The Muppets will take to the stage at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles next month, their first live shows in the gang’s 60 year history.
Actor/director Richard Ayoade is releasing a book about films.
Having already taken major cities around the world by storm, critically acclaimed comedy parody Graeme of Thrones is heading to the West End.
He’s played Gandalf, Magneto and Cogsworth but could a child psychologist attempting to deal with Stewie Griffin be Ian McKellen’s toughest role yet?
Rob Brydon, Daniel Mays and Rupert Graves star in new British comedy, Swimming with Men.
Here’s our first look at Will, Grace, Karen and Jack in the trailer for the Will & Grace revival.
A number of well-known comedians will take part in a special gig aiming to raise money for injured Harry Potter actor Jim Tavare.
Disney is working on a new version of crossover comedy Freaky Friday – this time for TV.
The Simpsons are celebrating Donald Trump’s first 100 days in their own inimitable style.
The special clip features press secretary Sean Spicer finally admitting defeat, Jared Kushner and Steve Bannon’s rivalry and the President celebrating how many rounds of golf he’s played so far.
Plus Granpa Simpson’s being deported back to where he came from (but he doesn’t know where that is).
As The Simpsons helpfully remind us, we are 6.8% of the way home…
Sue Perkins is heading back to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the first time since 2006.