Jason Jones and Samantha Bee created the TBS comedy series The Detour, which just started its fourth season this week.
Who taught you about money? We asked celebrities Chrissy Metz, Nick Kroll, Ellie Kemper, Genevieve Gorder, Natalie Morales and Eva Amurri Martino.
Ask TV host and design queen Genevieve Gorder if she’s a saver or spender and, without pause, she will tell you this: “Saver. I’m Midwestern.”
Bryan Terrell Clark, who played George Washington in 'Hamilton' and Marvin Gaye in 'Motown: The Musical' talks about how he learned fiscal responsibility.
Actress Chrissy Metz, one of the stars on NBC's hit series 'This is Us', talks about growing up broke, why everyone should talk about money (even if it's hard), and what she learned working at McDonald's
Growing up 'This is Us’ star Chrissy Metz lived on the financial edge and she's not interested in going back.
NBC Anchor Natalie Morales and her husband have joint checking and savings accounts, but she has a separate account to trade stocks.
Ellie Kemper, star of Netflix’s (NFLX) “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” has some surprising career (and life) advice: It’s okay to quit. Really.
Years before she was singing along to “Hold On” in the movie “Bridesmaids,” Actress Ellie Kemper had her own songwriting credit.
The actress Ellie Kemper isn’t picking sides in the streaming wars. She pays for at least five services, including Netflix, which is home to her show “The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.”
Nick Kroll can justify a business class plane ticket from Los Angeles to New York, but not bottled water at the latest hot restaurant.
Comedian Nick Kroll says he doesn't invest in irresponsible companies. Putting it alongside oil drillers and firearm makers, Kroll said he won't invest in Facebook because "Facebook doesn't need to be the biggest company in the world at the expense of its users."