‘Black Monday,’ ‘Work in Progress’ Canceled at Showtime
Showtime has canceled its comedies Black Monday and Work in Progress. Work in Progress showrunner Lilly Wachowski noted that show’s end Thursday on Twitter, writing that “Over the Thanksgiving holiday, I got the extremely disappointing news from the execs at Showtime that Work in Progress was not going to be picked up for a third […]
‘Black Monday’ Star Regina Hall Inks First-Look Deal at Showtime
'Black Monday' star Regina Hall has signed a first-look deal at Showtime, where she'll develop projects for the premium outlet.
‘Black Monday’ Renewed for Season 3 at Showtime
'Black Monday' Renewed for Season 3 at Showtime
Emmys: Breaking Down the Odds for Best Actor in a Comedy Series
A clear frontrunner has yet to emerge among these hopefuls for leading man in a comedy series.
Showtime’s ‘Billions,’ ‘Black Monday’ Shorten Runs Due to Coronavirus
The runs of Showtime's 'Billions' and 'Black Monday' will be abbreviated due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Hollywood Reporter’s Full, Uncensored Comedy Actor Roundtable With Jim Carrey, Henry Winkler and More
The Comedy Actor Roundtable brings together Jim Carrey, Henry Winkler, Ted Danson, Don Cheadle, Sacha Baron Cohen and Timothy Simons. THR Roundtables air every Sunday on SundanceTV.
Don Cheadle on ‘Black Monday’ Character: “You Are Bringing Yourself to These Roles”
Don Cheadle joined Sacha Baron Cohen, Jim Carrey, Henry Winkler, Ted Danson and Timothy Simons for the full Comedy Actor Roundtable, set to air June 30 on SundanceTV.
Watch Hollywood Reporter’s Full, Uncensored Comedy Actress Roundtable With Tiffany Haddish, Regina Hall, Natasha Lyonne and More
The Comedy Actress Roundtable brings together Tiffany Haddish, Regina Hall, Natasha Lyonne, Alex Borstein, Jane Fonda, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Maya Rudolph. THR Roundtables air every Sunday on SundanceTV.
“I Get Angry at Myself When I Play It Safe”: Jim Carrey, Sacha Baron Cohen and The Hollywood Reporter Comedy Actor Roundtable
Jim Carrey, Henry Winkler, Ted Danson, Don Cheadle, Sacha Baron Cohen and Timothy Simons open up about why comedy should be dangerous, Hollywood’s former drug culture and moving on from indelible roles in The Hollywood Reporter's Comedy Actor Roundtable.
Produced By: Showtime Exec Reveals ‘Black Monday’ Originally Starred Two White Men
Speaking at the TV: Meet the Buyers panel at the 2019 Produced By conference, sponsored by The Hollywood Reporter, Showtime scripted programming executive vp Amy Israel revealed that the series 'Black Monday' originally was written with two white men as the stars, rather than headliners Don Cheadle, Andrew Rannells and Regina Hall.
On the Set of ‘Black Monday’ as Don Cheadle and Cast Stage a Zany Wedding
The Hollywood Reporter goes inside the penultimate episode of Showtime's Wall Street period comedy 'Black Comedy.'
‘Black Monday’ Star Regina Hall on the Show’s Whitney Houston Joke She Refused to Say
'Black Monday' star Regina Hall joined the Comedy Actress Roundtable to discuss the Whitney Houston joke she refused to say on 'Black Monday,' what she loves about her character and more.