The Emmys happened last night.
Now we really care about television, but it's often tough to find room to care about the Emmys. You probably feel something similar.
This year had a few notable moments, so let us just share them with you so you'll know what went down.
In a smoke filled room, three comedians sit down to play a high stakes game of confessions and lies.
Amy Poehler, Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon take turns delivering what might be a lie or the truth. Try to sniff out the difference!
It's been a terribly long wait, but as of tomorrow, July 16, we will find ourselves finally back in Camp Firewood.
Our kind overlords at Netfilx will open up the camp gates to Wet Hot American Summer and we're sure to binge all of it as soon as we can.
It's always a joy whenever Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are in the same room together. So, it was nice of them to share that with America when they strode their bad selves across the Tonight Show stage July 14.
They were also kind enough to share their first co-starring film since 2008's Baby Momma. It's a story where that dynamic duo plays oblivious sisters and is, fittingly, titled Sisters.
It's not amazing, but you're sure to find a few chuckles in the trailer.
It seems like it's been forever, but finally Really!? with Seth and Amy makes its triumphant return. The subject: Women's sports.
It's sad to not her Don Pardo announce it in his classic voice, but it's nice to see the segment again.
It was already announced earlier this year that the 2001 comedy would make a return as a Netflix series, with pretty much all of the original cast returning (even though many have become pretty huge names in their own right).
Netflix released photos of the show in production May 22, confirming that we all weren't having a collective fever dream when the news initially dropped.
The 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards took place this weekend and the comedic duo of Amy Poehler and Tina Fey has done it again! Comedic stunts such as "accidentally" mispronouncing Tom Hanks' name and a timely impression of Michael Bay kept the laughter rolling all night. Digg has put together a short highlight reel that nicely sums up the reason we all love these two fantastic comedians.