Ratings: 'The Daily Show' Holds Steady With John Oliver's Debut As Host 1 week ago
Breathe easy, "Daily Show" fans; the great John Oliver experiment is a success. Or at least it certainly isn't hurting any....
By Tim Kenneally
The network is partnering with Running Press for the imprint, which will debut with a Leary "novelty book" in October
Production of Stephen Colbert's "Colbert Report" will resume on Monday, Comedy Central says. Taping was halted without explanation last week
Network declines comment on reports of a family emergency
Sketch-comedy series starring "MADtv" veterans gave network its best launch since 2009 with its Jan. 31 premiere
Charge related to sale of "Rock Band" maker Harmonix to blame for drop; profit from continuing operations down 5 percent
One-hour Comedy Central special airs Saturday
Lord of Leonisms wants you to laugh, spit out your drink and wet your pants. His "That's How I Dooz It" airs Saturday
Who will be the next to offer their voice?
State officials have been fighting over who should fund the primary, which is the first of the season in the South
It will stream live footage from MTV, VH1 and other networks
Comedy Central development slate heavy on Charlie Sheen roasters
Stewart compares the nightly news to 'Lunchables,' but Williams fights back
The late comedian's only hour-long special, "Elephant in the Room," to air uncensored at midnight
Series is cable's longest-running animated series
The Comedy Central personality stands up fellow 1-percenter Michael Bloomberg
The change will take effect Dec. 1
The media giant beats Wall Street expectations for revenue and earnings as its film division excels and cable continues to grow
Show honors the best comedy movies, TV shows, performers and digital content
Does it count as ironic when a bunch of slackers end up landing more gigs through their lack of effort?
The comedian says he predicted "Bucky" would strike out at Rotten Tomatoes, and reveals a hell-on-wheels upcoming guest
"The Daily Show" host devotes half his program to the interview, tells him to go to war in Iran
“The Daily Show” host fake-laments a world without his "Papa Bear"
Using the Charlie Sheen roast as an example, the president of MTV Networks Entertainment Group says that social media is a double-edged sword
The cable network is doing all it can to engage its audience on social media platforms during the Sept. 19 show
Based on these zingers from "The Family Guy" maestro, the upcoming Comedy Central Roast looks spectacularly nasty
From bloody noses to the K-word, everything you (might) not see when the show airs Sept. 19
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts