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.
Chicago-based comedy group 3Peat's sketches take on social ills ranging from racism to overzealous friendships to insufferable people.
What happens when you deny stand-up comedians the benefit of laughter? Ian Abramson, host of 7 Minutes in Purgatory, finds out when he puts comics alone in the back of a truck to do their act while the audience watches from a different room.
Ahamed Weinberg is a Muslim man with a Jewish last name who's navigating life and love while fasting for Ramadan.
Follow Broad City's Arturo Castro as he attempts to navigate life as a modern Latino man – whatever that means. Watch Arturo reach the highest highs and lowest lows as he becomes a voiceover artist extraordinaire, tries to spice up his love life and attempts to keep his mother happy.
Nobody in this office can microwave their meals unperturbed -- not as long as they work with Kevin.
Using genre storytelling and TV parodies to skewer culture, Astronomy Club -- starring the improv group of the same name -- takes on everything from dating in the digital age to race relations and gender dynamics in this sketch series.
From the writers' room of Inside Amy Schumer to Las Vegas comedy clubs, go behind the scenes with the series' creator and star, Amy Schumer, as all the working pieces of her comedy show come together.
The animated series Biatches follows the adventures of Dana and Julia (creators Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov), two friends who wreak havoc on the lives of their teacher Ms. Klitnick (Horatio Sanz), their fellow students (Lavell Crawford, Betty Cahill and Kevin Dorff), Dana's dad Govindas (Brian Stack) and Hot Hairy Croatian (Jeff Richards). Animation by Brad Ableson (The Simpsons, Good Vibes). Animation produced by Bento Box
Whoever said the apple doesn't fall far from the tree clearly never met Blark and his son. With Blark's fondness for hunting bears and his son's extreme love for video games, this father-son duo couldn't be more different. But that won't keep Blark from creating (and at times forcing) a strong paternal bond with his son.
With the help of her best friends, Laura navigates the sometimes-backward and always-complicated world of dating in the city while also staying true to herself.
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'.
Broken People ventures inside the relationship of Jared and Taylor, a couple trying hard to be happy – if only they could find a way to feel anything. The problem? They have no people skills, no emotional stability and no clue.
From saving animals to helping the elderly, Casey has a heart of gold, but time and time again, the old saying, "No good deed goes unpunished," seems to ring true for him.
Deadliest Chef is the most exciting cooking show around. But will its newest contestant, Chef Caleb, destroy it through his good intentions?
Two buddies who've worked in the same lumberyard for years know one thing: It's hard to change in a town that doesn't.
Josh and Luke navigate their new jobs for the wish-granting app Genies, but it’s not exactly everything they’d hoped for.
Even though she may be a little sheltered, pretty aloof and very awkward, Girl Kyle doesn't let that stop her from going all-in on love and friendships.
No idea is too ridiculous when the guys at Gnar Tapes need to make $3,000 in three days or else face eviction. Rikky, Jimmy, Izak and Funkle try everything from putting on a telethon to performing at a bar mitzvah to raise money.
Newly married comedians Natasha Leggero and Moshe Kasher hit the road to help other couples with their relationship problems in an advice tour that's heavy on love and light on expertise. Join them as they attempt to settle marital disputes while also roasting the people who have them.
From Dan St. Germain and the executive producer of Ugly Americans comes In Security, an animated series about the hapless schmucks charged with protecting some of the world's most valuable art. Richie and his team of security guards may not like each other or their jobs, but they'll keep showing up for duty -- mostly because they have nowhere else to go.
On every episode of Irrational Fears, Jamie faces one of her extremely specific and highly irrational fears, only for the situation to play out in the worst way imaginable.
The world is full of interesting people. Thankfully, Laura Clery can play them all.
The Lounge was written and created by the Hudson Brothers. This animated series follows four best friends who work together at a middle school in Missouri. None of them are teachers, but all of them are assholes.
Comedian Big Jay Oakerson is known for setting up couples in his audience during live shows. Now he's seeing if those skills work in the real world as he accompanies people who've been unlucky in love on dates with potential suitors. Will these couples give each other a thumbs up and get a room? Or will they choose to take the subway home alone?
