Martin Short

Martin Short: The happiest man in Hollywood

In his new book, Martin Short details his journey from Hamilton to comedy icon. He’s so normal.

The Interview: Martin Short on joy, death, and comedy

The Canadian comedian explains why SCTV has endured and why memoir-writing was easier than the idea of writing it

Canadian Screen Awards spread the wealth—among Quebec talent

‘Enemy’ and ‘Gabrielle’ dominate the film prizes; ‘Orphan Black,’ ‘Call Me Fitz’ and ‘Jack’ win TV trophies

Martin Short on CanCon, comedy and the CSAs

After a show-stealing performance at the inaugural Canadian Screen Awards, Martin Short is returning as host for this year’s gala

Being Canadian: Doc asks A-list comics, regular citizens about national identity

‘Late at night, if I get on a subway car and there are some Canadians on…I get off’

Rebelle (War Witch) sweeps Canadian Screen Awards

The complete list of winners at the inaugural awards

Kenny Hotz has a new job and he doesn’t care if he gets fired

A chat about his new radio show and, of course, Spenny


Newsmakers: June 1-7, 2012

Kathie Lee makes viewers cringe, François Hollande caps CEO pay, and a bad week for the Biebs


Weekend Flop Viewing: THE ASSOCIATES

This show ran on ABC in the 1979-80 season. It was created by the same team that did Taxi: James L. Brooks and his gang had been hired away from MTM by Paramount, which gave them immense freedom and large budgets (by sitcom standards). Taxi won four straight Emmy awards for best comedy and was a hit, at least at first; this show didn’t even last a full season.