This week in comedy: We take a look back at a television legend with a new documentary on ABC. The Happy Days of Garry Marshall traces the man who brought us Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley, Mork and Mindy, and The Odd Couple, as well as writing for The Dick Van Dyke Show. Henry Winkler, Rob Lowe, Michael McKean, Anne Hathaway, and Julia Roberts, among many others, share their memories of the T.V. and film creator.
Also this week, we see the return of Kimmy Schmidt, just 2 years after the final episode aired. This time, the character is being given her own interactive movie, and has to go and confront the evil Reverend (Jon Hamm) who kidnapped her when she was 15. From the look of the trailer, it looks like the show’s irreverent humor translates well.
Plus, Amy Schumer returns to television with a new show. Only this time, it’s a cooking show. It makes total sense, though, as she married a chef in real life, despite herself not knowing how to cook. So the quarantined-filmed show, Amy Schumer Learns To Cook, follows her as she finally learns the basics of cooking.
Amy Schumer Learns to Cook airs on Food Network
Adam Sandler on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Seth MacFarlane on The Tonight Show
Tina Fey on Late Night w/Seth Meyers
Ed Helms on Conan
Ellie Kemper on The Late Show
Chris Gethard on Conan
Bill Murray on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
David Spade on The Tonight Show
Nick Kroll on Late Night w/Seth Meyers
Amy Schumer on Late Night w/Seth Meyers
Tracy Morgan on The Late Late Show w/James Corden
Nikki Glaser on Conan
Tracy Morgan on The View