If you're not caught up on The Walking Dead or if you're a bit fatigued from engaging with all that discourse, take a break with this short clip from Comedy Central's The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail in which Kumail Nanjiani and Yeun yell about their firm beliefs that aliens exist and the government is likely hiding them from us.
Talk about awkward—presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton turned Thursday night's annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation charity dinner into a Comedy Central roast. Well, at least they shook hands this time, unlike at the debate. Show More Summary
“The Comedy Central show Drunk History invited Fox Sports 1’s Katie Nolan to share a boozy historical anecdote this week about Teddy Roosevelt‘s role in bringing the forward pass to football. If you’re not familiar with Drunk History, the premise involves celebrities and other contributors telling historical tales while ostensibly inebriated. Here’s an excerpt of […]
A sitcom that has had a good run on cable appears to be winding down, with Nellie Andreeva reporting on Deadline.com that the upcoming seventh season of Comedy Central’s “Workaholics” is expected to be the show’s last. Andreeva notes that...
Fox has handed a put pilot commitment to Pigeon, a half-hour single-camera comedy toplined by Anders Holm, one of the stars of Comedy Central’s long-running comedy Workaholics. The cable series is in the middle of a two-season pickup. Show More Summary
CLINTON-TRUMP III!! SOUTH PARK!! SURVIVOR!! Gal Gadot On KIMMEL!! Wednesday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Comedy Central says of tonight’s “Douche And A Danish”: “Giant Douche wants out of the race.” Last week former “Family Guy” writer David Wright saved attorney Jessica Lucas with his hidden immunity idol. Show More Summary
The Comedy Central star highlighted the similar interviews Melania Trump gave CNN and Fox News.
The show is based on Benson's popular YouTube show 'Getting Doug With High.' read more
Comedy Central has figured out part of its late-night lineup solution for 2017, and it involves getting high. Paging Doug Benson! Comedy Central announced today it has ordered a 15-minute weeknight late-night series from Benson, The High Court, which will see the comedian smoke up marijuana to get high before ruling on real-life small claims […]
Comedy Central has given the green light to The High Court, a new 15-minute strip series from comedian Doug Benson for premiere in 2017. It features Judge Doug as he gets high and rules on real small claims court cases. The conceptShow More Summary
Comedy Central exec Miro Terrell has moved to UTA as a television agent. In her new role, Terrell will work across the TV Talent and TV Literary departments to represent comedic actors and writers in the television space and lend her expertise to package specials for UTA clients. Show More Summary
Trans actress Alexandra Grey (Transparent, We Will Rise) gave a history lesson on the Stonewall Riots, Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera in a recent episode of Comedy Central’s Drunk History. For those unfamiliar, the show has inebriated narr… Read The post Drunk History Recaps the Stonewall Riots and Honors Marsha P. Johnson – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Ahead of tonight’s Season 3 premiere, Comedy Central has ordered a fourth season of its storytelling stand-up series This Is Not Happening for premiere in 2017. The show features Ari Shaffir, who also executive produces, and his comedian friends telling stories in front of a live audience at Cheetahs in Hollywood. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: The Trailer Park Boys are coming back to Netflix with a new season later this month, but Comedy Central is making a new series with the long running mockumentary’s creator Mike Clattenburg. The home of The Daily Show and Canada's...Show More Summary
In this week's episode of Drunk History, "Bar Fights," Crissle West recounts the real, non-Roland Emmerichy version of the Stonewall Riots story. Significant in that it gives credit to where it is due, to the badasses that were Marsha P....
This is more like it. Crissle West — writer, comedian, and co-host of The Read podcast — popped by Comedy Central’s Drunk History this week to dutifully drain a few glasses of hooch and retell the story of the Stonewall Riots, and Marsha. P. Johnson’s instigating place in it. Related: Stonewall Might Be The Year’s Most Insulting Film, But Not [...]
Recently, Viacom announced that its portfolio of premium networks will launch on the new AT&T streaming service DirectTV Now. Starting in the fourth quarter of 2016, Viacom’s popular networks, such as Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon and others, will be available to DirecTV Now customers. As consumption of programming on digital platforms increases, Viacom is ensuring that […]
The format is based on a popular Los Angeles live show and first aired as a special on the cabler in August. read more
Goddamn! The Goddamn Comedy Jam special proved successful enough this summer for Comedy Central to order up eight more episodes for cable TV in 2017 -- even if they're dropping the profanity from the title, and just calling it The Comedy Jam from here on out. “We have been working under the false impression that […]
Comedy Central’s Comedy Jam Special that aired in August is transitioning to a weekly series. The network has ordered eight episodes of The Comedy Jam based on the special for premiere in 2017. Born from one of the hottest live shows...Show More Summary