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Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher on making ‘Take My Wife’ season 2

The creators put women in the writers’ room and got a show about real experiences.

On by Audra Schroeder

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Late-night TV gets the ‘Almost Famous’ treatment in ‘There’s…Johnny!’

The coming-of-age comedy is set against ’70s Hollywood.

On by David Wharton

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Seeso, NBC’s comedy streaming service, is shutting down for good

Amid layoffs and scrapped series, Seeso confirms it will shudder.

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As ‘HarmonQuest’ premiere axed, many wonder what’s going on at Seeso

Is the comedy streaming site experiencing growing pains, or a last gasp?

On by Audra Schroeder

Seeso: Wyatt Cenac, Night Train

Seeso’s weird, experimental comedy is working just fine

The niche comedy streaming service bet the farm on its original series. With shows from Wyatt Cenac and the McElroy brothers, it’s easy to see why.

On by Audra Schroeder

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Comedian Rhea Butcher posts personal story in response to Trump’s reversal of transgender protections

‘It’s about the right to exist. To be.’

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Laurie Kilmartin looks back—and forward—with ’45 Jokes About My Dead Dad’

‘Jokes are the only way I can manage my emotions.’

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Alan Partridge returns to explore the class divide in Britain

‘Was I to blame, or was society?’

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Jena Friedman explores the divide between b***h and c**t

The comedy special we need right now.

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Which streaming service is best for you?

Cord-cutting at its finest.

On by Michelle Jaworski

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Your guide to fall streaming

What to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and Seeso this fall.

On by Audra Schroeder

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With ‘Take My Wife,’ Seeso finds its groove

A show that goes behind the curtain.

On by Audra Schroeder

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The fantastical, disturbing world of ‘Flowers’

Seeso’s dark, British comedy finds humor in despair.

On by Audra Schroeder

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NBC’s comedy site Seeso unveils 7 new series

All summer ’16.

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Cameron Esposito on standup comedy: ‘It’s a rock show, at the end of the day’

‘I don’t think about failure as an option.’

On by Alicia Eler

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