About Us

We tell fun, original stories that make people laugh.

Funny Or Die (FOD) is a premiere entertainment brand and independent comedy studio that creates award-winning, premium comedy with today’s biggest stars and tomorrow’s freshest voices.

Funny Or Die reaches a global audience of more than 40 million people across all our social platforms. The company has produced the critically-acclaimed Brockmire for IFC, Emmy-nominated Billy on the Street, the Peabody award-winning American Vandal for Netflix, the Emmy-nominated Sarah Silverman series I Love You, America for Hulu, and the feature films, Between Two Ferns: The Movie for Netflix, and Impractical Jokers: The Movie for Warner Media.

Funny Or Die’s new true crime documentary series For Heaven’s Sake recently premiered on Paramount+ as did the new animated fourth season of No Activity. Funny Or Die produced two primetime specials in 2020, Essential Heroes: A Momento Latino Event on CBS, and Feeding America Comedy Festival on NBC.

We have a passion for treating talent well and making premium comedy that never fails to surprise people, including ourselves. With those principles as our constant guide, we look forward to dominating the known comedy universe and one day, perhaps, maybe even breaking even.

Funny Or Die was founded in 2007 with Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Chris Henchy’s infamous “The Landlord” video and has since become a comedy juggernaut. In May 2021, Henry R. Muñoz III, a national leader in design, healthcare and cultural empowerment, announced that he had acquired Funny Or Die and now serves as its sole owner.

We hope you like the site. If you have comments, suggestions, or don’t like our driving feel free to message us via our Contact page.

And we’ve won a few awards along the way, too.

Here are a few of the accolades we’ve earned over the years.

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PROJECT AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

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2020 - Webby - Websites, Humor: (Winner)

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2019 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Short Form Variety Series: "Gay of Thrones" (Nominee)

2019 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Short Form Variety Series: "Billy on the Street" (Nominee)

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2019 - Webby - Websites, Humor: (Nominee)

2019 - Webby - Social, Humor: (Nominee)

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2019 - Webby - Comedy, Long Form or Series: "IMDb Me with Jack Black" (Nominee)

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2018 - Critic's Choice - Best Actor in a Comedy Series: Hank Azaria, "Brockmire" (Nominee)

2018 - Critic's Choice - Best Limited Series: "American Vandal" (Nominee)

2018 - Peabody - Entertainment: "American Vandal" (Winner)

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2018 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Short Form Variety Series: "Gay of Thrones" (Nominee)

2018 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series: "American Vandal" (Nominee)

2018 - Critic's Choice - Best Limited Series: "American Vandal" (Nominee)

2018 - Critic's Choice - Best Actor for a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series: Jimmy Tatro, "American Vandal" (Nominee)

2018 - Critic's Choice - Best Actor in a Comedy Series: Hank Azaria, "Brockmire" (Nominee)

2018 - Peabody - Futures of Media: "Miyubi" (Winner)

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2018 - Webby - Social, Humor: (Winner)

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2018 - Webby - Websites, Humor: (Nominee)

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2017 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Variety Sketch Series: "Billy on the Street" (Nominee)

2017 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Actor in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series: Ben Schwartz, "The Earliest Show" (Nominee)

2017 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Actor in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series: Jason Ritter, "Tale of Titans" (Nominee)

2017 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Actor in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series: John Michael Higgins, "Tween Fest" (Nominee)

2017 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series: Lauren Lapkus, "The Earliest Show" (Nominee)

2017 - Webby - Websites, Humor: (Nominee)

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2016 - Emmy?� - Social TV Experience: "@midnight" (Winner)

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2016 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Short Form Variety Series: "Gay of Thrones" (Nominee)

2016 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series: Janet Varney, "Everyone's Crazy But Us" (Nominee)

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2016 - Webby - Websites, Humor: (Nominee)

2016 - Webby - Video Remixes/Mash-Ups: "Office Space with Michael Bolton" (Nominee)

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2015 - Adweek Watch - Best Copywriting: "The Advertising Prophet" (Winner)

2015 - Adweek Watch - Best Male Talent: "The Advertising Prophet" (Winner)

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2015 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media - Social TV Experience: "@midnight" (Winner)

2015 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Interactive Program: "@midnight" (Nominee)

2015 - Webby - Websites, Humor: (Nominee)

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2015 - Webby - Overall Social Presence: (Nominee)

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2014 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special: Sarah Silverman, "We Are Miracles" (Winner)

2014 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie: Kristen Wiig, "Spoils of Babylon" (Nominee)

2014 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music: "Spoils of Babylon" (Nominee)

2014 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Interactive Program: "@midnight" (Nominee)

2014 - Webby - Websites, Humor: (Winner)

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2014 - Webby - People's Voice Award in Social, Best Writing: (Winner)

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2013 - Webby - Comedy Short Form: "The Wire: The Musical" (Winner)

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2013 - Webby - Websites, Humor: (Nominee)

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2013 - Daytime Emmy?� - Best Game Show Host: Billy Eichner, "Billy on the Street" (Nominee)

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2013 - Emmy?� - Outstanding Short Format Live-Action Entertainment Program: "Between Two Ferns" (Nominee)

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2012 - Webby - Websites, Humor: (Nominee)

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2012 - Webby - Variety: "Between Two Ferns" (Nominee)

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2012 - Digiday Video Award: "Tom Brady's Wicked Accent" (Winner)

2011 - Webby - Film and Video Person of the Year: (Winner)

2011 - Webby - Websites, Humor: (Winner)

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2011 - Webby - Best Personality/Host: Zach Galifianakis, "Between Two Ferns" (Winner)

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2011 - Webby - Variety: "Between Two Ferns" (Nominee)

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2010 - Webby - Comedy, Long Form or Series: "Between Two Ferns" (Nominee)

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2009 - Webby - Comedy Short Form: "Prop 8: The Musical" (Winner)

2009 - GLAAD Media - Special Recognition: "Prop 8: The Musical" (Winner)

2009 - Entertainment Weekly - Best of the Decade, #19: "The Landlord" (Winner)

2007 - Time Magazine - 50 Best Websites of 2007: (Winner)