Armed with a popular podcast, a gender-neutral haircut and problem-solving expertise, Theo Von sets out to help men in crisis.
Mideast Minute is a satirical news show hosted by Jamsheed al-Jamsheedi (Pardis Parker), an anchor intent on reassuring Middle Eastern villagers about the state of their region – regardless of whether he actually has the facts to back it up.
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. The Midnight Beast is a London-based musical parody trio whose videos have taken aim at the likes of Jason Derulo, One Direction and Kesha.
From the award-winning minds of Matt Van Hoesen and Dan Singleton, this animated sketch comedy series offers a sarcastic look at pop culture, tackling everything from an ultra-macho response to the all-female "Ghostbusters" to an uncanny vision of a Captain America who supports Donald Trump for president.
Zack Bornstein interviews your favorite stars, while they do their least favorite thing. No softball questions, no cushy couches. From boxing friends to risking hypothermia, this show goes where others won’t.
Written by, directed by and starring Matt Porter and Charlie Hankin of "Good Cop Great Cop," New Timers takes place in the aftermath of a global collapse that has eliminated all government and decimated the world's population. Together, Matt and Charlie look for love, debate questions of etiquette and search for the essentials they'll need to survive their new post-apocalyptic lives.
While white superheroes fight gem-collecting interdimensional villains, Night Pigeon takes on crimes that actually affect black people -- even if he doesn't get much respect for it. With a little guidance from Luke Rage, mild-mannered customer service rep Lorenzo transforms into Night Pigeon and tries to stop a diabolical string of package thefts, proving he's more than just some flying rat bird.
Nothin's Easy follows struggling comedian David Angelo as he encounters the everyday strangeness of life in L.A. and unloads his personal issues onto his accountant.
Nothing to Report follows the day-to-day adventures of Chance Blackstreet (Chris Jericho) and Moses Packard (Nick Mundy), two cops who operate in the vein of action duos like Riggs and Murtaugh and Tango and Cash -- only with much less investigating and a lot more sitting in the car. Actual crime notwithstanding, they'll get the job done -- just as soon as they deal with their emotional baggage.
Writer and star Michelle Wolf ("Late Night with Seth Meyers") interviews a new applicant for a job at tech company Sparks every day of the week in Now Hiring with Michelle Wolf, directed by Neal Brennan. It's anyone's guess as to who's going to make the situation more awkward – Michelle or the poor schmucks in the hot seat.
Obama's Other Daughters is an L.A.-based comedy troupe made up of four millennial black women (Maame-Yaa Aforo, Ashley Holston, Shakira Ja'nai Paye and Yazmin Monet Watkins) who offer up their unique perspectives and plenty of outrageous banter in these original sketches.
Pie Guys follows the lives of three delivery drivers (Jon Barinholtz, Rob Belushi and Mort Burke) working at a Los Angeles pizzeria. Despite being very different breeds of idiots, they share plenty of misadventures with booze, sex, drugs, and, of course, pizza. Co-directed by Ike Barinholtz and David Stassen.
Think there are no original movies anymore? Sean Patton has a bunch of ideas he wants to see made, and each one is as crazy as it is bad. He is the Pitchmaster.
Improvisers and sketch performers Rich Fulcher, Steve Agee, H. Michael Croner and others lend their voices to this animated series about the trash-talking and ball-busting that happens among a ragtag gang of gamers. From the world's laziest superheroes to a pair of "Minecraft" farmers transported to "Grand Theft Auto," these players show that what happens in the game is only half the story.
Join Professor Rich and his Unfocused Group as they brainstorm, hit the streets and interview leading experts to find the answers to some of life's dumbest hypothetical questions.
After committing to some pretty ambitious New Year's resolutions, Ismael finds out during his six-month progress updates that major life changes aren't always worth the effort.
After a bad breakup, 27-year-old Cam seeks out the one person who always makes her feel good: Lil Wayne. Cam enlists her three best friends, all equally devoted to Weezy and equally challenged by adulthood, to join her on an epic road trip to see his last concert. The trip’s many unexpected turns force the women to rely on their friendship -- and gas station wine -- to get them through it.
