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  • Comedy Central’s “Drunk History” rewrites the books

     
    Comedy Central's new half-hour comedy Drunk History pairs inebriated storytellers with A-list talent to reenact some of history’s greatest moments. Based on a web series of the same name, Comedy Central's new half-hour comedy Drunk History pairs...
  • 'Modern Family' leads 1st Critics' Choice TV Awards list

    'Modern Family' leads 1st Critics' Choice TV Awards list
    "Modern Family" earned six nominations for the first Critics' Choice Television Awards. The ABC comedy led with the most nominations; "Mad Men" earned five, while "Boardwalk Empire" and "30 Rock" had four each. The awards are given by the Broadcast...
  • Q&A: '30 Minutes or Less' star Aziz Ansari star screams warnings mid-car chase

    Q&A: '30 Minutes or Less' star Aziz Ansari star screams warnings mid-car chase
    I didn’t laugh harder during all of the last TV season than when, on “Parks and Recreation,” Tom Haverford (Aziz Ansari) developed his Haverfoods slang that, for example, dubs cakes “big-old cookies,” tortillas “bean...
  • Megan Mullally kisses and tells about 'Childrens Hospital'

    Megan Mullally kisses and tells about 'Childrens Hospital'
    "Childrens Hospital," Rob Corddry's irreverent (OK, rude) comedy spoofing medical dramas, returns Thursday for another season of medicine, sex, gross-out humor, sex and more sex. "I've now made out with every member of the cast, which is hilarious,"...
  • The Chicago actor's dilemma: Love Chicago but leave it

    The Chicago actor's dilemma: Love Chicago but leave it
    "No actor should be in Chicago 'cause they wanta make money," a character says in "The Last Duck," a new play that includes a brief but pointed look at our Second City complex. "It's more about art," the guy says. "You know, whatever that means. Or you...
  • 'Breaking' news: Mullally joins cast of Fox sitcom

    If it seems Megan Mullally is breaking her way into a returning sitcom, she actually was invited. A two-time Emmy winner as the high-pitched-in-all-ways Karen Walker on "Will & Grace" (still shown in weekday repeats on Lifetime), the typically amusing...
  • Interview: Imagine Dragons singer savors flight on the wings of success

    Interview: Imagine Dragons singer savors flight on the wings of success
    Midway through my conversation with Imagine Dragons lead singer Dan Reynolds and his wife, Aja Volkman, in Nellcote's private dining area last week, Volkman — whose band, Nico Vega, opened for Imagine Dragons earlier that night at the House of Blues...
  • In 'Cymbeline,' the plot's the thing

    In 'Cymbeline,' the plot's the thing
    One of Los Angeles' most respected directors meets one of Shakespeare’s least produced plays as Evidence Room founder Bart DeLorenzo takes on the Bard's plot-dizzy, globe-hopping "Cymbeline," at A Noise Within in Pasadena. The production, running...
  • Sarah Silverman joins TBS Just For Laughs festival line-up

    Sarah Silverman joins TBS Just For Laughs festival line-up
    TBS and Just For Laughs have added comic Sarah Silverman to the Chicago festival line-up in June, along with dozens of other newly announced shows. Silverman will host two shows at The Chicago Theatre on June 16, presenting some of her favorite comedians...
  • Robert Redford's 'new territory' with 'Captain America' sequel

    Robert Redford's 'new territory' with 'Captain America' sequel
    Though Robert Redford may be the very platonic ideal of a movie star -- a matinee idol from films such as "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," "The Sting," "The Way We Were," "The Electric Horseman" and "Out of Africa" -- he has of late been involved...
  • They're 'Mortified,' we're entertained

    They're 'Mortified,' we're entertained
    As a genre, the celebrity interview hasn't changed much over the years. The standard talk show appearance is home to the carefully sculpted anecdote. In-depth magazine profiles tend to pivot around a contrived field trip or two, or leave you with the...