While you’ve been enjoying the “Regionals” coverage of Roast Battles Sunday nights on Comedy Central, the series has announced the 16 stand-up comedians still in the running for the Roast Battle II title. Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle II will tape the head-to-head competitions with celebrity judges across the street from The Comedy Store on […]
The latest comedy icon to join late-night isn’t Jessica Williams or Desus & Mero, it’s the freakish offspring of a Labyrinth creature and Sully from Monsters Inc. Comedy Central announced at this year’s TCA that it’s picked up Funny or Die’s The Gorburger Show for an eight-episode season. Read more...
After getting a pilot order from HBO in 2015, T.J. Miller’s talk show spoof The Gorburger Show has been picked up for eight episodes by Comedy Central. The show stars Miller as the voice and puppeteer of the title character, a blue space...Show More Summary
The Gorburger Show airs this spring.
There's comfort in the idea that the arc of history spans toward progress, and here we have the proof in the pudding: More Drunk History is coming! According to Variety, Comedy Central has renewed the debauched delight for a fifth season. The season will span 14 installments, premiering sometime later ... More »
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Following the live election night edition of The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, Comedy Central’s flagship late-night show will air a special inauguration episode on Friday, Jan. 20, the day Donald Trump will be sworn in as the next American...Show More Summary
The Comedy Central panel of the Television Critics Association winter previews has unleashed a flood of good news on comedy fans, and a rain of pain on the livers of your favorite comedians: Drunk History has been renewed for a Season 5! The show, which features tongue-in-cheek re-enactments of... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Drunk History
“Drunk History” will continue to give its inebriated history lessons for…
Comedy Central is due to take the stage at the Television Critics Association winter press tour, but before the network rolls out its new lineup, it’s stocking up on more of its established faves. Derek Waters’ Drunk History has just been renewed for a fifth season of inebriated lecturing. Show More Summary
The premium cabler had ordered a pilot for the comedy in 2015 and now the project is moving forward with a series order at the Viacom-owned network. read more
Comedy Central has picked up a fifth season of its Emmy-winning series Drunk History, with a 14-episode order for premiere later this year. The renewal was announced today during the network’s session at TCA. Created by Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner, who also split directing duties, Drunk History is the liquored-up narration of our nation's history. Show More Summary
T.J. Miller's Funny or Die/Warner Music web series The Gorburger Show is heading to television. Comedy Central has ordered The Gorburger Show as an alternative weekly late-night show with an eight-episode order for premiere this spring. Show More Summary
I like to say to people unfamiliar with Comedy Central's Broad City that it's like HBO's Girls but if it was funny and well-written. The post Broad City Season 3 DVD Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
Comedy Central's late night game show Midnight has created a hilarious new hashtag to get you through your day: #HipHopHarryPotter. The show asked fans to name things from the world of Harry Potter, but give it a hip-hop twist. The tweets...Show More Summary
It’s fair to wonder where a show can conceivably go when it kills its title character in the first episode. It’s a pretty nihilistic way to introduce a new series: Have the protagonist accidentally murder an alien being, and then beShow More Summary
Do you think Meryl’s mention of sports not being as good as the arts was a misstep? There’s a LOT of minorities there too, by the way… YouTube/Comedy Central
A segment sprung or salvaged from the late animated sketch show “TripTank,” “Jeff & Some Aliens” has successfully been magnified to sitcom size. It premieres in its new big form Wednesday on Comedy Central. Co-created by Sean Donnelly and Alessandro Minoli, it features Brett Gelman, a familiar...
Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017 | ‘Jeff and Some Aliens’ premieres on Comedy Central.
Amy Schumer is heading to Netflix. The Emmy winner and star and creator of Comedy Central's Inside Amy Schumer is taking her stand-up act to Netflix. "Very happy to be a part of...