• Southern California wildfires halt comedy productions

    Comedies Drunk History and Instant Family have both been impacted by the recent Southern California wildfires. The fires temporarily shut down production on the Comedy Central series. Five films have canceled red carpet events over the past month, including the Coen brothers’ Netflix anthology The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. Paramount also opted to cancel the red carpet premiere and the after-party for the Mark Wahlberg-Rose Byrne comedy Instant Family. The screening

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    Drunk History sixth season coming to Comedy Central in January; Corporate renewed

    Drunk History is coming back for a sixth season. The hit Comedy Central faux-history show is out with new episodes on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at 10:00 p.m. One new episode will be devoted to a parody of Are You Afraid Of The Dark? which will tell the story of how Mary Shelley created Frankenstein. The episode features Evan Rachel Wood as Mary, Seth Rogen as Dr. Frankenstein, Elijah Wood as

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    Drunk History finale on Comedy Central stars Courteney Cox, Casey Wilson, Alia Shawkat as First Ladies (Video)

    Drunk History’s season two finale goes down tomorrow on Comedy Central at 10:30 pm ET— and with the finale comes our country’s First Ladies. In the episode, we find Courteney Cox playing Edith Wilson, Casey Wilson as Dolley Madison and Alia Shawkat, who plays Frances Cleveland to Bobby Moynihan’s Grover Cleveland. You can check out that clip below. Enjoy! Get More: Comedy Central,Funny Videos,Funny TV Shows   You can check

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    Comedy Central orders more Key & Peele, Brickleberry, and Drunk History

    Plan on seeing more amazing sketches, more drunk historical interpretations, and more of a talking bear. Comedy Central announced last week that is has ordered a third season of Brickleberry, a fourth season of Key and Peele, and has renewed the freshman show Drunk History for a second season. “We are covering several genres with these pickups: one sketch, one animation, and whatever Drunk History is,” said Comedy Central President

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    Drunk History premieres, Jeselnik Offensive returns for season two on Comedy Central (Videos)

    Tonight’s a big night for your comedy television viewing pleasure. Funny Or Die’s original series Drunk History will make its long awaited debut on Comedy Central at 10 pm ET. Enjoy as you watch Watch as drunk people explain historical events while famous comedians (Jack Black, Bob Odenkirk, Adam Scott and Will Forte to name four of many) act out said drunk retellings! Check out a preview below. Drunk HistoryGet

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    You can watch the full first episode of Drunk History before it premieres July 9 on Comedy Central

    Drunk History, Comedy Central’s newest series, doesn’t premiere until July 9, but the network has added the first episode to its website two weeks early. The first episode covers the Watergate scandal, John Wilkes Booth and Elvis meeting Richard Nixon. Throughout the series, spawned by the recurring Funny or Die feature, comedians and celebrities will act out historical scenes while a very drunk narrator stumbles their way through. Expect to

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    Will Ferrell may bring Funny Or Die series ‘Drunk History’ to Comedy Central

    Fill up your wine glasses, comedy fans– because the Funny or Die hit web series, Drunk History, may be coming to Comedy Central! The network has ordered a pilot for Drunk History Across America. The tipsy historical reenactment videos, featuring the likes of Will Ferrell, Jim Carey, Jen Kirkman and Zooey Deschanel, would likely transition to television easily, what with its core tradition of an inebriated narrator remembering historical events.

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    Ryan Gosling, Eva Mendes, Jim Carrey star in ‘Drunk History’ Christmas edition

    If you’re like us, you thought there would be no new installments of Drunk History, the web series created by Derek Waters, who last posted an episode to Funny or Die almost two years ago. But Waters has something to teach us all about hope. And that is that we should have some. Just in time for the holidays, Drunk History returns with its version of the immortal Christmas poem,

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    Eleven comedy web shows that should be television shows

    When it comes to developing comedy show for television, with the exception of Louie, there is hardly any unilateral decision making that allows for something that is “just good” to be on the air. Demographics, built-in markets, censors, programming and more unfortunately factor into what usually makes it to the air. On the Internet, however, the phenomenon of the web series, though often low budget, has allowed for creativity to

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    Comedian Jen Kirkman gets drunk, drops some history for Funny Or Die with Will Ferrell

    How did we ever get through our high school History classes without Funny Or Die’s series Drunk History? We got through them pretty well, actually, because we weren’t distracted nearly enough. Right now, if we were in History class, we’d totally be watching the latest installment of said series on our flippin’ iPhones not giving a rat’s butt what that jag-off teacher was yammering on about in front of the

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