So this is it: Futurama’s final season. Again. The show was first cancelled in 2003, making Comedy Central’s decision to end the series this fall a cruel kind of anniversary gift: Congratulations on making it this far, dearest, and now let’s never see each other again. Show More Summary
Recently, Comedy Central's other flagship program, The Colbert Report opted to take a break, as well, in response to the death of host Stephen Colbert?s mother. However, reports indicate that The Colbert Report will return to its scheduled programming tonight.
Coming off a supersized season, Comedy Central recently released Workaholics: Season 3 on to Blu-ray and DVD. The 2-disc Blu-ray set comes jam-packed with twenty Season 1 episodes, as well as a ton of bonus features, including the aptly titled ?Drunkmentary? in place of the audio commentary. Show More Summary
What’s On TV Tonight? – 6/19/2013 via Rickey.org The final season of Futurama premieres on Comedy Central with back-to-back episodes! But what else is on TV tonight? The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
The Comedy Central show has been in repeats since last Thursday. read more
The show, which features drunken history lessons from celebrities, has been picked up for an 8-episode run.
Twitter announced a partnership with Viacom on Wednesday to create social video advertising campaigns around programs on MTV, CMT, VH1, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central and others The partnership will launch with the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. Show More Summary
"We need less adventures, not more adventures." We the longtime fans of Futurama would disagree with Cyclopean Leela's assessment as the delightfully berserk outer-space toon begins its final run on Comedy Central (Wednesday, 10/9),Show More Summary
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, June 19. All times are Eastern. TOP PICK Futurama (Comedy Central, 10 p.m.): TV shows are just ending all over the place! Last week, in this very space, Don’t Trust The B---- In Apt....Show More Summary
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“Futurama’s” general lot in life was underappreciation. Matt Groening and David X. Cohen’s lovably nerdy cartoon series premiered in 1999 on Fox to mixed reviews and the afterglow of Groening’s “Simpsons” success. In what has to be one...Show More Summary
– Stephen Colbert lunching at Old Ebbitt Grill Sunday with his wife and daughter. Had the steak salad, posed for a photo with his server. Looked like a nice Father’s Day moment for the Comedy Central star, who has been … Continue reading ?
Via YouGov's 2013 Brand Index: Falling out of the top 20 this year: iPad, Disneyland/Disney World, Apple, Advil, LG, Starbucks, Comedy Central, iPod, and Skype. Returning from last year: YouTube, Netflix, Samsung, Aleve, Subway, Target, Kindle, Ford, Android, iPhone and PBS. Show More Summary
Comedy Central's adaptation of the acclaimed internet series Drunk History will debut on July 9.
Reggie Watts to star in Comedy Central's adaption of Jordan Pope Roush's Bad Advice From My Brother blog.
Things have been quiet on the Dave Chappelle front since the comedian walked away from his Comedy Central sketch show in 2005 and starred in Michel Gondry’s 2006 docu Dave Chappelle’s Block Party, save for scattered stand-up appearances over the years. Show More Summary
Mike Castle and Miles Fisher will headline the half-hour pilot based on Jordan Pope Roush's blog of the same name. read more
Miles Fisher (Final Destination 5) and Mike Castle will topline the Comedy Central pilot Bad Advice From My Brother, lifting the contingency on the project. Reggie Watts co-stars in the project, based on Jordan Pope Roush’s blog of the...Show More Summary
Ben Gibbard and Jimmy Tamborello will bring The Postal Service to Comedy Central’s Colbert Report on Wednesday. The duo is in the midst of a reunion tour and also released a new single this year titled A Tattered Line of String as part of the 10th Anniversary edition of their album Give Up. Show More Summary
Comedian Lewis Black took to his "Back in Black" segment on Comedy Central's The Daily Show to discuss what he sees as growing privacy concerns related to Microsoft's Xbox One. Black specifically pokes fun at the expected improvements...Show More Summary