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Saturday Night LiveSaturday Night Live
NBC, 1975 Running | Comedy, Sketch/Improv, Music
Rating: 3.8/5

A late-night comedy show featuring several short skits, parodies of television commercials, a live guest band, and a pop-cultural guest host each week. Many of the SNL players have spun off successful independent comedy and/or movie careers from here.


The BoondocksThe Boondocks
Cartoon Network, 2005 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Drama, Action, Adult Cartoons | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.6/5

Called the fall's edgiest new show by TV Guide, Cartoon Network has committed to 15 half-hour episodes of the animated comedy, which is based on the satiric Aaron McGruder comic strip of the same name.


Full Frontal with Samantha BeeFull Frontal with Samantha Bee
TBS, 2016 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Talk Shows, News | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.1/5

An American late-night talk show that airs on TBS. Hosted by comedian Samantha Bee, an alumna of The Daily Show.


Have I Got News for YouHave I Got News for You
BBC One, 1990 Running | Comedy, Politics, Current Events, Game Show | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Get ready to laugh with satirical panel quiz "Have I Got News For You". Team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton are joined by guests each week. The past week's news stories are hilariously dissected by the panel, with a guest host presiding over the points.


Mock the WeekMock the Week
BBC Two, 2005 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Sketch/Improv, Game Show | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Get ready to laugh with Mock the Week! This political comedy improv show features teams of comedians improvising sketches about current events. From the producers of Whose Line Is It Anyway?, this series is known for its humorous and satirical take on politics.


Our Cartoon PresidentOur Cartoon President
Showtime, 2018 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Adventure, Animation | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.9/5

Our Cartoon President will follow the tru-ish misadventures of the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, and his merry band of advisors and family members. In this parallel cartoon universe, the Commander-in-Chief opens the White House doors for an "all access" look at a typical day in the life of the President of the United States. Our Cartoon President examines the quintessentially Trumpian details of the presidency and his most important relationships, and no one is safe - from his close family and confidants to key political figures from both parties and members of the media.


Chappelle's ShowChappelle's Show
Comedy Central, 2003 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Music | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

"Chappelle's Show" takes comedian Dave Chappelle's own personal joke book and brings it to life, with episodes consisting of sketches, man-on-the-street pieces, and pop culture parodies introduced by Dave in a stand-up format in front of a studio audience.


Utopia (AU)Utopia (AU)
ABC (AU), 2014 Running | Comedy, Politics | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.9/5

This series follows politics in Australia, a satirical comedy that follows the decision making process within politics and then passing them off as something productive.


The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHaleThe Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale
Netflix, 2018 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Talk Shows | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.2/5

The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale is a weekly half-hour topical series that takes a sharp, absurdist look at pop culture and news from across the globe. It's a fast and funny distillation of everything people are talking about that week. Featuring celebrity guests, comedy sketches, and insane video clips from the worldwide realms of TV, sports, politics, celebrity culture, and every corner of the internet, The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale is destination viewing for comedy lovers, or people who just really, really like green screens.


Spitting Image (2020)Spitting Image (2020)
BritBox, 2020 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, News | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.1/5

A modern re-imagining of the acclaimed satirical puppet show. Spitting Image ran for a total of 18 series between 1984 and 1996, and proved no one was safe from ridicule in puppet form, as public figures including Margaret Thatcher (who wore a man's suit and treated her Cabinet, "the vegetables" with utter contempt), Paul Gascoigne (with water constantly jetting from his eyes), John Major (a painted grey puppet to reflect his perceived dull personality), Michael Heseltine (as Tarzan), Ronald Reagan (shown in bed with two red call buttons, one marked 'Nurse', the other 'Nuke'), Mick Jagger (always high with huge rubber lips), Mikhail Gorbachev (with a hammer and sickle birthmark) and the Royal Family (The Queen Mother was often seen slugging from a gin bottle while The Queen studied the horse-racing pages).


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