Showtime scooped up YouTube’s dark comedy “On Becoming a God in Central Florida.”
Christopher Lawrence escaped his native Kentucky without an accent thanks to the thousands of hours he spent in front of a television as a child. That’s also why he never learned how to ride a bicycle. He’s been writing about TV and movies since his days at Murray State University, when the school’s basketball coach had him reassigned at the student newspaper after just one story about the team. He’s been a professional TV critic since 2000, the Review-Journal’s TV critic since 2005 and its movie critic since 2012.
Tickets for the Storm Area 51 Basecamp Experience, featuring ufologists and other speakers Sept. 20 and 21, are on sale at Ticketmaster.
Ahead of its third season on ABC, the music competition is hosting open auditions.
You could pre-game the alien-themed festival just by bingeing all 14 seasons of History’s “Ancient Aliens.”
Alienstock is on a collision course with the tiny outpost of Rachel in less than a month, whether anyone involved is ready or not.
Danny McBride returns to the pay channel that was the home of his comedies “Eastbound & Down” and “Vice Principals.”
The Amazing Johnathan is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside the guy whose act included a joke that, decades later, remains among the most original and deeply wrong things you could ever hope to hear.
How do you plan for something like “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us,” the Facebook event that started as a joke and became a national obsession?
The festival is promising music, art installations and “surprise performances” in Rachel.
Lori Palmer always wanted to be on television. It just took a couple of decades for her to be able to take pride in how she got there.
The show’s creators, Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, led around 20 members of the writing staff on a three-day fact-finding mission to Las Vegas.
The original post, “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us,” started as a joke and quickly went viral with more than 2 million people pledging to “see them aliens.”
For nearly 50 years, Jay Sebring has been reduced to one of the “others.” As in, members of the so-called Manson Family brutally murdered Sharon Tate “and four others.”
Samantha Busch, who’s been married to NASCAR champion and Las Vegas native Kyle Busch since 2010, may have found the first rational reason to star in a reality show.