Comedian Kurt Braunohler has a plan: Jet ski the length of the mighty Mississippi, raise enough money to send 500 goats and 1,000 chickens to Africa, and spread as much absurdity and joy as possible along the way. Join him as he reconnects with old friends and makes new ones, performs stand-up and engages in good old-fashioned hijinks at each one of his stops along the great American river.
Shane Torres challenges his fellow comedian friends to face their biggest fears -- from snakes to rejection and everything in between -- and walks them through the process of overcoming the things that scare them the most.
Mike Anthony, Rome Green Jr., Tay Dier, Cameron Miller, Chaz Miller and Amanuel Richards are the F-list comedy troupe Dormtainment. On tour in their "barely-a-car," they're always trying to find their way out of trouble on a shoestring budget.
This series about the mayhem that occurs in everyday public bathrooms is a good reminder to always knock before entering.
Strong Island is the story of Danny and Mark Petrelli, 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.
Carmen Christopher, Gary Richardson and John Reynolds are three friends living in idyllic Sunset Peak. But in a town this seemingly normal, things are bound to get very weird.
Comedian and master of slang James Davis presents the words any modern speaker needs to know to sound with it. Whether he's breaking down "fetty" or "Netflix and chill," Davis can turn even the greenest of novices into a stone-cold slang pro.
It's not uncommon for a New York City comic to perform multiple shows per night. And what happens on the way from one gig to the next might be even more ridiculous than anything that happens onstage. Thank You, Goodnight follows New York's most exciting comics as they hustle from spot to spot throughout New York City.
In this series written and directed by Zane Rubin, Jake Weisman stars as Myra, a man who's not exactly boyfriend material. Each episode looks at how Myra manages to sabotage his most recent relationship. Time and time again, Myra proves to be unlucky in love – mostly by his own design.
Looking to improve yourself in the new year? Let Charles share his tips for becoming a happier, healthier and overall better version of yourself. He's here to help – as long as he doesn't get distracted by something cool on the floor.
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. From a legal loophole involving mouthwash to a rap about the pope, Trevor's songs come to life like never before.
Aspiring actor Gary (Nick Swardson) moves to Los Angeles with big dreams of making it in Hollywood. His one problem? Everyone he meets seems to be much more interested in his handsome but obnoxious best friend Rick (Simon Rex).
Have you ever sent a text or email that you really, really regretted? These comedians can relate.
Uptight Michelle and stoner Dan spend their days arguing, obsessing over their messy personal lives and (theoretically) selling used cars in this new series from Michelle Wolf ("Late Night with Seth Meyers") and Dan Soder (Showtime's "Billions," "Dan Soder: Not Special").
It's not easy being two fish rappers growing up in a tough neighborhood, but as long as Vinny and the Colonel have each other, they'll be OK, right?
It's not a prank show. Not a sketch show. It's not a reality show. It's the Great and Secret Comedy Show - come along for a ride on the Walsh Brothers' indescribable romp.
Trae Crowder, Corey Ryan Forrester and Drew Morgan may be rednecks, but they’re also true progressive liberals. It tends to throw people for a loop. In this sketch show, they parody small-town America as well as biased coastal assumptions about what it means to be from the South.
The year is 2042, and all of America's white people have been transported to Canada -- except for a handful of emissaries left behind. Enter Gary (Matt Braunger), a struggling actor wholly unprepared for his new responsibilities. Witness his awkward struggle as he liaises between his neighbors and the suspiciously positive Dan Corporation he now works for (whether he likes it or not).
A coma patient wakes up only to find that the present makes him wish he remained unconscious.
Joe DeRosa takes an unflinching look at all the aspects of humanity we don’t like to think about. It’s not pretty, but it’s probably what we all need to hear.
Mike Lawrence is a contrarian on a mission, here to explain what's actually true and false about pop culture. In this crazy mixed-up world, it's comforting to know there's one steadfast constant: All your opinions are incorrect.