The comedian died Thursday, a week after suffering cardiac and respiratory arrest during routine throat surgery. “My mother’s greatest joy in life was to make people laugh,” her daughter said in a statement. “Although that is difficult to do right now, I know her final wish would be that we return to laughing soon.”
“So she’s tight with the Prime Minister of Tanzania. Well, I happen to be e-mail pen pals with the Prince of Nigeria.”
“We don’t want our customers to get sick, but if they do, technically that’s part of the artistic experience.”
Here’s an exclusive clip from next week’s Nathan For You.
A brutally hilarious commentary on fawning startup coverage. Vessyl, we hardly knew ya.
In a deal that underscores the increasing fragmentation of digital streaming services, Hulu announced over the weekend that it has acquired exclusive streaming rights to South Park. The deal, valued by The New York Times at more than $80 million, gives Hulu the streaming rights to the Trey Parker and Matt Stone cartoon’s entire back catalog, as well as new episodes following their premiere on Comedy Central.
“Listen, here it is: Technically, I never quit,” he said on the Late Show.
The writer and actor will host The Minority Report With Larry Wilmore, Comedy Central’s replacement for Stephen Colbert’s The Colbert Report. But who is he?
Larry Wilmore, the “Senior Black Correspondent” from The Daily Show will take Stephen Colbert’s place on Comedy Central.
ONE N TWO N THREE N FOUR!
Grumpy Cat may have the best strategy…
To tongue or not to tongue?
A satirical tweet from @ColbertReport was deleted Thursday after receiving sharp backlash, but not before the #CancelColbert hashtag started trending.
“Is the Yellow King my Xbox nickname? I don’t know.”
Plus the top 5 T.V. comedies you might be missing out on, an 8-bit “True Detective” theme song, and The Beibs acts a fool at a deposition.
Comedy Central’s Broad City features two best friends, Abbi and Ilana, who have the kind of best friendship you’ve always wanted.
Updated: Turns out the person behind the faux Starbucks stunt in Los Angeles is the star of the Comedy Central show “Nathan for You.”
Broad City co-creators, writers, and stars Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer worked their way from having a low-budget web series to being the executive producers of their own Comedy Central show…without sacrificing who they are. But they did get some help from Amy Poehler in the process.
“The great thing about the Homophobic Olympics is that just like the regular Olympics, every nation can take part!”
How a comedy novice went from sleeping on subways to being the hottest stand-up act in the country.
Whether you’re looking for an excuse to stay in on New Year’s Eve, or something to distract you from your New Year’s Day hangover, here are 15 TV marathons to indulge in over the holiday.
The comedian’s breakout role in Anchorman came a decade after one season on SNL. Now with the sequel finally in theaters (maybe you heard?) and his own throwback variety show in the works, he reflects on how he’s overcome setbacks and stayed in the game.
Thanks to The Colbert Report for the hot post idea.
Stephen Colbert and his writers pulled the curtain back on their Emmy-winning show during a panel at the New York Comedy Festival Thursday night. One question involved why there were so many white dudes on staff, while another centered on Wheat Thins.
You know, in its own South Park-y way.
I owe my love of pizza and tub time to Strangers with Candy and Amy Sedaris.
Here’s Jon Stewart’s righteous rage against Wall Street and news coverage of it from last night’s The Daily Show.
The 16-year-old Noble Peace Prize nominee, appeared on the Daily Show Tuesday night to advocate for widespread access to education. Jon Stewart was very excited.
In less than two years, the Comedy Central duo has created some of the most successful characters and bits in recent memory. Here’s how they do it.