What TV was Philly downloading this summer? These are the most-watched on-demand shows locally. Pretty spicy stuff.
1. The Strain (FX)
Catch Joel McHale while you can. The hardest-working funnyman in show business is taking advantage of a rare lull in his schedule to bring his stand-up act to the Music Box at the Borgata for two shows (7 and 10 p.m.) on Sept. 13.
Small notices were taped to various surfaces at the Susquehanna Bank Center before Saturday night's Oddball Comedy Festival: "Amy Schumer will not be performing tonight."
Neal Brennan's show-biz career is going exactly according to his devious plan.
"I'm going to give my best years to writing," the slender comedian says. "Then when my looks hit the wall, I'm going to move over to performing."
A true child of TV, David Hiltbrand has worked as a critic at People and as a columnist and editor at TV Guide.