Comedy Central's "Workaholics" series is calling it quits, ending with season seven. The popular comedy series will start the final 10 episodes this January
Comedy Central confirmed today that the network has greenlit “Problematic with Moshe Kasher,” it was announced by Kent Alterman, President, Comedy Central
Comedy Central will be bringing South Park to Comic-Con this year. Comedy Central and South Park Digital Studios will celebrate the show's 20th season
Comedy Central announced that it has renewed "Another Period" for a third season. Another Period season 3 was confirmed just ahead of the season 2 premiere
Fans of "Broad City" will get a glimpse of another high-profile lady this year when Hillary Clinton joins the girls as a guest star in the third season.
Comedy Central made it official today, renewing the hit series “Nathan For You” for a fourth season. The confirmation was announced today by Kent Alterman, President, Original Programming, Comedy Central.
Idiotsitter was created by the incredibly talented Jillian Bell and Charlotte Newhouse and the first season will consist of 10-episodes.
“Trevor Noah: Lost in Translation” will hit Comedy Central later this month, the comedian will host his first stand-up exclusive since he
Comedy Central is bringing the laughter back to Motor City with a new series-order for “Detroiters.” The new series will hit CC later next
The always hilarious Paul F. Tompkins is continuing his takeover of modern media with a premiere of “Paul F. Tompkins: Crying and Driving,”
Over the course of the year, Josh Ostrovsky has risen to social-media heights as one of the funniest Instagram/Twitter spots on the web
Drunk History season 3 will return for a 13-episode third season on Tuesday, September 1 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT, following an all-new “Tosh.0.”
Comedy Central has outlined the network's fall programming slate, including new seasons of The Daily Show, South Park, MoonBeam City and
The MoonbeamCity trailer has been released by Comedy Central ahead of its season 1 debut on the network. Starring Rob Lowe and Will Forte the
Comedy Central is sticking with the hit series “Workaholics,“ the network has confirmed today that it will air the sixth and a seventh season of the show.
A new deal with Comedy Central will be adding three more seasons of South Park to Comedy Central, allowing the popular animated comedy to hit the
Hulu's latest partnership with Adult Swim and the Cartoon Network will allow users to choose from dozens of animated series and episodes
Comedy Central’s new series “The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore” is set to premiere on Monday, January 19 at 11:30 p.m, taking over 'The Colbert Report' former time-slot
Fans of The Colbert Report now have a date set to say goodbye to the long-running series. Stephen Colbert will end his run as host of the series this December when he
One of the hottest new series on Comedy Central will make its debut at New York City's Comic Con this year. Abbi and Ilana will be heading to Manhattan's way west side to attend and participate for the first time at New York Comic Con.
Comedy Central has set the premiere dates for two of the network's most popular series. "South Park" returns for its 18th season with ten all-new episodes beginning on Wednesday, September 24 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on Comedy Central.
As San Diego Comic-Con rages on this afternoon, Comedy Central confirmed that the network has renewed “Drunk History” and “Nathan For You,” both of which are coming back for a third season.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will make her third appearance as a guest on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” to discuss her latest book, Hard Choices, on Tuesday, July 15 at 11:00 p.m. (ET/PT). Secretary Clinton has previously appeared as a guest on the Emmy® and Peabody Award-winning show on October 9, 2003 and March 4, 2008.
“‘South Park’ has revolutionized TV and pushed boundaries with unparalleled topicality and daring humor,” said Craig Erwich, Head of Content, Hulu. “‘South Park’ has been one of the top ten most popular shows of all time on the platform. We’re thrilled to offer the series to fans in its entirety.”
The eight-episode, half-hour series is an inside look at what has been Los Angeles’ hottest live stand-up comedy show for four years, consistently drawing some of the biggest names around. Shot documentary style at the Nerdist Showroom in the back of Meltdown Comics, Los Angeles’ premiere comic book store, the show features performances by Jim Gaffigan, Weird Al Yankovic, Garfunkel and Oates, Nick Offerman, Marc Maron, Maria Bamford, Chris Hardwick, and a host of others.
Fans of the Comedy Central hit series 'Workaholics' will soon be able to watch Anders 'Ders' Holm share the big-screen with Anne Hathaway in an upcoming romantic comedy. The project is 'The Intern' which has had Hathaway signed-on for a few months now, though Holm's confirmation only came through this week,