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Eugene Mirman Makes the Coolest Malt Liquor Ad Ever on 'The Approval Matrix'

brightcove.createExperiences(); Here's a sneak peek at Monday night's episode of SundanceTV's The Approval Matrix, in which host Neal Brennan wonders what happened to being cool and enlists Eugene Mirman to star in a malt liquor ad that updates the smoothness of '80s Colt 45 commercials with today's idea of coolness — a Game of Thrones fan who gets really mad if you rudely take the "Cold 45" he wanted to give to his friend Xavier.

Garfunkel and Oates Meet the Real John Oates While Buying Some Parody Porn

Here's a clip from tomorrow night's episode of Garfunkel and Oates, in which Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci decide to buy a promising looking porn parody called Garfinger & Butts and check out at the register with porn shop owner John Oates. Apparently there was more to the duo's deal with Oates than free beer.

Watch a Five-Minute Preview of the 'Simpsons'/'Family Guy' Crossover Episode

Fox revealed the above five-minute preview of its upcoming Simpsons/Family Guy crossover episode at Comic-Con yesterday, which is set to premiere as Family Guy's season premiere on September 28th. The preview is at first a pretty average meeting of the minds between the Griffins and Simpsons, only to devolve into a fist fight between Peter and Homer that leads to a possible nuclear meltdown.

Watch a Season 8 Sneak Peek of 'Trailer Park Boys'

The new season of Trailer Park Boys won't be on Netflix until the fall, but for now there's this preview/round of life updates from Ricky, Julian, Bubbles, and even J-Roc. Julian runs a new bar/gym, Ricky has insulated his trailer with weed, Bubbles has started a "Shed-n-Breakfast" for kitties, and J-Roc has a new line of homemade vodka, so it sounds like things are going pretty well.

Tonight's 'Nathan for You' Looks Delightful

If you haven't been watching Comedy Central's new show Nathan for You this season, you're missing out. It's easily the best new comedy of the year. Sure, we're only three months into the year, but it's still a really great, funny show, and tonight's episode, which involves star Nathan Fielder staging a fake reality show to get women to like him, looks pretty spectacular.

Check Out a Preview for 'Mulaney' with Nasim Pedrad, Natasha Leggero, and More

A week ago Fox posted the above sneak peek of the upcoming debut season of Mulaney, and while it's tough to judge a new show based on a 30-second preview, one thing is for certain: "It's Andre!" is going to be the hottest TV catchphrase come October 5th.

Nathan Fielder Wants More Women to Give Birth in Taxis in Tonight's 'Nathan for You'

Here's a sneak peek at tonight's new episode of Nathan for You, which follows Fielder as he attempts to help a struggling taxi service owner get the viral bump he needs with the help of as many pregnant women as possible.

Jordan Peele Plays Stan Lee in This Sneak Peek of 'Key and Peele' Season 4

At Comic-Con yesterday, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele revealed one of their sketches from the upcoming fourth season of Key and Peele premiering on September 24th, which — fittingly for Comic-Con — shows Peele as Marvel's Stan Lee. They duo also revealed that they're developing a movie (aside from their project with Judd Apatow) called Keanu, and Peele gave only one hint about what it's about: "Keanu is a kitten."

Fox Will Preview Two New Animated Shows Next Month

Fox will air sneak previews for two new animated series, Lucas Bros. Moving Co. and Golan the Insatiable, when it brings back its Saturday night ADHD block on November 23. The 15-minute previews will air between new episodes of Axe Cop and High School USA! , both of which return on November 2.

Lucas Bros. Moving Co. was created by comedy standup duo and identical twins Kenny and Keith Lucas. The plot follows the brothers starting a moving company "whose customers are often apprehensive to hire such a scrawny duo." Golan the Insatiable is about "a mighty godlord from an alternate universe who arrives in the small town of Oak Grove, where [...]

A Look Ahead at 'Archer's New Season

Archer is the best workplace sitcom on television. I suppose it's a decent spy-parody, too.

The FX animated show, pitched as "James Bond meets Arrested Development" by creator Adam Reed, enters its fourth season tonight, looking for new places to go after the third season began with a three-part pirate adventure, detoured to missions around the globe, and closed with a two-part mission in space reminiscent of James Bond in Moonraker. But all of the spy-aesthetics are secondary to the running jokes and squabbling character dynamics that make the show much more Arrested Development in nature (not to mention Jessica Walter's warped maternal dynamic with H. Jon Benjamin's titular [...]

The 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Cast Gives a Season 2 Preview

The second season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine doesn't premiere on Fox until September 28th, but in the meantime the network released this first-look preview featuring the main cast giving some hints of what to expect when the Golden Globe-winning show makes its glorious return, including some new hairstyles and office romance developments.

Nathan Fielder Tries to Improve a Dating Website in This 'Nathan for You' Sneak Peek

Here's a clip from tonight's new episode of Nathan for You in which Fielder is tasked with helping a dating website attract more women. It might be an extremely sexist idea, but who cares about sexism when women are constantly getting murdered by their creepy dates?

Watch Nathan Fielder Attempt to Be a Hip TV Host

Here's a clip from last night's Nathan for You that's pretty fantastic if you like the idea of Fielder hiring a focus group to turn him into a hip, stylish, v-neck-wearing TV host then testing his new personality on last year's no-nonsense private investigator Brian Wolfe. Click through for the second clip.

See Aubrey Plaza, Donald Glover, and Andy Samberg in a New Clip from 'The To Do List'

Here's the first released clip from The To Do List, a new comedy starring Aubrey Plaza and written/directed by Maggie Carey (Funny or Die Presents) that's set to hit theaters August 16th. Bill Hader, Donald Glover, and Andy Samberg play supporting roles, and you can see them for two seconds each in this clip.