Donald Glover, Gabriel Iglesias, And Craig Ferguson Amongst Stand-Up Specials Airing This Fall
Just the other day I was wondering what kinda comedy specials I would be privy to in the fall, then I got a press release telling me what’s up. It’s days like this I feel I need to play the lottery. ‘Cause I would kill.
Comedy Central announced plans to air Donald Glover’s new stand-up special Weirdo on November 20th. Bringing the man’s total hours of the day being busy to 27. But that’s not all, the channel also announced Gabriel Igleisas presents Stand-Up Revolution will premiere on October 6th as well as Craig Ferguson’s special, Does This Need To Be Said? later that month on October 15th. Pablo Francisco’s new stand-up special will come on November 5th and TJ Miller wrapping November (12th) up with a new special. In addition bookending the second half of the year will be a Jeff Dunham special on September 25th and Carlos Mencia on December 4th.
Comedy Central also announced dates for more original programming including newly acquired series 30 Rock.
Roast of Charlie Sheen Monday, September 19th at 10pm
Tosh.0 September 20th at 10pm
Workaholics September 20th at 10:30pm
South Park Documentary October 2nd at 10pm
South Park Wednesday, October 5th at 10pm
Nick Swardon’s Pretend Time Wednesday, October 5th at 10:30pm
30 Rock Weeknights at 7pm and 7:30pm beginning Monday, September 19th
‘Weird Al’ Yankovic Live! – The Alpocalypse Tour Saturday, October 1st at 9pm