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Alia Shawkat Buries a Body in the Season Two Trailer for 'Search Party'

Michael Showalter's mystery-comedy series about a gang of hip amateur detectives returns to TBS November 19.
VICE Staff
Garage Magazine

You Will Love Zoe Kazan in 'The Big Sick'

Our cover star talks to GARAGE about playing Kumail Nanjiani's romantic interest in this deeply touching (and very funny) film.
Thessaly La Force
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The 'Wet Hot American Summer' Gang Has Finally Blossomed

Netflix's 'Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later' is bringing all your favorite Camp Firewood counselors back for a reunion.
VICE Staff

How Michael Showalter Brought Optimism to 'Search Party'

We spoke with Michael Showalter about Search Party, writing spooky shit, and relating to millennials.
Emily Yoshida

'Search Party' Provides an Intriguing, Binge-Worthy Mystery

TBS's millennial-centric mystery-comedy proves the network is searching for a newer audience.
Pilot Viruet

How 'The State' Made Comedy Weirder and Better

'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.'
Patrick Lyons
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Ten Years Ago, Comedy Central Took a Chance on Stella, the Dryhumping, Dildo-Sucking Comedy Trio

The Michael Ian Black/Michael Showalter/David Wain nontraditional sitcom only got one season. But maybe it was too absurd to last.
Dan Ozzi

'Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp' Is Older, Weirder, and Just as Good as the Original

Turns out a bunch of 40-something actors playing teenagers is even funnier than a bunch of 30-something actors playing teenagers.
Rebecca Bates