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9/13/13 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#401) Joe Mande, Jamie Lee, and W. Kamau Bell
9/6/13 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#408) Ali Wong, Travon Free, and Paul. F. Tompkins
8/30/13 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#403) Ron Funches, Mark Forward, and Dan Soder
8/23/13 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#402) Phil Hanley, Brooke Van Poppelen, and Gary Gulman
8/16/13 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#407) Morgan Murphy, Seth Herzog, and Rory Scovel
8/9/13 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#405) James Adomian, Jessi Klein, and Pete Holmes
8/2/13 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#406) Joe Zimmerman, Sara Schaefer, and Tom Lennon
7/26/13 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#404) Nick Turner, Colin Jost, and Reggie Watts
8/24/12 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#302) Dan St. Germain, Adam Lowitt, Andy Zaltzman, and Dana Gould
8/17/12 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#304) Michael Che, Iliza Shlesinger, Hari Kondabolu, and Michael Ian Black
8/10/12 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#301) Mike Lawrence, Andy Zaltzman, Kurt Braunohler, David O'Doherty
8/3/12 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#306) Leo Allen, Al Jackson, Sheng Wang, and Marc Maron
7/27/12 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#303) Jared Logan, Adam Newman, Emily Heller, and Hannibal Buress
7/20/12 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#305) Hari Kondablolu, Mark Normand, Ben Kronberg, and Wyatt Cenac
4/28/11 (Th.)11:59 PMCOMEDY(#203) Kumail Nanjiani, Jen Kirkman, Kyle Kinane, and Al Madrigal
4/21/11 (Th.)11:59 PMCOMEDY(#202) Brendon Walsh, Glenn Wool, Kumail Nanjiani, and Kirk Fox
4/14/11 (Th.)11:59 PMCOMEDY(#201) Mike Lawrence, Marina Franklin, Brendon Walsh, and Greg Behrendt
4/7/11 (Th.)11:59 PMCOMEDY(#205) Anthony Jeselnik, Rory Albanese, Deon Cole, Tommy Johnagin, and David Koechner
3/31/11 (Th.)11:59 PMCOMEDY(#206) Deon Cole, Moshe Kasher, Marina Franklin, and Maria Bamford
3/24/11 (Th.)11:59 PMCOMEDY(#204) Kyle Kinane, Glenn Wool, Rory Scovel, and Pete Holmes
2/12/10 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#104) Chris Hardwick, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Greg Fitzsimmons, and Paul F. Tompkins
2/5/10 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#106) Nick Kroll, Chris Hardwick, Matt Braunger, and Kristen Schaal
1/29/10 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#101) Maria Bamford, Hannibal Buress, Amy Schumer, and Marc Maron
1/22/10 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#102) Pete Holmes, Hannibal Buress, Matt McCarthy, and Janeane Garofalo
1/15/10 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#105) Mary Lynn Rajskub, Matt Braunger, Hari Kondabolu, and Brian Posehn
1/8/10 (Fr.)11:00 PMCOMEDY(#103) Maria Bamford, Nick Kroll (as Fabrice Fabrice), Greg Fitzsimmons, and Eugene Mirman

1/8/10 - 9/13/13
canceled/ended (2012-2013 season)
completed airing its current season
4 (32 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
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(from Comedy Central's press release, July 2013) "The Daily Show's" John Oliver is pulling double duty this summer when he once again brings together some of his favorite stand-up comedians for the fourth season of "John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show," premiering on COMEDY CENTRAL on Friday, July 26 at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT. Filmed at Webster Hall in New York City and presented with limited commercial interruption, "John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show" is a half-hour series featuring three comedians per episode and hosted by Oliver, who opens each episode with all-new material. In the premiere episode, featuring Nick Turner, Colin Jost, and Reggie Watts, we learn about the troubling existence of "Daily Show" slash fiction, exactly what a year's supply of donuts consists of, and Watts' stance on cultural differences, told in his signature song form. Throughout the eight episode season, fans will be treated to sets from an exciting mix of up-and-comers and established names: James Adomian, W. Kamau Bell, Mark Forward, Travon Free, Ron Funches, Gary Gulman, Phil Hanley, Seth Herzog, Pete Holmes, Jessi Klein, Jamie Lee, Tom Lennon, Joe Mande, Morgan Murphy, Sara Schaefer, Rory Scovel, Dan Soder, Paul F. Tompkins, Brooke Van Poppelen, Ali Wong, and Joe Zimmerman.
· John Oliver as Host
· Anne Harris as EIP (Comedy)
· Dan Lubetkin as CO-EP
· David Martin as EP
· James Taylor as EP
· John Oliver as EP
· Jon Thoday as EP
· Michelle Caputo as PROD
· Richard Allen-Turner as EP
· Shannon Hartman as DIR
· comedy (all)
· comedy (improv/sketch)
· Art & Industry
· Avalon Entertainment
· Sixteen String Jack Productions