Tosh.0 has been renewed for a 30-episode fifth season, Comedy Central announced Wednesday.
Hosted by Daniel Tosh, Tosh.0 has become the network's highest-rated series, averaging 3.7 million viewers.
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Daniel Tosh has apologized for making a rape joke during a Los Angeles stand-up show on Friday.
"All the out-of-context misquotes aside, I'd like to sincerely apologize," Tosh tweeted.
David Letterman received the top honor as the recipient of the "Johnny Carson Award for Comedic Excellence" at the inaugural Comedy Awards.
The event, which honored the industry's top writers, directors, actors and stand-up comedians, took place in New York last month and was simulcast on Comedy Central, Spike TV, TV Land, VH1 and Nick at Nite on Sunday.
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