Freak Show is an animated television series on Comedy Central created by H. Jon Benjamin and David Cross.The show chronicles a freak show, called the Freak Squad, which reluctantly moonlights as a group of second-rate superheroes employed by the US government.The first and only season, which consisted of seven episodes, premiered on October 4, 2006, and ended on November 16, 2006. Cross and Benjamin were executive producers in addition to voicing various characters. Radical Axis handled all aspects of production, from initial audio records and character design to final delivery of the master. The series was released on DVD on June 12, 2012.
A collection of sketches is presented based on Arturo Castro's experiences as a Latino millennial in the US. Arturo satirizes everything from dating in the age of social media to US culture and the political climate.
The Jeselnik Offensive is an American late-night television program that airs on Comedy Central. It is hosted by stand-up comedian Anthony Jeselnik, who extends his onstage character into weekly, topical humor with a sociopathic, dark twist. The show primarily consists of a monologue and two panelists who join Jeselnik in adding a humorous take on shocking, lurid news stories. The series premiered February 19, 2013, on Comedy Central. It was renewed for a second season on April 26, 2013, and aired July 9, 2013.
Secret Girlfriend is an American television series which aired in October and November 2009 on Comedy Central. The show features the viewer as the "star" of a dating satire, with the show's actors addressing the camera as if it were the lead character.Secret Girlfriend originated as a Web series created by Jay Rondot and Ross Novie, who are executive producers on the TV adaptation. The showrunner is Eric Weinberg, also an executive producer. The series was recast for television. Each half-hour episode includes two eleven-minute segments.On April 29, 2010, though no media websites officially announced the show's cancelation, Novie announced via Twitter that there would be no second season.
Chris's guests will chat and compete against each other in a series of physical feats and Ramsey Challenges before trying to outdo each other in Gamewreckers, where they'll play classic computer games while Chris does his best to distract them with wrestlers, electrocution bracelets and a paddle-whipping dominatrix.