BY BUST Magazine
on Feb 24, 2015
This exclusive interview is from BUST's Feb/March 2015 issue, on stands now!
Female fans around the world are downright obsessed with
Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer’s hit comedy series Broad City. Here, the pair gets real about Girls, plays “Fuck/Marry/Kill,” and recalls how Amy Poehler made them freak out
Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer are two of comedy’s hottest stars, and they are about to drive a convertible off a cliff. Rather, ... Read More
BY Holly Trantham
on Jan 27, 2015
Broad City, like the adjective in its title, is all over the place: It is laugh out loud physical comedy, wry observational humor, and an endearing tale of lady friendship all in one.
Creators and Stars Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer are seriously killing it as the hottest duo on television these days (yep, we said it and we meant it!).
Lucky for us (and you, dear reader!), they are also the funny, fearsome cover ladies on our February/March 2015 issue. Pick up ... Read More
BY Ada Guzman
on Jan 21, 2015
THAT'S RIGHT. Abbi and Ilana met up with Corin, Carrie, and Janet at the Ace Hotel last week for a super sweet Q&A sesh (why oh why were we not in on this one?!). All five ladies are on top of the world right now, between a new season of Broad City and the band's U.S. tour and album (not to mention a little show called Portlandia you may have heard of).
Abbi and Ilana checked with the trio about No Cities To Love, their life on the road, and what it's like to ... Read More
BY Ada Guzman
on Jan 15, 2015
We were so ready for Broad City to come back. It’s like the weird but awesome BFFs you made in college are swinging back into town you just know something insane is about to go down once a week for a while. And now that Comedy Central is definitely renewing our gal pal duo for a third season, we can relaxed about potential separation anxiety. #FTW
But there is EVEN MORE AWESOME NEWS on the Broad City front: a brand new app called the Broad City Keyboard is ... Read More
BY Audrey Cerchiara
on Nov 10, 2014
Come on, we never got out! They left us!
If you feel like your best friends have been on vacation in a remote desert without wifi ever since the first season of Broad City on Comedy Central wrapped up, then consider this trailer for the Jan. 14 premiere a sweet postcard that took four days for Abbi to buy, three days for Ilana to write, and a month for them to mail. We can’t wait to have these ladies back in our lives! Until then, reruns and ... Read More
BY Emily Robinson
on Jun 26, 2014
Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, creators and stars of the webseries-turn-Comedy Central hit Broad City, are not so secretly feminist. Even just a quick google search for “Broad City feminist” yields pages of positive results.
So it should be no surprise to find that they definitely confirmed it in this Popsugar interview. “I would totally say I’m a feminist,” Jacobson says.
And unlike many celebrities, the two actually ... Read More
BY Maddie Maschger
on Jun 02, 2014
Celebrities. We know 'em, we love 'em, and there are a select few that never fail to inspire us. As such, it's all the more exciting when we find out two of our favorite ladies see in each other what we see in them. What could be better than two of your personal heroines swapping clothes, sipping beers, and collaborating? These are the friendships we can't get enough of:
1. Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, co-stars and creators; comediennes extraordinaire. First ... Read More
BY Mary Rockcastle
on Apr 21, 2014
I just watched 3 minutes of Ilana Glazer rolling around a floor in bubble wrap and then smashing her face into a cake.
I know you are probably thinking, "Why the hell would you watch that?" Well personally I will watch anything Glazer does, as a huge fan of her Comedy Central show Broad City. The show itself started off as a web series created by Glazer and co-star Abbi Jacobson about two girls living a hysterically real and yet completely absurd life in Brooklyn. ... Read More
BY Amy Carlberg
on Apr 04, 2014
When comedian Liza Dye of NYC's Upright Citizens Brigade was struck by a B train on February 13, the New York Post said she was nothing more than a "straphanger" who didn't have her wits about her.
In fact, the opposite is true. The very witty Liza Dye was not even looking at her phone that morning. Actually, she's so witty that she even joked with the passengers whose train she inadvertently delayed: "I'm sorry I made you late for work!" If you were in the New ... Read More