If anything normalizes the often mocked and embellished Minnesota accent, it’s Fargo. Junior insurance salesman Lester Nygaard (Martin Freeman) is a bit of a shmuck, getting walked all over and passively going along with it. (Read More…)

If you think stand-up comedians are on all the time, then you’ve never met an improvisational comedian. A comedy improv group in New York is facing its final shows as they lose their theatre to some much larger corporate makeover. (Read More…)

If you thought you got your fill of 1980s in Stranger Things’ first season, get ready for even more 1980s. Even more than you can possibly handle. It’s a year later from when season one left off and Mike and the gang are living their kid lives. (Read More…)

It’s almost like it’s 2005 again for Comedy Central; The Daily Show is finding huge success with its increasingly progressive commentary during the most clownish Presidential administration to date, and is followed by a former Daily Show correspondent spending the entirety of his time on television satirizing supporters of said clown administration. (Read More…)

Folks who run for office because they want media attention has got to stop being something that happens. Courtney Rose (Brandon Micheal Hall) is an aspiring rapper in Fort Grey, California. (Read More…)

From David Shore comes a story about a doctor, unmatched in his skill but generally incapable of social interaction. No, this isn’t a House M.D. reboot but something entirely different (almost). (Read More…)

As the first all-women’s wrestling series to grace Saturday afternoon, The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (GLOW) became a much bigger hit than intended when it premiered in 1986. In 2013, GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling told this long-forgotten story.

The current link in the The Office – Parks and Recreation daisy chain, Brooklyn Nine-Nine follows its spiritual predecessors in style, tone, and having a ton of the same folk working on it. At the 99th precinct in Brooklyn, NYPD detective Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) goofs off, plays pranks and shares heartfelt moments… (Read More…)

Sarah Silverman is consistently phenomenal in her new stand-up special, A Speck of Dust. A Speck of Dust isn’t out there or revolutionary (honestly what comedy is these days?) but it’s consistent and quality all the way through – which if you look at it comparatively, it at least seems revolutionary.

Before everybody had a talk show in their garage, there was a period called the 1990s where only a select few were worthy of the limited positions to sit behind a desk in front of a national audience – and everyone was vying for it. So, it was kind of like a Game of Thrones, right?..(Read More)..