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Secret Girlfriend

Based on a web series, this scripted comedy satirizing the modern dating scene. In this Comedy Central project the actors will address the camera as if it were the lead in the show.


Lewis Black's Root of All Evil

A rotating roster of comedians argue over who or what is the root of all evil in this courtroom parody. Lewis Black of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart presides as judge, and topics debated include such hot issues as 'Paris Hilton vs. Dick Cheney' and 'chick flicks vs. video games' among others.


The Chris Gethard Show

This has been referred to as "an often riveting experiment in seat-of-your-pants broadcasting" by The New York Times, "a party on the public access airwaves" by New York Magazine, and once caused Conan O'Brien to say "we're going to rip that off."


Robbie

Robbie's life may not have panned out the way he thought, but this small-town ice cream store manager, church league basketball coach and unexpected father isn't ready to give up on his dreams just yet.


Problematic with Moshe Kasher

Moshe Kasher brings the internet's most contentious topics into the studio for face-to-face discussions that are sure to make everyone uncomfortable. It's a message board come to life - but this time, hiding behind a username isn't an option.


Beavis and Butt-Head (2020)

In this new iteration, Beavis and Butt-Head are entering a whole new Gen Z world. Comedy Central has ordered two seasons of the new series with meta-themes relatable to both new and old fans - Gen X parents and their Gen Z kids. Judge is set to write, produce and provide voice over for both iconic characters.


Dog Bites Man

Dog Bites Man is a wacky new part improvisational comedy that follows the antics of a fictional news team as they interact with real people in a man-on-the-street documentary style.


Stella
Comedy Central,

2005

| Comedy
Rating: 3/5

A sketch comedy show that follows the absurd adventures of Michael, Michael and David.


Onion SportsDome

Based on the popular web series, the whole world of sports is covered including: teams, players, fans and crazy sports coverage. It appeals to all viewers and appreciators of The Onion News Network.


Upright Citizens Brigade

The underrated comedy central TV show Upright Citizens Brigade was created in 1998 and canceled in 2000. It was created by four improv comedians Matt Besser, Amy Poehler, Ian Roberts, and Matt Walsh. The show is various sketches that are linked together in the end in one big conflict. The four main characters (Adair, Trotter, Colby, and Antoine) operate in an under ground sanctum were they plot out ways to create chaos in society.