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If you’re a fan of IFC’s faux soap opera miniseries The Spoils of Babylon, the creative team is back with The Spoils Before Dying, a riff on hard-boiled whodunit murder mysteries that just dropped a new trailer.
When someone sits down to take in a Lifetime Original movie, he or she probably expects to see things like salacious motivations, dubious male characters and females in trouble. And A DeadlyAdoption hits all of those things on the head.
Former Saturday Night Live stars Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig are making a fascinatingly odd return to the small screen for the heightened Lifetime drama A Deadly Adoption, which now has its first teaser trailer. I can't wait, I think.
While the concept of “Will they?/Won’t they?” is normally reserved for two characters on the cusp of romantic entanglement, it's been recently applied to the Lifetime movie A Deadly Adoption from Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig. And hey, it's real!
Kristen Wiig’s a funny lady, and she pulled a fast one on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this week, appearing onstage dressed not as herself, but as Khaleesi. Check out Wiig’s hilarious prank interview with Fallon.
In a story that has all the makings of a fantastic April Fools’ joke but an even better real-life TV event, it appears as if two of the funniest people on the planet have teamed up for a project on one of the least self-aware networks on the dial.
Considering the planet-sized amount of excitement that we already have for Netflix’s upcoming limited series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, it was presumed nothing else could possibly expand that jubilation. Cue the “wrong” buzzer, because the series just picked up four amazing new cast members.
As their three-year reign comes to a close, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will be passing the Golden Globes hosting gig over to new (or potentially old) blood. Find out who we think should get the gig.
Surfboard. Maya Rudolph stole the spotlight in Saturday Night Live's season finale cold open last night, reprising the role of Beyonce for the opening sketch. As one of numerous guest stars to pop up in the episode, Rudolph garnered the biggest laughs of the opening bit, as she randomly worked lyrics to classic Beyonce songs into her "official" statement about the well-publicized elevator incident between her sister and Jay-Z.
Jimmy Fallon’s first week as the host of The Tonight Show will play host to a bevy of impressive guests during his premiere week run hosting the NBC late night series. And with some of his close friends and favorite guests on track to appear, there may just be a few tricks up his sleeve to make the introduction to the Fallon era of the show more memorable. And there might just even be another "History of Rap" in our future.
The undisputed master of dramatic fiction — a poet of primal urgency, and all-around literary behemoth — Eric Jonrosh has seen his completed vision come to life in IFC’s The Spoils of Babylon. And lo, what a world we've stepped into. In a new clip from the greatest story of our time, Cynthia and her adopted brother Devon flirt with the illicit temptations of life, all while the world around them stands on the brink of utter collapse and disaster. It is a tale of circumstance, and sure to be an icon of the ages.
A couple of months ago, we learned that Will Ferrell, frequent partner in crime Adam McKay, and several other Funny or Die guys were bringing an original series to IFC called The Spoils of Babylon. The parody of a television miniseries could potentially make a big impact for the little network and very well may, thanks to the all-star cast that has now signed on for The Spoils of Babylon.
The Simpsons has always been known for pretty big guest stars and next season Fox’s animated comedy plans to continue the tradition by using SNL veteran Kristen Wiig’s voice during a special episode. Wiig has signed on for a fall of 2013 episode of The Simpsons called “Homerland.”
After an eleven month and thirty-day absence, Kristen Wiig returned to Saturday Night Live last night to host an episode, bringing back a number of familiar characters in the process. That includes Gilly, who appeared in the opening monologue, the weird Target lady, Dooneese of the Lawrence Welk Show sketch, Kat of improv characters "Garth and Kat" and the Californians. And the opening monologue featured a couple of surprise guests.
Expectations will surely be high this Saturday night. Kristen Wiig departed Saturday Night Live last year, ending a long and successful run on the sketch comedy series to pursue her acting career outside the NBC series. While she has a slew of projects in the works, including an appearance in the upcoming revival of Arrested Development on Netflix, she's set to return to SNL this Saturday night to host an episode.