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‘The Boss Baby: Family Business’: Film Review

Alec Baldwin again provides the voice of the title character in this sequel to the 2017 animated comedy directed by Tom McGrath.

“We Are Hilarious and Filthy and Complicated and Interesting”: Tiffany Haddish, Elle Fanning and The Hollywood Reporter Comedy Actress Roundtable

Tiffany Haddish, Elle Fanning, Jane Levy, Jameela Jamil, Robin Thede and Amy Sedaris also get (very) candid about the shocking roles they've passed on ("I don't want to just be someone's fuck toy")…

‘BoJack Horseman’ Season 5: TV Review

Netflix's 'BoJack Horseman,' a dark comedy about a manic-depressive equine thespian, continues to be TV's best animated series, full of narrative experimentation, cultural commentary and colorful…

‘At Home With Amy Sedaris’ Renewed at TruTV

The variety sketch series will return for a second 10-episode run.

‘At Home With Amy Sedaris’ Is a Comedy, But It’s No Joke to Its Star and Creator

The comedian's passion for all things hospitality is very real, even if the characters on her kooky truTV home entertaining series aren't.

Amy Sedaris to Star in TruTV Scripted Comedy Series

The untitled project has scored a 10-episode straight-to-series pickup.

Will Forte, Ellen Page Join ‘My Life as a Zucchini’ English Language Voice Cast

Nick Offerman and Amy Sedaris also sign on to the project.

Fox’s ‘Deadpool’ Wins Big at Key Art Awards

Comedian, author and actress Amy Sedaris hosted the 45th Annual Clio Key Art Awards honoring the best entertainment marketing teams in the industry.

Amy Sedaris on Hosting the Clio Key Art Awards: “Maybe I’ll Get a Shingles Ad Out of It” (Q&A)

The comedian-actress talks with THR about how she prepared for the gig ("I already talked to a speech therapist"), whether she's planning any political jokes for the annual show, taking place…

Amy Sedaris Signs With UTA (Exclusive)

The 'BoJack Horseman' star was previously with Paradigm.

CBS’ Leslie Moonves Reveals Surprising Side of David Letterman: He’s “Extraordinarily Sensitive”

Amy Sedaris and Regis Philbin also share their favorite stories about the longtime late-night host, who signs off from his CBS show May 20.

Goodbye to All That: Tribeca Review

Paul Schneider plays a man reeling from an unexpected divorce in the directorial debut of "Junebug" scribe Angus MacLachlan.