Pivot orders Freestyle Love Supreme to series, plus new docu-series, renewal of “Please Like Me”
Lin-Man, Shockwave and the fellas will improvise 10 more half-hour hip-hop specials for you in the year to come!
Season Two of The Walsh Brothers Great and Secret Comedy Show on Comedy Central’s CC:Studios
New episodes started unfolding today, and they’re even greater than last year’s first season, so don’t let them stay a secret!
Last Comic Standing 8 on NBC preview clip!
This time, we mean it!
The Maya Rudolph Show variety hour will debut May 19, 2014, on NBC
Sing along with Maya in this new clip from her stint on Portlandia that’s just bananas. Armisen will guest on her NBC show, too.
Allan Havey as Lou Avery rises to the challenge in the final season of AMC’s “Mad Men”
"Mad Men is my favorite show. By far. And I love The Sopranos and Breaking Bad, but I just love Mad Men, because of that time. It’s a romantic period. Even with all the bullshit….You might as well have told me at six years old that I was going to be on The Honeymooners. That’s how excited I was to get on Mad Men." — Allan Havey, stand-up comedian and actor
Meet Me In New York: Jacqueline Novak
Pioneers of Television: Standup to Sitcom (PBS)
Preview clips and quotes from the hourlong documentary, which premieres tonight on PBS. Featuring interviews with Bob Newhart, Bill Cosby, Roseanne, Tim Allen, Jerry Seinfeld and Ray Romano.
My Pod Week: Week ending 4/13/14
A new weekly journal from podcast engineer/producer Mike Flinn, documenting his listening habits. Last week, Flinn attended a live taping of The Greg Proops Film Club and enjoyed new episodes from Jackie Kashian’s The Dork Forest and Doug Stanhope.
RIP Otto Petersen, ventriloquist of Otto & George (1960-2014)
Dave Attell gives back to comedy veterans, as well as families of military veterans via Operation Purple, thanks to his new “Comedy Underground” stand-up series on Comedy Central
Uncensored. Debuts at 1 a.m. tonight!
Check out clips or the full episode online already, with Joe DeRosa, Jermaine Fowler, Jay Oakerson and Jeffrey Ross. At the link. That’s a lot of J names, isn’t it. Not to worry. Attell spreads the wealth around in future episodes, too.