Nathan Fielder, the 31-year-old Canadian comedian behind stunts like the "Dumb Starbucks" prank, just wrapped season 2 of his Comedy Central show, "Nathan For You." In the show, a deadpan Fielder offers outrageous advice to business owners, trying to help them increase revenue, but through the most extreme means. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart is the highest-paid host on television, making between $25 million and $30 million for the Comedy Central staple The Daily Show, a new report found. Stewart’s astronomical salary put him far ahead of his competition, the annual salary report from TV Guide noted. The next highest-paid host, David Letterman, earned $20 million a
Embodying the old Hollywood joke “I’ve always wanted to direct,” Comedy Central star Jon Stewart took an entire summer off last year to direct a film called “Rosewater” about Newsweek reporter Maziar Bahiri being abducted in Iran. In...Show More Summary
Jon Stewart has been a mainstay of Comedy Central’s jocular jabs at current events for almost 20 years now — meaning that an entire generation has grown up seeing him go after five presidential campaigns, countless scandals and even Kardashian lunacy. But Stewart has always had a serious tone that sometimes leaks over into the
Jon Stewart started in the entertainment industry as a stand-up comedian, but over the years he has really become much more than that. As the host of The Daily Show on Comedy Central, he has long had a platform for not only up-to-the-minute...Show More Summary
The gang from It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia arguably has the foulest mouths on cable TV. Comedy Central’s (sometimes unnecessarily) censored episodes contain as many bleeps as some of the R-rated films the network regularly airs....Show More Summary
Comedy Central Video
Stephen Colbert — whose Comedy Central program was named winner of the Emmy for best variety series at Sunday night's ceremony (actually, presenter Gwen Stefani said the winner was The Colborg Report, but we figured it out when Colbert...Show More Summary
From the August 26 edition of Comedy Central's The Daily Show: Previously: Fox News Worried That Referring To Michael Brown As "Unarmed Teen" Might Be Misleading Conservative Media Race-Baiting: Ferguson Edition Right-Wing Media Push "Black-On-Black" Crime Canard To Deflect From Ferguson Police Shooting
So inspirational. Tuesday was "Sports Heroes" night on Drunk History and the Comedy Central series shared some fantastic stories you probably haven't heard before. The whole episode is definitely worth watching and you stream it from...Show More Summary
Sure, there were a few low points in Colbert's last year on Comedy Central. But he deserved the win
Having previously tackled Comedy Central's multitude of short-lived reality parodies and sketch shows, this time I’ll be examining Comedy Central’s large quantity of news parodies and warped versions of sitcoms. Read the rest at Splitsider. The post The Many One-Season Sitcom and News Parodies of Comedy Central appeared first on The Awl.
Comedy Central's "Nathan for You" just wrapped its second season this week, and we are already eagerly awaiting season three. Nathan Fielder's comedy show involves convincing guests that he is there to help their small businesses flourish and then offering ridiculous suggestions. Show More Summary
"Drunk History" is about to stumble and slur its way into the wide world of sports. Next week the Comedy Central show will drunkenly reinterpret the exploits of three athletic legends.
Can't wait for this, you guys.
Having temporarily exhausted its store of Nerdist-related properties, Comedy Central is turning to Twitter for its next project: a pilot based on the popular @DadBoner feed, chronicling the fictional adventures of Midwestern Renaissance man Karl Welzein and his love of cheeseburgers piled high, gettin’ blitzed on domestic brews, and Bob Seger jams. Show More Summary
Los Angeles sheriff deputies shot and killed John Winkler, a 30-year-old production assistant for Comedy Central's "Tosh.0," as he followed a bloodied stabbing victim out of a West Hollywood apartment building. KIRO's Chris Legeros reports from Winkler's hometown, in the Puget Sound area in Washington.
(A reminder: Comedy Central just made all ten episodes of Broad City available for free, so we're celebrating by recapping the first season.) For most of us who have them, the real rite of passage to adulthood is about what you’re willing to put in your vagina. This episode is... More »
Comedy Central is beefing up its animation slate with a pilot order for an animated project based on the popular @DadBoner Twitter feed and
Comedy Central has order an animated pilot for @DadBoner, based on the popular Twitter feed of fictional Michigan man Karl Weizen and the book it inspired, Power Moves: Livin’ The American Dream, USA Style. The series will be co-written by comedy writers Mike Burns, who writes the Twitter account, and... More »