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Netflix Orders a Series from Parks and Rec Writer Alan Yang

Looks like Aziz Ansari is teaming up with Parks and Recreation writer Alan Yang for a half-hour Netflix comedy series. The streaming company is rumored to have ordered ten episodes of the series, which will be filmed in New Work. 52 more words

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Untitled Aziz Ansari Project Coming to Netflix

Aziz Ansari is the newest celebrity to jump on the Netflix bandwagon. It’s reported that the Flix has ordered 10 straight-to-series episodes of a currently undisclosed project being produced by his Parks and Rec cohorts Mike Shur and Alan Yang. 64 more words

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Eric Of Tim & Eric Directed Charli XCX's New Internet-Mocking Music Video

By Top 40 pop star standards, Charli XCX isn’t afraid to make absurd, potentially polarizing creative choices, like hiring the absurd, potentially polarizing Eric Wareheim to direct her “Famous” music video. 59 more words


Charli XCX unveils music video for new single "Famous"

Charli XCX has unveiled the music video for her new single online.

The British singer/songwriter posted the Eric Wareheim-directed clip for “Famous” to her official YouTube channel on Monday (March 23, 2015). 128 more words


From 'Bagboy' to "Too Many Cooks," Twisted Sitcom Parodies Are Becoming Adult Swim's Sweet Spot

A few months ago, Adult Swim aired “Too Many Cooks,” a brilliant, searing, and absolutely hilarious send-up of sitcoms, and particularly the family-friendly ABC TGIF staples of the ’90s. 1,181 more words


Comedy Biz Hungers for Meat at Beefsteak 4

Saturday’s fourth edition of the modern bacchanal known as Beefsteak brought together comedy heavy-hitters with meat — lots of meat — at Vibiana in Downtown L.A. 317 more words


Wrong Cops Is Bluntly Bohemian

The psychotically lovable cops from the movie Wrong are the star of Quentin Dupieux’s dopey comedic  2013 release, Wrong Cops. Where as the movie Wrong has a sort of serene and steady weirdness to it, the comedic scope of Wrong Cops ranges from dry avant-garde, to a vivid surrealness that has it’s own rhythm. 231 more words

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