This week in comedy Pete Holmes returns to TV with his first starring sitcom on a major network. How We Roll (formerly titled Smallwood), sees Holmes playing professional bowler Tom Smallwood. In a series loosely based on his life as a man who lost his job so he decided to follow his dream of becoming a professional bowler The show was written by Mark Gross and co-stars Chi McBride, Malcom Barrett, and Katie Lowes and premieres this Thursday on CBS.
Additionally, after staying relevantly quiet on the stand-up front the last couple of years, Jerrod Carmichael is ready to drop his new stand-up comedy special on the world. This Friday, tune into HBO to watch Rothaniel which will be the follow-up to Carmichael’s exquisite 2017 special, 8. Like with that special, Rothaniel was directed by Carmichael’s frequent collaborator and fellow comedian, Bo Burnham.
Then, if that’s not enough Jerrod Carmichael in your life, you have the next day to look forward to as well when Jerrod drops into studio 8H to host Saturday Night Live for the first time ever.
Monday, March 28th
John Oliver on The Tonight Show
Tuesday, March 29th
Mike Epps Indiana Mike premieres on Netflix
Donald Glover on Jimmy Kimmel Live
Stephen Merchant, Taylor Tomlinson on The Tonight Show
David Letterman on Late Night With Seth Meyers
Trevor Noah, Jake Johnson on Late Late Show with James Corden
Wednesday, March 30th
Jeff Foxworthy on Late Night With Seth Meyers
Thursday, March 21st
How We Roll series premiere on CBS
Judd Apatow on The Tonight Show
Ben Stiller on Late Night With Seth Meyers
Stephen Merchant on Late Late Show with James Corden
Friday, April 1st
Jerrod Carmichael Rothaniel premieres on HBO
Johnny Knoxville, Nick Offerman on Late Late Show with James Corden
Saturday, April 2nd
Jerrod Carmichael (host) and Gunna (musical guest) on Saturday Night Live