This week marks the series premieres of IFC's Garfunkel and Oates and FX's Partners. Partners stars Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence as lawyers with opposing ethical views forced to work together, while Garfunkel and Oates follows the mishaps of the comedy-folk duo Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci. In the world of late night, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Conan are new and set to feature comedians Andi Osho, Brad Trackman, Sam Morril, and Todd Glass.
Check out this week’s full comedy listings below:
Although many shows are on hiatus for the July 4th break, this week remains a big one for comedy. Drunk History and Nathan For You both return for second seasons on Comedy Central, while Undateable finishes out its season with three back to back episodes. Bad Teacher is also back with two brand new episodes, Jimmy Kimmel is the only late night host to air shows this week, joined by guests Melissa McCarthy, Marc Maron, and Mark Duplass. Check out the week's full comedy listings below:
Louis C.K.'s fourth season starts to wind down tonight a week ahead of its finale. It's been a season full of experimentation with multi-part stories and that continues with tonight's Louie, a special 90-minute, two-part episode entitled "In the Woods" that features guest stars Todd Barry and Jeremy Renner.
Elsewhere on TV this week, Dave Chappelle is doing Fallon and Letterman to promote his series of Radio City Music Hall shows, making these the first late night appearances he's done in a whopping six years. Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels are stopping by The Tonight Show tomorrow to debut the Dumb and Dumber To trailer, John Oliver's visiting Late Night with [...]
With most of the broadcast networks having aired their season finales over the last few weeks or are airing them this week, it's officially summer for the major networks. NBC is kicking off its summer programming, introducing the revamped version of its on-again off-again standup reality show Last Comic Standing, produced by Wanda Sykes and hosted by JB Smoove with Roseanne Barr, Russell Peters, and Keenen Ivory Wayans as judges this time around.
NBC is also debuting The Maya Rudolph Show, a one-off variety show special hosted by the SNL alum that will serve as a pilot for a regular series. Guests for the special include Kristen Bell, Andy Samberg, [...]