This week in comedy we say goodbye to two series that are wrapping up their runs. First up is The Good Place on NBC. This critically acclaimed series, which is finishing up their fourth and final season, stars Ted Danson and Kristen Bell in a Heaven-like utopia, with Bell doing her best to blend in. Despite never hitting huge in the ratings, the show has been also well-received among viewers that has kept it going for the past 4 seasons.
Also leaving us this week is BoJack Horseman on Netflix. This is significant as it was among the first original offerings that Netflix had offered back in 2014. BoJack Horseman, along with Orange is the New Black and House of Cards, became a staple for the fledging juggernaut and even helped them be taken seriously among the stiff competition that was the networks.
Also this week in comedy, the “spin off” Miracle Workers: Dark Ages, Keegan-Michael Key goes on Conan, and comedy legend Steve Martin is on The Late Show w/Stephen Colbert.
Nick Thune on The Tonight Show
Colin Quinn on Late Night w/Seth Meyers
Kira Soltanovich, Chris Franjola, Brendan Schaub on Lights Out w/David Spade
Keegan-Michael Key on Conan
Miracle Workers: Dark Ages premieres on TBS
Ben Schwartz on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Kevin Smith on Late Night w/Seth Meyers
Ilana Glazer on The Daily Show
Nicole Aimee Schreiber, Adam Ray, Tony Rock on Lights Out w/David Spade
Kumail Nanjiani on Conan
Steve Martin on The Late Show w/Stephen Colbert
Kumail Nanjiani and Dan Levy on The Late Late Show w/James Corden
Christina Pazsitzky, Preacher Lawson, Moshe Kasher on Lights Out w/David Spade
Ray Harrington on Conan
Samantha Bee on The Late Show w/Stephen Colbert
Leslie Jones and Taika Waititi on Late Night w/Seth Meyers
Megan Gailey, Brent Morin, Benji Aflalo on Lights Out w/David Spade
The Good Place airs its 90 minute series finale on NBC, followed by a conversation with Seth Meyers
Fortune Feimster on The Late Show w/Stephen Colbert
Bojack Horseman returns to Netflix