Stand-up superstar Kevin Hart travels across America in order to learn about the comedy scenes in cities from coast to coast, and find each destination's budding stars.
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.
Comedians of all stripes, from rising stars to established legends, pop into New York's legendary Comedy Cellar every week for a topical set.
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.
Comedy and music collide at the third annual Clusterfest, a three-day festival in San Francisco featuring Amy Poehler & Friends, John Mulaney, Patton Oswalt, Issa Rae and The Roots. Throw in live podcasts like "My Favorite Murder," interactive attractions and the best rising comics, and you've got yourself a must-see experience.
Get your stand-up fix from today’s freshest young comedians as Comedy Central introduces you to up-and-coming comics like Natasha Vaynblat, Petey DeAbreu, Ian Lara and Tom Thakkar, who are serving up quick hits of their sets.
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.
Roast Battle pits two rising comics against each other in an all-out war before a panel of judges including Roastmaster General Jeff Ross. Childhood traumas may be dredged up, and painful divorces might be mocked, but these battles always end in a hug.
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, William “Spank” Horton, Tacarra Williams and Marvin Hunter. Now’s their chance to make it big and break on through to the Next Level.
These half-hour specials showcased some of the best up-and-coming comedians of the moment. The show was a pivotal stepping stone for many of today's stand-up stars, including Dave Chappelle, Patton Oswalt, Amy Schumer, Jim Gaffigan, Kevin Hart, Zach Galifianakis, Dane Cook, Bill Burr, Wanda Sykes and Maria Bamford.
Based on the popular live show, The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail features comedy icons and up-and-comers performing in the back of a comic book shop. Hosts Jonah Ray and Kumail Nanjiani welcome the best comedians around as they experiment with new bits onstage and hang out backstage.
Not for the easily offended, Comedy Underground with Dave Attell showcases uncensored late-night stand-up from some of the dirtiest comedians working today. Each episode features sets from three comedians as well as special appearances by some of Dave's friends including Amy Schumer, Ron Jeremy, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog and more.
We gave Adam Devine a bunch of money to produce a comedy show, but he blew it all on a huge house party. Each episode features the Workaholics star in a series of scripted scenes, woven together with sets from some of the best up-and-coming comedians working today. The show has a little something for everybody and is -- to borrow a phrase -- very tight butthole.
John Oliver hosts some of the best comedians around, including Reggie Watts, Pete Holmes, Rory Scovel and Paul F. Tompkins, in this stand-up series.
The Half Hour shines a spotlight on some of the funniest and most unique voices in stand-up comedy. You'll never guess how long each episode is.
Based on the popular live show of the same name, The Benson Interruption features comedian Doug Benson sitting on stage and interrupting his friends. Why? Because the show isn't called The Benson Sits Quietly and Doesn't Bother Anyone, that's why.