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After four years with The Daily Show, rising young funny woman Jessica Williams is moving on to focus on an upcoming project of her own for Comedy Central. “I feel so many emotions,” Williams told Entertainment Weekly, as this Thursday’s episode will be her last. “I feel like I’m growing up and graduating.” Host Trevor…

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Sitting in the same room with Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele is like being in the presence of brothers from another mother. One day following the capacity-filled Atlanta screening of their new film, Keanu, Key and Peele sat in a suite at the Four Seasons and displayed the kind of synergy that often comes from…

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Fresh off the successful five year run of his hit sketch comedy show, “Key & Peele,” actor and writer Jordan Peele is already eyeing his next project. Peele will write and direct a horror film called Get Out. The film, to be produced by Blumhouse Productions and QC Entertainment, will follow a young Black man as…

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Larry Wilmore

Fans of Comedy Central’s “The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore” who wondered if the series could survive with the departure of Jon Stewart from its lead-in program, “The Daily Show,” need not worry anymore. The network announced earlier this week that host Larry Wilmore and the gang will be back for a second season as they…

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Sad news for fans of the hit Comedy Central show “Key and Peele.” Series stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have decided that the fifth and current season of their wildly popular sketch comedy show will be their last. “This is our final season – and it’s not because of Comedy Central, it’s us,” Key said. “It…

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Dave Chappelle is returning to the small screen, but don’t call it a comeback. The famed comedian recently did a set of shows at the Austin City Limits festival in Texas and took the captivated audience by surprise when it was revealed that the footage from the show will be used for an HBO special. Fans…

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Though comedian Trevor Noah has only been a contributor to Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” for less than a year, he may soon play an even bigger role on the show, according to key insiders. Sources close to the show say that Noah is on the short list of possible successors once longtime host Jon Stewart steps down at…

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It appears to be Hannibal Buress’ turn to bat. After spending years writing for other comedians and cutting his teeth in Hollywood, the Chicago native will finally get the chance to fully flex his creative muscle with the announcement that he will be receiving his very own half hour show on Comedy Central. The network…

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Justin Bieber becomes the butt of the joke. Last night, friends and fans tuned in as the Bieb was royally roasted during Comedy Central’s “Roast of Justin Bieber.” Throughout the night, the troubled singer was roasted harshly about his relationship with Selena Gomez and overall bad attitude. Here are some of the best jokes (at…

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Happy 41st birthday Dave Chappelle! The stand up comedian and actor had his first performance during Amateur Night at Apollo at 19 years old. Later, he became the co-creator of The Chappelle’s Show, a popular sketch comedy show which ran on Comedy Central from 2003 to 2006. He infamously walked away from a $50 million contract…

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Happy 48th birthday Chris Rock! Rock is a comedian, actor, producer, director and screenwriter whom Comedy Central proclaimed to be the fifth-greatest stand-up comedian of all time. His 1996 comedy special, “Bring The Pain,” won two Emmy Awards and  critical acclaim. Richard Pryor, Rock’s hero, was named by Comedy Central the No. 1 stand-up comedian of all…

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