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We like "Brooklyn Nine-Nine": It's funny, it's endearing, and it already boasts one of the tightest comedy ensembles on TV.
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Scandal shot a bullet through our hearts tonight, while Reign broke revealed which of our favorite ladies is pregnant with Francis' royal baby.
There were a ton of series callbacks in "New Slogan," which ultimately paired up nicely with the fact that the crux of the episode dealt with Leslie having to decide whether or not move onwards and upwards with her career - leaving Pawnee behind for a national Parks position based in Chicago.
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This was supposed to be the year that popular stars Michael J. Fox , Sean Hayes and Robin Williams triumphantly returned to television and saved the sitcom.
Vice Magazine , founded in 1994 in Montreal, employs the style of immersion journalism , where writers become deeply involved with their subject to deliver accounts on their specific experiences.
Comedian Billy Eichner has garnered over 150,000 Twitter followers by yelling at unsuspecting people on the street in his popular web-turned-Fuse TV series, " Billy On The Street ."
Now in its third season, 'Billy on the Street' is more popular than ever. Billy Eichner explains why yelling at innocent New Yorkers makes us laugh so damned hard.
Young Actors' Theatre Camp Program Directors Shawn Ryan and John Ainsworth announced today that several stars of stage and screen will lead master classes this summer at the Young Actors' Theatre Camp taking place June 24 - August 11, 2014 at Camp Sempervirens in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Late night TV icon Jay Leno and comedy actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus were inducted into the TV Hall of Fame at an intimate Hollywood ceremony on Tuesday.
Coming off its enjoyable three-part "Sister" arc, New Girl came back with this week's "Fired Up," which was, to say the least, an unremarkable return for the lofties.
And it's a good thing, because that's the basic premise of "Funny or Die's Billy on the Street," which has comedian Billy Eichner run through the streets of New York, quizzing unsuspecting passersby on their knowledge of pop culture in a perpetually irritated persona.
The Mahaffey Theater recently announced a second Modern Romance show for Aziz Ansari on Sunday, March 16 for 10 p.m. All tickets are $38.