One of the many genius things about Amy Sedaris is that she has never allowed us to get sick of her. She dips in and out of pop culture, selectively working on projects that she seems genuinely committed to making as demented as possible. Her upcoming truTV show, At Home with Amy Sedaris, is true to form if the first…
If you’re a little Broadway Baby, you’re going to absolutely love this. Or take joy in criticizing it, whatever turns your stage lights on.
However briefly: yeah, you wanna.
Because I don't live under a rock, but rather a pile of blankets and empty Ben & Jerry's containers, I, like many others, spent last weekend watching the entirety of Netflix's new Tina Fey-penned show, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. From the start, I felt there was something deeply familiar about this show, aside from…
If you happen to exist in the center of the "people who miss 30 Rock" and "people who are dreading Peter Pan Live!" Venn diagram, Funny or Die has the video for you! It's Jane Krakowski's Peter Pan audition tape, leaked DIRECTLY from NBC!
Saturday night at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, things were hit and miss on the red carpet. There were ensembles that were very good! But there were also some that were very bad. And a few that were terribly ugly. Let's take a look.
Last night at the Tony awards, there were some Living Legends in the house — and some over-the-top ensembles intent on stealing the spotlight.
For all of you who are desperate for 30 Rock to start back up, here's a funny morsel from the new season to feed your comedy-hungry souls. It seems everyone's favorite ego-maniac, Jenna Maroney, has been given a job as the vicious judge on a talent competition called Kidz Got Singing. You'd feel sorry for the tiny…
After several underwhelming red carpets, the SAGs were an exciting change. Think color, innovation, and serious style. Well, for the most part.
The Social Network premiered at the New York Film Festival last night, and the celebrities in attendance were (mostly) dressed to impress, sticking to sleek suits and simple dresses.
Date Night! We all love Tina and Steve, but will it be an intelligent romp or a stupid waste of $10? All I can tell you is that the star-studded premiere, at NYC's Ziegfeld Theatre, had me smiling. (And laughing.)
It's going to be okay. After the train-wreck that was the Golden Globes, the stars all showed, chastened and sheepish and back in form for Saturday's SAGs. Christina, Marion, Penelope...it's so nice to have you back!
Like sparkles? You'll dig this year's Golden Globes red carpet, which was blinding. But between the jewel tones and the grown-up clothes, the stars kept it classy.
When they were good, they were very, very, very good:
I've taken the liberty of bolding the most exciting ones, but it looks like they're really going overboard and giving fans no choice but to buy the DVD (out September 22nd.)