"South Park" is about to deal with COVID-19 in its own unique way with a pandemic special, set to air this week on Comedy Central.
In the newest installment, Randy's capitalizing on increased pot sales with a "pandemic special," and Cartman is refusing to go back to school.
"I couldn't be more excited about this new relationship with Comedy Central. They took a chance on me and have been fantastic in supporting [the show] over the past six seasons."
Despite a planned comeback, there are clear moments from the original series that shows Beavis and Butthead probably won't fare well in the current climate.
The Comedy Central news show asked viewers which screencap from Fox News was most iconic.
Mitch Hedberg died 15 years ago today. Here are 15 of the late comedian's best one-liners, to remember him by.
In this installment of "College Credit," Schuster encourages college students to learn from her experience and find a healthy balance between having fun and taking themselves seriously.
"When I was growing up, representation was practically non-existent," Awkwafina says.
Jenner was zinged by SNL's Chris Redd during Comedy Central's Roast of Alec Baldwin.
"Comedy is healing, comedy is therapy," Ross tells Newsweek. "People are now yearning for potent, unfiltered comedy."
Sinking a boat in the bayou, getting arrested in Atlanta and wrestling with veterans in Texas wasn't exactly what comedian Jordan Klepper envisioned when embarking on his new Comedy Central docuseries.
"Feel it, Secretary Clinton. Feel it, just imagine like you have a history with this," joked comedian Jordan Klepper.
A wide swath of seemingly sophisticated fake news stories began circulating about comedian Michelle Wolf, including one alleging she was arrested for bestiality.
"Washington and Jefferson are known for a lot of reasons," says Wood. "You only know Robert E. Lee because he fought to keep slavery."
Members of the "Daily Show" staff were reportedly uncomfortable with having Chris Brown on the show.
In his first show behind the wheel, Trevor Noah assures "Daily Show" fans that not that much will change.
'Moonbeam City' pays homage to the iconic yet forgotten artist.
Trevor Noah doesn't guarantee that you'll like him. He guarantees only that you won't be wasting your time by watching.
Jon Stewart is finally done destroying, obliterating, disemboweling, firebombing, demolishing and annihilating.
Served in the military? Want to make it in television? Jon Stewart has a boot camp for you.
The 31-year-old South African comedian will take over for Jon Stewart, who is leaving the show after more than 15 years.
Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson chat about talking to Sleater-Kinney, working with mentor Amy Poehler and watching some guy make out with himself.
Williams is a popular choice for the job, but she says she's "extremely under-qualified."