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From Jimmy Kimmel on health care to Trevor Noah on police shootings, late -night comedy is getting serious.
"Austin Powers" turns 20. We’ll take a shagalicious walk down memory lane. Groovy, baby.
Comedian and actor Sacha Baron Cohen joins us. The wild imagination behind Borat, Bruno and Ali G is back.
The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah is with us talking pointed comedy and the challenges of taking over from Jon Stewart.
Comedian David Cross—of “Arrested Development” and “Mr. Show” — on his new tour: “Making America Great Again!”
Despite the name of the tour, Donald Trump won't feature heavily in the actor, writer and producer's set. Don't expect Tobias Fünke of "Arrested Development" fame either.
Visionary director, screenwriter and legendary Monty Python member, Terry Gilliam takes us inside his hyper-creative mind.
Stephen Colbert’s big first week as host of "The Late Show." Will this zany subversive change mainstream TV?
Kirkman returns to Cambridge as a seasoned stand-up heavyweight Wednesday at The Sinclair, a hop, skip and a jump from her old comedy haunts.
Comedic actor Jason Segel gets serious and takes on author David Foster Wallace in the new film, "The End of the Tour. " He’s with us.
Who owns jokes? Seriously. In the age of social media, the lines are murky.
Dorchester-born comedian, actor, performer and writer Sue Costello jokes a lot about her work's misadventures, but she's made a living as a performer for more than 20 years. Her latest...
Comedians with Boston roots are returning this weekend for the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival. Many comedians, including Mirman, began their careers training and bombing in Boston.
After the murder of three young Muslim-Americans in Chapel Hill, we’ll open the phone lines for some serious talk with Muslim-American comedian Maz Jobrani.
Chris Pratt was teased about his early acting roles while being roasted Friday night at Harvard University, where he received the Hasty Pudding Man of the Year award by America's...
Comedian Patton Oswalt on his addiction to movie classics and his new memoir “Silver Screen Fiend.”
Maria Bamford on her comedy, mental illness, parents and pugs.
Stepping in for her directing mentor Nicholas Martin, Jessica Stone takes the helm at the Huntington Theatre Company's production of "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" from Jan. 2...
Bobcat Goldthwait's "Call Me Lucky" tells the story of the left-wing comedian, satirist and human rights activist Barry Crimmins, who also happened to give Goldthwait his start.