‘Hacks’ Proves That The Comedy Generation Gap Isn’t Insurmountable

Rob McElhenney On Discovering What ‘Mythic Quest’ Is And How It Differs From ‘Always Sunny’

Justin Theroux On The Cult Of Family In ‘The Mosquito Coast,’ And Whether He’s Done With Comedies

Dave Grohl’s ‘What Drives Us’ Is A Recruitment Film For The Rock Renegade Life

Exploring The Nuanced Relationship At The Heart Of ‘We Broke Up’ With Aya Cash And William Jackson Harper

The Surprisingly Deep ‘MLB The Show 21’ Stadium Creator And The Pursuit Of Perfection

Whiskey And Roman Philosophy: Jordan Klepper On Surviving A Year In The MAGAverse

UPROXX 20: Howie Mandel Is Just Trying To Figure Out How To Get Places

A Delightful Conversation With Cristin Milioti On ‘Made For Love’ And Her ‘Very Hateful Relationship’ With Social Media/Big Tech

The UPROXX Spring TV Preview

Debating ‘The Snyder Cut’ And What It Means For The Future Of The DCU

An Interview With Mike Birbiglia About Pizza And Only Pizza

Sean Astin And Jeremy Snead On Trying To Tell The Story Of Nintendo’s Resilience

Soleil Moon Frye On Turning Pain Into Art With Her New Documentary, ‘Kid 90’

Remembering The Time A Giant Eddie Murphy Head Went On Tour Across The Country And Captivated America

Eddie Murphy’s Willingness To Share The Screen And Let The Ensemble Cast Shine Is What Makes ‘Coming 2 America’ Go

Puppet Tatis Is Here To Get You Excited About Stadium Creator In ‘MLB: The Show 21’

‘Superman & Lois’ Might Make You Believe In A Less Boring Man Of Steel