Trevor Moore returns to The Comedy Channel with his second one-hour special, Trevor Moore: The Story of Our Times, debuting on Saturday, May 5 at 7:30pm.
Moore’s special finds him struggling through an insufferable brunch with his girlfriend (Esther Povitsky) and her friends (Alana Johnston, Amanda Seales, and Theo Von) as they discuss all the relevant issues of the day. Naturally, he can’t stop himself from expressing his own views on the topics through a series of outrageous songs and music videos, including “My Computer Became Self Aware” and “Bullies.”
Moore is a founding member and the leader of sketch comedy group The Whitest Kids U’ Know. Their self-titled comedy sketch show ran for five seasons, and their videos have accumulated over 100 million views on YouTube. Moore spent 2013 touring the nation with the Whitest Kids and as a solo act, and that March released his debut comedy music album Drunk Texts to Myself on Comedy Central Records. Moore was a regular correspondent on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. He co-directed, co-wrote and starred in the feature films Miss March and The Civil War on Drugs.