For the first time in South Park's 17-season history, creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker missed the deadline to complete an episode, Comedy Central announced Wednesday.
Instead of the previously scheduled new episode, "Goth Kids 3: Dawn of the Posers," a repeat of...
Summer's over and with that ends "Blurred Lines"'s reign as the song of the season. Fortunately, we already have a great contender for the song of the fall: "The Fox" by Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis.
While Robin Thicke wondered, "What rhymes with 'hug me?'" this catchy Nordic tune isn't afraid to ask the tough questions, like, "What does the fox say?"
John Oliver and Jon Stewart
Jon Stewart is officially on hiatus from The Daily Show for the summer, and it appears that new host John Oliver is already making himself at home.
At the end of Thursday's show, Stewart attempted to offer a heartfelt goodbye to his audience, but was interrupted by Oliver, who showed up behind the desk with a tape measure, barking orders into a cell phone.
The cast of Workaholics won't be punching out anytime soon.
Comedy Central has ordered two more seasons of the office single-camera comedy, the cable network announced Saturday at the winter TV previews.
"When I realized Workaholics is not a reality show, it made me appreciate the guys' talent that much more," Comedy Central's Head of Original Programming and Production, Kent Alterman said in a statement. "It only seems right that we would renew for two seasons."
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Added stars Adam DeVine, Blake Anderson and Anders Holm, and director Kyle Newacheck: "We're...
Ilana Glazer, Abbi Jacobson
Comedy Central has given a pilot order for the web series Broad City, starring former Upright Citizens Brigade members Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, the network announced Monday.
Amy Poehler will be one of the pilot's executive producers.
TV Guide Network's original comedy series StandUp in Stilettos will return for a second season in November, the network announced Monday.
The Office's Kate Flannery will also return as the show's host. "There are so many great, funny women we couldn't fit them all in one season. Not even close!" said Flannery, who plays Meredith Palmer on the NBC workplace comedy.