SERIES All In With Cam Newton First lady Michelle Obama joins Cam help a girl with dreams of becoming president of the United States. 8 p.m. Nickelodeon The Great British Baking Show The first of two new episodes of the culinary competition features “Victorian” foods, which includes pies stuffed...
Latest Colbert legal drama is stupid but unsurprising.
Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, who famously successfully “begged and stalked” Hillary Clinton into guesting on their Comedy Central show, appeared on The Late Show’s live DNC edition, right after Clinton, in Philadelphia, became the first female presidential candidate in a major U.S. Show More Summary
Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm gave an incredibly fiery speech at the DNC tonight that morphed halfway through into something like the Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump.
It’s true: we love a good roast. From Charlie Sheen and Pam Anderson to Franco and the Biebs, Jeff Ross and co. know how to cook ‘em. Now Ross is taking his show on the road to the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal for a roasting tournament of hilariously epic proportions. Starting tonight, a […]
CBS has received a complaint about “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” from lawyers representing Colbert’s old Comedy Central show, “The Colbert Report.” The AP reports that the complaint came in response to Colbert’s revival of the character “Stephen Colbert,”...
The law might have a hold on Stephen Colbert — but it's got nothing on Stephen Colbert! Last week, The Late Show host dusted off his iconic Comedy Central character from The Colbert Report (who has apparently been living in the woods with Jon Stewart all this time) to talk about Donald Trump and the Republican [...]
Stephen Colbert, the real one, has finally put to rest Stephen Colbert, the character from his defunct Comedy Central show The Colbert Report. Introducing in his place: Stephen Colbert's "identical cousin"... Stephen Colbert (pictured,...Show More Summary
For years, when Stephen Colbert was on Comedy Central, he actually would discuss intellectual property issues with surprising frequency, including taking on SOPA back when it was a thing. Perhaps this is because he has a brother who is an intellectual property lawyer (who apparently works for the Olympics, which is not very encouraging). Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert teased the corporate legal world last night on The Late Show when he brought back a familiar bit despite the legal repercussions that may or may not be in store.
Wednesday night, the Comedy Central show @midnight (famous for their #HashtagWars on Twitter) challenged the Twittersphere to combine movie titles with the experiences of being a mom with the hashtag #MotherhoodMovies. From Million Diaper Baby to 50 First Playdates, here are 15 hilarious responses. Show More Summary
Comedy Central really didn't like seeing Stephen Colbert bring back The Colbert Report's version of "Stephen Colbert" and the "Word" last week to The Late Show on CBS. So much so that Viacom's lawyers stepped in to make sure it wouldn't happen again. On Wednesday night's episode of The Late Show, Colbert introduced instead his […]
Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle opens its four-night run tonight on Comedy Central with perhaps two of its most epic showdowns of insult joke-offs ever, both tragically and comedically. The first round taped overnight from Montreal's Just For Laughs with four battles, presided over by host Brian Moses, "The Negro Wave," and Roastmaster General Ross […]
Comedy Central and its parent company, Viacaom, stopped Stephen Colbert from using the alter-ego he used for a decade on "The Colbert Report," according to the "Late Show" host. Last week, Colbert brought back "The Colbert Report" character with the help of another Comedy Central alum, Jon Stewart. Show More Summary
After Stephen Colbert did a version of “The Word” for his “Late Show” audience, the attorneys at Comedy Central contacted CBS to claim that they own the intellectual property of “Stephen Colbert,” the character. “Which, is surprising, because I never...
Comedy Central's South Park can always be counted on to lampoon some of the biggest trends in pop culture, and there's no greater fad at the moment than Pokemon Go. South Park won't spoof the game for one very good reason.
A love affair that started more than 20 years ago on the set of Tommy Boy will now fulfill its destiny by becoming a Comedy Central Roast. David Spade will take the mantle of roast master and preside over an organized ribbing of his friend Rob Lowe, for a special ... More »
A show that is about to roll out its 20th season will be celebrated with a series of special programming events, online features and on-the-ground promotions. Comedy Central announced the lineup of special events in anticipation of the Sept. 14...
Press release from Comedy Central, July 22, 2016: 130 Countries. 30 Languages. 46 Million Facebook Fans. 5 Emmys. 4 Boys. 1 Town. “South Park’s” been there. To celebrate the Emmy- and Peabody Award-winning series’ historic 20th season, Comedy Central and...
Details surfaced over the weekend about an upcoming reboot of a series that became a cult favorite before it went off the air in 1999. The show is “Mystery Science Theater 3000,” which ran for 10 seasons on Comedy Central...