The first teaser from the popular series about your friendly neighborhood weed-slinger unveils a catchy new theme song and storylines.
We spoke with co-creator Pam Brady about the comedy that is surprisingly deft about mental illness, race issues, and white feminism.
Will Susie scream insults at Jeff? Will Richard get depressed about a woman he's dating? Will Larry piss any and everybody off?
Stand-up is basically an acceptable form of public self-harm. As someone who thinks a lot about self harm, it's one place I feel accepted.
We all want to know what she really thinks, and her Shrill book and tour delivers just that.
Comic Maria Bamford sweeps her biographical story of mental illness into an absurdist, quick-fire comedy show that feels like a revelation.
Go watch Meegan & Andre's drama-filled saga, every sketch of Obama's Anger Translator, and 176 skits previously unreleased online on the show's new digital site.
No guests, no ads, no themes, no gimmicks—how could this not succeed?
The Todd Margaret and Arrested Development actor told us about severed fingers and shouting "transvestite" at a classmate.
Scott Dikkers's new book, Trump's America: The Complete Loser's Guide, is looking more and more like a necessity.
We talked to the comedy trio about the inspiration for the mockumentary, Justin Bieber, and whether Taylor Swift would get away with murder.
We spoke to actress Rachel Wiesz about her starring role in Yorgos Lanthimos's sci-fi comedy thriller that exposes the absurdities of modern relationships.
In 2005, cabaret performer Iestyn Edwards auditioned for what he thought would be a good gig singing for officers in London. Instead, he ended up taking his drag ballerina act to Camp Bastion.
We caught up with the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt rising star and celebrity wine seller to talk about pinot, politics, and Lemonade.
We met the famous surgeon-turned-satirist and subject of the new documentary Tickling Giants.
The State was a short-lived, cult TV show in the 90s that laid the groundwork for nearly 30 years of comedy gold from a crew of 11 comedians, known today for Reno 911! and Wet Hot American Summer.
Does this make me a bad person, a secret racist, or something even worse?
Only survivors of abuse are allowed on stage at Rape Is Real and Everywhere, a show touring Canada starting May 15.
@Seinfeld2000 spoke to actor John O'Hurley and the real J. Peterman about Seinfeld and their Kickstarter plans to bring Elaine's infamous "urban sombrero" to life.
Her career is an inspiration for pretty much any woman in show business, so it's extra frustrating that she keeps making shitty jokes about Asians.
In the dark comedy TV series Flowers, Barratt plays a suicidal children's book author who's trying to find his way back to the surface.
FLOPHOUSE creator Lance Bangs takes us behind the scenes of the season finale of VICELAND's stand-up comedy TV series.
We treat ourselves to the gourmet indulgences of Paris on F*CK, THAT'S DELICIOUS, and head back to LA for an hour-long comedy special on FLOPHOUSE.
The new time-hopping mini-series by Broad City's Ilana Glazer and Paul Downs follows in a long tradition of stoner comedy.