[07/16/15 - 02:00 PM] Comedy Central Honored with Record 26 Primetime Emmy Nominations Comedy Central talent is recognized in both the lead and supporting categories for acting in a comedy series, with Amy Schumer nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series in her first year of eligibility and Keegan-Michael Key for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.
[06/29/15 - 01:09 PM] Comedy Central Is Coming to San Diego Comic-Con! Comedy Central's no-badge-required, free and open to the public event, #ComedyCentralCon will take place from 11:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. on Friday, July 10 and Saturday, July 11 at The San Diego Wine & Culinary Center directly across from the Convention Center.
[06/03/14 - 11:47 AM] Comedy Central's Hits Head to Bonnaroo Highlights include the "Drunk History Live with Derek Waters and Friends" show will take place at Bonnaroo Cinema on Saturday, June 14 at 3:45 p.m.
[12/11/13 - 08:46 AM] Comedy Central(R) Sets Winter Schedule Newly announced premieres include "Workaholics" (Wednesday, January 22), "Review" (Tuesday, February 18) and "TripTank" (Wednesday, April 2).
[04/05/12 - 11:14 PM] Development Update: Thursday, April 5 Updates include: Andrew Leeds is bound for The CW's "Cult"; David Walton to replace Bryan Greenberg on CBS pilot; and Jimmy Smits lands season-long arc on "Sons of Anarchy."
DESCRIPTION: (from Comedy Central's press release, May 2015) "Drunk History" returns for a third season of pairing inebriated storytellers with A-list talent to reenact great moments in history with unforgettable results. Created for television by series host Derek Waters and director Jeremy Konner, "Drunk History" takes viewers on a tour of cities across America, providing a unique take on the familiar and less familiar people and events from our country's great past. As told by narrators who stumble and slur their way through the re-telling, season two segments featured guest stars including Jack Black, Courteney Cox, David Cross, Charlie Day, Laura Dern, Emily Deschanel, Nathan Fielder, Johnny Knoxville, Nick Kroll, John Lithgow, Jordan Peele, Joe Lo Truglio, Jack McBrayer, Stephen Merchant, Patton Oswalt, Busy Philips, Jason Ritter, Winona Ryder, among many others. This season the show takes on stories about Cleveland, New Jersey, Miami, New Orleans, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, space, inventors, games, spies, and journalism, covering everything from the invention of motion pictures to the rise and fall of the Cocaine Godmother and the truth behind Roswell.