It is certainly no secret that Donald Trump supporters are not the biggest fans of Hillary Clinton. The host of The Daily Show on Comedy Central decided to blend into a Donald Trump rally to see what Donald Trump supports had to say about Hillary Clinton’s health, body double, and all the other conspiracy theories... Show More Summary
Comedy Central took the wraps off a lineup of stand-up specials that are in the works for the cable channel. The lineup of projects announced today features comedians Lewis Black, Kurt Braunohler, Joe DeRosa, Mark Normand and Roy Wood Jr....
Jonah Ray and Kumail Nanjiani's stand-up series is coming to an end on Comedy Central with the current third season. The announcement was made Thursday on The Meltdown With Jonah And Kumail ‘s web site. The final show will be on October...Show More Summary
Said co-creator Trey Parker one day earlier this month: “There are times where we go, ‘How do we tell Comedy Central we don’t have a show?’ This is one of those.” Dave Itzkoff watches how they pull it off.
The decision to end the show comes on the heels of the announcement that the live show will wrap its six-year run. read more
South Park kicked off Season 20 last Wednesday in classic South Park fashion. The Comedy Central series rewrote the national anthem in response to the ridiculous Colin Kaepernick controversy circulating around the country. So, how did...Show More Summary
Jonah Ray and Kumail Nanjiani have announced that they’re ending their long-running, L.A.-based stand-up showcase The Meltdown (and, presumably, the Comedy Central show that’s based off of it). The duo made the announcement on The Meltdown’s blog today, declaring that “the sun was setting” on the show. Show More Summary
The show, held in the back of a comic books store, spawned its own series on Comedy Central. [ more › ]
The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail, which began as a weekly stand-up showcase in 2010 the back of Hollywood's Meltdown Comics and begat three seasons on Comedy Central, will be ending its six-year run next month, the stars and producers announced today. Their final live show will happen Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016. Here's their announcement: […]
OWN GOAL: Watch The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah Accidentally Destroy The Case For Gun Control. Perhaps that explains why a clueless Charlie Rose fired Noah while interviewing former Comedy Central host John Oliver on today’s CBS This Morning.
Comedy Central is out with a new adult animated comedy called Legends of Chamberlain Heights that airs on Wednesday nights after South Park. The show is about three freshman basketball bench warmers - Grover, Milk, and Jamal - and their antics in their quest to become “legends" at their high school. Show More Summary
While the show’s staff has grown exponentially, the Comedy Central series remains fundamentally the work of its creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
Comedy Central announced today it has given the go-ahead to a new show from Moshe Kasher, and, for better or worse, it sounds like a internet comment section and/or Twitter brought to life. Titled Problematic With Moshe Kasher, it will...Show More Summary
The weekly show, taped in front of a live audience, will debut in 2017. read more
How do you do, fellow kids? Your pal Comedy Central knows that it can be hard to make sense of this crazy political world, and they are here to help. The network has ordered comedian Moshe Kasher's (of the underrated Another Period) weekly talk show Problematic With Moshe Kasher to series. The show, ... More »
Comedy Central may no longer have the Emmy-winning Key & Peele, but the cable network will have Kasher and Leggero both on display in 2017. Comedy Central announced a series order today for Problematic with Moshe Kasher, a weekly talk show that will debut in 2017. Kasher's wife, Natasha Leggero, stars in Another Period, the […]
BIG BROTHER Finale!! SURVIVOR Premiere!! SOUTH PARK & DOC NOW!! Eric Andre On CONAN!! Wednesday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Comedy Central says of tonight’s “Skank Hunt”: “The students of South Park Elementary have to...Show More Summary
Erik Griffin, comedian, actor and writer, best known for playing Montez Walker on Comedy Central’s Workaholics, brings his high energy to the Montreal Festival. Want more Y2K comedy? Watch here: http://bit.ly/1ohvRfx 2010s playlist:Show More Summary
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele were able to bring their dearly departed Comedy Central series Key & Peele with a bang tonight, as the show’s final season won the Emmy for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series tonight at the 68th Emmy Awards. It was a great sendoff for the series, which had only picked up one previous Emmy, for Outstanding Makeup. Show More Summary
Celebrity roasts are all the rage these days thanks to Comedy Central's efforts to keep this annual comedic event alive and in the spotlight, but in some ways the roasting has gone too far. I mean, how many cringe-worthy and utterlyShow More Summary