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Amazon's 'The Boys' to end after 5 seasons

“The Boys,” Amazon Prime Video’s epic superhero satire series, will end with its fifth season. The show’s creator and showrunner Eric Kripke announced “the end has begun” while promoting the series’ fourth season, which premieres Thursday on Prime Video. “Season 4 Premiere Week is a good time to announce: Season 5 will be the Final Season! Always my plan, I …

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Bill Maher has given up on comedy in front of young crowds: 'They don't want to hear anything'

Comedian Bill Maher said he’s largely given up on performing in front of college crowds in a recent episode of his podcast. “They don’t want to hear anything they don’t already agree with,” Maher said of young audiences during a conversation with fellow comedian and former “Everybody Loves Raymond” star Ray Romano. “They don’t want their minds pried open, and …

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Comedian Bill Burr says 'I f—ing hate liberals' at UC Berkeley show, calls out hypocrisy

Comedian Bill Burr called out the hypocrisy of liberals during a show on UC Berkeley’s campus over the weekend, reportedly telling the audience that he “f—ing hate[s]” them. Burr, never one to shy away from controversial topics, covered everything from his relationship with his wife and the ongoing Israel-Gaza war, to transgender rights and Biden’s cognitive decline, before wading into …

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'Seinfeld' star Julia Louis-Dreyfus says complaints about political correctness are ‘red flag’

“Seinfeld” and “Veep” star Julia Louis-Dreyfus disagrees with former co-star Jerry Seinfeld’s stance on the state of comedy and “political correctness.” “If you look back on comedy and drama both, let’s say 30 years ago, through the lens of today, you might find bits and pieces that don’t age well. And I think to have an antenna about sensitivities is …

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Michael Richards reflects on 35 years of 'Seinfeld' magic, says he watched to write new book

“Seinfeld” star Michael Richards, famed for his portrayal of Jerry Seinfeld’s eccentric neighbor Cosmo Kramer, reflected on the beloved sitcom’s success and its ability to capture the hearts of so many 35 years later amid the release of his new book. Since July 5, 1989, the widely acclaimed sitcom crafted by Larry David and Seinfeld has captivated television audiences globally. …

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Kamala Harris appearance on Jimmy Kimmel show disrupted by anti-Israel protesters calling her a murderer

Vice President Kamala Harris was shouted down by anti-Israel protesters calling her a murderer and genocide supporter during her live appearance on Jimmy Kimmel’s late-night show. “15,000 children dead because of you!” one protester yelled at Harris during the studio filming of her interview with Kimmel that aired Tuesday night, captured on video from the far-left, anti-Israel organization Code Pink. …

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'Seinfeld' star Michael Richards says racist rant was 'despicable' and led to self-imposed Hollywood exile

It has been 18 years since Michael Richards’ 2006 racial outburst effectively ended his career, but the “Seinfeld” star has since found peace within himself. During a live, sit-down interview with “Today” host Hoda Kotb, Richards reflected on his past behavior, explained how he has changed since the night he used racial slurs during a set at the Laugh Factory …

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Legendary actor Dick Van Dyke, 98, still has career goals with no plans to retire

Legendary actor Dick Van Dyke has no plans to retire and has set his sights on new career goals. In a recent interview with Deadline, Van Dyke went into detail about the early days of his career, how years of failure led to 60 years of success in Hollywood and why he won’t stop working. “Well, it was a matter …

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Jay Leno says censorship can’t change comedy: ‘If it’s really funny, all bets are off’

For Jay Leno, comedy is timeless. “Comedy hasn’t changed. It’s exactly the same thing. It doesn’t change. Things come in and out,” the former “Tonight Show” host told Fox News Digital. “If I showed you a Rudolph Valentino movie from the ’20s, you wouldn’t think it was sexy. You’d think, ‘Oh my God. … But if I showed you Buster …

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Jerry Seinfeld cries while remembering emotional trip to Israel after Oct. 7

Jerry Seinfeld got choked up on Tuesday while recalling his trip to Israel after October 7 and weighed in on the anti-Israel protests happening across the United States. During a sit-down interview on “Honestly with Bari Weiss” from The Free Press, Seinfeld discussed recent incidents in which anti-Israel protesters heckled the Jewish-American comedian. Earlier this month, one of Seinfeld’s stand-up …

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