October 12, 2016

Review: Drunk History Goes Way Beyond Drinking Games

For over four seasons (already picked up for a fifth) Comedy Central has aired Drunk History, the brain child of Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner. And while the premise suggests the show exists alongside fratboy-comedy, Drunk History stands out as something different from anything else on TV. The simple premise, comics getting drunk and telling stories, has resulted in educational TV for adults. Entertaining, clever, and legitimately informative, the show goes a step beyond…reminding audiences that while history can seem boring in the classroom, history should be fun
October 2, 2015

W. Kamau Bell’s SXSW Show Continues, See What You Missed in Austin This Year

Like most people, you didn't make it to Austin Texas this year for SXSW. In July, Showtime gave you a chance to see some of what you missed when they aired part one of the two part series, "SXSW Comedy with W. Kamau Bell."
September 1, 2015

Drunk History Returns; Derek Waters Tells Us What to Expect In Season Three Including His Drunkest Episode Yet

Tonight on Comedy Central, everyone's favorite history show, Drunk History returns to Comedy Central for an all new third season of stories from our nations archives told through the lense of a bottle of whisky...or vodka...or wine.
June 29, 2015

Free Meltdown Show at San Diego Comic-Con Announced

Comedy Central is heading to Comic-Con and they're bringing The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail.
January 5, 2015

Watch the Trailer for David Cross’ Directorial Film Debut “HITS”

The trailer is out for David Cross' first film that he's directed, "HITS".
August 14, 2014

Comedians on Late Night TV Thursday August 14: Whitney Cummings, Derek Waters, The Winner Of Last Comic Standing and More

There's plenty of comedians and comedic actors to watch in both brand new late night television and in repeats that you might have missed.
July 26, 2014

Nathan For You, Drunk History Get Third Seasons

Fans of Nate Fielder’s hit Comedy Central show, Nathan For You, and the acclaimed Drunk History have something to rejoice about. Comedy Central has renewed both of their hit series for third season runs.