A stoner harnesses the power of technology in order to get baked on 4/20 with Cheech Marin.
Written by, directed by, and starring Matt Porter & Charlie Hankin of Good Cop Great Cop, New Timers takes place in the aftermath of a mysterious global collapse that eliminated all government and decimated huge swaths of the world’s population.
Black National Geographic takes a deep dive into the history and significance of the African-American hairline.
Follow the adventures of Dana and Julia (creators Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov), two friends who wreak havoc on the lives of their teacher and fellow students.
Frank Underwood Jr. uses his wiles to propel himself to the head of Delta House and beyond.
Executives from the Lifetime network meet to discuss promotion for their new movie about Kesha's tragic death but quickly hit a snag in their plans.
For the housemates of 300 Sunnyside, every problem is an end-of-the-world-level crisis. Whether it's a dirty bathroom or an ill-timed mushroom trip, Cal and the gang tackle every issue with a combination of incompetence and instability that borders on pathological.
Pie Guys follows the lives of three delivery drivers (Jon Barinholtz, Rob Belushi and Mort Burke) working at a Los Angeles pizzeria.
Bro-Dependent stars H. Michael Croner and Greg Worswick as Anderson and Zac, two legit-as-f**k dudes united by their love of sex, drugs and hardcore chillin’.
Part sketch show, part prank show and all tomfoolery, The Walsh Bros. Great and Secret Comedy Show unleashes Chris and David Walsh on the streets of Los Angeles for the sole purpose of making everyone's life as joyous and confusing as possible.
Ari Shaffir makes an unsettling discovery when he and his girlfriend decide to have sex for the first time.
Stef, Ash and Dru wake up from a night of wild partying to find some troubling evidence of what went down while they were wasted. Now, they must reconstruct what happened the night before, but they may not like what they uncover.
Strong Island is the story of Danny and Mark Patrelli, two guys living at home with their mom who know that there is only one way to get ahead on Long Island: scams and small time crimes.
Trevor Moore, a founding member of The Whitest Kids U' Know, didn't just release a comedy album called Drunk Texts to Myself -- he created and starred in music videos to go with it.