Earlier this week we saw Stephen Colbert beginning to shed his 'Colbert Report' character with a first stop on David Letterman's standing 'Late Show,' before Colbert's takeover in 2015, but both Colbert and his character will enjoy a long victory tour before moving to broadcast. Watch 'The Colbert Report' host make his in-character goodbyes to 'The Daily Show''s Jon Stewart, a year ahead of schedule!
HBO's 'The Newsroom' won't return until much later this year, even then taking a surprising season 3 bow-out to end the series, but the legacy of Aaron Sorkin parody remains as ripe as ever. Watch Amy Schumer and 'Sports Night' veteran Josh Charles capture that classic Sorkin style in new 'Inside Amy Schumer' parody 'The Foodroom.' And, yes, there's walk-and-talk.
Where last week brought the earth-shattering late night news that David Letterman would descend the 'Late Show' throne to retire in 2015, and yesterday brought the surprisingly quick announcement that 'The Colbert Report''s Stephen Colbert would fill the seat, we knew the reactions would be quick. Watch Colbert and 'The Daily Show''s Jon Stewart react to the news from yesterday's new episodes!
Both Comedy Central and Stephen Colbert have well-established that 'The Colbert Report' features the political satirist in a deliberately-heightened and ultra conservative fictional representation of himself, though a new controversy has emerged from the most recent episode. Following an out-of-context tweet from 'The Colbert Report''s page, accusations of racism have been leveled at the host, with some even calling to "#CancelColbert."
Despite being unusually broken up by the holiday weekend's actual Black Friday, it seems 'South Park' will indeed carry on its 'Game of Thrones' parody into an epic conclusion this Wednesday with the aptly-titled "Titties and Dragons." The war between Xbox One and PS4 comes to a bloody conclusion, but what can we see by the first trailer?
Last night's 'South Park' tribute to 'Game of Thrones' will apparently continue into a third installment on December 4 (referenced within the episode itself as shifting "Black Friday,") but Butters' trip to George R.R. Martin's house bore unexpected fruit: Check out the 'Game of Thrones' theme redone with a disgusting 'South Park' twist!
Last week 'South Park' took us by surprise in crafting a 'Game of Thrones' parody wrapped around the concept of "Black Friday," but not so surprising as to learn that the story will continue in a second episode! Watch what happens when Butters takes his 'Game of Thrones' grievances to George R.R. Martin himself in the first clip from "A Song of Ass and Fire!"
Comedy Central slacker comedy 'Workaholics' has steadily grown in popularity from its 2011 debut to the point where the cable network ordered fourth and fifth seasons to begin airing in 2014, while the stars made regular rounds at Comic-Con. But has the comedy team behind the series begun work on a feature-length adaptation?
It's been an otherwise quiet day in the realm of TV news, but Comedy Central certainly seems to have made the most of it. Not only will breakout comedy duo 'Key & Peele' return for a fourth season, but so too will the animated 'Brickleberry' draw itself a third outing and the web series-adapted 'Drunk History' take a second course.
Last week we caught our first glimpse of the new 'South Park' season previewing the newsworthy topics likely for target by the Emmy-winning series, but at long last season 17 premiere "Let Go, Let Gov" is nearly upon us. The first new 'South Park' footage of the season has emerged, but who becomes the first target of Cartman's wrath when the acclaimed satire finally returns?