Here are the TV personalities who won big at The Shorty Awards, or as I like to call it, the awards show of the future.
Comedian Robert Klein Recalls Meeting Late Nancy Reagan
Former First Lady Nancy Reagan, who popularized the anti-drug slogan “Just Say No,” passed away Sunday morning at age 94 from congestive heart failure.
Klein remembered speaking with Reagan at the height of her campaign against drug abuse in an interview with Jerry Seinfeld, host of Crackle’s online show “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.”
YouTube Romance Forms on ‘The Amazing Race’ Season 28
YouTubers Blair Fowler and Brodie Smith form a “showmance” on Season 28 of the “The Amazing Race.” The frisbee enthusiast finally catches up with his beauty and lifestyle vlogger crush and sleeps with her on national television… sort of.
Comedic duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele will be streaming live this Super Bowl 2016, dishing out hilarious commentary as fictional fly-by-night sports announcers.
Nike Unveils New Web Series ‘Margot vs. Lily’
Posted on February 2, 2016
Nike Women’s newest fitness campaign “Better For It” takes on a fun new twist — a funny web based series aimed at female coach potatoes. “Margot vs. Lily” is about two sisters who are very different.
Idris Elba Wins SAG Award for ‘Luther’
Posted on February 1, 2016
British actor Idris Elba took home two SAG awards Saturday, one of which was for his role as the brilliant yet tortured Detective Chief Inspector John Luther in the BBC mini series “Luther’
The former “Wire” actor was recognized as the best male actor in a TV movie or mini series for the role.
The dark police drama follows Luther, a detective with anger issues who constantly straddles the line of good and evil in the gritty streets of London.
The series concluded in 2013 after three four-episode seasons. All three of those seasons are currently available on Netflix.