This Week in Comedy: ‘The Late Late Show’ Gets a New Host
-James Corden was revealed to be the new host of The Late Late Show, and we put together a video guide to introduce you to him.
-T.J. Miller talked to us about the craft of comedy at Just for Laughs.
-That Ghostbusters reboot will have female leads and might be directed by Paul Feig.
-We talked with Michelle Wolf about what it’s like balancing standup and writing for Late Night.
-Pete Davidson explained what it’s like being a rising standup at age 20.
-We unearthed a video of Chris Farley singing his heart out at Second City a year before joining SNL.
-Larry David will star in his own Broadway play, Fish in the Dark.
-Neal Brennan gave an update on Tracy Morgan on Late Night.
-Netflix said that “it’s only a matter of time” before a new season of Arrested Development.
-The Broken Lizard guys are developing a comedy for TBS.
-Greg Poehler’s NBC show ‘Welcome to Sweden’ was renewed for a second season.
-We highlighted the web videos of Matt Evans.
-Chris Lilley talked to us about his new HBO show Jonah From Tonga.
-Aaron McGruder’s new show ‘Black Jesus’ sparked controversy but we broke down the long history of comedic messiahs.
-‘This Week in Comedy Podcasts’ Scott Aukerman shared details about ‘Saved By The Bell’ and ‘Sharknado 2.’
And now your top five web videos of the week:
CollegeHumor: Don’t Make Me Hold Your Baby
Funny or Die: Modern Office with Christina Hendricks
UCB1: Juggalos: Are They a Gang?
BuzzFeed Yellow: What Men Are Really Saying When Catcalling Women
Funny or Die: OK Cupid’s Human Experiments