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‘Drunk History': Comedy Central Show to Feature Kristen Wiig, Jack Black and Many More
The moment we heard Comedy Central would take Will Ferrell's Funny Or Die web series 'Drunk History' to TV, we knew we'd be in for a cavalcade of celebrity guest stars, but perhaps not this many. The network has officially set a July 9 premiere for the web-adapted reenactment series, amid a mammoth list of guest stars that includes everyone from 'SNL' vet Kristen Wiig to Winona Ryder and 'The Inte
Comedy Central’s ‘Ugly Americans’ Cancelled
As Comedy Central prepares to launch the final (ish) season of 'Futurama' on June 19, we've learned another animated series of the cable network has officially gone gently into that good night. After two seasons, the animated horror-comedy 'Ugly Americans' has officially closed up shop, but will producers find another avenue with which to continue the series, like 'Futurama' before it?
‘Futurama’ Cancelled Again, Comedy Central Issues Final Season Notice
Bad news, everyone! After enjoying a two-season comeback and a series of DVD movies, it seems 'Futurama' will once again retire the Planet Express ship, ending its revived run on Comedy Central after the next 13 episodes. The comedy network officially opted not to renew past a seventh season, but is 'Futurama' really gone for good this time? Might producers find yet another avenue to continue? Rea
‘South Park’ Season 17 Sets Premiere, with Reduced Episodes?
Considering 'South Park's amazing length and cultural relevance, fans have endured long periods of speculation over when its increasingly prolific creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker would hang up their parkas, and finally close the doors on the long-running series. As the series heads into a 17th season, and Parker and Stone prepare the launch of their own studio, might 'South Park's days be comi
‘Workaholics’ Renewed for 2 More Seasons, ‘Drunk History’ Ordered To Series
Every 'Workaholics' fan knows that they've gotta be fresh, and Comedy Central isn't going to argue any time soon. In addition to the fourth season of the twenty-something slacker comedy set to premiere on January 16, Comedy Central also announced at the Television Critics Association press tour its plans to return 'Workaholics' for a fifth season as well. Additionally, FunnyOrDie sketch 'Drunk His
Details of Charlie Sheen Comedy Central Roast Leaked
Can’t wait until September 19th to see whether Charlie Sheen‘s winning streak continues at his Comedy Central roast? Then you’re in luck! The Hollywood Reporter recently wrote up highlights from the event, which took place on Saturday night.
Charlie Sheen in New Roast Promos – ‘We Left Normalville a Long Time Ago’ [VIDEO]
In a couple of new promotional spots for his September 19 Comedy Central Roast, Charlie Sheen is cast as the conductor of the Roast Express, a crazy train loaded with silicon-injected goddesses and visualizations of some of Sheen’s notorious catch phrases (“winning,” anyone?). The train makes stops in Goddess Harbor and Tiger Valley, but when one babe asks if Normalville is on the route, Sheen qui