The comedian walked back an insulting joke about incoming Republican Congressman Dan Crenshaw, who lost an eye fighting in Afghanistan.
The HBO series from the British writer Julia Davis is depraved cringe comedy at its most inexplicably compelling.
In the lead-up to the midterms, the show parodied cable-news hysteria over the migrant caravan, and contrasted it with liberal panic over the coming election.
The comic, returning to the Comedy Cellar this week, described a particular wave of support he’s received since admitting to sexual misbehavior last year.
The retooled sitcom debuted with an episode that wrestled with the death of its fictional matriarch.
The show’s former head writer returned for an episode with some excellent sketches—but also a dire parody of Kanye West’s meeting with Donald Trump.
In the wake of a bruising moment in American history, the NBC sketch show was primed to party.
Alec Baldwin is returning to play President Trump for the show’s 44th season, with only one new cast member coming aboard the stalling sketch revue.
The stand-up has waded into hot water with comments on Louis C.K., Roseanne Barr, and Nanette, but what’s most frustrating is his seeming disinterest in the way joke telling is always changing.
With a surprise performance Sunday evening, the comic joins a cadre of men who have begun reentering the public eye after misconduct accusations.
The #MeToo comebacks are coming. And they’re revolving, once again, around the desires of those who needed to negotiate the returns in the first place.
The showrunner recently departed ABC for the streaming network, joining the ranks of Ryan Murphy and Shonda Rhimes in the process.
The comic has stormed though 75 years of show business; he remains prodigal in expression, memory, and imagination.
Come Inside My Mind, airing on HBO Monday night, is a thoughtful and wistful portrait of an elusive subject.
Hannah Gadsby’s Netflix special, filmed at the Sydney Opera House, dismantles and subverts everything about how humor is supposed to work.
This year, the show ended with a typically mediocre, guest star–laden Donald Trump sketch—but it needs to be bolder in the future.
In his terrific new Netflix special, the comedian channels the spirit of one of his favorite subjects: his bizarrely boring dad.
The best Saturday Night Live sketch in ages was a bizarre Les Misérables homage that recalled the show’s glory days.
A sketch involving Robert Mueller appearing on The Bachelor was the latest indication of the show’s wavering topical relevance.
Scott Aukerman and Adam Scott’s newly launched R U Talkin’ R.E.M. Re: Me? is as hilarious, passionate, and tangent-filled as their other work in the medium.