Australia’s biggest international comedy show will premiere on The Comedy Channel over three hilarious weeks commencing Thursday, August 24, at 8.30pm. It will also be available to stream on Foxtel Now. Filmed live during the 2017 Sydney Comedy Festival, the often controversial three part gala will be hosted by Australia’s wickedly funny comedian Joel Creasy, and…Read more
Season 9 to premiere on The Comedy Channel October 2 at 8pm Express the US Foxtel announced today the Emmy®- and Golden Globe-winning HBO comedy series Curb Your Enthusiasm will return for its ninth season exclusively to The Comedy Channel premiering Monday October 2 at 8pm Same Day Express from the US, and available to stream on Foxtel…Read more
Top Ten Parks And Recreation Moments Parks And Recreation is one of the most loved shows ever, so we thought we would count down our top ten moments from all seven seasons and tell you why we love them! 10. The Ice Rink This scene honestly felt like it went for an hour within itself…Read more
JUST FOR LAUGHS SYDNEY PRESENTS JUST FOR LAUGHS SYDNEY COMEDY FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER 11-17 2017 Just For Laughs Sydney is returning this September 11-17 and celebrating its 7th year! This year the festival will bring acts including Kevin Bridges, Joel McHale, Gad Elmaleh, Rhys Darby, My Favorite Murder, Bert Kreischer, TOFOP with Wil Anderson and Charlie Clausen,…Read more
Daily Show Tuesday 06/06 Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, pastor – Greenleaf Christian Church & president – Repairers of the Breach Wednesday 07/06 John Avlon, editor-in-chief of The Daily Beast & author – “Washington’s Farewell: The Founding Father’s Warning to Future Generations” Thursday 08/06 Sebastian Junger & Nick Quested – “Hell on Earth: The…Read more
Daily Show Tuesday 23/05 – Hiatus Wednesday 24/05 Dr. Elizabeth Ford, Chief of Psychiatry, NYC Health & Hospitals’ Correctional Health Services & author – “Sometimes Amazing Things Happen” Thursday 25/05 Logan Browning, actor – “Dear White People” Friday 26/05 Sen. Al Franken, D-MN, author – “Al Franken, Giant of the Senate” Jimmy Kimmel Tuesday 23/05…Read more
Daily Show Tuesday 23/05 – Hiatus Wednesday 24/05 – Hiatus Thursday 25/05 – Hiatus Friday 26/05 – Hiatus Jimmy Kimmel Tuesday 23/05 Actor Jim Carrey (“I’m Dying Up Here”), Rachel Lindsay(“The Bachelorette”), Musical guest Bush Wednesday 24/05 U2 (“The Joshua Tree Tour 2017”), panel and performance Thursday 25/05 Actor Zac Efron (“Baywatch”), Actress Connie Nielsen…Read more
Daily Show Tuesday 16/05 Timothy Snyder, Yale Professor and author – “On Tyranny” Wednesday 17/05 Gabourey Sidibe, actor & author – “This is Just My Face: Try Not To Stare” Thursday 18/05 Susan Burton, founder/executive director of A New Way of Life & author – “Becoming Ms. Burton: From Prison to Recovery to Leading the…Read more
Daily Show Tuesday 09/05 Wanda Sykes, comedian & actor – “Snatched” Wednesday 10/05 Djimon Hounsou, actor – “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” Thursday 11/05 Valerie Jarrett, Former Senior Advisor to President Obama Friday 12/05 D.L. Hughley, comedian & host of “The D.L. Hughley Show” – the Comedy Get Down Tour Jimmy Kimmel Tuesday 09/05…Read more
“Trump” hosts his own tremendous late night show Wednesdays from May 3 at 8.30pm on The Comedy Channel or stream instantly on Foxtel Play Continuing in Comedy Central’s grand tradition of producing ground-breaking late night television, a new weekly topical series The President Show – with a Trump-ian spin – is premiering on The Comedy Channel…Read more
Daily Show Tuesday 02/05 – Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett, Tommy Vietor Wednesday 03/05 – W. Kamau Bell Thursday 04/05 – Michael Bloomberg, Carl Pope, Sanaa Lathan Friday 05/05 – Robert Sapolsky Jimmy Kimmel Tuesday 02/05 – Dr. Mehmet Oz, Musical guest Kings of Leon Wednesday 03/05 – Actor Will Arnett with special appearance by the…Read more
Mondays from April 24 at 8.30pm on The Comedy Channel Express from the US or stream instantly on Foxtel Play From executive producers Mike Judge and Alec Berg comes a new season of Silicon Valley, the HBO comedy series that satires the big ideas and even bigger egos of U.S. tech mecca Silicon Valley. The HBO…Read more
Express from the US only on The Comedy Channel The wait is almost over for (one of) HBO’s biggest Sunday night shows, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver – a satirical look at the week in news, politics and current events – Season 4 premieres exclusively on The Comedy Channel Mondays from February 13 at 9pm Express…Read more
Ahoy comedy lovers! It’s time to mark your calendars, as we’ve announce the first round of acts that will be part of the Sydney Comedy Festival 2017. The city’s much loved comedy extravaganza will return for its 13th year for four hilarious and huge weeks from 24 April to 21 May 2017. Tickets have now been released…Read more
FOXTEL’S NEW ANIMATED COMEDY PACIFIC HEAT LAUNCHES ON THE COMEDY CHANNEL NOVEMBER 27 AT 8PM Foxtel will exclusively premiere its new local comedy commission, Pacific Heat, Australia’s first adult animation, and the latest comedy from the award-winning Working Dog team of Santo Cilauro, Tom Gleisner, Rob Sitch and Michael Hirsh. Pacific Heat will enjoy a worldwide…Read more
New Foxtel series Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia announces its ensemble cast of seven exciting and talented performers. Comedy superstar Rhys Darby is joined by comedy festival favourites Cal Wilson, Tegan Higginbotham and Susie Youssef, along with world-class improviser SteenRaskopoulos, and newcomers Bridie Connell and Tom Walker. Read more.
The Comedy Channel commissions Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia for Australian audiences and signs series host Tommy Little
Foxtel announced today it has commissioned Whose Line Is It Anyway? exclusively for The Comedy Channel bringing the world-famous improvisational comedy show to Australia with a hilarious line-up of popular comedians and new faces. Aussie comedian Tommy Little is new host and almighty ruler of Whose Line and will be joined by seven exciting and…Read more
A ‘beautiful bromance’ – on set with Open Slather‘s Shane Jacobson and Stephen Curry. THERE’S a solemn air in the room as Shane Jacobson and Stephen Curry prepare to film a sketch for the Comedy Channel’s satirical show Open Slather.
The changing faces of comedy – on set with Open Slather’s ‘newbie’ George H. Xanthis. &lt;link rel=”stylesheet” href=”http://resources.newscdn.com.au/cs/chronicle/couriermail/latest/assets/styles/btf-article.min.css”/&gt;‘); // WHEN Open Slather was first pitched to Foxtel as a big-name sketch comedy, the producers decided to find some fresh new faces to join the mix. Over 400 people applied for one of 12 slots. And for a…Read more
Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan joins his good friend Shane Jacobson in an Open Slather sketch Australian comedy great Paul Hogan has returned to television for a sketch of biblical proportions.