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Tim Meadows to Star in Spinoff of ‘The Goldbergs’

ABC has picked up a spinoff from The Goldbergs that will be set in 1990 and star Tim Meadows (Saturday Night Live), Bryan Callen (Mad TV), and A.J. Michalka (Super 8), it was announced on Monday. The pilot of the new show aired as an episode of [...]

By Kenneth Arthur

Emily Heller Gives Tim Meadows a Psychic Object Reading

Here's the newest installment of Above Average's web series The Future with comedian and celebrity psychic Emily Heller, now back to read into guest Tim Meadows's future (or lack thereof) as a hopeful budding artist whether or not she left her [...]

By Megh Wright

Tim Meadows, Nick Thune, and Krysten Ritter Cast in NBC Comedy Pilots

Pilot season is in full swing, and NBC's comedy selections are continuing to round out their casts. According to Deadline, SNL alum Tim Meadows has been cast in David Caspe's pilot Marry Me starring Casey Wilson and Ken Marino. He'll be playing [...]

By Megh Wright

Why ‘The Colbert Report’ Should Use Correspondents More Often

Last week, comedian Scott Thompson made an appearance on The Colbert Report as his Kids in the Hall character Buddy Cole. Cole, a gay socialite prone to long rants, popped up as Colbert's Sochi Winter Olympics correspondent to cover Russia's [...]

By Bradford Evans

The Dream of 90s Is Alive in ‘Mr. Box Office’

Before you get too excited, no, Mr. Box Office is not a Mr. Show prequel, it's anything but.  Mr. Box Office (or Mr. B.O. as mocking people will call it) is a first-run syndicated sitcom, starring Bill Bellamy, Jon Lovitz, Vivica A. Fox, Gary [...]

By Jesse David Fox

Saturday Night’s Children: Tim Meadows (1991-2000)

Saturday Night Live has been home to over a hundred cast members throughout the past 36 years. In our column Saturday Night’s Children, we present the history, talent, and best sketches of one SNL cast member each week for your viewing, [...]

By Megh Wright

Tim Meadows Celebrates a Particularly Two-Faced Holiday Season

On the Late Late Show last night, Tim Meadows shared his holiday tradition of taking food to orphans and old people on Christmas Day and then murderously praying for a Times Square massacre on New Year's. Pick a side, Meadows! Are you with [...]

By Hallie Cantor

A Vulture Study: Which SNL Season Reused the Most Characters?

It always feels like it was the most recent one. Was it a Stefon year? Or something from the Church Lady or Spartan Cheerleader eras? Our exhaustive investigation examined 36 seasons and 7,798 sketches, and came up with a surprising answer.

By John Sellers