• 11 comedians who are more conservative than you thought

    Stand-up comedians, as well as the rest of the entertainment industry, are typically seen as liberals and anti-Trump. Although you probably saw many popular comedy stars campaigning for Hillary Clinton in 2016 or encouraging a blue wave during last week’s midterm elections, it’s not common you see celebrities defending President Donald Trump. On Sunday, November 4, a pro-Trump “Deplorables” comedy tour kicked off in Dallas with a show the following night in Houston.

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    The Laughspin Interview with Owen Benjamin

    Beyond the splintered sub genres of comedians (alternative, cringe, insult et al) there still lies straight-up stand-up comedians, those who stand onstage for one reason– to make you laugh and perhaps forget about the real world around you. Owen Benjamin is a proud part of that team. And that will become clear this Friday night when his first hour-long special High Five Til It Hurts premieres at midnight ET on

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    Steve Byrne’s show ‘Sullivan & Son’ renewed for second season

    Comedian Steve Byrne’s well-received TBS sitcom Sullivan & Son has been re-upped for a second season. Averaging more than 2.5 million viewers every Thursday at 10 pm ET, it seemed a no-brainer for the comedy-centric cable network to allow for a sophomore season. Along with Byrne’s semi-autobiographical character – an attorney who returns to his home in Pittsburgh to run his family’s pub – the stand-up is joined by bellow

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    Watch comedian Owen Benjamin set world record for visiting most airports

    Comedian Owen Benjamin is getting on a plane. Actually, Benjamin will be boarding many planes– as many as he can in a month’s time in order to set a new world record for the most airports visited in 30 days by a passenger. His Funny on the Fly tour started today, and he’ll be documenting it with photos, videos, and tweets. “As a comedian, I like to inject the fun

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    Watch Demetri Martin, Judah Friedlander on Comedy Central’s web series “The Download”

    Comedy Central’s web series The Download hosted by comedian Jordan Rubin, which premiered in March, continues with a new season. And with that comes the addition of new co-host Owen Benjamin, who replaces Molly McAleer. McAleer served as co-host for the entire first season and while Benjamin isn’t quite as easy on the eyes (sorry Owen, you’re a good looking guy and all but I don’t swing from that side

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    Video: Rob Riggle, Axe, Comedy Central team up for “Dirtcathlon” web series

    Watching coeds getting dirty online — the national pastime since the invention of the porn-storage network we euphemistically call the Internet. Now in the greatest collaboration since the tag team of dirt and cheap, AXE Shower and Comedy Central Digital (which oversees Atom.com) are hookng up to present the AXE Dirtcathlon, a four-part Web series that will pit teams of men and women in loony challenges meant to get them

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    Fox developing sitcom for Owen Benjamin

    Owen Benjamin may star in his own half-hour sitcom for Fox, written by comedy veteran Marsh McCall. McCall is executive producing the show with producer Bill Haber, a former agent and CAA co-founder, along with Peter Principato among others. Benjamin will star as a “question-everything high school counselor balancing bachelorhood and his eccentric family,” according to Deadline. Benjamin, who was a regular correspondent on The Jay Leno Show, recently filmed

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