Category Archives: Humor/Comedy

  • Byron Allen Creates Low-Budget Television Empire With Entertainment Studios

    Apr 13, 14 by Qwest7 Leave a comment


    *Since creating Entertainment Studios 20 years ago, Byron Allen has made a successful transition from stand up comic to television visionary. The former talk show host, who serves as the production and global distribution company’s chairman and chief executive officer of Entertainment Studios, has made almost $100 million annually from shows such as “Mr. Box […]

  • Phylicia Rashad Weighs In On The Current State of Sitcoms

    Apr 11, 14 by Qwest7 1 Comment


    *Times sure have changed for TV sitcoms since Phylicia Rashad ruled with Bill Cosby 22 years ago on the classic must-see “The Cosby Show.” While chatting with HuffPost Live about her new film with Halle Berry, “Frankie and Alice,” Rashad gave her take on current sitcoms, saying the latest crop doesn’t compare to how they […]

  • Loni Love Lands A New Role In ‘Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2′!

    Apr 8, 14 by HumorMill Leave a comment


    *EURweb partner site The Humor Mill says they’ve just discovered from several industry sources that comedian Loni Love, one of the new hosts of Fox‘s new day time talker ”The Real,” has landed a new role in the new film ”Paul Blart Mall Cop 2!” The new role has Love along side cast member Kevin James as the sequel follows James’ Paul Blart who attends […]

  • Bresha Webb on Her ‘Love That Girl’ Character: ‘I’m Not Imunique at All’

    Apr 6, 14 by PJ 1 Comment


    *Actress Bresha Webb is hoping to keep viewers tuned in for season 4 of TV One’s “Love That Girl” with her over the top character Imunique Jefferson. After Tatyana Ali left the show, executive produced by Martin Lawrence, after season one, it left the starring role up for grabs for Webb’s character. “Imunique is more […]

  • David Letterman to Hang it Up: He’ll Retire From CBS’ ‘Late Show’ in 2015 (Video)

    Apr 3, 14 by EurPublisher Leave a comment


    *(Via The Hollywood Reporter) – After more than 20 years at CBS, David Letterman will announce his retirement as host of the network’s Late Show during Thursday night’s broadcast. His final show will come in 2015, when his current contract expires. Word of Letterman’s departure first surfaced when REM’s Mike Mills, one of the show’s guests, announced the news on Twitter. “The man […]

  • Hope Flood Presents 3rd Annual ‘Females in Comedy Convention’

    Apr 1, 14 by LaRita Shelby Leave a comment


    *Los Angeles, California.  Hope Flood; Comedian and founder of the Females in Comedy Association (FICA) is pleased to present the 3rd Annual Females in Comedy Convention(FICC)  in Los Angeles, California. One major change to the convention is the invitation of male comedians. Although the convention was originally branded as the Females in Comedy Convention, it is […]