New Foxtel series Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia announces its ensemble cast of seven exciting and talented performers. Comedy superstar Rhys Darby is joined by comedy festival favourites Cal Wilson, Tegan Higginbotham and Susie Youssef, along with world-class improviser SteenRaskopoulos, and newcomers Bridie Connell and Tom Walker. Read more.
The Sydney Morning Herald’s Kathryn Kernoghan welcomes back Australia’s comedy greats for more laughs. By his own reckoning, if Glenn Robbins’ latest project were a meal, it would be a casual barbecue rather than a lavish feast. “Sometimes you can plan a Christmas dinner and you walk in, all the cutlery is there, it’s all…Read more
“Trump” hosts his own tremendous late night show Wednesdays from May 3 at 8.30pm on The Comedy Channel or stream instantly on Foxtel Play Continuing in Comedy Central’s grand tradition of producing ground-breaking late night television, a new weekly topical series The President Show – with a Trump-ian spin – is premiering on The Comedy Channel…Read more
The Comedy Channel commissions Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia for Australian audiences and signs series host Tommy Little
Foxtel announced today it has commissioned Whose Line Is It Anyway? exclusively for The Comedy Channel bringing the world-famous improvisational comedy show to Australia with a hilarious line-up of popular comedians and new faces. Aussie comedian Tommy Little is new host and almighty ruler of Whose Line and will be joined by seven exciting and…Read more
Foxtel Insider sat down with Shane Jacobson and Stephen Curry to chat about Open Slather and the show’s impressive alumni. INSIDER: What was it like to work with the comedy alumni of Magda, Glenn, and the like? STEPHEN CURRY: The general feel is don’t stuff it up. Often in this industry, you are only ever one job…Read more