BARRY: Emmy award winner Henry Winkler on Season 3 on the dark HBO comedy series – Exclusive interview

Henry Winkler in BARRY - Season 3 | ©2022 HBO

BARRY, HBO’s dark comedy about a hitman who wants to be an actor, returns for its third season on Sunday, April 24. Bill Hader, who co-created BARRY with Alec Berg, stars as the title character. Hader has won two Emmys so far for his portrayal. Barry has been taking classes from acting teacher Gene Cousineau, played by Henry Winkler. Winkler, who was nominated for three Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series back when he was starring as the Fonz on ABC’s HAPPY DAYS in the ‘70s, finally won the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his Season […]Read On »

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THE GOOD PLACE: D’Arcy Carden chats about all things Janet and the final season – Exclusive Interview

D'Arcy Carden as Janet in THE GOOD PLACE - Season 4 | ©2019 NBC/Andrew Eccles

THE GOOD PLACE, the NBC comedy now in its fourth and final season on Thursday nights, may be the most arced half-hour on network television. Created by Michael Schur, THE GOOD PLACE started as what seemed to be a story about one woman, Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell), thinking she’d mistakenly been sent to the Good Place (i.e., Heaven) after death. Spoiler alert: it turned out that Eleanor was in an experiment of the Bad Place, run by the demon Michael (Ted Danson). Over three seasons, Michael, Eleanor and Eleanor’s three fellow experimentees – philosophy professor Chidi Anagonye (William Jackson Harper), […]Read On »

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TV Review: CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL – Season 3 – “Ward 8”

Sarah Silverman in CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL - Season 3 - "Ward 8" | ©2011 Adult Swim

Stars: Malin Ackerman, Lake Bell, Rob Coddry, Erinn Hayes, Rob Huebel, Ken Marino, Megan Mullally, Henry Winkler Writer: Jason Mantzoukas Director: Rob Schrab Network: Adult Swim, airs Thursday nights Original Telecast: June 9, 2011 What most TV hospital dramas do in one hour, CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL distills into fifteen quality minutes of raunch, laughs and pitch black humor. “Ward 8” even manages to intercut three major storylines into that timeline too – so it’s pretty impressive indeed. The A-story follows the return of Detective Chance Briggs (PARKS & RECREATION star Nick Offerman). He was Dr. Owen Maestro’s (Rob Huebel) former police […]Read On »

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TV Review: CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL – Season 3 – “Run Doctor Lola Sprat, Run”

Lake Bell, Megan Mullally, Ken Marino and Rob Coddry in CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL - Season 3 - "Run Doctor Lola Sprat, Run" | ©2011 Warner Bros./Darren Michaels

Stars: Malin Ackerman, Lake Bell, Rob Coddry, Erinn Hayes, Rob Huebel, Ken Marino, Megan Mullally, Henry Winkler Writer: Rob Coddry Director: Rob Schrab Network: Adult Swim, airs Thursday nights Original Telecast: June 2, 2011 Who would have figured an internet only show could find a home on cable television – but end up being funnier and better than a majority of network TV comedies. That’s the case of CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL. Created and starring Rob Coddry as surgeon Blake Downs who likes to wear clown make-up to be more comforting to his young patients (even though it’s more terrifying than relaxing), […]Read On »

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Interview: Rob Corddry checks into Season 3 of CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

Rob Corddry in CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL | ©2010 Warner Bros.

The thin line between the web and television is slowly going away, as the hilarious short-form comedy series CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL began as a web series and migrated over to Adult Swim. Created by Rob Corddry who also plays Blake Downs, the clown-faced surgeon, the series sends up medical dramas with absurdist surrealism. The third season of the show arrives tonight on Adult Swim. The beauty of the show is the short-form that Adult Swim offers (under fifteen minute episodes) and Corddry and his fellow executive producers Jonathan Stern and David Wain have mastered this form. It also allows them to […]Read On »

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