#Santa Inc

Seth Rogen and Sarah Silverman Can’t Save ‘Santa Inc.’ From Misguided Raunchiness: TV Review

Christmas is big business for TV; the content mill of light romantic comedies set around the holidays and celebrity-driven specials has come to make December feel, at moments, like a forced march of glee. In all, though, Christmas entertainment of the Hallmark-movie variety seems intended to bring a smile to the face and lighten the mood — a lovely thing, if saccharine when taken to extremes. That cloying sweetness around December each year makes “Santa Inc.” seem, in theory, like a corrective. The animated series, created by Alexandra Rushfield and starring Sarah Silverman and Seth Rogen, posits a North Pole that’s...
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Seth Rogen Believes His HBO Max Show ‘Santa Inc.’ Is Being Review Bombed By ‘White Supremacists’

HBO Max’s R-rated Santa Inc., a stop-motion animated series about an elf voiced by Sarah Silverman who wants to become the first female Santa, has a three percent audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. That’s not good. Over on IMDb, it has an even worse rating of 1.1 out of 10. Either Santa Inc. is bad, or it’s pissing off the right people.
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What’s On Tonight: ‘Santa Inc.’ And ‘Baking It’ Bring You Two Outstanding Duos For The Holiday Season

Santa Inc (HBO Max series) — In this stop-motion animated series, the perpetually jolly Seth Rogen voices what seems like Santa while Sarah Silverman plays the dedicated elf who’s seeking to become the first lady Santa. Let’s hope she kicks some butt and rises above all the dude candidates, and you’ll also hear the voices of Craig Robinson, Nicholas Braun, Maria Bamford, Leslie Grossman, Gabourey Sidibe, and Joel Kim Booster along the way.

Santa Inc. starring Seth Rogen becomes lowest-rated TV show ever

Seth Rogen stars as Santa Claus in a new holiday comedy series that doesn’t seem to be bringing “joy to the world.”. Santa Inc., a new HBO max series released December 2, has scored staggeringly low on Rotten Tomatoes and has earned the lowest rating ever on IMDB. It received...

‘Santa Inc’ Sets December Premiere on HBO Max, Reveals Full Cast and First-Look Photos (EXCLUSIVE)

HBO Max’s “Santa Inc” is set for a Dec. 2 premiere, with Leslie Grossman, Gabourey Sidibe, Craig Robinson, Nicholas Braun, Maria Bamford, Joel Kim Booster added to the cast, Variety has learned exclusively. “Santa Inc” is an adult stop-motion animated holiday series that consists of eight episodes (all of which will be released at once) and stars Seth Rogen as Santa and Sarah Silverman as an intrepid elf named Candy Smalls who is currently the No. 2 executive vice president and Santa Inc but wants to become Santa’s first female successor. Grossman plays Cookie, who is described as a “frazzled and loudmouthed gingerbread...

It’s the Most Wonderful Seth Rogen Interview of the Year

Grinches aren’t born, they’re raised. When Seth Rogen was booked to appear at this year’s Vulture Festival in Los Angeles, it was to have a light chat with his friend and collaborator Sarah Silverman about the holiday season and Santa Inc., the new animated Christmas show they co-star in, which premieres on HBO Max today. Unfortunately, Silverman was under the weather and couldn’t attend, leaving Rogen to reveal himself as a holiday skeptic, tell children Santa isn’t real, and shit on the merits of turkey. Also to have a delightful conversation about where he’s at as an artist, famous person, and collaborator.

Seth Rogen’s Santa Inc. Is Succession with Elves

Seth Rogen discusses playing Santa in his animated comedy series Santa Inc. and lays out how the show is Succession if it took place in the North Pole. We and our partners use cookies on this site to improve our service, perform analytics, personalize advertising, measure advertising performance, and remember website preferences. By using the site, you consent to these cookies. For more information on cookies including how to manage your consent visit our cookie policy.
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10 new holiday specials to watch this month

George Bailey and the "Peanuts" gang make great holiday guests. But their behavior can get a bit predictable. Just once, I'd like to see Linus Van Pelt shake things up by reciting from the Gospel According to Kanye West. I'd never suggest abandoning old friends but you might want to consider also inviting these newer treats into your home:

Seth Rogen Would Love to Tell Your Kids Santa’s Not Real

Though he’s playing Santa in HBO Max’s upcoming stop-motion animated series Santa, Inc., Seth Rogen revealed just how little familiarity he has with the holiday during a Vulture Festival conversation. Growing up in a Jewish household and attending a Jewish elementary school, a young Rogen only had films as his point of reference; Home Alone in particular taught him everything he knows about Christmas. Despite this lack of personal connection with the holiday, he still finds it fascinating as an outsider looking in.

Sarah Silverman's Got Jesus Jokes For Christmas On 'Late Night', Oy Vey!

Comedian Sarah Silverman just slayed her promotion of “Santa Inc.” on “Late Night.” (Watch the video above.) The former “I Love You, America” star chatted on Tuesday with host Seth Meyers about voicing an ambitious elf in the HBO Max animated comedy series about the business of Christmas. The two discussed the prominent role Jews have played in writing Christmas songs and in making “Santa Inc.,” which features Seth Rogen as Santa.

What's on TV for Friday, Dec. 3

A holiday-themed season of The Great British Baking Show arrives today!. Basketball: The Los Angeles Clippers take on the Los Angeles Lakers. New Magnum P.I.: Magnum starts following Higgins to discover what she's been hiding. See what's on live TV where you live with What to Watch's full U.S. TV...