Comedy Central’s stand-up series The Half Hour makes its way back to TV for a new season. Comedians featured include Damien Lemon, Michael Che, and Chris Distfeano. Check out some of the behind the scenes footage of Che & Distefano while on set. New season premieres June 6th at 12AM on Comedy Central.
The other night for an new episode of BET’s Comic View, Karlous Miller and T Murph took to the stage. During their performance Karlous shares his version of a gay basketball league, and later T Murph describes his run-ins with the homeless.
Last night a new season of stand-up comedy competition Last Comic Standing premiered on NBC. Out of the 100 competing comedians Rod Man hit the stage to share how there some things he doesn’t understand when it comes to shopping.
For the past episode of Comic View on BET, Lil Rel hit the stage along with Travina Springer. Check out a piece of his performance, and be on the lookout for his appearance on the upcoming Shaq All-Star Comedy Jam live From Las Vegas when it his stores July 1st.
For his stop by Charlotte’s Comedy Zone, Burpie got on stage to explain Tiger Woods behavior, and his cell phone service.
On May 22nd 9PM/8C stand-up comedy competition Last Comic Standing returns to NBC. Apart of the group of comedians, Zainab Johnson took to the stage. Check out some of her performance and see what the judges had to say.
Couple nights ago Jasper Redd made a stop by Arsenio to breakdown a few things that go unnoticed. From the renaming of the White House to the simple chore of doing your laundry.
During his recent stop at Virginia Beach Funny Bone, Leonard Ouzts took to the stage. He goes over his parents, being big, and childhood.
For his stop at Comedy Time, Chinedu got on stage to explain his African name, and why he keeps his dad a secret.
For a night at Stand-Up NY Amanda Seales got stage and shared the many different ways racism can be handled.