Presidential candidate Andrew Yang announced Tuesday that award-winning comedian Dave Chappelle was endorsing his campaign and is set to perform in two campaign benefit live shows.
A contestant on 'Family Feud Canada' went viral after answering "chicken" to a question about Popeye's favorite food, confusing the cartoon character with the fast-food chain.
A trip to Paris is in the cards for television's favorite family.
Season 5 was only uploaded to the streaming platform in October.
"It's funny and joyous and also your heart breaks and then you love them."
Songwriter Neil Innes, who serenaded Brave Sir Robin in "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," has died at the age of 75.
In an appearance on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,' Murphy recalled several highlights of his decades-long career, including the time his red leather 'Delirious' suit was destroyed by friend Keenan Ivory Wayans.
The comedian spoke to Newsweek ahead of the release of her new Netflix special, 'Joke Show,' to talk about the White House Correspondents' Dinner and telling jokes for everybody.
Some fans are desperately hoping for the friends to start a romantic relationship.
Mrs. Maisel is going on tour in eight new episodes.
The new stand-up comedy special arrives on Haddish's 40th birthday and first bat mitzvah on Tuesday.
Comedian Louis C.K. sparked debate over "comedy police" and cancel culture, after making a joke in Israel about preferring Auschwitz over New York City.
In this exclusive to Newsweek, comedian Mike Birbiglia discusses "The New One," the dark comedy of fatherhood with magnitude that could only fit on Broadway.
Senator Bernie Sanders was interviewed by a comedy doppelganger in a campaign video released Thursday, featuring comedian James Adomian impersonating the presidential candidate.
'SNL' is on, but you may have seen this episode already.
Newsweek chatted with a few "SNL" favorites about 45 years of the show, and—as expected—some of their responses were hilarious.
'Saturday Night Live' started off with a cold open sketch that returned to mocking President Donald Trump, this time by lampooning what might happen if a host of figures showed up at one of the president's rallies.
"Keep getting new followers today is it because my tweets are so fire? lol," Bachman wrote Thursday, noting that it was her second-ever tweet.
"In New York comedy, everything works out," the comedian told Newsweek about his attempt to break the record for most stand-up shows in one night.
The museum will be open Friday through Sunday.
"I grew up a pretty anxious and depressed kid," Wilson tells Newsweek. "When I found that I could make people laugh, that was my solution."
They're already running low on tickets.
"They've made this weird image where pansexuality is seen as morally higher than bisexuality."
NBC's long-running comedy series "Saturday Night Live" poked fun at Vice President Mike Pence and several other members of the Trump administration in its cold open last night.
Some expect the show will be canceled after just one season.
"Comedy is healing, comedy is therapy," Ross tells Newsweek. "People are now yearning for potent, unfiltered comedy."
"Billion Surprise Toys, if you're reading this, bring back papa."
IMDb gave it an 8.5 rating.
The couple met in Brooklyn and has been married for 18 years.