Dave Chappelle takes on everything from the Louis C.K. sexual misconduct allegations to Stop Top Stuffing in two new standup specials on Netflix.
The Hollywood Foreign Press appears to have sidestepped some potentially awkward situations at the Beverly Hilton ballroom, as some big names will be absent from January's Golden Globes ceremony. They include Kevin Spacey, Harvey Weinstein, and Woody Allen, all of whom have faced allegations of sexual misconduct.
Accusations of sexual misconduct against Louis C.K. brought responses from a wide range of other entertainment industry figures, including late-night host Stephen Colbert, actor Charlie Day, and comedy producer Judd Apatow.
Pamela Adlon’s unique half-hour show, "Better Things" — not quite a sitcom, with lots of drama and some absurdity — is even better in its second season.
Alec Baldwin did double duty as Donald Trump and Bill O'Reilly on this week's "SNL," as Louis C.K. returned as host.
On Tuesday's "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert," Louis C.K. took shots at Trump. C.K. said, "He's just a gross, crook, dirty, rotten, lying sack of s***."
Each episode begins with a jaunty cover of Hank Williams’s “Jambalaya,” intended as an ironic contrast to the content of this show starring Tig Notaro and and based on her life.
On Jimmy Kimmel Live, Louis C.K. promoted his new series Horace and Pete, a rare occasion because he has done little to plug it except emailing his fans.