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Comedy Central Sets Premiere Date for Drunk History Season 5

Raise your glass and get to class! The Emmy-winning Comedy Central series Drunk History returns for its fifth season with the first of seven all-new episodes premiering on Tuesday, January 23 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT, followed by the third season premiere of Another Period at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT. Drunk History will return to conclude its fifth season later in 2018 with another six all-new episodes. During the premiere episode, Tiffany Haddish narrates museum curator Rose Valland’s (Busy Philipps) risky quest to save Europe’s masterpieces from the Nazis; Paget Brewster slurs her way through the story of Deborah Sampson (Evan Rachel Wood), the first woman to take a bullet for America during the Revolutionary War; and Amber Ruffin recalls the bravery of "The Angel of the Battlefield," Clara Barton (Mandy Moore), who founded the American Red Cross with the help of surgeon James Dunn (Alexander Skarsgård) and Abraham Lincoln (Jack McBrayer). READ MORE...

"Drunk History" Season Five Premieres Tuesday, January 23 at 10:00 P.M. ET/PT on Comedy Central

The first of seven all-new episodes will be followed by the third season premiere of "Another Period" at 10:30/9:30c. ...Read More...

Comedy Central Sets Daily Show, Drunk History & President Show Holiday Specials

Comedy Central is spreading the holiday cheer with specials from The Daily Show with Trevor Noah , Drunk History and The President Show. Hosted by Trevor Noah, The Daily Shows The Yearly Show 2017 year-end special, featuring The Best F#@king News Team, will tape at the Gramercy Theater in New York City on Sunday, December 3 and air Monday, December 18 at 11 PM on Comedy Central. You can watch a promo above. Created by Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner, the Drunk History Chris   ...Read More...

Drunk History: How Lin-Manuel Miranda Got Hammered In The Name Of Culture Contenders Emmys

"Some of the best ideas come out of having a couple of drinks," says Drunk History 's Derek Waters . Devised by Waters and Jeremy Konner, the idea was born in a Los Angeles comedy club. "It was a show we did at the Upright Citizens Brigade back in 2007," Waters told the Comedy Central panel at Deadline's The Contenders Emmys event Sunday. "We thought it would be funny to get someone drunk, that knows a lot about history, then have someone lip-synch to it. Because history is ....Read More... //

Comedy Central Orders Another Round of Drunk History

  The Comedy Central panel of the Television Critics Association winter previews has unleashed a flood of good news on comedy fans, and a rain of pain on the livers of your favorite comedians: Drunk History has been renewed for a Season 5! The show, which features tongue-in-cheek re-enactments of ...Read More... //

Drunk History Staggers to Season 5 Order at Comedy Central

Drunk History has scored a fifth season renewal at Comedy Central, network president Kent Alterman announced at the Television Critics Association press tour on Friday. The 14-episode fifth season is scheduled to premiere in 2017. More Drunk History? Say no more, Alterman joked as he made the announcement. Created for television by Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner, who also split directing duties, Drunk History is the liquored-up narration of our nations history. ...Read More... //

Heres Your GIF Guide to the Best Moments From Lin-Manuel Mirandas Drunk History Episode

You wanna be in the show where it happens? ...Read More... //

Drunk History and Lin-Manuel Miranda Take on Hamilton: The Highlights

Lets have another round tonight? Comedy Centrals Drunk History on Tuesday askedHamilton creator/star Lin-Manuel Miranda to relate an abbreviated version ofthe life of his hit musicals central figure. In keeping with the shows driving philosophy, the multiple-Tony winner did so while inebriated. If youre looking for an actual rundown of Hamiltons life, youre better served [] //

Please Enjoy This Drunk History Clip of Lin-Manuel Miranda Sloppily Narrating Hamiltons Life

" Waaaaa! We're at waaaar! "   ...Read More... //

Watch: ‘Drunk History’s Stonewall Episode Could Teach Hollywood a Few Things

Who would’ve thought that Comedy Central’s Drunk History would feature a more accurate dramatization of the Stonewall Riots than a movie called Stonewall? But it happened. Tuesday night’s episode of the hilarious series featured the story of the riots that sparked the LGBT civil rights revolution in New York City; director Roland Emmerich should take notes. Emmerich came under fire even before Stonewall debuted in theaters since the trailers seemed to portray a white, masculine gay man (played by a straight actor, no less) as the one person to spark the riots. Despite what the filmmaker has said regarding who exactly started the riots, the vast majority of experts link the real fighters to the homeless queer youth on the streets, with trans woman Marsha P. Johnson at the forefront. READ MORE...