Finding Love: TV’s top romantic comedy

How much do I love Love? Let me count the ways. Season Two of the Judd Apatow-produced Netflix rom-com dropped less than a month ago. A third season has already been ordered. The 12 new episodes find our heroes, Mickey (Gillian Jacobs) and Gus (Paul Rust), right where we left them at the end of Season One.… Read on



Apatow, Bamford among the 2016 JFL Award winners

MONTREAL — Writer-producer-director Judd Apatow has been at Just for Laughs adding another hyphen to his resume: stand-up comedian. He was honored Friday at the festival at the annual Just for Laughs Awards with the 2016 Generation Award. The award salutes comedians who make an impact that resonates and inspires, something Apatow has done with… Read on


All you need is Netflix to find Love

Starting Friday you can get Love from Netflix. No, not that kind of love, you beast. Love, a new comedy from comedy kingpin Judd Apatow and sketch comedian Paul Rust. The series stars Rust along with Gillian Jacobs from Community as mis-matched lovebirds Gus and Mickey. Jacobs is fearless in the role and plays Mickey is more of a… Read on


Naked rage at defensive Girls’ session

Dad (Apatow), mom (Konner) and their No. 1 Girl (Dunham) PASADENA, CA–Holy crap, are the folks behind Girls ever defensive.A reporter touched off a firestorm Thursday by opening the session for HBO’s Girls (back for a third season Sunday at 10 p.m. ET on HBO Canada) with this question, directed to Dunham: I don’t get… Read on