In 2005, Kudrow and Michael Patrick King created The Comeback for HBO, but, ahead of its time in its critique of celebrity, reality TV, and narcissism, it lasted only one season. Nine years later, they reveal the story behind the now-beloved cult comedy’s unlikely return.
Here’s everything you need to know about HBO’s cult classic if you missed it the first time around. Just in time for the show’s return to television on Nov. 9.
UPDATED: McAdams is said to be joining Vince Vaughn and Colin Farrell in HBO’s anthology drama; Taylor Kitsch is rumored to be the final member of the main cast. #TrueDetectiveSeason2
Sometimes you “lose” a very loud, very annoying toy. Featuring Trophy Wife’s Malin Akerman and Albert Tsai!
ABC’s quirky blended family comedy — the one that isn’t Modern Family — has quickly become a bright spot in an otherwise largely dull season of television.
Not the coolest kid in school? Neither were these famous people and now they’re super cool.
Betty White, Jennifer Aniston, and other famous faces belted out the classic tune to promote cancer research.
In theaters today is “Wanderlust,” the brainchild of Ken Marino and David Wain that stars Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd. Why is this movie so incredibly funny? Because it features an amazingly talented cast — filled with people who have worked together before in cult favorites like “Wet Hot American Summer,” “Party Down,” “Reno 911!” and “The State” — improvising their way through life at a commune. It’s a winning recipe, you see. [Jack’s Note: THIS IS NOT AN AD WHITNEY IS JUST REALLY INTO THIS MOVIE.]
The first trailer for the movie that’s being touted as “the smartest, most subversive superhero story ever created” was released today.
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