About half a year after the New York Times did, the Colbert Report on Comedy Central attack the folk of "Free Keene" (a one-town offshot of sorts of New Hampshire's wider Free State Project, though I'm sure FSP folk are quite glad that his...Show More Summary
The satirical tradition is thousands of years old. Two Comedy Central stars helped a "Parks & Rec" writer get real
Larry Wilmore's previously announced Comedy Central show is officially hitting screens this January, but it's no longer called "The Minority Report." "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore" -- previously announced as "The Minority Report With Larry Wilmore" -- will premiere Monday, Jan. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — The Minority Report With Larry Wilmore was a laudably clever title, but it won't be affixed to the Daily Show correspondent's Jan. 19 debut in place of Stephen Colbert, who's departing for CBS as David Letterman's replacement...Show More Summary
ComedyCentral’supcomingLarryWilmore showhasreceivedalittlemakeoverjustmonthsbeforeitsdebut.NowtitledTheNightlyShowwithLarryWilmore,theprogramwilltakeoverTheColbertReport’s 11:30pmtimeslotfollowingTheDailyShowonJanuary19.FromtheNewYorkTimes:“Itbecamecomplicated,”Mr.Wilmoreexplained,becausetheonlywaytoretaintheoriginaltitlewouldhavebeentoalwaysuseitinthecompleteform.
Watch Comedy Central duo Key and Peele spoof a televised 1980s aerobics competition. (Yes, the same one that syncs up perfectly with "Shake It Off.") Warning: It gets a little twisted. But! It does show that those chipper dancers won't stop movin' for anything. H/T Uproxx
Comedy Central Video This Stephen Colbert bit hilariously illustrates the essential douchebagginess of libertarians, as he discovers a gang of delusional "patriots" fighting back against the tyranny of parking meters in Keene, New Hampshire. If the republic is to survive, it will be no thanks to these asshats.
After working together for 10 years, Comedy Central stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele find out how well they actually know each other.
Comedy Central is going for a theme with the names of its late-night shows — The Daily Show, The Nightly Show, @midnight. The network's new 11:30 PM program, which will replace The Colbert Report, will be titled The Nightly Show with...Show More Summary
Are you ready for more of Comedy Central?s signature brand of witty commentary? Well get ready for The Minority Report with Larry Wilmore. No, wait, the former Daily Show correspondent?s new series will actually be going by a different name now. Click To Continue Reading
On his Tuesday broadcast, Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” anchor Jon Stewart attacked newly-reelected House Minority Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) for her insistence that Rep. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), a double amputee Iraq War veteran whose pregnancy has made her unable to travel, could not vote by proxy in House Democratic leadership elections. Show More Summary
Larry Wilmore’s upcoming Comedy Central show has a new name, and it rings a bell for fans of the network’s late-night
As predicted by a trio of bald psychics floating in a tub, Larry Wilmore has decided that he probably shouldn’t call his upcoming Comedy Central talk show The Minority Report With Larry Wilmore. This move, which was reported by The New...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert is on the downhill slide for his Comedy Central show "The Colbert Report." He signs off for good on Dec. 18 and won't appear regularly on TV again until his CBS show starts up sometime later in 2015. But his new network is making sure he's got plenty to do. He'll be hosting...
Dave Chappelle is best known for his hit comedy "Chappelle's Show," but the comedian had the chance to be a TV star before the Comedy Central series. Chappelle revealed he was in 11 different failed TV show pilots in a new in interview with GQ. Show More Summary
Dave Chappelle returned to the spotlight earlier this year when he performed sold-out shows at Radio City Music Hall for one week straight. 10 years ago, the comedian walked away from a hit series on Comedy Central and a reported $50 million contract. Show More Summary
From the November 17 edition of Comedy Central's The Daily Show: Previously: Fox News Can't Decide Whether Executive Action On Immigration Is Constitutional Or Not Right-Wing Media Wrong About The Legality Of The Upcoming Executive Orders On Immigration Right-Wing Media Build Faulty Case That Obama Is "Lawless"
Stephen Colbert is ending his Comedy Central show, "The Colbert Report," in one month, but that doesn't mean he isn't still interested in grabbing those all-important Nielsen ratings.
Comedian Dave Chappelle is back. The comic, who walked away from a king?s ransom after his mega-hit sketch comedy program Chappelle?s Show was picked up by Comedy Central with a new and very lucrative contract, seems to finally be at ease with his past. Here's what he wants to do now. Click To Continue Reading