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You Won’t Be Sorry Watching ‘I’m Sorry’ on truTV

The truTV network has historically been known for its reruns of its male-centric comedy shows: Impractical Jokers, The Carbonaro Effect, and Adam Explains Everything to name a few. The Andrea Savage-helmed I’m Sorry broke this mold when it premiered on the network in July, 2017. After its critically acclaimed 10-episode first season, I’m Sorry returns Wednesday for its much awaited second…

South Park season 22 on Comedy Central

No Better Time to Come on Down to ‘CANCEL South Park’

You may have seen the commercials, the hashtag, and that little emoji that pops up after you type in the hashtag—all calling for someone to do what surely must be done after all of these years: #cancelsouthpark. We’re only at the halfway mark of the veteran Comedy Central series’ twenty-second (!!!) season, but already the…

Anthony Atamanuik in 'A President Show Documentary: The Fall of Donald Trump" (Comedy Central)

‘The President Show’ Imagines ‘The Fall of Donald Trump’

While everyone is intensely speculating about what will happen in the midterm elections, the people behind Comedy Central’s late-night talker The President Show are looking a little farther into the future in a new special, A President Show Documentary: The Fall of Donald Trump. Led by Anthony Atamanuik’s peerless impression of the president, the special…

William Jackson Harper and Kristen Bell in 'The Good Place' (NBC)

Season 3 of ‘The Good Place’ is the Forking Shirt

Stop me if you’ve heard this one: A man walks into a TV executive’s office. “What do you have for me?” the exec asks between sips of La Croix. “Something funny? Your career has been an unbroken streak of hilarious half-hour comedies, and I can’t wait to see what’s next!” “Okay,” says the man. “It’s…

Jim Carrey in 'Kidding' (Showtime)

Jim Carrey Plays it Straight in Showtime’s ‘Kidding’

“Feel it and you can heal it,” sings Mr. Pickles. “Isn’t growing up funny?” Showtime’s new half-hour dramedy Kidding, starring Jim Carrey as a kids TV host in crisis, is freighted with an odd mix of expectations, coming as it does after the rapturously received Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, the Mr. Rogers documentary whose…