‘Tosh.0,’ ‘Drunk History’ Lead 7 Comedy Central Renewals

Upfronts 2016: Network sets final season for “Review” and extends Season 1 of “Not Safe With Nikki Glaser”

Comedy Central has renewed seven of its shows, including “Tosh.0” and “Drunk History,” the network announced on Tuesday.

“Review,” “This Is Not Happening,” “Alternatino,” “Nothin’s Easy” and “Questionable Science” will also live to see another day on the network and its digital platforms. However, “Review” will end after its upcoming third season.

In addition, the network has extended Season 1 of “Not Safe With Nikki Glaser” for an additional 10 episodes. Glaser’s series takes a humorous look at sex and dating in the modern age. The series is executive produced by Glaser, Chris Convy, showrunner Chris McGuire and Brillstein Entertainment Partners’ Alex Murray.

“Tosh.0” stars comedian Daniel Tosh, who cracks wise about some of the best viral content floating around the Internet. The show, which recently aired its 200th episode, is executive produced by Tosh, Charlie Siskel and Christie Smith.

“Drunk History” pairs inebriated storytellers with A-list talent to provide a unique take on the familiar and less familiar people and events from our country and around the world as they reenact moments in history with bizarre and funny results.

Gary Sanchez Productions produces the show, with creators Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner executive producing, along with Gary Sanchez Productions’ Will FerrellAdam McKay and Owen Burke.

“Review” is a mockumentary series starring Andy Daly as a reporter who investigates serious topics like joining the mile high club and starting a cult. Daly, Jeffrey Blitz, Andy Blitz and Charlie Siskel executive produce.

“This Is Not Happening”  features host Ari Shaffir and his comedian friends telling true stories in front of a live audience at Cheetahs in Hollywood. Shaffir, Jeff Tomsic, Eric Abrams — who also serves as showrunner — and Avalon’s Sam Saifer serve as executive producers.

“Alternatino” is a Comedy Central digital series which follows “Broad City’s” Arturo Castro as he attempts to examine life as a modern Latino.

“Nothin’s Easy” is a digital series featuring David Angelo as a struggling comedian trying to make sense of life in Los Angeles. Angelo writes the show, which is directed by Sam Sklaver.

Finally, “Questionable Science” is another digital series that stars Rich Fulcher as “Professor Rich” and his Unfocused Group as they answer some of science’s greatest mysteries. It is written by Doug Karo and Fulcher and co-directed by Nick Corirossi and Charles Ingram.

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