Former Colleagues Give Insight On Stephen Colbert’s Rise To The TopAfter graduating from Northwestern University in 1986, Stephen Colbert soon joined Chicago’s Second City Comedy Troupe at the encouragement of his former college roommate and friend Anne Libera, who is now Second City's director of comedy studies.
Trump Announcement A Boon To Late-Night ComicsHe doesn't need the money, but if Donald Trump's presidential campaign falters, late-night comics would surely pass the hat to keep it going.
Is 'Broad City' the 'I Love Lucy' for Millennials?Lucy and Ethel revolutionized friendship for a whole group of women on the verge of a societal change, and now Abbi and Ilana are doing the same thing on their Comedy Central show 'Broad City.'
Comedy Central To Roast Justin BieberComedy Central says Justin Bieber will be the victim of its next roast.
Making Fun Of The Fins Goes NationalPoking fun at the Miami Dolphin’s bullying drama, involving teammates Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito, has made the NFL franchise a bigger laughingstock than the other two Florida NFL teams that are in last place.
Stewart, O'Reilly Add Humor To The ElectionsA high-stakes political debate took place in Washington on Sunday, but this debate included some props that even the presidential candidates might want at their own events.
Viacom, DirecTV End Fight, Restore Missing ChannelsIf you are a DirecTV subscriber and were thinking about switching to one of South Florida's cable companies over the loss of almost 20 channels programmed by Viacom, stand down. The programmer and the satellite service have reached a deal, and channels like Comedy Central and MTV are back on the bird.
Dispute Between Viacom, DirecTV Leaves Customers In The DarkA dispute between Viacom and DirecTV has left 20 million DirecTV subscribers without 16 channels. Find out when customers can expect their programs to return.