This week, "AHS: Cult" re-created another famous cult leader, Charles Manson, and the infamous murders of actress Sharon Tate and her friends.
Kevin Spacey is being criticized for “hiding under the rainbow” after he came out in the same statement in which he apologized for alleged unwanted sexual advances towards actor Anthony Rapp when Rapp was just 14.
On “Conan,” Billy Eichner recalled seeing a lonely former White House press secretary Sean Spicer in the green room backstage at the Emmys. According to Eichner, the only person who would speak to Spicer was the star of "Young Sheldon" — 9-year-old Iain Armitage.
If the hit NBC series makes you well up, you're not alone. Here Padma Lakshmi and other stars share their most tearjerking "This Is Us" moments.
Unlike in previous seasons of "American Horror Story,"' the scariest stuff here emanates not from monsters but from the citizen down the street.
Creator Ryan Murphy previews the new season of FX's horror anthology, which tackles the cult of personality in the wake of the 2016 presidential election.
The cast members of "American Horror Story" know how to keep viewers gasping, but they showed their lighter side during a group outing to a Cher concert.
Billy Eichner previews the new season of Hulu's 'Difficult People,' which includes his character's first serious relationship.
The duo joins Donald Glover as Simba and James Earl Jones as Mufasa in live-action remake of 'The Lion King' directed by Jon Favreau
On April 10, disturbing video emerged of a passenger being forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight from Chicago’s O’Hare to Louisville, Ky. The flight was overbooked, and aviation security officers dragged the passenger off the plane because he refused to leave. Fellow passengers were horrified by the sight of the man being dragged off, and celebrities such as Judd Apatow, Chrissy Teigen, Billy Eichner, Piers Morgan, Mark Cuban, Karrueche Tran, and Gabrielle Union were quick to react on social media.
The host we love to watch scream at strangers will now be screaming at … ghosts! Billy Eichner of TruTV’s 'Billy on the Street' is joining 'American Horror Story.'
On The Late Late Show, Anna Kendrick and Billy Eichner joined James Corden to sing the “Soundtrack to Growing Up,” ending with all three singing “Girl on Fire."
Joel McHale and Nathan Lane are among those who'll pop up in Season 2 of the Hulu comedy co-starring Billy Eichner.
Vast celebrity knowledge and quick one-liners are two things that Julie Klausner and Billy Eichner have in common on Hulu’s Difficult People. Do you have the quick wit and pop-culture knowledge to measure up? Try to fill in the blanks in our Difficult quiz to find out. The new season of Difficult People premieres Tuesday, July 12 on Hulu
Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner are back for a second season of Difficult People, beginning Tuesday on Hulu. The new episodes—I’ve seen three of them—are jam-packed with pop-culture jokes that will leave you trying to suppress outbursts of laughter lest you miss one punchline set atop another, like layers of a delicious cake that Julie’s character would love to smash. If that sounds mean or crass on my part, believe me, you ain’t heard Julie’s character, Julie Kessner.
We’ll say this for Billy Eichner: He’s really turned up the weird for Season 4 of Billy on the Street (his first season on TruTV). Whether it was helping Rachel Dratch escape Scientology, creating a Sean Penn float for his own version of the Thanksgiving Day Parade, or sending Amy Sedaris down a slide into a pool of Kerry Washington’s tears, the comedian/star of Difficult People/talented screamer was not afraid to let his freak flag fly in 2015.
Anyone hoping to create a real-life Shondaland theme park, please use Billy Eichner’s layout. On this week’s episode of Billy On the Street, Eichner enlists Strangers With Candy’s Amy Sedaris to run through his version of Shondaland (“gays and blacks and everyone!” the welcome sign reads). In order to become its mayor, the always entertaining Sedaris must complete challenges inspired by Shonda Rhimes’s TV hits, including Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away With Murder.
On The Late Late Show, host James Corden and guest Billy Eichner came together for a Halloween parody of Adele’s new hit, “Hello.” Their version of the song explores the struggle that a couple of old trick-or-treating buddies go through as age catches up with them. Adele’s video for her son has been smashing views records since it was released last week. And this video from Corden and Eichner … is just really funny!
The Billy Eichner-Julie Klausner sitcom Difficult People has been renewed by Hulu for a second season, and unlike roughly 85 percent of all TV shows that get renewed, this one deserves it. Here’s why: 1. It just keeps getting funnier. Although my favorite episode remains the third, “Pledge Week,” featuring Kate McKinnon as Abracadouglas, “Williamsburg’s Premiere Sober Magician” with her recovering-alcoholic patter (“Magic is an illusion made up of many steps, sobriety takes just 12”), this week’s episode, “Even Later,” premiering Sept. 2, is top-notch, featuring choice insults aimed at Woody Allen and a choice cameo by Amy Sedaris as a ping-pong table salesperson. 2.
The writer/star of the new Hulu comedy sits down with Yahoo TV to talk about the jokes she won't make and ideas for Season 2.
Put Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner together in the new Hulu-streaming series 'Difficult People,' premiering Wednesday, and they very nearly become a nuclear bomb of bile and barely-faux bitterness.