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    7 Comics to Catch at the N.Y. Comedy Festival

    Running Nov. 10–15, the 12th annual New York Comedy Festival will gather some of comedy’s biggest names, including Billy Crystal, Sarah Silverman, and Kathy Griffin, and give audiences the chance to see them live, everywhere from Carnegie Hall to Caroline’s On Broadway.

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    11 Upcoming Original Netflix Shows

    All done binge-watching the third season of “Orange Is the New Black”? Here are 11 other titles the streaming giant has in development—including a sitcom from Aziz Ansari and a supernatural drama starring Winona Ryder!

  • Interview

    Amy Schumer on the Cover of Backstage This Week!

    Amy Schumer graces our cover this week, and she chats with Backstage about the new season of "Inside Amy Schumer" as well as her starring role in the upcoming “Trainwreck” directed by Judd Apatow.

  • Interview

    Amy Schumer Wants You (To Laugh)

    Comedy Central and standup star Schumer put in the work and paid her dues—even handing out comedy fliers to annoyed pedestrians—and now she’s reaping the rewards with “Inside Amy Schumer” and the upcoming Judd Apatow–directed, Schumer-starring “Trainwreck.”

  • Advice

    Standing Ovation: John C. Reilly in 'Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story'

    Reporter and critic Heidi Patalano on John C. Reilly's underappreciated performance in "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" as the ridiculous title character.

  • Interview

    5 Tips From Paul Feig on Rising to the Top in Comedy

    Paul Feig directed Melissa McCarthy to an Oscar nomination in "Bridesmaids" and re-teams with her for "The Heat." He shares some of the secrets that have led him to be one of the biggest names in comedy.

  • Reviews

    The Achingly Funny Reality of Marriage in 'This Is 40'

    Judd Apatow’s latest proves to all couples (in the most charming, goofily adorable way imaginable) that you can actively hate each other without actually meaning it.

  • Advice

    Working With Judd Apatow on Improv and 'This is 40'

    Working with Judd Apatow on both “Knocked Up” and his current film, “This Is 40,” was thrilling. People often ask me if it was all improvised. Here’s a look at how Judd works.

  • News

    Self-Starter: Jason Segel Interview

    Years ago, writer-producer-director Judd Apatow took actor Jason Segel aside and offered a bit of advice. "He said, 'Listen, you can do this, but you're a really weird guy,' " recalls Segel, chuckling. " 'The only way you're gonna make it the way you want to make it is if ...

  • Interview

    Comedy is 'Hard': Judd Apatow Interview

    It may have taken longer than expected, but Judd Apatow has indeed ascended to the top of the industry with a trifecta of unexpected megahits he has produced