Comedy Central's Most Successful Comedy Shows

On 20 August 2014

Comedy Central's Most Successful Comedy Shows

Comedy Central first aired on April 1, 1991, and as of late 2006 they’ve expanded globally in some countries in Europe and Africa. Even though they’ve been a long time on the market, in 2012 they’ve hit jackpot with Kay & Peele show. Ever since, they’ve released multiple successful comedy shows, and here are some of the most important:

1. Kay & Peele: the show first debuted in 2012 and made a name for itself as one of TV’s funniest and best-filmes sketch shows. Season four will debut September 24

2. Kroll Show: for those of you watching the show since it’s beginnings in 2013, you probably gotten used to its over-the-top parody. Creating bizarre characters who aren’t really all that far from reality has proven to be a successful decision and we are expecting a season three sometime next year.

3. Broad City: ever since it’s debut in January 2014, this show proved that it can only go up. The jokes are smart and easy to get and the fictional Ilana and Abbi are among TV's best characters. All in all, we can’t wait for the show to return in 2015.

4. Inside Amy Schumer: this biting sketch comedy which debuted in 2013 is built around a central visionary comedian, which makes fun of every-day feminist moments.

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