It's true: Females are funny — and StandUp in Stilettos is about to prove it.
The new half-hour series from TV Guide Network, premiering Saturday at 10/9c, features three comediennes per show. And no, it's not just for females to watch. In fact, men will enjoy it just as much... if not more! Hosted by The Office's Kate Flannery, Stilettos boasts a familiar array of funny ladies, including 24's Mary Lynn Rajskub, Parks and Recreation's Retta and infamous comedy duo Frangela. We talked to Flannery about how women have changed comedy, what she says to people who think females can't be funny and why she doesn't believe next year will be the last season of The Office...
Winona Ryder is the latest performer to join Tim Burton's upcoming film Frankenweenie, Deadline.com reports.
The 38-year-old actress will provide the voice for the role of Elsa in the feature film adaptation of Burton's 1984 short film. Ryder will star alongside...
Canada showed off its good-natured humor — and many quirky traits — in a festive and tongue-in-cheek Winter Olympic closing ceremony that was anything but short on laughs.
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Setting the tone early, the show recalled the opening ceremony gaffe when one of the four Olympic cauldron legs failed to rise because of a technical problem. On Sunday, a mime — with an electrical belt — "fixed" the defective leg and Olympic gold medalist, speed skater Catriona LeMay Doan, finally ...
Damon Wayans has gained a wife in ABC's comedy pilot Never Better. Nicole Ari Parker plays the better half of Wayans' character, a recovering alcoholic now trying to be a good husband and father.Meanwhile, Keith Robinson is on board ABC's pilot Good Behavior. He'll play a cop who keeps an eye on a family of criminals led by a matriarch (Catherine O'Hara), whose husband has been jaled for five years. J.R. Whalen
Catherine O'Hara is in talks to star in Good Behavior, an ABC dramedy pilot about a family of criminals. O'Hara plays the family matriarch trying to straighten out the family after her husband is jailed for five years.Also on ABC's pilot slate is Motor City, a family soap opera modeled after Shakespeare's Hamlet. Andie MacDowell plays the mother of a Harvard philosophy professor who returns to Detroit to take over the family's auto business. J.R. Whalen