The iconic “Chappelle’s Show” alum discusses the long road to his Netflix special “A New Day,” shares his take on the many Dave Chappelle controversies, and a lot more.
Matt Wilstein is a west coast-based senior editor overseeing The Daily Beast’s entertainment news coverage. He also hosts the The Last Laugh podcast.
As his new stand-up special “Religion, Sex and a Few Things in Between” hits Max this week, Rory Scovel chats about finally doing his comedy “homework” and leaning into politics.
Jenny Slate opens up about taking her career into her own hands post-SNL and finding her true comedic voice in “Marcel the Shell” and new stand-up special “Seasoned Professional.”
In her super-dark new stand-up special, longtime “Conan” writer Laurie Kilmartin jokes about her mother dying of COVID and the MSNBC appearance that prompted death threats.
In his long-awaited return to hosting “The Daily Show,” Jon Stewart made almost no distinction between America’s two elderly presidential candidates.
Ahead of his big return to “The Daily Show,” Jon Stewart is finally commenting on those “creative differences” with Apple.
The Oscar-nominated actor has been coy about the “movie magic” employed in “The Holdovers”—until his friend Howard Stern got it out of him.
The stand-up comic and author of the new memoir “Subculture Vulture” talks “offensive” comedy, speaking out against antisemitism, and his wife’s topless performance.
Maria Bartiromo seemed genuinely taken aback when Trump called President Xi a “good friend.”
The stand-up comedian was fired from “Saturday Night Live” in 2019 for making racist comments on his podcast. Now he’s the next host.