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Comic John Oliver Takes Pence Down the Rabbit Hole With a Bunny Book Parody

Sunday’s episode of Last Week Tonight with comedian John Oliver took the Veep to the woodshed and didn’t turn him loose until he’d been properly (albeit...

Schitt’s Gets Real: Behind the Scenes with Multitalented TV Star Daniel Levy

Schitt’s Creek mastermind Daniel Levy talks hilariously redefining our cultural perception of pansexuality. From its first episode — which saw the supremely rich Rose family...

Apologies from Men: The Concert

Apologies from Men: The Concert is a hilarious + powerful show put together by comedian, composer & filmmaker Lauren Maul. She has taken the words of recent, infamous male...

Hello, Daddy!

We’ve finally found the cure for heterosexuals! It’s hidden in the closeted misadventures of Sam’s past. Built off a decade of journal entries, comedian Sam Morrison...

John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous

The former Saturday Night Live writer and co-star of Broadway’s 2017 hit comedy Oh, Hello!, will make a triumphant homecoming when he brings his new critically acclaimed...

Stand-Up Comic Bill Hicks Was Made for Stardom, and Then . . .

Kevin avidly follows the career of a comic that he’s sure will leave his mark on the world of comedy — until he’s unexpectedly derailed on his path to stardom. Since I’ve...

He’s Making a List . . . of the Best Gay Yuletide Movies Ever

What to do while those yuletide treats are in the oven and you’re stringing popcorn together? Try a few not-so-well known gay holiday movies....

LGBT Comics and Writers Are Court Jesters In Kweendom

Yes Gawd! Comic charmer Bobby Hankinson brings his uniquely catty observations and high energy hijinks to this consistently clever and current comedy storytelling show featuring...

Big-City Stand-Up with Gold, Hoffman, Sarfaty, Booster!

An Out Professionals Special! Emcee Eddie Sarfaty Welcomes HBO’s Judy Gold, Broadway’s Jackie Hoffman and Comedy Central’s Joel Kim Booster. On Wednesday,...

Episodes Gives Matt LeBlanc and Cast Their Curtain Call

As their acclaimed series nears its grand finale, David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik discuss their decades creating TV and building a life together. David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik...

Building Character: How A Drag Queen Finds Her Persona

Provincetown, Massachussetts is a magical little spot that blossoms every year like the fictitious Scottish village of Brigadoon that only appears once a cenutry for 24 hours....

Jerry Seinfeld’s The Homestand Live at the Beacon Theatre

Two New York institutions unite as funnyman Jerry Seinfeld resumes his monthly residency at The Beacon Theatre on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Following last year’s sold-out...