Rob Lowe is set to be the next roastee on an upcoming Comedy Central special! Some of the recent recipients of roasts have included Justin Bieber, James Franco, Charlie Sheen, Roseanne Barr, and Donald Trump. “Rob Lowe is handsome, talented, successful and handsome. He needs to be roasted,” Comedy Central president Kent Alterman said in [...]
With the success of past Comedy Central roasts of James Franco and Roseanne Barr, the Viacom basic cable network announced Monday it will be continuing its series with Comedy Central's Roast of Stephen Hawking set to air in early October. Stephen...Show More Summary
About 3.1 million people tuned in to watch celebrities and comedians bash and praise James Franco on Comedy Central Monday night, significantly more than last year's mass takedown of Roseanne Barr.
The cable network's latest voluntarily subject of ridicule rakes in over 3.1 million viewers in its inaugural Labor Day broadcast, up from last year's numbers for Roseanne Barr. read more
About 3.1 million people watched the Comedy Central Roast of James Franco last night – about 2.4 million of them being adults 18-49, and 1.9 million of them 18-34, with 1.2 million of that group being guys, Comedy Central said, using Nielsen stats. Show More Summary
The actors who appear on Comedy Central's roasts can sometimes surprise you. Ellen Barkin smoldered through an unforgettable set during the Roast of Roseanne last...
Early last month we learned that James Franco was next on deck to be roasted for this summer's Comedy Central Roast. Following in the footsteps of Roseanne Barr, Charlie Sheen, Donald Trump and others, Franco will be the target of whatever humorous pokes the unspecified dais of comedians and celebrities have in store.
The job-juggling star follows in the footsteps of Donald Trump, Roseanne Barr and Charlie Sheen. read more
Tom Arnold called his reunion with ex wife Roseanne last summer, after 18 years of estrangement, “very awkward” on Monday’s edition of Bravo’sWatch What Happens Live. As RadarOnline.com has previously… READ ON
A few days ago I wrote an Open Letter to Wayne Brady about his recent comments at Comedy Central’s roast of Roseanne Barr. You can read the letter if you’d like, but in short, Wayne Brady made a joke that used Trig Palin (and his Down syndrome diagnosis) as the punchline. The joke was met [...]
The Comedy Central Roast of Roseanne Barr was a big hit, but a joke from Wayne Brady rubbed some the wrong way. The Huffington Post reports that Brady was taking a moment during the roast to insult fellow comedian Jeffrey Ross when he said “…a lot of people hate you, especially Sarah Palin because you remind [...]Show More Summary
Wayne Brady is under serious fire for using Sarah Palin's son Trig and Down Syndrome as a punchline during Comedy Central's Roast of Roseanne Barr. Brady says he did not write the offensive line in question, but takes "full responsibility"...Show More Summary
Wayne Brady says he takes "full responsibility" for using Trig Palin and his Down Syndrome as a punchline at the "Comedy Central Roast of Roseanne"... insisting, "no malice or harm was meant."Brady has been taking some serious heat for the past…
Amy Schumer really tore Roseanne a new one last weekend (sort of? Was it just us, or was that roast oddly controlled and polite?), but...
For those of you who aren’t aware, Wayne Brady was a part of Comedy Central’s roast of Roseanne Barr this past Sunday. At one point in his routine he directed the following statement to Jeff Ross, another comedian taking part in the roast. “Now the thing is Jeff, these are all jokes, and I really [...]
We know sharks are the ULTIMATE predator, but this is embarrassing! The numbers have been crunched for Comedy Central's roasting of Roseanne and the results are unflattering. Technically speaking, her special scored higher than the other...Show More Summary
By Radar Staff If you thought something was up when Roseanne Barr and ex-husband Tom Arnold cordially reunited at her Comedy Central roast after nearly two decades of estrangement … you thought right. Tom, who hadn't spoken with Roseanne...Show More Summary
She won the gold last night. In case you were oblivious to the hype, last night, in a counterprogramming move against the Olympics, Comedy Central premiered its roast of Roseanne. And Amy Schumer stole the show. Who is Amy Schumer? Damned if I know. Well, I know a little. I heard her on Stern. She [...]
Highlights from Sunday's cable ratings.
Last year, Matt put together a list of the 50 funniest jokes from Charlie Sheen's Comedy Central Roast. This year, I'm doing the same thing...