actor, writer and comedian
African American actor, writer and stand-up comedian
When the sitcom The Carmichael Show premiered on NBC late last August, it was with little fanfare and only a six-episode order.
Jul. 9, 2016from The Business
Jerrod Carmichael grew up loving multi-camera sitcoms, especially the ones on NBC. Now he’s created and stars in one of his own.
Jun. 8, 2016from The Spin-off
Edward Goldman talks about American cultural experiences that inspired him as a young boy in Russia.
Jun. 11from Art Talk
Edward Goldman talks about mid-career solo exhibitions by two Los Angeles artists.
Jun. 4from Art Talk
This is Rob Long, and on today’s Martini Shot I commit acts of violence and mayhem on the Transitive Property of Mathematics, for which I apologize to my eighth grade math teacher.
Jun. 5from Martini Shot
LA Pride takes place this weekend and among those celebrating will be the new residents of the LA LGBT Center.
Jun. 4from Design and Architecture
A stunning graphic novel by one of the medium’s greatest creators, Seth’s Clyde Fans is about people living in a memory fog, and the strange reverie that life takes on when one grows…
Jun. 13from Bookworm
Samuel Beckett’s plays can be really tricky. They are conceptually so full and simultaneously so maddeningly empty. It’s that emptiness that’s the key.
Jun. 3from Opening the Curtain
Writer-producer Simon Kinberg has worked on the X-Men movie franchise since 2006. ‘Dark Phoenix’ was his directorial debut.
Jun. 14from The Business
"The Fall Of the American Empire" is a French-Canadian crime caper about money--not just the small fortune involved in a heist, but the larger fortunes that sustain the world of…
May. 31from Film Reviews
If you don't subscribe to CBS All Access, you may not have seen the critically acclaimed show 'The Good Fight,' the spin-off of the CBS drama 'The Good Wife.'
Jun. 4from Screengrab