Drunk History, Baskets, Another Period, and The Detour All Return Tonight
Very quickly, here’s what you need to watch/DVR/stream later somewhere online:
Drunk History Season 5 Premiere at 10PM on Comedy Central
Baskets Season 3 Premiere 10PM on FX
Another Period Season 3 Premiere 10:30PM on Comedy Central
The Detour Season 3 Premiere 10:30PM on TBS
A Special “Drunk History Christmas” Airs on Comedy Central Tonight
Now that the holiday season is in full force, the line of holiday TV specials has already started.
Tonight, you might want to actually catch the Drunk History Christmas special as it includes the story of a Christmas Tree ban told colorfully by Rich Fulcher.
Drunk HIstory Christmas premieres on Comedy Central at 10PM.
Superego’s Matt Gourley Does the “Drunk History” of Rocket Scientist Wernher Von Braun
Normally being drunk and rockets should never ever mix.
Kyle Kinane Does Drunk History Proud in Telling Story of First Man in Space
In this segment, learn about one of the biggest milestones that too often gets overlooked in the historic space race back in the 60s and also enjoy the great Kyle Kinane really coming correct to an episode of Drunk History, complete with an “appropriate” hat.
Watch Paul F. Tompkins Try to Tell the Story of Vegas’ First Desegregated Casino on “Drunk History”
Watch Paul get really plastered and learn a thing or two about Las Vegas’ first progressive casino, The Moulin Rouge here.
Mark Gagliardi Returns to Drunk History to Tell The Story of Bass Reeves While Lying on the Floor
One of the original and go to narrators for Drunk History is Mark Gagliardi. Thus, what would this latest season be without him attempting to recount an oft-overlooked annal in history if not incomplete.
Mark sure came through with the story of Bass Reeves, a man of such Wild West legend that a fictitious legend was based off of him, as well as professions of love, lying face down on the floor, etc.
Drunk History Remembers Harriet Tubman For The Badass She Was
Our latest inebriated history lesson from the good folks over at Drunk History comes from narrator Crissle West with Octavia Spencer playing the most badass depiction of Harriet Tubman to date.
Today’s rap videos wish they had this much swagger coupled with a sense of justice.
Jenny Slate Finishes The Drunk History of Arno Penzias and Robert Wilson Discovering Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation
Here’s the rest of the amazing story, joyfully told by a tipsy Slate, which is how more revelations of the universe should be shared.
Here’s The Entire Comic-Con Panel for “Drunk History” Moderated by Paul F. Tompkins
If you think that making Drunk History on Comedy Central is a bunch of fun, series co-creators Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner as well as contributors Paget Brewster and Taran Killam assured everyone at a Comic-Con panel that indeed it really is a bunch of fun.
Look for new episodes in September.
“Still Punching The Clown” Cast to Include Sarah Silverman, J.K. Simmons, Mike Judge, Doug Stanhope, More
The sequel to Henry Phillips’ Punching The Clown has moved forward very quietly. We heard that it was going into production and then, just over two weeks ago, Phillips himself tweeted that it was “in the can”.
Punching the Clown 2 is now in the can. Look out for it next year! pic.twitter.com/joR73mq8xI
— Henry Phillips (@Henlips) November 25, 2014
So, not only do we have to look forward towards a release, perhaps, sometime next year, but, the cast for Still Punching The Clown is pretty damn great. J.K. Simmons, who you probably saw get sociopathic in Whiplash, Sarah Silverman, Jim Jefferies, Tig Notaro, Doug Stanhope, Mike Judge, Drunk History’s Derek Waters, Nikki Glaser, and more are all being featured in the film.
Hopefully, the news of a release date and the actual release date itself will come soon.
Derek Waters Tells The Origin Story of Drunk History
With Drunk History’s third season ordered at Comedy Central, series creator Derek Waters got to chat with Seth Meyers at Late Night about the actual inception and development of Drunk History.
Spoiler alert: It involves someone getting drunk…
‘Drunk History’ and ‘Nathan For You’ Return on Comedy Central Tonight, Everyone
More specifically, from 10PM to 11PM, you should be watching Comedy Central.
Drunk History Tells The Story of How The Statue of Liberty Came to America
Taran Killam plays Bartholdi, but more importantly, Falconer is drunk and playing with Play-doh while telling the story. Watch it here.
Watch a Story From Season 2 of Drunk History
It’s not long before Drunk History is back in our lives. Season 2 premieres on July 1st at 10PM on Comedy Central. While that’s some weeks away, they just released one of the stories featuring a great, drunk Allan McLeod and Jordan Peele reenacting scientist Percy Julian.
Spoiler alert: it’s great. Watch it now.