Self-appointed late-night talk show critics Elena Wandzilak and Katharine Jaruzelski are back to weigh in on the first week of “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.”
If you are thinking, “I could really use a mockumentary-style show detailing the romantic entanglements and careers of the Muppets,” then ABC’s “The Muppets” is the show for you. If you are like the rest of America, however, you may be a bit apprehensive about this half-hour scripted comedy about puppets. Luckily for everyone, I watched it, and I have thoughts.
The saying goes, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” but what about when your network cancels your show and you move to Hulu? Was “The Mindy Project” “broke”? Should they have fixed it?
Comedy super-fans and self-appointed late-night talk show critics Elena Wandzilak and Katharine Jaruzelski sat down to analyze the first week of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
Last night, the incisive and subversive “Key & Peele” aired its final episode. In honor of five hilarious seasons, Cadenza chose its favorite sketches from the show.
When AMC announced that it was creating a spinoff of its milestone horror-fantasy classic “The Walking Dead,” I was skeptical. But quickly after its Sunday night premiere broke the record for the largest series premiere in cable history with 10.13 million viewers, “Fear the Walking Dead” was declared a success.
This summer, while many comedy fans were distracted by Amy Schumer’s meteoric rise and Jon Stewart’s “Daily Show” departure, Comedy Central quietly introduced one of the best new series of the season: the faux reality show/period piece “Another Period.” Billed as “Downton Abbey” meets “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” the show is set in Newport, R.I., in 1902, and follows the high-society Bellacourt family and its downstairs help.
While there is a new movie (“Avengers: Age of Ultron”) on the horizon, there is yet another exciting addition to this ever-expanding universe: the new Netflix series “Daredevil,” whose first season was released in full on April 10.
“Louie” is hitting middle age. Season five of comedian Louis C.K.’s television opus premiered last week, and the second episode will air tonight. It’s striking just how much the show has gone through in its five years since turning the autobiographical sitcom on its head.
Last week, “Glee” aired its series finale. Confused because you didn’t know it was still on? I know that I was.