Trevor Noah and The Best F#@king News Team tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture.
South Park is the Emmy-award winning animated series about four boys living in one screwed-up Colorado mountain town. Between local and global tragedies, as well as parental and celebrity interference, Kyle, Stan, Cartman and Kenny manage to have themselves a time.
Created by UCB alums Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, and produced by Amy Poehler, Broad City is an odd-couple comedy about two best friends navigating their 20s in New York City. Abbi and Ilana are broke and flawed, and they don't shy away from the sticky situations NYC throws at them -- they dive right into the muck. No matter how bad it gets, these broads are always down with whatever hits them.
In the time-honored tradition of Comedy Central's half-hour specials, Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents features the best and brightest emerging comedians performing thirty minutes of material.
In a TV news landscape where it’s impossible to know whom to trust, one man rises above the partisan hackery of the mainstream media to bring you the only truth that matters: his. From the fringe-friendly mind of Jordan Klepper, this is The Opposition.
The losers dominating late-night are in for a rude awakening when the smartest, handsomest, most winning-est president of all time enters the fray to address the nation. The President Show brings television back to the people – by putting a plutocratic billionaire behind the desk.
Nathan Fielder is a business advisor who implements strategies that no traditional consultant would dare attempt. Whether it’s creating a coffee shop called Dumb Starbucks, inventing a poo-flavored yogurt or staging an elaborate video where a pig saves a goat, no idea is too daring. And while Nathan’s efforts may not always succeed, they always have big results. This is Nathan For You.
The Jim Jefferies Show is here to shake up the humdrum formula of the political late-night show. Jim tackles the news of the day with no-bulls**t candor, piercing insight and a uniquely Aussie viewpoint.
Tosh.0 is a weekly topical series hosted by comedian Daniel Tosh that delves into all aspects of the Internet, from the ingenious to the absurd to the medically inadvisable. Through segments like Video Breakdown, 20 Seconds on the Clock and Web Redemption, Tosh has established himself as the preeminent expert on exhibitionist weirdos, injurious idiots and the best worst things on the Web.
Another Period follows the lives of the obscenely rich Bellacourt family and their many servants in turn-of-the-century Rhode Island. Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome lead an all-star cast -- including Michael Ian Black, David Wain, Christina Hendricks, Jason Ritter and Paget Brewster -- in this historical satire about narcissistic aristocrats and the poor souls in their employ.
Archer is an animated spy thriller that follows Sterling Archer (H. Jon Benjamin) and his fellow operatives (voiced by talent including Chris Parnell, Aisha Tyler and Jessica Walter) as they engage in undercover surveillance, pursue dangerous missions and quibble about office politics. They're out to make the world a better place -- or a worse place, depending on which pays better.
It's not just a show -- it's a social phenomenon. Dave Chappelle's singular point of view is unleashed through a combination of stand-up bits and street-smart sketches. Hailed by critics and beloved by fans, Chappelle's Show brings the funk and the noise -- and some of the funniest comedy on television.
Comedians take the stage to tell a funny story about a song that means something to them, then live out their rock star fantasies by performing the song with a live band, making for a night of entertainment that'll have you dancing as hard as you're laughing.
Based on the popular web series, Drunk History is the liquored-up narration of our nation's history. Host Derek Waters, along with an ever-changing cast of actors and comedians, travels across the country to present the rich tales that every city in this land has to offer. Booze helps bring out the truth. It's just that sometimes the truth is a little incoherent.
Hatched from Matt Groening's brain, Futurama follows pizza guy Philip J. Fry, who reawakens in 31st century New New York after a cryonics lab accident. Now part of the Planet Express delivery crew, Fry travels to the farthest reaches of the universe with his robot buddy Bender and cyclopsian love interest Leela, discovering freaky mutants, intergalactic conspiracies and other strange stuff.
The Gorburger Show is a run-of-the-mill Japanese variety show, except it’s been taken over by a furry blue alien named Gorburger (T.J. Miller) who has a taste for human flesh. Get ready for games, celebrity guests and hopefully minimal bloodshed.
James Davis is from South Central L.A. – just not the most dangerous part. He brings his signature blend of curiosity and humor to the exploration of various physical and cultural neighborhoods from a perspective that's not quite 'hood, but Hood Adjacent.
When wild child Gene (Workaholics' Jillian Bell) is put under house arrest in her family's mansion, her parents hire buttoned-up nanny Billie (Charlotte Newhouse) to look after her. Trapped in each other’s company, the two strike up an unlikely friendship and cause all sorts of trouble. It's an odd-couple story that reaches new depths of depravity.
Straight from Amy Schumer's provocative and hilariously wicked mind, Inside Amy Schumer explores sex, relationships and the general clusterf**k that is life with sketches, stand-up comedy and woman-on-the-street interviews. Executive produced by Schumer, Dan Powell and Jessi Klein.
Dennis, Dee, Mac, Charlie and Frank are the proprietors of Paddy's Pub, a run-down Philadelphia bar. They also might be the worst people in the world.
Kevin Hart takes time out of his busy schedule to introduce the world to some of his favorite up-and-coming comedians, including James Davis, Mario Tory and William "Spank" Horton. Now’s their chance to make it big and break on through to the Next Level.
Key & Peele showcases the fearless wit of stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele as the duo takes on everything from "Gremlins 2" to systemic racism. With an array of sketches as wide-reaching as they are cringingly accurate, the pair has created a bevy of classic characters, including Wendell, the players of the East/West Bowl and President Obama's Anger Translator.
Even though best friends Grover, Milk and Jamal are lowly benchwarmers on the Michael Clarke Duncan High basketball team, they've got superstar dreams. But it won't be easy to ascend from freshmen to legends: They'll need to prove themselves as champions on and off the court if they hope to earn any respect. Only time will tell if they have what it takes in this new animated series.
Review stars Andy Daly as critic Forrest MacNeil, who does not review boring things like films, food or art. Instead, Forrest reviews the most intense experiences of life itself -- by living them. From the dangers of drug addiction to the joys of sleeping with a celebrity, Forrest fully commits to showing us what life feels like, sometimes at the expense of his family and humanity in general.
Fresh out of medical school, John "J.D." Dorian, Christopher Turk and Elliot Reid join the staff of Sacred Heart Hospital, only to realize how much they still have to learn.
While growing up in the 70s, Eric Forman tries to avoid reprimands from his strict father, juggles his relationship with his next-door neighbor Donna and gets into trouble with his gang of friends in suburban Wisconsin.
Now hosted by Roy Wood Jr., This Is Not Happening features long-form storytelling from stand-up comedians, musicians and more. These outrageous stories show why real life experiences always make the best material.
Workaholics follows Blake, Adam and Ders, three friends who work together as telemarketers from 9 to 5, live together from 5 to 9 and party together 24/7. Whether they're at their house in Rancho Cucamonga or getting ready to rage at a Renaissance Faire, the guys find trouble wherever they go.