The show "Another Period" may be set in the Gilded Age, but it's all about the absurdity of our times. Wednesday's episode of Comedy Central's Another Period (created by and starring comedians Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome) perfectly captured the insanity of opposing gun control in the wake of the Orlando mass shooting. Show More Summary
Amy Schumer created a sketch for her Comedy Central series Inside Amy Schumer that dealt with gun violence, but it did not air. Now, the 35-year-old actress and comedian has released the deleted sketch online. “Have you ever been injured in a mass shooting or other gun crime? Do you want justice?” the lawyer featured [...]
On HBO’s Real Time Overtime segment, Comedy Central host Larry Wilmore warned that the battle between presumptive nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is going to be a big one. The panel conversation began with a discussion over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders “mixed message”...
When it comes to filling out the guest star roster for the second season of Comedy Central’s turn-of-the century satire Another Period, creators and stars Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindome have an embarrassment of riches given their footprint...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: The fourth season of Comedy Central’s Drunk History will return on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 10:30PM with the first episode entitled “Great Escapes.” Part of the plan next season is to have each episode focus on a theme rather than a city, which was the scenario during season one. Show More Summary
Demonick Nati, a publicist in Los Angeles, went to an event and met Shaquille "Shaq" O'Neal, who you might know from the Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber and also the NBA. While the program's rules said no cell phone photography, Nati snuck a picture. Show More Summary
Specs Name Sam Richardson Age 32 Claim to fame Stars as Richard Splett on HBO's Veep (Sundays, 10:30 p.m.); appears in Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates (July 8) and Ghostbusters (July 15); co-creator of the new Comedy Central series Detroiters...Show More Summary
In the landscape of late night television, Comedy Central’s @midnight stands alone. While post-primetime real estate is mostly populated with variety talk shows like NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and such political satires as Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, the unique @midnight is a game show/stand-up hybrid with some sketches thrown in. Show More Summary
Previously in our oral history of Comedy Central: Comedy kingdoms united, South Park rose, and The Daily Show spoke truth to power. In this installment: Dave Chappelle conquers the world (then abdicates his throne), a visit from theShow More Summary
What if Comedy Central was overrated to begin with? Hmm… Photo by Peabody Awards
The boardroom battle raging at media company Viacom Inc. has roiled one oft-forgotten contingent: Viacom’s workforce. Over the last six months, Viacom employees at MTV, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, VH1, BET and Paramount Pictures have been distracted, first by a salacious court case pitting 93-year-old...
To promote this weekend’s release of buddy comedy Central Intelligence, Kevin Hart stopped by The Late Show with James Corden for a visit, but it wasn’t for a friendly chat or interview. Rather, it was for a round of Corden’s rap-battle sketch “Drop the Mic.” In short, the two comedians brutally destroyed each other. While […]
by Wm. Steven Humphrey Okay, guys—THIS IS FUNNY. Check out this clip from Comedy Central's Not Safe with Nikki Glaser as she and comedian Kristen Schaal improv some dialogue into the ears of porn actors shooting a sex scene. While it's definitely NSFW, they cover some very important points regarding HR and women's rights in the workplace. Show More Summary
‘Central Intelligence’ Screening In NY On Tuesday, NYC influencers and tastemakers descended on Manhattan for a screening of the new Kevin Hart and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson buddy comedy, ‘Central Intelligence.’ hosted by Blogxilla. Vh1’s “Black Ink Crew” was in
When Another Period launched on Comedy Central last year, it was billed as a blend of Keeping Up With The Kardashians and Downton Abbey. While that description was apt at the beginning, over the course of its 10-episode first season, the show became something more—an absurdist take on history, luxury, and what it means to be spoiled in America. Show More Summary
The title of the new comedy, Central Intelligence, starring Kevin Hart and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, refers to more than just the spy agency. It’s a play on words, perhaps related to the lack of grey matter exhibited by some of the movie’s villainous spy characters. Show More Summary
Wednesday, June 15, 2016 | ESPN airs Part 3 of its absorbing O.J. Simpson documentary.
The action-packed buddy comedy Central Intelligence opens on Friday. The A-list cast includes Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Kevin Hart, Aaron Paul, Amy Ryan, and Brett Azar as “Agent Wally.” The cast may not include the person who happens to be reading this article now, but the good people at Warner Bros. Show More Summary
One-Season Wonders, Weirdos, And Wannabes considers the merits of short-lived TV shows. In this installment, That’s My Bush!, which ran for eight episodes on Comedy Central in 2001. In the South Park episode “A Million Little Fibers,” there’s a subplot involving a conspiracy between Oprah Winfrey’s anus and vagina. Show More Summary
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, June 15. All times are Eastern. Top picks Another Period (Comedy Central, 10 p.m.): Another Period is coming back, and it’s coming back hard. (Sorry.) The second season premiere of Comedy...Show More Summary