SNL’s Sasheer Zamata set to bring laughs to the Iron Horse next Tuesday.
There’s no show more insightful and more sobering than the one about the washed-up cartoon horse.
Equal parts funny and sad, this film has a message that all should appreciate.
The infamous stand-up character performed in Northampton with support from Major Entertainer Mike H.
Comedian’s political diatribes preach to Northampton crowd choir at the Calvin Theatre.
Typically Never sits down with WMUA General Manager Andrew DesRochers to talk about 2015 and the year ahead.
What could have been the next ‘Step Brothers’ turned into a forgettable version of ‘The Other Guys.’
New episodes of the popular sketch comedy series will begin airing on IFC starting Jan. 21.
This Seth Rogen-led bro-fest has the usual antics, but it also might be one of his most mature works.
Karly Dunn explains how Amy Schumer is a positive role model for women, a contrast to celebrities such as the Kardashians who perpetuate an unrealistic body image.
Writer-director Paul Weitz delivers a refreshing narrative that reclaims the impulse to laugh in the face of tragedy.
Selina Meyer, played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus, is the first female president of the United States.
John Oliver has surpassed all of his peers and ranks with his tutor, Jon Stewart, as the voice for sanity.
A revamped Jon Snow commands attention in Season 5.
This show should alternatively be titled “The Creepiest Man on Earth.”
Death of Harris Wittels has proven to be a loss to the comedy and podcast community.
“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” delivers a charming, endearing glimpse at life in New York, thanks to brilliant performance by Ellie Kemper
The new Netflix comedy from Tina Fey evokes her classic, “30 Rock.”
“Parks and Recreation” will go down in history as one of the all-time great American sitcoms. Never quite a hit with ratings, “Parks and Rec” was a critical darling that managed to retain its quality comedic voice far longer than some of the greatest long-running shows in history. Its spiritual predecessor, “The Office,” provided seven incredible years of powerful comedic storytelling, but declined in quality to such an extent that the show’s legacy is forever tarnished. “Parks and Recreation,” on the other hand, lasted for only seven seasons, and it managed to keep its characters and situations feeling alive all…
Adam Scott’s role does nothing to make the film humorous or enjoyable.
The 87th annual Academy Awards get it right, mostly, in Sunday night’s ceremony.