On the Rough-Around-the-Edges Comic

Being Funny Is Harder Now, and That’s a Good Thing

Why Larry Wilmore Should Return to the Talk Show Circuit

How Colin Quinn Became Comedy’s Coolest History Teacher

The Case Against a ‘Will & Grace’ Reboot

Talking to Showrunner Alec Sulkin About Working to Revitalize ‘Family Guy’

Can ‘Family Guy’ Lift Itself Out of Its Perpetual Rut?

The Surprising Longevity of ‘@Midnight’

Ranking Every ‘SNL’ Presidential Impression

Why Fallon and Corden Are the True Heirs to Johnny Carson (Whether You Like Them or Not)

Evaluating Trevor Noah’s First Year Behind the ‘Daily Show’ Desk

How the Serial Format Has Made ‘South Park’s Politics Even Harder to Decipher

Jimmy Fallon Is Just the Most Visible Representative of Comedy’s Trump Problem

What Happens When Once-Beloved Comedy Fails the Test of Time?

Why Time Slots Still Matter in Late Night

How Donald Trump Has Made Political Satire Weaker

Which Classic TV Shows Could Have Benefitted From the Freedom of the Modern Era?

How ‘Inside Amy Schumer’ Has Adjusted to its Star’s Ever-Increasing Celebrity

Political Satire Is Thriving Without Jon Stewart (and We Should Thank Jon Stewart)

‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ Is Still Searching for an Identity