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It’s common knowledge that there are more commercials during TV programs than there used to be. While adding a few seconds here or there hasn’t been all that noticeable, there are a few channels that are pretty bad offenders, with commercial breaks running as long as 8-10 minutes.
How would Neil deGrasse Tyson – one of the most respected and prolific scientific geniuses of the modern era – resolve a minor conflict with a nagging wife? According to a brand new Key and Peele sketch, exactly how you would expect the brilliant scientist to.
When you hear the name Mike Rowe, you probably conjure up images of him walking through filthy sewers. But can you picture him sitting behind The Daily Show desk? Apparently Rowe was very, very close to becoming the host not once, but twice.
Arby’s has no bad blood (outside of their sandwiches) with all the fun that Jon Stewart has made of them over the years, and it paid respect to the vacating talk show host with a pair of ads on Stewart’s penultimate Daily Show episode last night.
More than a decade ago, Helms was a lesser-known TV personality working on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Now that Stewart is ending his run on the Comedy Central series, Ed Helms has shared a hilarious story about one of his first days on set.
It's been a good run, and the show has been responsible for some of the best sketch comedy in recent memory, but Comedy Central's Key and Peele is coming to an end after this current season.
A few weeks ago, we learned that The Daily Show was reaching out to Stewart’s detracts for an amusing segment. Now, we can confirm that Donald Trump has definitely been asked by the series to appear toward the end of Jon Stewart’s tenure.
Jon Stewart is getting ready to head into the home stretch of The Daily Show. His last show is set for August 6. It’s expected that his last dozen shows will contain a collection of big names and/or Jon’s favorite guests. We now have the date for the biggest name of them all.
Anytime a show makes it to the point where it’s one of the longest running series on TV, conversations inevitably turn to when it might end, and South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are used to it. Thankfully, they seem to be putting that ball in Comedy Central's court.
Amy Schumer has become one hot commodity as of late. Now as the young comedian gears up for her feature film debut, she’s opened up about a few other opportunities she was offered in the past year, one in particular, the hosting position of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show.
When tragedy strikes as it did this week in South Carolina many people handle it in many different ways. But when this is the news of the day, what do you do when your job is to make fun of the news? For Jon Stewart, it was all about being serious.
The years of cable and satellite’s domination over TV-viewing consumers is slowly getting balanced by a host of new plans that allow customers to choose the channels they want to subscribe to. According to a new survey, these are the top 20 channels people need.
Later this year, Comedy Central’s The Daily Show will feature its first new host in 16 years. Many names were tossed around about who could replace Stewart, but not a lot of people were talking about comedian Chris Rock, who actually passed on the opportunity.
We’ve culled together several lifetime’s worth of TV viewing, put all the data into a giant 1980s computer, and out popped a list of the 10 greatest cable channels of these modern times.
Check out Inside Amy Schumer’s hilarious spoof of Friday Night Lights and rape culture in the football world. Most uncomfortable mash-up ever? I should say so.