All-Stars

Starting today, ‘All-Stars’ is available to watch on Amazon, iTunes, and other VOD platforms. Cast includes Angela along with Fred Willard, Illeana Douglas, Kyle Howard, Nicole Sullivan, and more.

About ‘All-Stars’:

A veteran softball coach returns to his humble league origins to give something back to the community, but when the team of seasoned competitors he was planning on coaching turns out to be a group of inexperienced 10-and-unders he’s forced to return to the fundamentals in order to get them to the All-Stars. As he battles a bench of players who would rather be snacking in the dugout and a squadron of overbearing parents, he must decide what’s more important: whether you win or lose, or how you play the game.

Watch now:

Amazon | $12.99

iTunes | Buy for $12.99 or rent for $4.99

Angela to write and possibly star in call center comedy for TBS

From Deadline.com:

The Office alumna Angela Kinsey has sold semi-autobiographical comedy 1-800 to TBS, I have learned. Kinsey will write 1-800, loosely based on her experiences working at a call center when she was starting out, with an eye toward co-starring as well. The workplace comedy reunites Kinsey with TBS, where she recently recurred on the comedy series Your Family Or Mine. Kinsey also starred on the Hulu original series The Hotwives Of Las Vegas and recurred on Fox’s New Girl. She is repped by UTA, Link and attorney Fred Toczek. – Source

The Friday Forty

Angela will be performing in The Friday Forty at the NerdMelt Showroom tomorrow, October 9th! If you are in the Los Angeles area, come check it out.

More info:

Scott Gimple and Dave Holmes host this current-affairs sketch-comedy quiz show where the performers get a little liquid courage to help them answer 40 questions about the events of the last 7 days!

With special guests:

FRANGELA (Frances Callier and Angela Shelton)

ANGELA KINSEY (The Office, Hotwives of Orlando)

TYMBERLEE HILL (Hotwives of Orlando, Drunk History)

$8 in advance, $10 at the door

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Hamburger Hummus

From Entertainment Weekly:

Shalom, Shamericans! Introducing Hamburger Hummus, a new web series directed by Jay Karas (Workaholics) that satirizes blogging culture and pokes fun at clueless Americans embarrassing themselves in foreign countries.

“Six Americans in Israel; one holy s—show,” the trailer teases. Jillian Bell, Betsy Newman, Paul Welsh, Angela Kinsey, Peter Gardner, and Marque Richardson star as culturally oblivious American bloggers visiting Tel Aviv for a conference. The pilot introduces them with the telling epithets, “The Hot Mess,” “The Teenage Crusader,” “The Techie,” and the trio of “The Mommy Blogger,” “The Paranoid Dad,” and “Their Baby.”

“Their interests across technology, beauty, environmentalism, and shameless one-night stands lead to a bounty of Clark Griswold-like, fish-out-of-water moments,” the series description reads, and episode titles like “Tech Aviv,” “#BlessedDayEver,” and the pilot, “Shalom Shamericans,” deliver on that promise. – Source

Hamburger Hummus launched Tuesday and all episodes are now available at HamburgerHummus.com!

Mini ‘Office’ reunion at the Emmys

Even though NBC’s hit comedy The Office ended two years ago, that doesn’t mean the cast isn’t still friends. Also, it isn’t going to keep at least part of the cast away from awards shows. On Sunday, Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey reunited at the Emmys. To be clear, they didn’t attend the awards show itself, but they did hit up the after parties and you know Michael Scott was feeling left out. Fischer (aka Pam Halpert née Beesly) and Kinsey (aka Angela Martin) are real-life best friends, unlike their characters on The Office, which they proved on Instagram with all of the adorable photos they shared from the Emmys.

The night before the actual awards show, they hit up some pre-Emmy parties, where they also had some mini-Office reunions. To my fellow Scranton and Dunder Mifflin fans, it’s as glorious as it sounds. If that isn’t enough, on Sunday night they had another Office reunion, which just might make those on Team Jim squirm. That’s right, Fischer met up with David Denman, who played Pam’s former fiancé Roy. Don’t worry, they didn’t look super cozy or anything like that. I’m pretty sure Fischer is still very much dedicated to John Krasinski’s Jim.

With that said, check out all of these adorable pictures and enjoy their #BFFEmmyParties fun. – Source

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‘The Hotwives of Las Vegas’ cast reveals favorite ‘Real Housewives’ role models

The stars of the satirical Hulu series “The Hotwives of Las Vegas” have revealed the “Real Housewives” on which they based their portrayals.

And one is a shocker – that, gasp, one of the “Hotwives” stars doesn’t watch any “Real Housewives” shows.

Can you imagine?

“Hotwives” launches its second season Aug. 18 on Hulu, which will release a new episode every week.

As part of the drumroll, each actress told TV writers which of Bravo’s many “real housewives” she is aiming to capture.

Casey Wilson (Tawny): “I was kind of a mix this season, Kim Zolciak (‘Atlanta’), maybe some Kenya Moore thrown in with a dash of Phaedra (‘Atlanta’) and Tamra Barney (‘OC’).”

Dannah Feinglass Phirman (Leona): “She’s based on Caroline Manzo from ‘New Jersey.’ Yeah, that’s pretty much what I was going for.”

Danielle Schneider (Shauna): “I kind of had a conglomerate of people. I was going for Shannon from ‘OC,’ who is just a little bird trying to keep up. And then there’s Taylor from ‘Beverly Hills.’ A lot of damaged, damaged ladies.”

Tymberlee Hill: (Phe Phe): “Mine was a mix, too. There was NeNe Leakes (‘Atlanta’) and I threw some Phaedra in there. I also had a big dose of Wendy Williams, who is not a housewife, but is an honorary housewife for all of the traffic she has brought through her show.”

Angela Savage (Veronica): “Yolanda Foster (‘Beverly Hills’) is the launching-off point for my character.”

Erinn Hayes (Callie, new this season, replacing Kristen Schaal’s Amanda): “My character is based on Carlton, from ‘Beverly Hills,’ who is a Wiccan.”

Angela Kinsey: (Crystal): Okay, I don’t watch ‘The Real Housewives.’ So I just tried to be someone who was really important about nothing.”

– Source