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After pop singer Justin Bieber has made headlines in recent years for plenty of delinquent behavior, there was something pretty satisfying about hearing he had signed on for the Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber. Regardless, there’s something even more satisfying about seeing The Biebs get pelted with eggs.
We probably all know by now that political satirist Jon Stewart is leaving his gig as host of The Daily Show sometime later this year. What we didn't know is how much of a financial impact his departure would have on Comedy Central's parent company stock price. Well, it's safe to say we know now... and the answer is “it's HUGE!”
What. The. Hell. The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman was on last night’s episode of Comedy Central’s @Midnight, and he may have dropped one of the biggest spoilers in the show's history. Spoilers abound!
Tonight, the world witnessed one of the more depressing TV announcements in recent years, as Jon Stewart is officially ending his reign as the anchor of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. To be expected, Stewart’s announcement to his studio audience was worlds more emotional than the statement released by the network.
When it was announced that Justin Bieber would be the subject of Comedy Central’s next roast, I had visions of the network’s offices collapsing beneath a mound of applications sent in by random people hoping to be the Roastmaster. But that didn't happen, and now Kevin Hart has the job.
For years, TV viewers who have no time for 24-hour news cycles have looked to one name to fill in the blanks on America's biggest headlines: Jon Stewart. And though we may have hoped that the suavest of the suave anchor would remain at the head of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, it looks like our days with Stewart are numbered.
Every year, the Super Bowl is generally the most-watched TV program, as everyone wants to get a look at the NFL’s two best teams duking it out amidst a bunch of expensive commercials. But for everyone who just wants to laugh, Comedy Central is giving Key & Peele its own Super Bowl special, and it’s going to be amazing.
Justin Bieber has been in the news plenty of times over the last couple of years, and not just for his hit music. Following getting poked fun at for his big Calvin Klein debut ad, Comedy Central has announced they have teamed up with Justin Bieber for a Comedy Central Roast.
Comedy Central might be making some lineup this year, but it looks like the gals from Broad City will be sticking around for quite some time. More details on the Season 3 renewal after the jump.
We’ve known for quite some time that Larry Wilmore was going to be taking over for Stephen Colbert on Comedy Central. His show is set to hit the schedule on January 19, but the upcoming show went from The Minority Report with Larry Wilmore to the less amusing The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore. Now we know why.
Tonight, Stephen Colbert will be leaving Comedy Central. Say goodbye to The Colbert Report with this 14-minute supercut of the host breaking character.
Chris Hardwick’s Internet-based game show @Midnight isn't a big producer of viral videos. The niche show airs quite late over at Comedy Central, following The Colbert Report in the network’s lineup. However, last night @Midnight featured Seth Rogen, James Franco and a holiday theme.
Last night, Comedy Central aired the episode of The Colbert Report we’ve all been waiting for. While Stephen Colbert and his team roped in the person who is arguably the biggest guest that a politically-oriented talk show could ever have on: President Obama.
Stephen Colbert is bringing the politically satirical Colbert Report to a close this month, but before he goes, he has landed his very first live interview with the President of the United States himself, Barack Obama.
Are you ready for more of Comedy Central’s signature brand of witty commentary? Well get ready for The Minority Report with Larry Wilmore. No, wait, the former Daily Show correspondent’s new series will actually be going by a different name now.