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
Levitt will oversee brand development
Back from the dead, Matt Groening's animated sci-fi comedy nabs a seventh improbable season
Comedy Central host uses kid gloves for interview with "Special Report" anchor
Inaugural Comedy Awards to feature Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon, Tracy Morgan, John Stewart, The Roots, others
Giles was formerly SVP of research and planning
Special featuring remembrances from Jon Stewart, Conan O'Brien, Sarah Silverman and others to debut March 18
The Donald is skewered at a taping that featured stand-up from Larry King, Snoop Dogg and a bad "Situation"
Network's inaugural "Comedy Awards" to present award in legendary talk show host’s honor
'Family Guy' creator first to emcee back-to-back as show takes aim at The Donald in return to New York
NBC sitcom gets seven nominations; "Easy A" gets four; "Conan" snubbed in late night category
"Daily Show" host tees off on his favorite target for suggesting Hitler's coming to Cairo
Comedy Central greenlights eight episodes for ex-"SNL" star
Billed as "the first-ever multi-network, multi-platform, annual event dedicated to honoring and celebrating the world of comedy," it will air in April, simultaneously across MTV properties
Veteran executive previously worked for Oxygen and VH1
"I’m confused as to how anybody could make fun of me,” says Trump.
Goodbye, wacky buildings
Is it even possible to parody "What What (in the Butt)"?
Returning to late night, former "Tonight Show" host earns 4.2M viewers -- just over double his number of Twitter followers
Role for head of programming expanded
With the launch of "Conan," "The Daily Show" faces something it has never before in its timeslot: competition
"The Daily Show" becomes the first late-night talk show to beat both Letterman and Leno in average nightly viewers
From CNN to Comedy Central, a review of television's midterm madness
Network's coverage of "Rally to Restore Sanity" garners almost as many viewers as Glenn Beck's did last month across three cable news networks
(That the Tea Party should fear)
Comedy Central duo's gathering in Washington outdrew Glenn Beck event
Analysis: The skits bombed, the music rocked. But you can exhale if you were worried that Stewart was about to become a political activist
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