‘Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping’ creators Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer reveal their can’t-miss, must-see TV series.
[Spoiler Alert: This panel talks about plot points from the 1/25 episode of “Brooklyn 99.”] If you’re looking for smart, funny comedy, look no further than Fox’s hit sitcom “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.“ In its second season, the series, created by Dan Goor and Michael Schurr (“Parks and Recreation“) is stronger than ever this year and guest stars like […]
Happy Hump Day! I have a few things for you to nipple on today, including Kerry Washington dishing on what we can expect from “Scandal’s” season three finale Thursday, who’ll be stopping by Maya Rudolph’s new variety show and why Whoopi Goldberg dropped 30 pounds. Plus, see my watchlist and what’s hot (and not). Enjoy!
Welcome to hour 1,384 (estimate) of the Olympics! I’m so burned out, I don’t think I could watch one more event.
After a long weekend, I am ready to get back to work and have a productive few days before it’s time to relax again!
The holiday season always tends to be memorable on “Saturday Night Live” and that has never been clearer than this week’s “SNL Christmas Special” on NBC, which presented a retrospective of the show’s best Yuletide sketches on Wednesday night.
Hipster criminals beware: The detectives of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” are sticking around the borough a little longer.
Andy Samberg married singer-songwriter Joanna Newsom Saturday in California.
There are dozens of television shows about cops and dozens of comedies. But, since the end of the much-missed “Reno 911!”, there has not been a police comedy. Fortunately, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” has come along to fill the void and premieres Tuesday, Sept. 17 at 8:30/7:30c on FOX. [xfinity-record-button id=”5265505461484962112″ program_type=”series”] The show about a precinct […]
From the very first episode of “Saturday Night Live,” which premiered on Oct. 11, 1975, hosted by George Carlin, music has been a huge part of the show. The very first installment featured musical guests Janis Ian and Billy Preston, while the second show was an all-music affair hosted by Lorne Michaels’ buddy Paul Simon.