Comedy Central Sets Fall Premiere Dates for South Park, Key & Peele and More
August 4, 2014
Comedy Central has today announced fall premiere dates for a number of its hit series. "Tosh.0" will return for a sixth season beginning August 26, followed by "Adam Devine's House Party" for a second on September 9 and "Brickleberry," returning for a third beginning September 16. "South Park" and "Key & Peele" will then return for 18th and fourth seasons, respectively, starting September 24 and "Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution," finally, will return a third season starting October 3.
"Tosh.0" returns with new episodes featuring razor-sharp humor and biting commentary from comedian Daniel Tosh. The weekly, topical series delves into all aspects of the Internet from the absolutely absurd to the incredibly ingenious. Each episode includes a "CeWEBrity Profile" or Tosh giving subjects of notorious viral videos a second chance to redeem themselves from the embarrassment with which they have become synonymous with their very own "Web Redemption."
The party continues when Adam Devine is once again given a massive party budget, this time in New Orleans. Once again, things get a little crazy as some of Devine's favorite up-and-coming comedians stop by to enjoy the party and perform stand-up sets, including Matteo Lane, Mark Serritella, Erik Griffin, Alingnon Mitra, Cy Amundson, Ben Roy, Sabrina Jalees, Nick Rutherford, Jesus Trejo, Rick Glassman, Monroe Martin, Kurt Braunohler, Crystian Ramirez, Billy Bonnell, Kevin Christy, Randy Liedtke, Rob Christensen, Kristen Schaal, Joe Pera, Thomas Dale, Rell Battle, Mike Bridenstine, Sam Morril, Tone Bell, Dave Thomason, John Mckeever, Nikki Glaser, Ian Karmel, Aparna Nancherla, and Brendan Lynch.
Ten episodes of the hit animated series, "Brickleberry," produced by Fox 21, from Executive Producer Daniel Tosh and series creators, writers and Executive Producers Waco O'Guin and Roger Black return this fall and the dysfunctional rangers at Brickleberry National Park are back for more trouble. The voice talent on the series includes Natasha Leggero ("Burning Love") as "Ethel," the smoking hot top ranger; Tom Kenny ("SpongeBob SquarePants") as "Woody," the head ranger who has good intentions, but not always the best ideas; Dave Herman ("Futurama") as "Steve," the overconfident Ranger of the Month; Jerry Minor ("Eastbound & Down") as "Denzel," the African American ranger who isn't comfortable in the woods; Roger Black as "Connie," the unusually strong and masculine female ranger; and Tosh as "Malloy," the cuddly, yet vulgar and spoiled resident bear.
Last season on "South Park," Kyle, Stan, Cartman and Kenny took on the US government, created world peace and fought the mall crowds for the latest videogame console during Black Friday. On Wednesday, September 24, the five-time Emmy winner returns for the first of ten new episodes.
Following the "South Park" premiere, the sketch comedy duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele return. The five-time Emmy Award-nominated and Peabody Award-winning "Key & Peele" utilizes filmed sketches to examine life in a provocative and irreverent way, from two men used to being on the outside looking in. Whether it's satirizing the President, spoofing musical acts, or riffing on current events, "Key & Peele" showcases their chemistry, camaraderie and unique point of view, born from their shared background and experiences growing up biracial in a not quite post-racial world. Fourth season guest stars include: Paget Brewster, Ty Burrell, Anna Camp, Julia Duffy, Clint Howard, Ernie Hudson, Rashida Jones, Rominy Malko, Lance Moore, Seth Morris, Kumail Nanjiani, Chelsea Peretti, Lance Reddick, Retta, Jason Ritter, Richard Schiff and Malcolm-Jamal Warner.
Back for a third season, Gabriel Iglesias and his pals take over The Ontario Improv. Each episode features Gabe opening the show with all-new material and introducing several stand-up guests throughout each show. Comedians featured during the season are Kabir Singh, Lance Patrick, Mark Viera, Barry Brewer, Shaun Latham, Jerry Rocha, Steve Simeone, G Reilly, Ian Bagg, Mike Merrill, Gina Brillon and Alfred Robles.