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In May 6’s Season 2 premiere, Garrett’s Roy Martin arrives in LA from Las Vegas, hoping to reignite his comedy career.

On the set: Vegas comic Brad Garrett joins the cast of Showtime’s ‘I’m Dying Up Here’

May 3rd, 2018

In May 6’s Season 2 premiere, Garrett’s Roy Martin arrives in LA from Las Vegas, hoping to reignite his comedy career.

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    A new season of Las Vegas’ own hit reality show will premiere at 9 p.m. March 30.

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    Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, which relocated for its 10th season, is the perfect show for right now.

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    Celebrity chef wants to inspire people through food and fitness.

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    While some of the historical details are fascinating, the crime drama around them is tedious and tiresome in any era.

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    The show often gets compared to The Twilight Zone, because each episode is a stand-alone narrative that’s tends to be really weird.

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    Despite its title, it’s not really about Gianni Versace. It’s about his killer.

  • Film

    “Hopefully we’ll be a huge hit, and they’ll open up the purse and we can come to Vegas and do all of our things.”

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    Ryan Murphy is known for pushing the envelope. Not here.

  • Film

    With jokes about strippers, quickie weddings and niche conventions, the show doesn’t have an original take on Vegas.

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    What unstead The Americans on Josh Bell’s annual list?

  • A&E

    Flip or Flop, Outdoor Nevada and more.

  • Film

    So far neither captures the excitement and creativity of the best Marvel movies (or comic books).

  • Intersection

    One of the city’s most beloved cake destinations is about to get the celebrity-chef treatment with its own series.

  • A&E

    It stars Jonathan Groff, best known appearing in Glee and Hamilton.

  • Film

    When it premiered in 1998, it was groundbreaking for its matter-of-fact depiction of the friendship between a gay man and a straight woman.

  • Film

    The Gifted’s pilot is fast-paced and exciting, with several intense chase sequences and some smartly deployed special effects.

  • Film

    Already depicted in two 1994 network-TV movies, a recent Lifetime movie and numerous newsmagazines, the case has little new material to explore.

  • Film

    Is it funny enough to sustain an eight-episode series? The answer, surprisingly, is mostly yes.

  • Film

    It’s unlikely to overshadow The Wire, but it’s the most accessible and purely entertaining show David Simon has worked on since that iconic Baltimore crime ...

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    Organizers praise "an amazing event" for the Sin City 8 weekender despite multiple venue changes, vow to try again in 2019.

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    The second annual Summer Cookout raised more than $18,000 for Three Square Food Bank.

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    Skeptics say the money should have gone to education, but Mark Davis believes the benefits of having the Raiders here will help ease tensions.

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    The Golden Knights’ amazing inaugural season ultimately came to an end with a gut-wrenching loss in the Stanley Cup Final, but the world of hockey ...

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    On the worst days, there’s a toilet bowl ring of smog around the valley. You may not notice it if you spend most of your ...

  • A&E

    Manilow is expected to return to the stage on June 21.

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    "After five months I think I’m fitting into the character and making it my own."

  • Dining

    Running June 18-29 this year, it provides affordable opportunities to dine at spots you’ve always wanted to try, with a portion of the proceeds going ...

  • Nightlife

    Not only does it provide free entry to all guests every day of the week, it has affordable cabanas and drinks, plus live entertainment.

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    Hold on. There’s meat here, and it’s treated well.

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    In the little time Samantha Mejia has been in Las Vegas, she applied for about 20 jobs and had six interviews. However, she said being ...

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    Blending cultures and cuisines has always been at the heart of what he does.

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    His rap battle with Drake might grab headlines and spark memes, but it can’t overshadow the brilliance of Pusha’s first album since 2015.

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    It will draw 610,000 new convention attendees per year and create an additional 7,800 additional full-time jobs, according to the LVCVA.

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    Get the most bang for your buck with the combo plates, featuring pork ribs and chicken.

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    If you showed up expecting “Closer,” “Down In It” or “Hurt,” frontman Trent Reznor sent you home thirsty.

  • A&E

    He used his first show back at Caesars Palace to debut some songs from his upcoming 30th studio album.