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Comedy Central first aired on April 1, 1991, and as of late 2006 they’ve expanded globally in some countries in Europe and Africa.
Comedy Central brings a new Stand-up special to the small screen. Jim Norton – radio host, best-selling author and TV star – has returned to the network and now he invites you to be offended by his jokes is “Please Be Offended” TV show.
FX made public their dedication to comedies. The network talked about signing a deal with comedian George Lopez to star and exec produce his first half-hour TV series "Saint George". The show will center a recently divorced entrepreneur and father (Lopez) who’s trying to find balance between work, family and other obligations.
Comedy Central is moving forward with the shows as last week they’ve ordered new stand-up specials and shows from Adam Devine and Zack Galifianakis. The second season of “The Half Hour” will premiere May, 3 with specials from Dan Soder, Nikki Glaser and other hot names.
Comedy Central goes drama comedy with 12 episodes of “Brody Stevens: Enjoy It” from exec producer Zach Galifianakis. Last week they bought Stand-up series from “Workaholics” star Adam Devine and now they want to change the history with the first dramatic comedy series ever aired on the network.
Comedy Central Orders New ADAM DEVINE Stand-Up Comedy Series. WORKAHOLICS Star Will Have His HOUSE PARTY Show
Comedy Central has ordered eight episodes of stand-up series with Adam Devine – the “Workaholics” co-star. “Adam Devine’s House Party” will premiere this fall. The series will combine stand-up and narrative sketches with Devine and his favorite comedians.
Comedy Central has given a 10-episode series order to “Broad City”, an adaptation of Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer’s digital series, for a 2014 premiere. This is the third show Comedy Central has ordered from web video folk in the past few years. "Broad City" is set to debut its first season in 2014.
This April, Comedy Central makes an all-month stand-up show entertaining the fans with buckets of laughter and joy featuring all-new stand-up premieres and fan favorites. But that’s not all, Comedy Central brings us new movies premiere of the hilarious classics that made us all look at hair gel a little differently.
“Key & Peele” is a half-hour sketch comedy show, broadcasted Wednesdays on Comedy Central. It stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, both biracial (black fathers, white mothers), who decided that people need to hear things also from their insight. “There’s been a lot of racial comedy over the years,” says Peele. “But being biracial, mixed individuals, we realized there’s been nothing from our perspective.”
Someone hasn't forgotten to appreciate and celebrate female comedians. TV Guide Network is an entertainment television that celebrates Hollywood stars, and broadcasts TV shows like “Ugly Betty” and “Weeds”. The network announced that its original comedy series “ Stand Up in Stilettos” will be renewed for a second season and broadcasted starting in November.