This week, Anderson Cooper publicly declared Cher's awesomeness, one of the groups that auditioned for America's Got Talent featured a human jump rope, and Discovery Digital showcased a man juggling chainsaws in slow motion. Funny or Die premiered the newest installment of Eliza Coupe's web series "Frenemies," and New York's Upright Citizens Brigade comedy troupe (featuring the likes of Amy Poehler and Horatio Sanz) offered fans a rare glimpse behind the scenes of their improv series Asssscat. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Puppeteer Kevin Clash, the former voice of Elmo on Sesame Street, scored a big victory in court this week when a judge dismissed lawsuits filed against Clash by men who said that he molested them when they were underage.
Move over, Saturday Night Live — there's a new sketch comedy series coming to NBC.
The network has partnered with Lou Wallach, the former senior vice president of original programming at Comedy Central, for the as-yet-untitled show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Jennifer Lopez is under fire after a performance in Turkmenistan over the weekend during which she sang "Happy Birthday" to the country's dictator, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow.
Human rights organizations have characterized Berdimuhamedow's leadership as oppressive, and Human Rights Watch has designated Turkmenistan as "among the most repressive [countries] in the world," according to The Associated Press.
NBC is partnering with Mark Burnett and Roma Downey for a follow-up to their hugely successful 10-part miniseries The Bible, the network announced Monday.
The working title of the new series is A.D.: Beyond the Bible, which will cover the events following Jesus' death.
Martin Starr (Freaks and Geeks, Party Down) is heading to TNT's Franklin & Bash, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Former Teen Mom-turned-porn star Farrah Abraham has entered rehab for alcohol abuse, Radar Online reports.
Jim Kelly, a martial artist who starred alongside Bruce Lee in Enter the Dragon, died Saturday of cancer at his home in San Diego, Calif., The Associated Press reports. He was 67.
Saturday Night Live has lost another familiar face. After much speculation, longtime cast member Fred Armisen confirmed last week that he's leaving the show.
Look closely, Curb Your Enthusiasm fans — that really is Larry David in the new trailer for the upcoming HBO film Clear History.
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