GET READY TO PARTY!
"ADAM DEVINE'S HOUSE PARTY" INVADES COMEDY CENTRAL(R) ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24 AT 12:30 A.M. ET/PT
Premiere Episode Features Stand-Up Sets from Ahmed Bharoocha, Andrew Santino, and Barry Rothbart
Episodes Available Day After Air in SD and HD for Download-To-Own on iTunes, Xbox Video
Amazon Instant Video, Sony Entertainment Network, Samsung and Vudu
NEW YORK, October 7, 2013 - You are cordially invited to join "Workaholics'" co-star Adam Devine and some of his funniest friends and fellow comedians when "Adam Devine's House Party" premieres on Comedy Central on Thursday, October 24 at 12:30 a.m. ET/PT.
During the eight-episode season, viewers will find out what happens behind the scenes when Devine is given a massive party budget and free reign of an LA mansion. Naturally, things get a little crazy as some of Devine's favorite up-and-coming comedians stop by to enjoy the party and perform stand-up sets on the incredible backyard stage. In the premiere, titled "Ex-Girlfriend" and featuring Ahmed Bharoocha, Andrew Santino, and Barry Rothbart, Adam makes a fool of himself as he tries to impress his former flame who shows up to the party on Andrew's arm.
Every episode mixes scripted storylines with real stand-up, and features an exciting lineup of up-and-coming talent: Asif Ali, Austin Anderson, Ron Babcock, Kevin Barnett, Byron Bowers, Matt Broussard, Pete Davidson, Drennon Davis, Sean Donnelly, Ron Funches, Matt Koff, Annie Lederman, the Lucas Brothers, Brent Morin, Esther Povitsky, Josh Rabinowitz, Adam Ray, Sam Simmons, Liza Treyger, Brooks Wheelan and Hampton Yount. Every great party needs a great soundtrack, during the season both Trash Talk and Palma Violets will stop by to play for the party guests.
Also joining the party are Betsy Sodaro and Jon Gabrus, in the CC: Studios web series "House Party Crashers." Filmed simultaneously with "House Party," "House Party Crashers" features Sodaro and Gabrus as overeager partygoers that are determined to help Devine throw the party of the year, whether he wants their help or not.
Leading up to the series premiere, both the Comedy Central Stand-Up and "Adam Devine's House Party" Web sites will feature preview clips from the season. The CC:Stand-Up app will also feature clips from the emerging stand-up comedians featured in the series. Follow Adam Devine on Twitter at @ADAMDEVINE, and Comedy Central Stand-Up at @ccstandup.
Each episode of "Adam Devine's House Party" will be made available the day after air in SD and HD for download-to-own on iTunes, Xbox Video, Amazon Instant Video, Sony Entertainment Network, Samsung and Vudu. A season pass also will be available on the platforms that support it.
Produced by Avalon Television, "Adam Devine's House Party" is executive produced by Devine, Avalon's Jon Thoday, Richard Allen-Turner, David Martin, Isaac Horne and fellow "Workaholic"
Kyle Newacheck, who will also direct the series. Christian McLaughlin and Toni Magon are the Executives in Charge of Production for Comedy Central.
Comedy Central, the #1 brand in comedy, is the home for the biggest names in stand-up including recent one-hour specials from Daniel Tosh, Kevin Hart, Jeff Dunham, Gabriel Iglesias,
DL Hughley, Amy Schumer, Anthony Jeselnik, Aziz Ansari, Chris Hardwick, Hannibal Buress,
John Mulaney, Al Madrigal, Reggie Watts, Demetri Martin, Pete Holmes and more.
In addition to its specials, Comedy Central stand-up series include "John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show," "Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution," "Mash Up," and "The Half Hour."
For clips, trailers, and other behind-the-scenes content visit www.cc.com/stand-up or the
CC: Stand-Up Facebook page, download the CC: Stand-Up app for iOS devices and Xbox Live, follow @ccstandup on Twitter and listen to Comedy Central Radio, exclusively on SiriusXM.
A part of the UK's Avalon Management Group, AVALON TELEVISION U.S. has produced the past four seasons of "John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show." In addition to the series, Avalon Television US is currently producing Comedy Central's hit series "Workaholics," now in production on season four.