Watch Roy Wood Jr. as Host of This Is Not Happening in Season 4 Trailer
Roy Wood Jr. has taken over hosting duties from Ari Shaffir for the fourth season of Comedy Central’s storytelling series This Is Not Happening.
Per usual, there are very insane stories, several of which probably benefit from certain statutes of limitations being over, and crazy looking interstitials inspired by the title of the show.
By the way, Roy looks pretty damn slick in his get up, doesn’t he?
Here’s the trailer.
This Is Not Happening season 4 premieres Friday, Feb. 2nd at Midnight on Comedy Central.
Here’s the Season 3 Trailer for “Baskets”
Perhaps it’s because of the human element that underlies Baskets or just how great of a serious goofball Zach Galifianakis is what makes Baskets the one clown that is actually endearing across the board.
See for yourself in the season 3 trailer here.
Season 3 premiere of Baskets will be on Tuesday, Jan. 23rd on FX.
Season 2 of Baskets Premieres Tonight
Just a friendly reminder that you should catch the season 2 premiere of Baskets on FX tonight at 10PM before diving into watching coverage of the inauguration tomorrow and throughout the weekend.
Baskets Season 2 Gets a Full Trailer
Just over a month from now, there will be the return of Louie Anderson as a mom, Zach Galifianakis as one of the saddest clowns ever, and Martha Kelly being Martha Kelly.
There have been plenty of short promos over the past several months, but here’s a full trailer that will satisfy, at least for a little while, your fix for more Baskets.
Season 2 is set to premiere on FX on Thursday, January 19th.
Emmys Went to Veep, Transparent, SNL, Last Week Tonight, Baskets, Girls, Master of None, and Key & Peele Last Night
Outstanding Comedy Series-Veep
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series-Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series-Jeffrey Tambor, Transparent
Outstanding Lead Directing for a Comedy Series-Jill Soloway, Transparent
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series-Louie Anderson, Baskets
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series-Kate McKinnon, SNL
Outstanding Variety Talk Series in a Comedy Series-Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
Outstanding Variety Special-The Late Late Show Carpool Karoake Prime Time Special
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series-Peter Scolari, Girls
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Serires-Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, SNL
Outstanding Variety Sketch Series-Key & Peele
Outstanding Writing for Variety Special-Patton Oswalt, Talking for Clapping
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series-Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang, Master of None
For the most part, heavy perennial favorites won here, and deservingly so, like Veep, Transparent, and Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. Key & Peele got a proper send-off for the final season with this Emmy win and what might be talked about as one of Louie Anderson’s best performances of his career in Baskets as the mother nabbed him a statue as well. Also, Master of None’s writing definitely earned its Emmy win here.
Take note of the power of premium cable and streaming services, particularly HBO and Amazon, in this round of winners.