• Samantha Bee, Full Frontal producer launch Swimsuit Competition production company

    Prepare for more Samantha Bee on TV! Or at least more ‘Executive Producer Samantha Bee’ on TV. The Emmy Award-winning host of Full Frontal with Samantha Bee announced Monday the formation of her new production company, Swimsuit Competition. The resounding voice of The Fed Up Feminist is excited to create original series that even she would watch. In a press release, Bee says, “Fine, if none of you are gonna make TV

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    Saturday Night Live recap: Claire Foy keeps SNL ship afloat

    This week’s episode of Saturday Night Live featured Claire Foy as the guest host. For a first-time host who isn’t known for her comedy chops, Foy did really well. She was often the best part of the sketches she was in. The Crown star showcased her range, committed to characters, and even showed off a multitude of accents she can do. While Foy shined, the episode overall had some hits

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    Awkwafina, Rory Scovel land Comedy Central shows as network hunts for hits

    Awkwafina and Rory Scovel are coming to Comedy Central with their very own scripted TV shows. Comedy Central announced in a press release that they are greenlighting eight episodes of Scovel’s Robbie and 10 episodes of Awkwafina’s self-titled series. Both Scovel and Awkwafina had break-out performances this year. Scovel became an indie darling on TruTV’s Those Who Can’t, but appeared on the big screen opposite Amy Schumer in I Feel

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    Fam, Man With a Plan get premiere dates; Happy Together ending at CBS

    CBS just announced the winter premiere dates for two of their comedy series, Fam and Man With a Plan. Fam is a new comedy that will debut on CBS Thursday, January 10, at 9:30 p.m. following their Emmy-winning programming block of The Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, and Mom. The show stars Nina Dobrev and Tone Bell as a woman “whose vision of perfect life with her adoring fiancé and

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    8 Hanukkah TV episodes for your holiday bingewatching

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but not always if you are Jewish. With all the Christmas excitement, we sometimes forget about Hannukah. While your goyish friends get to watch Elf or The Grinch (or whatever Netflix is up to this season), there are really only four Hannukah films: 8 Crazy Nights, The Hebrew Hammer, Full Court Miracle, and of course, Call Me by Your Name. Thank Hashem, there

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    Trevor Noah gets deported for South Africa Daily Show special

    Trevor Noah is getting deported. Kind of. The Daily Show with Trevor Noah will air a special ‘self-deportation’ episode taped in South Africa. Noah will be in Johannesburg to host the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 at FNB Stadium on Sunday. Noah, whose latest Netflix special Son of Patricia earlier this month, will head back “to South Africa to give viewers a look at his hometown,” Comedy Central shared in

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    Pete Davidson, Claire Foy get into royal food fight in SNL promo (Video)

    Saturday Night Live released their promo for this week’s show with guest host Claire Foy—and it gets messy. In the promo, Pete Davidson tells The Crown star that there is an SNL tradition that she needs to participate in before hosting the show. The video then cuts to a slow-motion food fight with flirty lighting. Musical guest Anderson .Paak’s new song Tints (featuring Kendrick Lamar) plays in the background. The

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    Netflix drops Fuller House season 4 trailer (Video)

    Fuller House is coming back home to Netflix for a fourth season on December 14. Yes, that show is still pumping out new episodes starring Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber, and Candace Cameron-Bure. The newest trailer for the fourth season dropped on Tuesday and it fills viewers in on what to expect after a year away. It packs Holiday cheer, rekindled relationships, baby bumps, many audiences “woooooooos,” and a musical number

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    Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert let f-bombs fly in Late Show interview (Video)

    Stephen Colbert was joined by Jon Stewart for a pre-recorded segment of Late Show. Colbert started the show announcing that he was still on Thanksgiving break, “I think in the Carribean.” He then introduces the special episode’s format: his friends and celebrity guests will turn the tables to interview him. While the show features several celebrity guest hosts to grill Colbert “in the hot seat” such as Neil Degrasse Tyson

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    Cartman gets anxious on new South Park teaser (Video)

    South Park released a promo video for its new episode Buddha Box, which will air this Wednesday, November 28 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on Comedy Central. In the episode, Cartman has been diagnosed with anxiety. For regular fans of the show, it will come as no surprise that Cartman interprets this diagnosis in the worst, most-selfish way imaginable and decides he doesn’t want to deal with people any longer because

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    Modern Family writers sell Happy Accident pilot to ABC

    The team behind Modern Family is bringing a new dysfunctional family to ABC with their new pilot Happy Accident. Abraham Higginbotham and Jon Pollack are both writer-producers for ABC’s smash hit Modern Family and have received a pilot order from the alphabet network. Happy Accident will revolve around two Pittsburgh families who are forced to live together after a family secret is revealed. While no one has been cast yet, the

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    Seth Rogen pickle movie rounds out cast with familiar faces

    Seth Rogen is almost finished with his yet-to-be-named Pickle film and recently announced the addition of several cast members, including Molly Evensen, Broad City’s Eliot Glazer, Kalen Allen, Kevin O’Rourke, and Succession’s Sarah Snook. Simon Rich wrote the screenplay, based on his own New Yorker novella Sell Out. The film opens in 1918 when Herschel Greenbaum falls into a vat of pickles. He’s brined for 100 years, but the good

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    Why those Hallmark Christmas movies are accidental comedic gold

    Some of the best comedy out there is created on accident, and few movie genres prove this theory more than those comforting yet corny Hallmark Christmas movies. You don’t even have to watch A Boyfriend For Christmas to know there’s a scene where Santa earnestly tells an adult man named Ryan (the titular boyfriend) to live in the moment and let love in. The movie itself centers around a woman

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    Ellen DeGeneres leads Netflix’s December comedies

    Netflix dropped a teaser for what’s coming to the streaming giant this December. The teaser includes everything from drama to documentary, but we are here to break down what comedies are dropping next month and what you should be excited for! Must-See Netflix Originals Dumplin’ Just watch this trailer. It is dripping in delicious camp. Plus Jennifer Aniston as a Southern beauty queen is so good that we have December

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    Life Sucks resurrects early 2000s nostalgia in first two episodes. Watch it here! (Exclusive)

    Be the first to watch Life Sucks, a new show from sketch group Dinner for One. The first 2 episodes of the hilarious new sitcom are available to stream exclusively on Laughspin.com. All six episodes will be released one per week every Wednesday on their YouTube page and featured on the Funny or Die community page, with the final two episodes releasing on December 19. Life Sucks follows a group

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