In the context of talk shows in 2018, Norm Macdonald immediately vaults to the top of the talk-show heap with the debut of "Norm Macdonald Has a Show" on Netflix, starting Friday.
Norm Macdonald's way of handling a controversy appears to be by creating a new one.
In a controversial new interview, Norm Macdonald says he's "happy the #MeToo movement has slowed down a little bit."
"You always find yourself back to a moment of, 'Did I miss something? Could I have done more?'"
Louis C.K.’s longtime former manager, Dave Becky, has apologized after it was suggested that he tried to keep two women from publicly accusing the comedian of sexual misconduct. “I now comprehend that my response was perceived as a threat to cover-up sexual misconduct. Numerous women accused C.K. of sexual misconduct in a New York Times story that published Thursday.
Universal Pictures and Illumination have terminated their relationship with disgraced comedian Louis C.K. for the sequel The Secret Life of Pets 2. Universal and Illumination made a short one-sentence announcement on Friday afternoon and did not elaborate. The move came a day after the New York Times published a story alleging that C.K. had repeatedly asked women he encountered in work-related environments to watch him masturbate.
Comedian Louis C.K. has been accused of sexual misconduct in a New York Times expose detailing allegations that he repeatedly asked women he encountered in work-related environments to watch him masturbate. The story also scrutinizes the behavior of C.K.’s longtime manager, Dave Becky, of 3 Arts Entertainment, suggesting that Becky used his clout in the […]
Writer-director Louis C.K. stars as a successful New York television writer who rekindles a relationship with his teenage daughter (Chloë Grace Moretz) but is then horrified when she falls for the aging filmmaker (John Malkovich) he’s long idolized.
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.
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***."
The first thing you notice about Louis C.K. as he takes the stage for his new Netflix stand-up comedy special, '2017,' is that he’s wearing a suit and tie.
Netflix has been on a comedy spending spree, shoveling out huge sums of cash for standup specials from Chris Rock, Dave Chapelle, Amy Schumer, and now Jerry Seinfeld. The production deal also calls for 24 new episodes of Seinfeld’s hit series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
As was true of my Best Dramas list, there’s only one show here from network television, and it’s not because I think sitcoms need premium-cable freedom to use naughty words to get laughs. The list is alphabetical, because I really couldn’t say that the kind of laughs you get from John Oliver are “better” than those of, say, Broad City. Better Things (FX): Pamela Adlon, working with Louis C.K., has created a new kind of single-mom-with-kids sitcom — moodier and more fraught, but never losing sight of its mission to keep the laughs coming.
On Match Game, Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones REALLY wanted the contestant to get some points. Snoop gave one of the worst answers ever on Celebrity Family Feud. Host Steve Harvey asked Snoop to complete the phrase “Pie in the what?”, and Snoop replied, “Horse.” Harvey took every opportunity to tease Snoop about his answer, and those opportunities came in droves.
It’s Power Players week on "Jeopardy!” and comedian Louie CK competed alongside Pulitzer Prize winner Jonathan Capehart and CNN host Kate Bolduan on Wednesday.
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.
Baskets Review: Zach Galifianakis Is A Very Sad Clown Zach Galifianakis specializes in a comedy of discomfort, with a deadpan expression followed, at unpredictable moments, by explosions of absurdity or volcanic temper. All of which is to say that Baskets, the new half-hour premiering on FX on Thursday, ain’t very funny. Galifianakis stars as Chip Baskets, a sad-sack who studied to be a classically-trained clown in France, but who returns home to Bakersfield, California, only to find the only job available for him is as a rodeo clown.