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Comedy (genre)

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  • Don Rickles to receive Johnny Carson award on Comedy Central

     
    There are very few comedians who last more than five decades in an industry not known for rewarding longevity, but Don Rickles is far from your average funny man. And it's that very reason why the performer who has been deemed “The Merchant of...
  • Joel Murray, kid brother of Bill, gets a starring role

     
    Joel Murray, after more than 25 years acting, has his first leading role in a feature film with “God Bless America,” a raucous, violent, provocative media-culture satire currently available via video on demand and opening at the Downtown...
  • The Morning Fix: Disappointing 'Engagement.' No app for TV.

     
    "Think Like a Man" once again surprised the box-office experts by staying in first place and beating back four new movies. Although much of Hollywood cooled on its love affair with President Obama after the administration expressed concern about anti-...
  • Ellen DeGeneres to receive Mark Twain Prize for American Humor

     
    Ellen DeGeneres is the latest comedian to be awarded the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Ellen DeGeneres will receive the award during a ceremony in October....
  • TV THIS WEEK: May 6 - 12

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 6 - 12 in PDF format TV listings for the week of May 6 - 12 in PDF format are also available here This week's TV Movies SUNDAY “The......
  • Upfronts 2012: CBS makes bold moves, TBS touts 'Cougar Town'

     
    Coming off a season in which it finished first in viewers and made gains in all key demographics, CBS unveiled a fall schedule that features just four new shows but does take some risks by relocating a couple of established hits....
  • Upfronts 2012: CBS unveils fall schedule; 'Men' moves to Thursday

     
    CBS picks up three new dramas and one comedy for the fall and moves Two and a Half Men to Thursday and The Mentalist to Sunday....
  • 'The Dictator' offers iron-fisted, ham-handed laughs, critics say

     
    In "The Dictator," Sacha Baron Cohen combines his knack for absurd characters with the grand comedic tradition of skewering despotism on the big screen. Critics agree that the film is funny and vulgar; whether the combination truly works depends on whom...
  • Upfronts 2012: 5 buzzed-about pilots that didn't make the cut

     
    Shows starring Snoop Dogg, Roseanne Barr, Sarah Silverman and Martin Lawrence, as well as a series produced by Marc Cherry, fail to make TV's fall lineup....
  • ABC cancels 'GCB,' adds more series to lineup

     
    ABC cancels "GCB," "The River" and "Missing." ABC picks up "The Neighbors," "How To Live With Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life" starring Sarah Chalke, "Malibu Country" with Reba McEntire, Shaw Ryan's "Last Resort," and "666 Park Ave." with Terry O'...
  • This week: Season finales for ‘2 Broke Girls,’ ‘New Girl,’ ‘The Voice,’ ‘The Big Bang Theory’

     
    Broadcasters are expected to load up on new sitcoms when they announce their fall schedules later this month. They'd like to duplicate the successes of CBS' “2 Broke Girls” and Fox's “New Girl,” which end their first seasons this...