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- This week Louis C.K. released his 1997 film Tomorrow Night, which we then reviewed. In other Louis news, he announced that he'll be releasing Todd Barry's new standup special on his website.
- We checked in on the current season of Bob's Burgers and liked what we saw. READ MORE
- 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.
- Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosted the Golden Globes and absolutely killed it once again.
- Louis C.K. and Zach Galifianakis are writing a pilot for FX together for Galifianakis to star in.
- We ran a deep investigative report into the internet friendliness of the different TV networks.
-SNL responded to criticism over its lack of diversity by adding a black female cast member, Sasheer Zamata, and two black female writers, LaKendra Tookes and Leslie Jones. We also looked into how SNL has done so far this year and examined the show's recent diversity push.
-The new season of Archer is about Archer and company leaving spying behind to become cocaine dealers in Latin America.
-Parks and Recreation celebrated its 100th episode, and we ran a deep investigative report into 10 different Parks and Rec writers who have played characters on the show.
-We analyzed the directing style of Lena Dunham and how she makes Girls.
-A group of ex-Onion writers known as Wild Aggressive Dog made a hilarious fake college infomercial for Adult Swim.
-We interviewed Bo Burnham about his new special and fame, Will Forte about Macgruber 2 and his new movie Nebraska, Brody Stevens about his new Comedy Central show, and Mike Lawrence about his beginnings as a standup.
-Sketch duo BriTANick is writing, directing, and starring in a movie, and CollegeHumor sketch duo Jake and Amir are developing a show with TBS.
-Netflix removed most of its massive SNL library. We tried to figure out why, and they were real cagey about it. 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).
-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.
-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.
-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.
-The Jeselnik Offensive and Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell were both canceled this week following low ratings.
-NBC has ordered a pilot for a new variety show starring Maya Rudolph, and they're airing it as a primetime special in February after the Winter Olympics.
-There was another "Andy Kaufman is alive" hoax, apparently organized by his brother, Michael Kaufman.
In the world of late night this week we have some killer guests, like: Artie Lange, Chris Elliott, Bill Burr, Andy Samberg, Maria Bamford, Ellen DeGeneres, and many more. This week we have the premieres of The Greatest Event in Television History and a brand new stand up special from Dana Gould. This week we also say farewell to It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Please check out the rest of this week's schedule below and have a great week! READ MORE
Premiere Week! In the world of late night this week we have some killer guests, like: Hugh Laurie, Nick Offerman, Kumail Nanjiani, Aziz Ansari, Will Arnett, Rob Delaney, Matt Besser, and many more. This week we have the premiere of The Pete Holmes Show, a brand new TV special Tim and Eric's Bedtime Stories: Haunted House, and the return of Animation Domination on Saturday and Sunday on Fox! Please check out the rest of this week's schedule below and have a great week! READ MORE
A week of great premieres is coming! In the world of late night this week we have some killer guests, like Alec Baldwin, Adam DeVine, Doug Benson, Kumail Nanjiani, Andy Daly, James Adomian, Stephen Fry, and many more. We also have the series premiere of Comedy Central's new Chris Hardwick-hosted late night game show, @midnight, and Workaholics star Adam DeVine's new standup/sketch hybrid, Adam DeVine's House Party. And then on Saturday, we have an all new SNL with host Edward Norton. Please check out the rest of this week's schedule below and have a great week! READ MORE
In the world of late night this week we have some killer guests like: Eric Stonestreet, Danny McBride, Ben Schwartz, Anna Faris, Ray Romano, and many more. We also have the series premiere of The Birthday Boys and the return of Comedy Bang! Bang!! Please check out the rest of this week's schedule below and have a great week! READ MORE
In the world of late night this week we have some killer guests like the entire cast of Modern Family, Bill Maher, Tenacious D, Whitney Cummings, Nikki & Sara, and many more. This week we also have the 100th episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and a special episode of Filthy Sexy Teen$. Please check out the rest of this week's schedule below and have a great week! READ MORE