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Amazon Nabs SXSW’s ‘The Kids in the Hall: Comedy Punks’ Doc

Amazon Prime has picked up The Kids in the Hall: Comedy Punks, a two-part documentary series about Canadian sketch-comedy troupe The Kids in the Hall, ahead of its world premiere at SXSW. The docuseries from Blue Ant Studios promises never-before-seen archival footage from the earliest years of the troupe and interviews with members Dave Foley, […]

‘Second Act’: Film Review

Jennifer Lopez climbs the corporate ladder in the amateurish workplace comedy 'Second Act,' also starring Vanessa Hudgens, Milo Ventimiglia and Leah Remini.

Dave Foley Joins Jennifer Lopez Rom-Com ‘Second Act’ (Exclusive)

Leah Remini, Vanessa Hudgens, Milo Ventimiglia and Annaleigh Ashford are also among the cast.

ABC’s ‘Dr. Ken’ Stars Talk Diversity, Which Jokes Are Off-Limits

The cast of the new ABC sitcom discussed the latest project from comedian Ken Jeong at the PaleyFest Fall TV Preview.

Dave Foley Signs With APA (Exclusive)

The comedian-actor recurs on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and will star in and produce the upcoming CTV comedy "Spun Out."

Canada’s CTV Orders Dave Foley Comedy ‘Spun Out’ to Series

The multi-camera sitcom about a PR firm filled with people who can spin everyone’s problems, except their own, also stars Paul Campbell and Rebecca Dalton.

Dave Foley to Star in CTV Comedy Pilot ‘Spun Out’

The Canadian comic/actor will play the boss in a dysfunctional public relations firm where staff spin everyone's problems, but not their own.

Kevin Dillon’s New Comedy ‘How to Be a Gentleman’: What the Critics Are Saying

"It's painful to watch so many talented comedic actors ... suffer with this material," writes THR's Tim Goodman, while another says the pilot "has some sharp writing, good byplay between the stars and a fair number of laughs."

How to Be a Gentleman: TV Review

David Hornsby plays an etiquette columnist who is detached from modern society in the new CBS comedy.

10 TV Show Themes That (Indie) Rock

From "Shameless" and "Boardwalk Empire" to classic comedies "Get a Life" and "Kids in the Hall," indie bands have long provided the soundtrack to some of the best TV themes.

Margot Kidder, Dave Foley Signed to ‘Servitude’

Indie comedy scheduled for 2011 Canadian release.