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Will there ever be another comedy like Seinfeld?

Can John Mulaney’s comedy save the studio-audience sitcom? Can anyone?

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


Started from the bottom, now he’s here: Drake wins SNL

The six buzziest talking points from the weekend and beyond

Hulu takes aim at Netflix, leaving Canadians sidelined

But we can’t legally access the service

Saturday Night Live’s latest hire should not be news. And yet …

Should a TV show be urged to take on certain performers because of a diversity-first mandate?


Prince William plays doctor, Alanis Morissette goes to Broadway and Bailey the bison takes a ride


Review: We Killed: The Rise of Women in American Comedy

Some questions are inherently annoying: are we there yet? Is that seat taken? Are women funny? But is it better to ignore or engage with the children/moviegoers/magazine columnists who ask them? Marie Claire’s Kohen could not resist the urge to take on that last one, infamously explored by Christopher Hitchens in a 2007 Vanity Fair essay. Or rather, Kohen lets the women (and their male colleagues) answer.


REVIEW: Starting from happy

Book by Patricia Marx


He’s not just the token black guy

Wyatt Cenac of ‘The Daily Show’ is helping to kill off pigeonholing


Jonah Hill, almost a grown-up

Who knew there was a mature actor behind Judd Apatow’s walking fat joke?


Kristen Wiig is seriously annoying

Can’t the new female star of ‘Saturday Night Live’ come up with a likeable character or two?