On the one year anniversary of his death, The Experiment Comedy remembers the late, great Robin Williams. ORIGINALLY POSTED ON AUGUST 12, 2014: Comedians, actors, friends, and fans alike are mourning the tragic death of Robin Williams, who passed away at age 63 yesterday. He was a comic whose influence will continue on from generation to generation. Here are just some of the mourners paying tribute the man: I was just thinking how much I wanted to see Robin WilliamsRead More →
Happy Birthday, America! Tomorrow is the 4th of July and to celebrate our independence from the colonial imperialists of Great Britain 239 years ago — and to forget our own present-day imperial excursions — here are ten movies that best exemplify this great country known as The United States of America: American Dreamz (2006), directed by Paul Weitz You want to become a star? Just get on reality TV show. That’s pretty much the premise to this underrated 2006Read More →
Comedian Louis C.K. dropped by Late Night with Seth Meyers on Monday to promote both his FX series and his upcoming Saturday Night Live hosting gig when he revealed something amazing: He and Dino Stamatopoulos once pulled an amazing prank on Late Night with Conan O’Brien announcer Joel Godard back when all three worked on the show. It involves one of the dirtiest jokes ever to air on broadcast television. Late Night with Seth Meyers airs Weeknights at 12:35am Eastern/PacificRead More →
Deadline is reporting that TruTV has picked up a full 10-episode first season of Those Who Can’t, which was created by and stars the Denver-based comedy group, The Grawlix (Adam Cayton-Holland, Andrew Orvedahl and Ben Roy). The script series follows three dysfunctional high school teachers who are just as screwed up as the kids they teach. When an entitled bully decides to make their lives miserable, they go to ridiculous lengths to exact revenge. If you feel like you’ve heardRead More →
Here is the much anticipated trailer for the much anticipated sixth season of Community, courtesy of its new home, Yahoo! Screen. Words don’t do justice for the joy you must all be feeling. Just watch the video above and bask in its glow. Community Season 6 premieres Tuesday, March 17th on Yahoo! Screen. An episode a week will drop for 13 weeks.
Recall how we all made fun of CBS last fall for not hiring a female substitute host to helm The Late Late Show until James Corden officially takes over in March? Well, The Comic’s Comic is reporting that comedian Whitney Cummings, co-creator of the network’s hit sitcom, 2 Broke Girls, has now joined that male-heavy rotation of hosts. She is set to preside over the late night talker on Wednesday, January 28th and Thursday, January 29th at 12:35am Eastern/Pacific. HerRead More →
Deadline is reporting that Yahoo! as set a premiere date for the sixth season of Community: Tuesday, March 17th. Two brand new episodes will be made available to watch that day, with new episodes from the remaining eleven dropping every Tuesday after. The announcement was made today during Yahoo’s TCA press tour session in Pasadena. Original castmembers Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, Jim Rash, and Ken Jeong return with newbies Paget Brewster and Keith David. Dan HarmonRead More →
Mark this on your calendars: Netflix has announced that all episodes of the first season of Tina Fey and Robert Carlock’s latest sitcom, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, will debut on Friday, March 6th: Life begins when the world doesn’t end. Unbreakable #KimmySchmidt arrives March 6 only on @netflix. pic.twitter.com/HKrhCdU3jJ — Kimmy Schmidt (@TheKimmySchmidt) January 7, 2015 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt stars Ellie Kemper (The Office, Bridesmaids) as a former cult member who returns to civilian life and gets a jobRead More →