Funniest Show Of 2014 Returns Tonight On Comedy Central.
James Wolcott on David Letterman, Jon Stewart, and the entertainment ritual of the long goodbye. It would be even crueler to want to keep Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart in studio captivity after all that he’s been through on our behalf,...Show More Summary
We're checking in a bit late with this week's selections of what to watch -- luckily the highlights are yet to come. For anyone who writes or reads reviews, Comedy Central's Review with Forest Macneil is ready to scratch your scoring itch in a funny, out of control way each week. Show More Summary
With just weeks to go before he steps into Jon Stewart’s high-profile seat as host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” Trevor Noah received an immersive introduction to TV critics this week in two appearances at the TCA Summer Press...
Savior is a strong word, but Comedy Central’s Review certainly marks the welcome ascendancy of a very specific brand of elite. All hail Forrest MacNeil, a new kind of critic. …Read More
Great educators don’t often get a lot of recognition for great teaching moves. So, ‘Key & Peele’ went ahead and imagined a world where teachers get the recognition and pay that sports stars do. In this Comedy Central clip, you’ll see...Show More Summary
Comedy Central's "Key & Peele" imagines a "SportsCenter"-style newscast that embraces teachers with the same fervor usually reserved for professional athletes.
Trevor Noah has turned out to be quite a controversial replacement for Jon Stewart as the new host of The Daily Show… and he hasn't even started yet! Some fans of Comedy Central's fake news show were unhappy with the choice from the beginning, and now more may join them. [ Video: President Obama Orders Jon Stewart [...]
Last night on his new Comedy Central show Why?, noted Drake friend Hannibal Buress asked some Beverly Hills pedestrians if they knew who Meek Mill was, to predictable results. In all fairness though, the name Drake didn’t seem to ring too many bells either. Also featured last night were Jean Grae and Flying Lotus performing […]
“TeachingCenter” is a sketch by comedians Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele from their Comedy Central series Key & Peele about a world where teachers are treated and paid like professional athletes. The sketch is modeled after the popular sports television program SportsCenter, but focuses on the accomplishments of teachers.
Photo via Instagram Jean Grae was the musical guest on tonight's episode of Hannibal Buress' new Comedy Central show "Why? With Hannibal Buress". The New York MC was assisted by the show's in-house DJ, Flying Lotus as well as Terrace Martin and Ndidi O. Show More Summary
As Comedy Central viewers watched Jon Stewart on The Daily Show concocting a fun story about why he'd ever have a secret meeting with President Barack Obama, patrons at The Comedy Cellar in New York City were privy to an even rarer treat Wednesday night -- watching Stewart onstage doing stand-up comedy. Stewart followed Louis […]
It's not lost on Trevor Noah that he has a big seat to fill as he prepares to take the helm of Comedy Central's "Daily Show" in September. He doesn't even have a funny quip about it.
BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF. – “The Daily Show With Trevor Noah,” which debuts on Comedy Central on Sept. 28, will be a little different from Jon Stewart’s show, but it will be mostly the same. But it will also be different. (And the same.) Comedy Central confirmed Wednesday at the Television Critics Association summer press tour […]
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Thursday, July 30. All times are Eastern. Top pick Review (Comedy Central, 10 p.m.): Review was one of the breakout comedies of last year with our own Erik Adams calling it “the funniest TV debut...Show More Summary
Trevor Noah is ready to take over The Daily Show from Jon Stewart in September. At the Television Critics Association press tour on Wednesday, the South African comedian laid out his plan for making Comedy Central's crown jewel his own. Show More Summary
It was a great accomplishment: two African-American comedians at the helm—and also starring in—a sketch-comedy show that aired on a cable network not specifically targeting African Americans.
We already knew Trevor Noah would be kicking off his stint as the new host of The Daily Show on September 28, where he will no doubt face a generous and open-minded audience eager to give him time to find his comedic groove. Now, we have additional premieres to go along with his very public experiment in filling impossible shoes. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart has been a Comedy Central icon for years. However, recent revelations that he allegedly mistreated an African American writer have threatened to diminish his reputation. E! Online discusses the situation. “Cenac said that...Show More Summary
I’ve never been a fan of Jon Stewart, the host of the fake news program The Daily Show on Comedy Central. Stewart was just too predictably liberal, and really not that funny. His program was basically a laugh track for the Obama administration. The president was Stewart’s TV guest seven times, but did you know […]