AmericasComedy recently sat down with the creator of “Sex with Nerds,” a hilarious album by comedian Erikka Innes.
Late night TV fans lucked out Wednesday when legendary comedian and sitcom star Jerry Seinfeld performed on the Late Show with David Letterman. Jerry was the first guest introduced, and was heralded by Letterman as one of the best comedians of all time
If you thought the internet was a safe place to say whatever crept into your mind no matter how provocative, think again. That is if you are a celebrity anyways. What happens online could play a huge role in the likeable factor.
Baldwin, a firm anti-death penalty believer, wrote a response to those people who believe that the death penalty is an effective form of punishment, even if there is room for error in the justice system.
In an interview with Today Show’s Ann Curry, Cummings explains the show as “that awkward time in a woman’s life when you’re not single, but you’re not yet married.”
Comedian Eric Golub made some questionable remarks about special needs people right in front of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin
CBS has snatched itself a pretty sweet deal for the upcoming comedy season.
Comedian Andrew Dice Clay came out yesterday and said that he thinks he inspired Lady Gaga to perform as Jo Calderone, her new male alter ego, at the VMA’s.
Mike E. Winfield makes it look easy. A YouTube video gone viral and key role in the hit network sitcom, The Office all in the same week.
It’s comedians interviewing comedians! Comedian Steve Carell and David Steinberg will produce a new show that interviews well known comics and legends.
On Saturday night, August 6th, Michael Ian Black’s stand-up special will make a premiere on Comedy Central.
The estate of the late comedian Richard Jeni will release a new DVD of never before seen footage on Tuesday, August 9th.
A documentary on the witty Wood Allen will appear on PBS on November 20 and 21. Finally, we will be able to peak into the nerdy yet lovable man’s life.
Comedian Rob Riggle has inked a deal to start a new show with HBO.
Louis C.K. returned to the David Letterman show, providing the audience with a hilarious set of stand-up comedy.