"I haven't filmed as much with the ladies, so they create this bond and I'm kind of odd man out so it's easy to become the target."
It's like the beloved B613 agent all over again, except a little more sensitive and sweet and actually one of the good guys from the very start.
"We're still keeping the same vision of the show. We still have really diverse comics on, great conversations with different celebs."
Peña revealed to Newsweek the challenges of playing Kiki Camarena—the DEA agent who was assassinated by the Guadalajara cartel in 1985.
Broderick will have a recurring role on the ABC show.
Will the "Coven" witches finally arrive at Outpost 3?
She'd make President Donald Trump "figure out narcissism is her least favorite sin."
"That's what the drug game does."
Sanders engaged in an odd conversation about health care with Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr., the same Cohen character who pranked Sarah Palin.
Ford suffered from a fractured skull, bleeding on the brain and bodily abrasions.
"They say, 'Write about what you know,' and [Brock Akil] knows the journey of climbing the ladder in Hollywood, especially as a black woman starting in the '90s."
Breakout actress Michelle Weaver and Will Catlett star as the series' leads.
Barr said she was going to leave Twitter after receiving criticism for her racist rant toward Valerie Jarrett on Tuesday, but it seems the comedian is still actively tweeting.
"Everybody needs to have that one person who will support them no matter what, no matter how crazy of an idea."
The actor plays the role of a single black father living on Chicago's South Side.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson's new variety series isn't afraid to 'push buttons' on race and society.
The argument between #TeamIssa and #TeamLawrence will come full circle during "Insecure's" season two finale Sunday.
In a candid interview, Ellis said the HBO series "totally bumps that whole black can't travel stigma."