Maya Rudolph, Martin Short to Debut NBC Variety Show in May
The comedians’ long-gestating NBC variety show is slated for a May premiere and is now tentatively titled READ MORE
The Grinder Video: Can Maya Rudolph Shrink Down Dean's Dramatic Side?
Can actor Dean Sanderson get a bit overdramatic? Well, yeah. But this week on The Grinder (Fox, 9:30/8:30c), that trait costs the family firm a big client — and thus triggers the need for therapy. Cue guest star Maya Rudolph! READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
The Grinder Invites Maya Rudolph to Get Inside Dean and Stewart's Heads
Maya Rudolph's NBC Variety Show Set to Add Martin Short as Co-Headliner
Turns out Maya Rudolph and Martin Short‘s hilarious comedic duet during Saturday Night Live‘s 40th anniversary special last February was more than just a viral smash — it was a planted spinoff. READ MORE
Maya Rudolph Returning to NBC With Variety Special The Maya Rudolph Show
Maya Rudolph is coming (back) to NBC — for one night, at least. The Maya Rudolph Show, a special described as a revival of the classic variety show format, is set to air May 19 at 10/9c, the network announced Tuesday. READ MORE
TVLine Items: NBC Orders Maya Rudolph Variety Project, Totally Biased Cancelled and More
Variety is the spice of life — and Maya Rudolph is bringing her special brand of it back to primetime.
NBC has ordered a pilot for a variety series toplined by the Saturday Night Live/Up All Night vet …READ MORE
Exclusive Up All Night Video: Maya Rudolph + Sean Hayes + Halloween = One Scary Idea!
To quote Christina Applegate’s Up All Night leading lady, “Two people who know nothing about human children” should never be put in charge of the neighborhood’s haunted house. That is, however, exactly what happens in this Thursday’s Halloween-centric episode of the NBC comedy (8:30/7:30c), when Ava (Maya Rudolph) and Walter (Sean Hayes) try their hand at horror. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Exclusive Up All Night First Look: Sean Hayes and Maya Rudolph Make Not-So-Sweet Music Together
Maya Rudolph Hosts SNL: Best and Worst Skits
It’s been a great season for Saturday Night Live alumni returning to their old stomping grounds. Two months after Jimmy Fallon’s fantastic stint at the show’s helm, Maya Rudolph returned to Studio 8H to host an episode that was consistently funny, and occasionally hilarious. Rudolph didn’t bring back her famed Oprah impression, nor did she attempt her well-know Whitney Houston (no surprise there), but after a cute opening monologue, she brilliantly channeled Maya Angelou, Beyoncé, and (less successfully) …READ MORE