– It was announced this week that SNL head writer Colin Jost will be replacing Seth Meyers as Weekend Update co-anchor on March 1st. Meyers's last SNL will be February 1st. To familiarize yourself with Jost's work, here's a videolist we made.
– The Greatest Event in Television History aired its last installment, with Adam Scott and Paul Rudd starring in a remake of the opening credits of Bosom Buddies.
– Comedy Central's new show, Broad City, premiered. We interviewed its stars/creators Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson and reviewed the show.
– We also interviewed the Workaholics guys, and Spoils of Babylon co-creator Matt Piedmont.
– Bill Murray did a Reddit AMA, and it was amazing. READ MORE
-After months of diversity criticism, SNL held auditions on both coasts consisting entirely of black female performers. Lorne Michaels said one, or possibly two, will be added to the cast in January.
-Premiere dates were announced for a ton of shows, including Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (Jan. 2), Broad City (Jan. 22), Workaholics (Jan. 22), Portlandia (Feb. 27), and Andy Daly's Review (Feb. 27).
-Remakes of Naked Gun (with Ed Helms) and The Odd Couple (with Matthew Perry) are in the works.
-We interviewed Key & Peele showrunners Ian Roberts and Jay Martel, writer and standup Dana Gould, and published an old archived interview with George Carlin, and Anchorman 2 star David Koechner.
-Prince is set to make his sitcom debut, playing himself on an episode of New Girl.
–We looked at why Anchorman 2 is being promoted so hard. READ MORE
-Standup Kyle Kinane had a hilarious Twitter interaction with a salsa company, but it turned out to just be a prank by comedian Randy Liedtke.
–Late Night with Seth Meyers's writing staff was revealed. More writers may be hired, but the show's initial staff is Alison Agosti, Alex Baze, Bryan Donaldson, Peter Grosz, John Lutz, Seth Meyers, Chioke Nassor, Conner O'Malley, Seth Reiss, and Ben Warheit.
-Louis C.K. signed a deal with FX to make more TV shows for them.
-We looked at why every conservative version of The Daily Show fails.
-Dummies everywhere thought an Onion story about cops who kiss criminals was real.
-We interviewed Jon Daly about his new Amazon show Betas, Will Hines about improv, and Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland about their new Adult Swim show Rick and Morty.
-Comedy Central ordered a pilot of The Chris Gethard Show, and we talked to him about this exciting news.
-Monty Python announced they're reuniting for a stage show.
-We responded to Variety's godawful, despicable review of Sarah Silverman's new standup special.
-Joel Hodgson is resurrecting MTS3K's Turkey Day this year with new interstitials and a curated marathon.
-We interviewed Chris Lilley about his new show Ja'mie: Private School Girl, Jason Woliner and Andrew Weinberg about Eagleheart, Jody Hill about Eastbound & Down, Kyle Kinane about his standup career, The Lucas Brothers about their new Fox ADHD show, and Sarah Silverman about her HBO standup special, which premieres tomorrow.
–We looked at the why it's so hard for others to duplicate the success of The Onion.
-After two seasons, MTV canceled Nikki & Sara Live. Sara Schaefer gave us a look into her comedy past.
-Paul Rudd, John Goodman, and Jimmy Fallon are hosting the last SNL episodes of the year, with Timberlake as musical guest for Fallon's Christmas show. READ MORE
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