It's past time to start casting LGBTQ actors as straight and cisgender characters.
In search of a good laugh? Hulu's movie library is here to help.
Tyler Fischer joined Ben Domenech to talk about how comedy has changed over the years and during the pandemic, and to pay tribute to Norm Macdonald.
The broadcast sitcom is more than just a casualty of the streaming wars. Its death is a sign of a fragmented society
Lapu-Lapu looks to have found not only their footing but the right pieces to make a run at the PCAP-San Miguel Corporation-Ayala Land Premier Cup championship.
The advent of coronavirus booster shots could rake in billions of dollars in profits for companies like Pfizer and Moderna, according to the Associated Press.
HBO Max isn't kidding around when it comes to comedy. The streaming service, which comes with multiple subscription tiers, features a load of excellent movies and TV shows that were previously difficult to stream elsewhere. They come in all sorts of genres — and, luckily, among them is a notably stacked-up selection of TV comedies.
Lauren Ash had a head start on voicing the role of Diane Dunbrowski on “Chicago Party Aunt,” a new adult animated comedy series on Netflix.
The Senate parliamentarian made one thing clear in a Sunday ruling against including immigration in the budget reconciliation bill: She is here to stack the deck for Republicans. Republican policies that have relatively small budgetary impacts and outsized impacts can stay in reconciliation bills, according to Elizabeth MacDonough. Democratic policies, not so much.
Apple TV+ hit "Ted Lasso" has taken four Emmy Awards, and its best comedy series win is a first for a streaming service.Jason SudeikisFollowing its previous 4 Creative Emmy wins, and "Ted Lasso" has won 4 of its record-breaking 20 nominations at the 73rd Television Academy Emmy Awards. They included Outstanding Comedy Series, which is a first for a show on any streaming service in only its second year of award eligibility. Read more
Face swap apps may not be everyone's choice of amusement, but the photos they generate can sure elicit a reaction, including a laugh or a cringe.
The following contains spoilers for season two, episode five of 'Star Trek: Lower Decks.'