If ever you thought Inside Amy Schumer might get easier to watch at work, Season 4 won’t even wait for its April 21 premiere to leave you scrambling for headphones. The full fourth season trailer has arrived in all its uncensored glory, full of … perhaps it’s best you just watch.
We’re already approaching that criminal time of year in which Broad City comes to a close, but creator-star Ilana Glazer will have an extra-special treat for 4/20. See for yourself in the first full trailer for the timey-wimey, T-Rex chasing Time Traveling Bong!
If there was one name tossed out more over the last year than Amy Schumer, it likely would have been Hamilton, so let’s get those crazy kids together! A new sketch from Inside Amy Schumer Season 4 pairs the comedian with Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda for a new hip-hop musical on another famous American figure.
South Park has grown consistent enough as of its nineteenth season to not expect too many surprises, and while Matt Stone and Trey Parker have planned through at least 2019 seasons, the landmark 20th season already has an eye on the fall. Comedy Central has confirmed a September premiere date for the two-decade milestone.
April’s going to be a tough month for most TV premieres to command any attention, but Amy Schumer would rather join them, than beat them. The Comedy Central star goes Game of Thrones for the latest Inside Amy Schumer Season 4 tease, Jon Snow spoilers beware.
Amy Schumer feels your pain, to have endured her blockbuster 2015 full of Trainwrecks, standup specials, movies with Jennifer Lawrence and all-around splendor, but you’ve had plenty of time to recuperate. Even more exposure is coming in the first Inside Amy Schumer Season 4 teaser.
Real-world politics aren’t getting any less terrifying, so let’s all bask in Abbi and Ilana’s unbridled joy, shall we? The women of Broad City flip their lids for Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton, in a new clip preceding the Wednesday guest appearance.
Comedy Central’s Review has dominated critic recommendations for two seasons, however difficult its title makes word-of-mouth recognition, and Forrest MacNeil’s descent into misery may soon come to a close. Comedy Central has officially confirmed a third season as the show’s last, potentially airing as a Review movie, or shortened series.
A hundred years from now when scholars want an accurate snapshot of pop culture in the mid-2010s they can look through Kanye’s Twitter, read about #OscarsSoWhite or watch ‘Broad City.’ The latter is probably the most enjoyable choice, and one that best sums up the zeitgeist and millennials through its brazen approach at bizarre humor.
Too much time passes in between Broad City seasons, themselves already criminally short at ten half-hours apiece. Thankfully, Season 3 will catch us up completely with Abbi and Ilana over the last year, as the first clip spends some quality seasonal time with either in the bathroom.