Netflix’s ‘Huge in France’ is yet another autobiographical sitcom about a difficult jerk

April 15, 2019

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: a narcissistic middle-aged comedian comes to a philosophical forking in the road. His job is on the skids. The booze and the women don’t make him happy anymore. The household he has alienated is moving to eventually push him out of their lives for good. But, damn it, he just can’t stop being his dickish, egotistical self. Flaked, Louie, Californication, Curb Your…


12 underrated Netflix comedy specials to watch tonight

April 11, 2019

Netflix has been pumping out standup specials from some big names, with large-hearted price tag attached. But there are plenty of specials that deserve some desire and attention that you might have overlooked. Here are some of the underrated Netflix comedy specials that you should watch now. 12 funny Netflix comedy specials you haven’t seen yet 1) Maria Bamford: Netflix —Watts’ standup is typically persona existential investigate, duty beat-making, but…


‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Actor Bob Einstein Dies

January 18, 2019

Bob Einstein, who played Marty Funkhouser on HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm, ” Einstein’s brother, the writer and performer Albert Brooks, supported the death, tweeting, “R.I.P. My dear friend Bob Einstein. A great friend, parent and husband. A brilliantly funny guy. You will be missed forever.” Although Super Dave was generally viewed as a charade of stuntman Evel Knievel, Einstein’s inspiration was actually “every asshole who worked on a movie or…


The Best TV Shows To Binge Watch With Your SO Betches

November 15, 2018

“Netflix and Chill” has become such a popular concept for a reason. But to be honest with you all, my boyfriend and I don’t typically watch TV shows together. Of course, this is mostly because we always get distracted during them (if you know what I mean) and then have to make time to rewatch the episode later. But having shows to binge watch with your SO sounds like a…


Buckner and Burns blunder their way into inglorious sporting immortality | Andy Bull

October 22, 2018

Thirty years after his wrongdoing in the 1986 World Series, people still talk of pulling a Buckner. Might Doing a Freddie travel the same direction? It was the one last wafer-thin witticism that shaped Bill Buckner snap. On 4 July 1993 he was signing autograph in a parking lot outside McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket, and when a boy passed him a ball to sign a human extending behind them said:”…


Mary Steenburgen: ‘We have ugly words for successful female actors’

October 18, 2018

The star on industry prejudice, female friendship and why ageing is so appealing The Help (2011) as much as she is for her early Oscar (for Melvin and Howard, in 1980). Despite her friendship with Hillary Clinton and her longstanding support for civil rights (she once said of Arkansas: Growing up someplace like that, you either become committed toward bigotry or against it. You cant really sit on the fence),…


Emmys 2018: our predictions – who will win and who should win

September 24, 2018

An ultra-competitive year brings Game of Thrones back into the conversation but can it reign supreme against The Handmaids Tale? Outstanding drama series After last years absence, Emmys stalwart Game of Thrones returns to an outstanding drama series category thats more competitive than when it last won the award in 2016. Now, HBOs sprawling, big-budget fantasia, leading all shows with 22 nominations, will have to fend off The Handmaids Tale,…


Emmys 2018: The Winners List – Perez Hilton

September 20, 2018

So many fab wins! The < strong> 2018 Emmys were full of achievers for some of TV’s biggest aces! Ch-ch-check out the full winners roster( below )! Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Kenan Thompson( Saturday Night Live) Brian Tyree Henry( Atlanta) Louie Anderson( Baskets) Alec Baldwin( Saturday Night Live) Henry Winkler( Barry ) Tituss Burgess( Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) Tony Shalhoub( The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) Outstanding Supporting Actress in…