders sadly realizing how rich he is and therefore doesn’t pay enough taxes. The presidential candidate

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    SNL recap: Emma Stone is wasted on subpar sketches

    Emma Stone came back to SNL for her fourth time as host. Stone’s first time hosting was in 2010 and in the nine years since she has become a hosting fave. While Stone has a lot of experience on the SNL stage, the episode might have belonged to BTS. The show referenced the super popular K-Pop boy band a lot. The screams from the audience every time BTS was mentioned

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    Just For Laughs, Jessie Jolles team up to help you date better

    In the eight years Just For Laughs has been putting up content on YouTube, the vast majority of their videos are stand-up sets recorded at their festival events. However, recently they have quietly released a few high production web shows on their account. Just For Laughs is behind a couple of digital shows including How Many Questions, Text or Shot, and Definitely Happened. In those series, each episode features different

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    Kate McKinnon tests drama in new Hulu miniseries

    Kate McKinnon is coming to Hulu. The SNL actress has been cast in an upcoming Hulu show called The Dropout which is based on the ABC News/ABC Radio podcast of the same name about Elizabeth Holmes and her company, Theranos. McKinnon will play Holmes, the tech prodigy-turned-notorious fraudster. The Ghostbusters star will also serve as executive producer. Producers of The Dropout podcast, Taylor Dunn and Victoria Thompson, will also serve as

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    Chris Lilley Netflix character causes controversy over potential blackface

    Chris Lilley is coming to Netflix, but one of his characters is stirring up controversy online. Netflix released a trailer introducing the characters Lilley will portray on the new series, Lunatics. Lunatics will premiere on April 19 and feature Lilley playing six different characters in first season’s 10 episodes. Lilley rose to prominence when his show Summer Heights High became a cult hit. He later made Ja’mie: Private School Girl

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    Wanda Sykes: Not Normal first hourlong Netflix special from a Black woman

    Wanda Sykes has a new special coming out on Netflix. The veteran stand-up’s special, Wanda Sykes: Not Normal, will launch globally on May 21. While not much is known about the content of the special, Netflix said in a release that the hour-long comedy special will feature a healthy serving of political critique. Sykes isn’t shy to say that the current political climate is “not normal.” This year, Sykes has

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    Netflix Is A Joke now has its own SiriusXM channel as Netflix slowly consumes your entire life

    Netflix is coming t radio with a new SiriusXM channel, Netflix Is A Joke Radio. Starting April 15, the new channel will feature the streaming service’s stand-up library in audio form, comedic talk shows, and original radio programming. The channel is the first audio venture for Netflix’s comedy content and will be a full-time comedy channel to air exclusively on SiriusXM ch. 93. Over the past few years, Netflix has distinguished

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    Hasan Minhaj, Hannah Gadsby earn Peabody Award nominations

    The Peabody Award nominations are out and many comedies have made the cut this year. The Peabody Award jurors announced 60 nominees on Tuesday that are described as representing “the most compelling and empowering stories released in broadcasting and digital media during 2018.” Named for George Foster Peabody, the awards started in the 1940s as an award to honor excellence in storytelling for radio. This year, 19 jurors selected the

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    Maz Jobrani, All Things Comedy team up for new podcast

    Maz Jobrani has a new podcast on the All Things Comedy Network that might actually teach you something. In Back To School with Maz Jobrani, the American-Iranian comedian will sit down with professors, experts, and smart successful people in hopes of learning more about topics he and his co-hosts Tehran and Kaitlin might not know about. The All Things Comedy Network, founded by Bill Burr and Al Madrigal, has made

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    Every Will Ferrell-Adam McKay collaboration while we mourn their break-up

    Will Ferrell and Adam McKay are dissolving their creative partnership. The two have made millions laugh with an empire of classic films, TV shows, and their viral comedy website Funny or Die. While they will complete their remaining active projects and plan to remain friends, Ferrell and McKay have mutually decided to go on their separate ways creatively. As co-creators of Gary Sanchez Productions, the two have been closely linked

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    SNL recap: Kit Harington let loose hosting Saturday Night Live

    Kit Harington took a break from promoting the final season of Game of Thrones to host SNL. The ‘King of the North’ was almost unrecognizable on Saturday Night Live without his trademark beard and hair. Harington overall did a good job as a host. He somehow blended into many of the sketches and, in some, you forget that he was just a special guest. This episode will have you laughing,

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