British trance producer, Gareth Emery, has turned to TV. This week, Emery released eight episodes of the mockumentary We Are CVNT5, which follows global phenoms CVNT5. The show, which Emery has described as “The Office set in dance music,” faced numerous legal battles before finally being released.
Aimee Garcia’s roles have taken quite a leap since her spot as George Lopez’s niece on the the George Lopez show. Garcia has also appeared in shows like Dexter, Trauma, Family Guy, Vegas, and so many others. But her largest role has to be that of Ella Lopez, on Fox Network’s Lucifer, where Garcia is the forensic scientist helping the devil himself solve crimes in Los Angeles.
After seemingly appearing in every great comedy on TV, Aparna Nancherla has announced a new tour, “It’s Me Again: An Aparna Nancherla Tour.” Nancherla just finished the first season Comedy Central’s freshly cynical comedy, Corporate, on which she plays a human resources manager.
Cats in a mafia or doing bondage, young flies staring at a nudey mag, cockroaches amid an apocalypse, gender-fluid pigeons, Ty Segall and Kurt Vile become squirrels, and rats wearing pants to hide “nervous boners;” these are just some examples of the hijinks and situations that exist in the world of Mike Luciano and Phil Matarese’s HBO comedy, Animals.