We have nothing to say here except that we unreservedly, unironically love "Isle of Dogs" star Jeff Goldblum and all that he does. That is all. Please go about your business and have a very Goldblum day.
In Jerrod Carmichael's new comedy special he discusses his top four fears. We’ll tell you ours: zombies, flutes, quinoa, and redheads. "Jerrod Carmichael: 8" premieres on March 11 on HBO.
Marina Franklin was called the funniest New Yorker by Time Out New York. And if anyone knows New Yorkers, it's Time Out New York. Or possibly The New Yorker, the New York Times, and to a lesser degree, the Long Island Wave
How does the lovely Kristin Chenoweth fit such enormous talent into such a petite frame? Our best mathematicians are on the case.
In "Review," Andy Daly’s character rates real-life experiences like going to prom, eating 30 pancakes, and happiness. We’ve tried all of above and would rate them respectively as 1 star, 4 stars, and elusive.
We can't wait till Unknown Mortal Orchestra battles their archenemy, Familiar Inhuman Individual. Their new song is "Shakedown Street" from Day of the Dead, a Grateful Dead tribute album produced by The National.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
The ridiculously talented Jeffrey Tambor is Emmy-nominated for his role in "Transparent." We have never rooted so hard for someone to win an Emmy before. We mean, other than ourselves.
Al Madrigal is our favorite comedian named after medieval music, right next to Peter Plainchant.
Ashley Monroe’s new album is The Blade. Can’t wait to hear the first cut from it!
It's a brand-new show dedicated to EVEN MORE flubs, blunders, and bloopers that have never been seen before.