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Brad Garrett Boards Showtime’s ‘I’m Dying Up Here’

The 'Everybody Loves Raymond' alum will have a season-long guest arc in the drama's sophomore run.

On the Set of ‘I’m Dying Up Here’ as It Transports Cast and Crew Back to the 1970s

"Our show has an interesting quirk to it in that it's about fun comedy in the '70s, but it's also about the underbelly of this world," says star Melissa Leo. "So sometimes it's this uproarious, crazy set, and then there's other times when it's intensely serious, quiet filmmaking — we've had it all."

‘I’m Dying Up Here’ Renewed for Season 2 at Showtime

The little-watched Jim Carrey-produced drama is part of a larger package deal that involves another show, sources say.

Judd Apatow Praises Jim Carrey’s Comedic Genius: “He’s the Best”

The longtime friends recalled their first encounters in Hollywood comedy clubs while appearing at the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal.

Jim Carrey’s Influence Looms Large on Showtime’s ‘I’m Dying Up Here’

"He was integral to making the show because he lived that time and he tells the stories of that time," star Erik Griffin says of the comedy veteran, who serves as an exec producer on the series.

Jim Carrey and ‘I’m Dying Up Here’ Cast Celebrate the Golden Age of Stand-Up Comedy

"I wanted people to see the comedy world as it was and the extraordinary experience I was lucky enough to have," Jim Carrey, who serves as an exec producer, says of the Showtime original.

Hollywood Flashback: When the Comedy Store Helped Put L.A. on the Map

Showtime's 'I'm Dying Up Here' is a loosely fictionalized drama based on the 1970s stand-up scene, dominated by the likes of Jay Leno, Robin Williams and more, who were drawn to The Comedy Store, hoping for a slot on Johnny Carson's 'Tonight Show.'

‘I’m Dying Up Here’: TV Review

'I'm Dying Up Here,' Showtime's look at the Los Angeles comedy scene in the 1970s, has a strong ensemble (featuring Melissa Leo, Ari Graynor and Jake Lacy), lots of potential and at least one awful early episode.

This Week in TV Trailers: ‘Master of None,’ Jim Carrey’s ‘I’m Dying Up Here,’ Niecy Nash in ‘Claws’ and More

A Peak TV guide to the upcoming new and returning series as well as episodes that shouldn't be missed.