Hot sapphic takes.
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Hot sapphic takes.
"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.
IFC has released the first trailer for Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's new miniseries, "The Spoils of Babylon," and it looks completely bonkers.
From Anna Kendrick to Adam Scott, and all the other "Comedy Bang! Bang!" season two guest stars so far.
"I remember him sitting there in silence for 10 minutes and then saying, 'This is incredible.'”
Scott Aukerman of the Comedy Bang! Bang! TV show and podcast is back to answer your questions in a second UPROXX Live Q&A.
Jessica Alba, Val Kilmer, and others have been added to the cast of Will Ferrell's new IFC show, "The Spoils of Babylon."
IFC continues to be TV's real comedy central, and the rest of the Morning Links.
IFC has greenlit two new comedies, a sketch show produced by Bob Odenkirk and Ben Stiller, and an insane sounding comedy from Will Ferrell and Adam McKay.
A list of things that are going on in R. Kelly's latest installment of the "Trapped in the Closet" series, including a Broadway musical.
ATTENTION: IFC has put the newest chapter of R. Kelly's rap opera 'Trapped in the Closet' online, and it is predictably insane.
Well, we know what we're giving thanks for this Turkey Day.
Paul Rudd and Reggie Watts perform an impromptu love song on 'Comedy Bang! Bang!' Paul Rudd really is the best.
You may have noticed we're fans of Comedy Bang! Bang! the podcast, and it behooves us to inform you the TV show premieres on IFC at 10/9 Central tonight.
Fresh off our fun chat with Comedy Bang! Bang!'s Scott Aukerman IFC has released this new musical clip from the show (premiering June 8th!) featuring guest Michael Cera (directly from a house fire that spared everything but his hair, I presume) and Reggie Watts improv-ing a duet about two of the most truly wonderful things life has to offer: friendship and pie.
I don't know how I missed talk of IFC's new comedy, "Bullet in the Face," and I'm disappointed to learn about it only because the controversy surrounding the subject material has resulted in the show -- which is being described as the most violent comedy in television history -- being turned into a two-night event instead of a weekly one.
Today we welcome Scott Aukerman of the Comedy Bang.
IFC announced earlier this year that they'd be airing a "Comedy Bang.
Full disclosure: As I have stated a number of times, I am a fan of the Comedy Bang Bang podcast, and I am very much looking forward to the Comedy Bang Bang television show that is coming to IFC next month.