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Sep 30th 2014

First Film in the New MAKERS Series Premieres - MAKERS: Women in Comedy

The first film in the new MAKERS series, MAKERS: Women in Comedy, premieres on Tuesday, September 30 at 9pm ET/PT on PBS. This film tracks the rise of women in the world of comedy, from the "dangerous" comedy of '70s sitcoms like Maude to the groundbreaking women of the 1980s American comedy club boom and building to today's multifaceted landscape.

Contemporary comics, including Chelsea Handler, Mo'Nique, Sarah Silverman, Ellen DeGeneres, Jane Lynch, Kathy Griffin, and the incomparable Joan Rivers (in one of her last interviews) talk about where women started in this competitive, male-dominated profession and where they are determined to go.

Kathy Griffin will host a virtual screening on the film on Wednesday, October 1 at 8pm ET on MAKERS.com. The film will then live and be available for streaming anytime on MAKERS.com.

Building on the 2013 film MAKERS: Women Who Make America, which told the story of the modern American women's movement, the series will introduce a new collection of MAKERS.

Join the conversation on Twitter with @MAKERSwomen, @PBS and #MAKERSfilm. Visit MAKERS.com/documentary/womenincomedy for more information.

Dec 13th 2011

Announcing HuffPost TV


TV addicts unite! We're excited to roll out HuffPost TV, a new site that will offer a mix of real-time reaction, news, and opinion for all of your favorite television shows, across every network and every genre. Do you love keeping up with those krazy Kardashians? Want to know the latest lead character axed from Game of Thrones? Whether you're Breaking Bad, getting Glee-ful, or harping on Homeland, we've got the answers for you!

HuffPost TV will be a destination site where rabid fans can read, rant, and rave about the shows they love, love to hate, hate to love, and everything in between. TV lovers can get the latest and greatest news about their favorite shows and engage with one another on HuffPost's community platform. As soon as the credits roll, viewers can visit the site for show recaps or engage with other TV fans to share their reactions. Notable bloggers contributing to the site include Academy Award winner Aaron Sorkin, Norman Lear, Bill Maher, Dr. Phil, and our in-house TV critic, Maureen Ryan will provide reviews. Regular features on HuffPost TV will include video highlights and exclusive clips.

The new site is edited by Jaimie Etkin and is being overseen by Michael Hogan, Executive Features editor, Huffington Post Media Group.

To find out more about the site, check out Arianna Huffington's latest blog post.

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