If you haven't gotten into The Eric Andre Show yet, you need to put aside whatever you're doing and binge watch the first two seasons of this insane and incredible anti-talk show co-starring Hannibal Buress. If you've already gotten into The Eric Andre Show, Adult Swim has made it easy for you to watch every episode another ten times, because nothing's better on a slow Friday afternoon than a "Hannibal's Hands" segment. [via The Comedy Bureau]
Comedian Hannibal Buress just keeps getting busier and busier. This year, he returns as co-host on Adult Swim's The Eric Andre Show (which just started airing its second season), while voice acting on China, IL and going on tour with Funny or Die's recent Dave Chappelle/Flight of the Conchords-fronted Oddball Fest and The Eric Andre Show Live next month. Next year will see the debut of Comedy Central's Broad City (on which he has a big recurring role), his new Comedy Central hour special, and FXX's Chozen, another animated series he's lending his unique voice too. On top of all that, he's creating and starring in [...]
Adult Swim announced this morning that the second season of The Eric Andre Show will debut Thursday, October 3rd, at 12:30am. Host Eric Andre will once again be joined by sidekick Hannibal Buress for his anarchic talk show the new season, which will feature guest stars like Dominic Monaghan, Brian McKnight, Eric Balfour, Henry Rollins, T-Pain, and more. There will also be an Eric Andre Show Live! tour in November. Dates/venues have not yet been announced.
After The Eric Andre Show's premiere, a new series called Hot Package will debut at 12:45am. It's a fictional Canadian entertainment program a la Entertainment Tonight or EXTRA created and hosted by comedian Derrick Beckles.
Eric Andre's absurd Adult Swim anti-talk show is getting another season. Accompanied by his bored co-host Hannibal Buress, each episode of The Eric Andre Show finds the comedian playing host to a chaotic, nightmarish talk show with a mix of real and fake guests and hidden camera pranks. The second season is set to premiere on Adult Swim this October. Earlier this season, Andre played a supporting role on ABC's now-canceled Don't Trust the B—-. He recently starred in a Greg Daniels-produced sitcom pilot for NBC. Following a group of 20somethings and their dating lives in a big city, the show is in contention for a spot on the [...]