TruTV has renewed At Home with Amy Sedaris, Laff Mobb’s Laff Tracks, and The Carbonaro Effect, and ordered more Adam Ruins Everything and two new series.
The Horror of Laughter: an Interview with Y. Sanders, Gab Contreras, and (Unfortunately) Gavin Dillinger
Earlier this month, we posted a Kickstarter pitch by Gavin Dillinger for Laughter, a new comic by Dillinger, artist Y Sanders, and colorist by Gab Contreras with an interesting twist on demonic possession: After watching their father die at the hands of a demon, a family is forced to process the trauma of not only loss[...]
Thankfully, former Outhouse Editor-in-Chief Gavin Dillinger has a backup plan. Gavin, armed with a brand new nose ring he got to be more like his idol, Dave Bautista, has launched a new Kickstarter for a comic called Laughter, featuring art by Y Sanders and colors by Gab Contreras No letterer is credited, but nobody cares about[...]
SNL "The Impossible Hulk": Don't Make Idris Elba Angry. You Won't Like Cecily Strong When He's Angry. [VIDEO]
Thanks to SNL's hard-hitting journalists, Idris Elba's "lost" pilot trailer as Dr. Banner / The Incredible Hulk has surfaced and it's... different?
Kat Dennings' (2 Broke Girls) comedy Dollhouse has found a home at Hulu, with the streaming service giving a 10-episode order for the project.
Welcome to Bleeding Cool’s review of season 1 of Showtime‘s Kidding, beginning at the very beginning (a very nice place to start) with 'Green Means Go.'
Philly just got a little less "sunny" today, with news that Fox is cancelling midseason comedy series The Mick. Created by John and Dave Chernin and starring It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia‘s Kaitlin Olson, The Mick was only one of three series cancelled by the network today.
Ricky Gervais's Tony is making some serious changes to his life -- whether his friends and family like it or not -- in the new Netflix series After Life. Created, executive produced, directed by and starring Gervais, the six, half-hour episode season is also executive produced by Charlie Hanson (Extras).
As part of the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City, Bleeding Cool was lucky enough to catch up with Drunk History's co-creator Derek Waters at the red carpet premiere event for the series' Season 5 mid-season return to Comedy Central on June 19th.
Director/producer Lisa D’Apolito's Love, Gilda premiered at the Beacon Theater as the kickoff to the popular film festival, spotlighting the life of Emmy and Grammy award-winning Saturday Night Live comedian Gilda Radner. Here's our review.
Welcome back to Bleeding Cool’s "finally-back-to-weekly" recap/review of NBC’s Thursday night comedy series A.P. Bio, starring It’s Always in Sunny in Philadelphia's Glenn Howerton and Happy!'s Patton Oswalt. Tonight, we're taking a look at our fifth episode, 'Dating Toledoans'.
I hope fans of Glenn Howerton and NBC's A.P. Bio are taking notes because there will be a quiz at the end of this. Making a small tweak to their Thursday night programming line-up, A.P. Bio will be moving an hour earlier to 8:30 p.m. ET/PT on Thursday nights beginning March 1.
Saturday Night Live‘s Bill Hader finds himself facing that dilemma, as his Barry struggles to balance his hitman day job with his newly ignited passion for acting. That's just one of the aspects of HBO's upcoming comedy series that gets covered in a new behind-the-scenes featurette.
Looks like actor Christopher Lloyd is trading flux capacitors and taxi cabs for warm milk, leg blankets and Murder, She Wrote reruns — the Back to the Future actor is set to join leads Hector Elizondo and Holland Taylor in NBC's new comedy pilot Guess Who Died.
Unfortunately for the students of NBC’s A.P. Bio, Glenn Howerton’s Jack Griffin isn’t that type of teacher. Griffin doesn’t waste any time making his intentions known: “My name is Jack Griffin… and I don’t want to be here.”