Amy Serna is a journalism major at Sacramento State University. She loves comedy and she loves to write.
Patton Oswalt’s new comedy album delivers strippers, sweatpants, and spam.
Tommy Ryman has found new meaning to the phrase bath time
Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop delivers raw behind the scenes with America’s favorite red head.
Take a look at Andy Samberg‘s resume and these are the few interesting jobs that might show up; Saturday Night Live cast member, star of Hot Rod, member of the Lonely Island, and now…“chief shark officer”?
If you can’t get enough of comedienne Melissa Peterman or have yet to discover her humor, then look no further
According to Deadline Hollywood, 30 Rock star / creator Tina Fey, along with Bob Greenblatt, the first openly gay chairman for a broadcast network at the time, have responded to Tracy Morgan’s homophobic remarks that he made during a stand up show
If you haven’t even made it out to the big screens to watch “The Hangover:Part II” then you are already behind the times.
Comedian and writer, Chris Hardwick has found a way to bridge BBC America and Nerdist Industries together to form the ultimate comedy deal.
Is blue collar comedian, Bill Engvall really hosting a new version of the mystery-word game show, LINGO? You bet! He now joins the GSN growing list of comedians that include, Drew Carey, Jerry Springer, Sherri Shepherd, and Norm MacDonald.
Comedian Doug Mellard thoughts on Justin Bieber and ADD
Ever since comedian Dan Levy won the “Funniest College Comedian Award” as a sophomore he has been loving life in the spotlight. Fast forward to ten years later, now at the age of 30, he just won the “Young Hollywood Award for Best Comedian.”
Daniel Tosh came into his first episode of the season with a bang…or should I say punch?
Jimmy Fallon and Jon Hamm are the perfect partners in crime. The two actors have brought the cartoon of The Ambiguously Gay Duo to live action on Saturday Night Live this weekend.
Comedians might take over the 38th Daytime Emmy Awards this year after the nominations were loaded with some of the biggest names in comedy.