‘@Midnight’ Returns to Comedy Central January 6 + ‘Kroll Show’ Second Season Debuts January 14
via press release:
POINTS!!!! LATENIGHT SOCIAL SENSATION “@MIDNIGHT” RETURNS TO COMEDY CENTRAL®
FOR ITS FIRST FULL SEASON JANUARY 6 AT MIDNIGHT
NICK KROLL AND HIS WHOLE CADRE OF CHARACTERS ARE BACK
FOR A SECOND SEASON OF “KROLL SHOW” PREMIERING JANUARY 14 AT 10:30 P.M.
“WORKAHOLICS” ARE BACK ON THE GRIND FOR SEASON 4 WITH NEW EPISODES STARTING JANUARY 22 AT 10 P.M.
ALL-NEW SERIES “BROAD CITY” DEBUTS ON COMEDY CENTRAL JANUARY 22 AT 10:30 P.M.
EXECUTIVE PRODUCED BY AMY POEHLER AND BASED ON THE POPULAR WEB SERIES “BROAD CITY”
EMMY ®-NOMINATED WRITER AND “CHAPPELLE’S SHOW” CO-CREATOR NEAL BRENNAN HITS THE STAND-UP STAGE
FOR ONE-HOUR SPECIAL “WOMEN AND BLACK DUDES” JANUARY 18 AT MIDNIGHT
Is your New Year’s resolution to shed a few pounds in 2014? Well, can’t help you there. But if you’re resolving to laugh more, Comedy Central has you covered! We’re kicking off the new year with a big lineup of original series premieres, returning favorites, and new movies, starting with the return of the late-night social series “@midnight.” The Chris Hardwick-hosted franchise returns January 6—you guessed it—at Midnight. Then, chameleonic comedian Nick Kroll is back with a second season of “Kroll Show,” bringing crowd favorites Dr. Armond, Liz and Liz, Bobby Bottleservice and more back to the screen starting January 14 at 10:30 p.m.
Bummed to be back in the office after all that December holiday cheer? Well, you’re not the only one heading back to work—your favorite “Workaholics” kick off season four on January 22 at 10:00 p.m. And be sure to stay tuned after the show—immediately following the premiere of “Workaholics,” Comedy Central’s brand new series “Broad City” makes its debut at 10:30 p.m. From Executive Producer Amy Poehler, the show spotlights 20-something urban adventurers Abbi and Ilana as they try to keep pace with life in the big city.
Neal Brennan isn’t a woman or a black dude, but in his new hour-long special “Women and Black Dudes,” the Emmy nominee and “Chappelle’s Show” co-creator discusses race and gender with a sharp wit that shows just how he became one of the finest comedic writers in the business. “Women and Black Dudes” premieres January 18 at Midnight.