The comedian had used TikTok only a handful of times before her impersonation of the president garnered 15 million views. Now it’s making her rethink her routine.
There’s something soothing about watching a comedian who has been telling the same jokes for decades.
Hosted by COVID-19 survivor Tom Hanks and filmed remotely, the show’s latest broadcast is a cultural document of the times.
Who isn’t suspicious of other people, overtly worried about hygiene, and trigger-happy with a bottle of hand sanitizer?
Comedy, the adage goes, is tragedy plus time. But in this pandemic, even humor has no idea what the future holds.
In his new Netflix special, End Times Fun, the comedian turns his attention to angst during ongoing crisis, with uncanny timeliness.
The writer’s new series, Twenties, makes fun of entertainment that is diverse but middling—a criticism her own work has faced.
The absurd sketch featuring Jake Gyllenhaal, David Byrne, and a giant goose was pure gold from the host John Mulaney.
America’s top drag queen hosted a series of surprisingly un-fabulous sketches.
The Good Place, NBC’s sitcom about the afterlife, ended with a heartening meditation on the meaning of a finite existence.
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After a 35-year absence, one of the show’s most venerated performers had a delightful homecoming as host.
Last night’s episode delivered a critique of Americans’ short attention spans with an overstuffed, melodramatic cold open.
The Scottish performer’s new HBO special is a stunning experiment in controlled transgression.
The late actor, who died at the age of 77, was best known for his singular ability to convey fatherly frustration with comedic flair.
The musician was an endearingly goofy performer who shone in a fever dream of an episode filled with gallows humor and character breaking.
Taika Waititi tries to balance zany comedy and grim realism in his new coming-of-age film set in Nazi Germany. He doesn’t quite succeed.
The Cheers actor’s impression of the former vice president this season is less friendly and more glossy than the show’s previous attempts.
In its new season, the Netflix animated comedy untangles the influences that can lead young men to embrace sexist ideas.
The NBC series, now in its fifth season, stands out for how cleverly it portrays the many labor issues affecting its ensemble of blue-collar characters.