They really fooled us!
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Nick Kroll will appear on tomorrow night's season premiere of 'Comedy Bang! Bang!' in character as Fabrice Fabrice from 'Kroll Show.'
Aw, man, don't force me to choose between Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Keaton.
'Portlandia' has a premiere date for its fifth season, as well as a new trailer packed with famous celebrity faces.
Most of the good stuff is the classic stuff, tonight.
Sneak Peak Of Upcoming 'Comedy Bang! Bang!' And 'The Birthday Boys' At New York Comic-Con 2014
Over two years since the last episode, IFC announced "The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret" will be returning.
Jerry Seinfeld thinks this current show is one of the greatest comedies of all-time. You can trust him: he created "Seinfeld."
The times 'WTF with Marc Maron' got the most deep.
Garfunkel & Oates recreate the classic Hot Sundae music video from "Saved by the Bell."
The best (and worst) of what's on TV tonight, including the series premiere of "Garfunkel and Oates" on IFC.
If you're under 17 and looking to see 'Boyhood' without your parents, the IFC Center in New York is the place to go.
Season 2 "will take viewers into the seedy underbelly of the 1950s jazz scene, in a detective story positively buzzing with erotic charge." OKAY!
Don't bother asking Alison Brie about "Mad Men" — she's way behind.
To recap: CM Punk abruptly left WWE back in January and hasn't appeared for the company since, despite still being under contract.
Are you excited for Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci's new IFC series? Before it premieres, you can catch the opening credits!
Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme and Nick Swardson play a pair of 'disappointing gays' on 'Portlandia' this week.
Patton Oswalt and Uproxx Video introduce the "Indie-Izer," a device that makes indie versions of Hollywood Blockbusters, just in time for the Independent Spirit Awards.
"That was ... wonderful." You said it, Tobey Maguire.
IFC has released a second, star-studded trailer for its fake epic miniseries, "The Spoils of Babylon," from Will Ferrell and Adam McKay.