ABC News' Cathy Becker reports:
During its six-season run on HBO in the 1990s, "The Larry Sanders Show" was a sitcom with a serrated edge, serving up painfully awkward comic moments.
The show starred Garry Shandling as the selfish, neurotic Sanders, who hosted "The Larry Sanders Show," a fictional late-night talk show. It focuses on the behind-the-scenes work to produce the show, and often featured celebrity guest stars playing themselves.
Jeffrey Tambor shined as Sanders' sidekick, Hank Kingsley, who was known for his "Hey, now" catchphrase.
Mary Lynn Rajskub played Mary Lou. Penny Johnson Jerald was Beverly, Sanders' assistant. Wallace Langham was Phil, the show's head writer, and Rip Torn played Sanders' executive producer, Artie.
At a reunion for Entertainment Weekly magazine, the cast reflected on how cutting-edge the show was.
"Well, first of all, it was very exciting because I knew from the very beginning what I was intoRead More »from Cast of 'The Larry Sanders Show' Reunites, Thanks to Entertainment Weekly