Jenna Marotta


Thanks to 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,' Tituss Burgess Is Breaking Through

We caught up with the 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' rising star and celebrity wine seller to talk about pinot, politics, and 'Lemonade.'


Hillary Clinton's 'Broad City' Appearance Appealed to 18–34-Year-Olds

The presidential candidate's appearance featured an inflatable Sky Dancer, winking, and a whole lot of yas.


The 2016 Golden Globes Were Drunk and Awkward as Hell

A dumpster fire lighted by Ricky Gervais, basically.


These Were the Best Late-Night TV Moments of 2015

From sit-downs with Joe Biden and Edward Snowden to a panel on black fatherhood and Letterman's sign-off, here are the ten most memorable moments from late-night TV this year.


The Long Love Affair Between 'Saturday Night Live' and Politics

From Giuliani's post-9/11 appearance to McCain's non-use of sex puns, 'SNL' and politics go hand in hand.


Trevor Noah Is America's New Political Stepdad

'The Daily Show' ushered in the post-Jon Stewart era last night with Trevor Noah, papal penis jokes, and who will get to go to Mars.


A Bioethicist Explains All the Important Lessons We Can Learn from 'The Golden Girls'

Who would've thought that you could learn so much about life's Tough Questions from an 80s sitcom about four older women?


Stephen Colbert's Transition into the 'Real' Stephen Colbert Has Begun

The new host of "The Late Show" introduced himself to America last night to high ratings, but his inaugural episode as David Letterman's replacement was a mixed bag.


Amy Schumer Keeps Pushing Comedy Boundaries with 'Trainwreck'

Four years ago, the Inside Amy Schumer star was someone Seth McFarlane could semi-convincingly say was unknown. Not any more.