Specs Age 54 Claim to fame Host of Comedy Central's The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore (Mon.-Thurs., 11:30 p.m.) Base New York Twitter @LarryWilmore Adweek: What's the first information you consume in the morning? Larry Wilmore: I'm very scatterbrained, so I do several things at once. Show More Summary
No joke: "Key & Peele" star Jordan Peele is engaged to "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" actress Chelsea Peretti. The Comedy Central star popped the question on Friday, and then he and Peretti, who plays zany administrator Gina on the Fox comedy, took to Twitter over the weekend to share the news. PHOTOS: Celebrity...
From the truth is stranger than fiction department. I was sent a photo showing the UN Logo being installed at the COP21 conference in Paris. Source: Inquirer.net where they say “Failure is not an option“. In a twist of irony, the Comedy Central logo looks virtually the same: Seems fitting. I’m sure we’ll get plenty…
Second City alumnus Jordan Peele wordlessly announced his engagement to girlfriend Chelsea Peretti Saturday on Twitter. Peele, who co-created and starred in the Comedy Central sketch show "Key and Peele," tweeted a diamond ring emoji to Peretti, who stars on the Fox comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine."...
Quick, name your favorite hour stand-up special by a host of Comedy Central's The Daily Show. How much time did you waste Googling what Craig Kilborn is up to in 2015? Did you remember that Jon Stewart's lone hour special was way back in 1996 for HBO, where he'll be working two decades later after […]
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PBS airs “Andrea Bocelli: Cinema.” Comedy Central has the documentary “I Am Chris Farley.”
Get More: Comedy Central,Funny Videos,Funny TV Shows Exploring the cosmos can be soooo serious. What we need is a primer on the first space walk as told from the bottom of a glass. We have liftoff, thanks to the latest from Comedy Central's "Drunk History"! "Drunk History" airs Tuesdays at 10:30 p.m. Show More Summary
At first glance, Comedy Central’s 'Review' is nothing more than another episodic sketch show. But then things get...weird. Column by Max Booth III At first glance, Comedy Central’s Review is nothing more than another episodic sketch show. Show More Summary
Holland is too hot for Mr. Garrison's hatespeech.
EXCLUSIVE: Comedy Central has given a pilot green light to Corporate. Written by Matt Ingebretson, Women sketch group members Jake Weisman and Pat Bishop, who also will direct, Corporate is described as a dark, satirical workplace comedy...Show More Summary
Futurama was a much beloved animated series that was canceled before its time. Thankfully, it was resurrected a few years ago by Comedy Central and got a few more seasons with a proper […]
Long before Comedy Central came into its own as a network with Jon Stewart’s Daily Show, South Park, and The Colbert Report, the fledgling cable network resembled something quite different. From the ashes of Ha! and The Comedy Channel...Show More Summary
Comedy Central has fallen foul of the broadcasting regulator over trailers for Inside Amy Schumer and South Park featuring crude and explicit references. The Paramount-owned pay-TV channel, which was recently rapped for running crude promotions for shows, was also found to have broken broadcasting...
Because of its quick, streamlined production methods, Comedy Central’s South Park can and often does take on controversial current events. With the molasses-slow turnaround time required by its more traditional animation, The Simpsons does not have that luxury. Show More Summary
Season 3 of Comedy Central's Drunk History is ending with a bang (and a few burps). The finale features segments in which Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan fall in love and Wernher von Braun becomes the father of American rocket science. There's...Show More Summary
Ten weeks after his debut as host of The Late Show, Stephen Colbert is falling behind in the late night race, Mediaite reports. And the answer why seems obvious: "Old Comedy Central habits die hard." Colbert is alienating conservative viewers with jokes at the expense of such targets as people...
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Sixteen years ago, Jon Stewart, aka “Jon Who?” took over the fake-anchor desk at Comedy Central’s cult favorite fake news series, The Daily Show. When he assumed the chair, the show’s focus was on quirky interviews with America’s lovable nutjobs. Show More Summary
A little Hart and a big Johnson. What a tagline that is! Warner Bros has debuted the first trailer and poster for next summer's comedy Central Intelligence, starring Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson. The story is about a CIA agent who brings in his old high school friend to help on a mission, but obviously he doesn't fit in. Show More Summary