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How to Watch Comedy Central Without Cable

You don’t need cable TV anymore to watch Comedy Central. The channel is available online through several live streaming services. They are much cheaper than cable and don’t require renting a cable box. Watching them is as easy as installing an app on a smartphone. Most of these services offer a no-risk free trial, so you can start to watch South Park, The Daily Show, Drunk History, and more right now.

Streaming Services with Comedy Central

The streaming services that carry Comedy Central are Philo, Hulu Live TV, Sling TV, FuboTV, Vidgo, DIRECTV Stream, and YouTube TV. With them, you can watch Comedy Central, just as if you had cable. Information on those services and how to sign up for each is listed below. Unfortunately, the Comedy Central channel isn’t available through Hulu Live TV. However, they do have quite a few Comedy Central Shows in their Hulu Streaming Library.

Best Solution: Sign up for a 1-week free trial to Philo. Comedy Central is included in Philo’s Channel lineup along with over 60 other channels. If you continue Philo after the free trial, the service is only $25 per month. Read on for more information.

Philo Is The Best Way to Watch Comedy Central

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Of all the ways to watch Comedy Central without cable, the cheapest option is Philo. Philo provides Comedy Central and over 60 other channels for $25/month. You can check out a 7-day free trial and see if the service will meet your needs. Philo also includes a cloud DVR for you to record shows to watch later. 

Philo is supported on Apple iPhone and iPad (running iOS 9 or newer), Android phones and tablets (running or newer), Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, and Chromecast.

You can use your Philo credentials to sign on to the Comedy Central app and watch at least some of the episodes there.  With online access to Comedy Central streaming, you will never miss great shows like “The Daily Show,” “Broad City,” “South Park,” “Comedy Central Roast,” and more.

We consider Philo the best streaming service to watch Comedy Central because you get so much for $25 per month:

  • Over 60 cable channels, including Comedy Central
  • unlimited cloud DVR
  • stream on 3 devices at once
  • support for most streaming devices and the ability to watch online

See our review of Philo TV for more details on this amazingly affordable streaming service.

Watch Comedy Central on Hulu

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Personally, use Hulu to watch live Comedy Central online. Previously Hulu was known for its vast on-demand streaming library. However, they also offer Hulu Live TV service, which includes live Comedy Central Streaming and most top channels typically found on cable. Hulu Live TV starts at $ after a 7-day free trial and includes the following features:

  • The basic package comes with 50 hours of cloud DVR storage. (Upgrades available)
  • Watch on 2 screens at once. (Upgrades available)
  • It comes with 6 customizable profiles
  • Includes entire Hulu On-Demand streaming library

Not only will you be able to watch Comedy Central live, but the included Hulu on-demand service will allow you to stream past seasons of Comedy Central shows. You can check out Hulu’s Comedy Central On-demand page to see what’s available. You don’t have to subscribe to the live TV service to have access to Hulu’s On-Demand Streaming library. Those plans start at only $ per month after a day free trial.

With Hulu Live TV, you can watch Comedy Central on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Chromecast, and more. See our review of Hulu for more information.

Watch Comedy Central on Sling TV

For the first month, the cheapest way is to subscribe to either Sling TV’s Blue or Orange package for $35/month, which gives you Comedy Central along with over 30 other channels. 

Sling TV provides a live stream of Comedy Central, so you can watch exactly what would be airing on Comedy Central, just as if you had cable. Sling TV includes a Cloud DVR so that you can record shows for later.

Sling TV is available on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and more, so it’s not a problem to enjoy Comedy Central on a TV, tablet, computer, or other smart devices.  

If you use Sling to watch Comedy Central, I recommend going with the “Blue Plan.” With that plan, you can stream on up to 3 devices simultaneously instead of only 1 with the Orange plan. The only reason to pick the Orange plan over the Blue plan is to access Disney Channel or ESPN.

There are more channels available on Sling TV than what I’ve mentioned here. To find out more about Sling TV features and more information about Sling TV device compatibility, check out this detailed review of Sling TV. Sling also offers sign-up promotions for you to try the service. If you cancel before the trial expires, you won’t be charged.

Watch Comedy Central on FuboTV

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FuboTV is a good place to go for sports, but it offers many other channels, including Comedy Central. Comedy Central is offered as well as 90+ other channels in its basic package for $/month (after a 7-day free trial). Here are some of fuboTV’s features:

  • Comedy Central, ESPN, FS1, and more are available in fuboTV’s channel lineup
  • You can watch on three screens at the same time 
  • hours of cloud DVR storage
  • The FuboTV app is available on major platforms, including AppleTV, AndroidTV, Roku, and Amazon FireTV. 

You can sign up for a 1-week free trial or check out our review of FuboTV for more details.

Comedy Central on Vidgo

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Vidgo is a newer Streaming service that offers fairly competitive pricing over other Live streaming services. Their service offers Comedy Central as a part of their Core package along with over 60 other channels. New customers can sign up for the Core Plan for $55 per month. (They offer discounted promo pricing for your first 3 months.)

Vidgo doesn’t force you into a contract, so you can cancel any time. They do offer a 3-day free trial, which you can cancel within the first three days at no charge. Vidgo is supported on available on Android, iOS, Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV. You can also stream the service on up to 3 devices at the same time.  We have the full details in our guide to Vidgo’s live streaming service.

YouTube TV has Comedy Central

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In late June , Youtube added Comedy Central along with several other channels to their lineup. They also suddenly raised their prices to $65 per month. YouTubeTV does include a DVR with limitless storage space for recording your shows. Plus, you can watch your library of recorded shows anywhere! The YouTube TV channel lineup includes Comedy Central for $ a month. You can read our review of YouTube TV for more information on the service, but here are the key points.

YouTube TV provides:

  • access to Comedy Central, ESPN, FS1, Local Network Channels, and over 70 other channels
  • unlimited cloud DVR storage
  • stream on three devices at once
  • Youtube TV supports Android, iOS, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, and more. The YouTube TV app isn’t available on Roku. However, users can use YouTube TV through the YouTube app on Roku devices. 
  • Includes Youtube TV on-demand
  • offers a 1-week free trial.

Watching Comedy Central on DIRECTV Stream

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DIRECTV Stream is another way you can watch Comedy Central. Comedy Central is offered as part of their “Entertainment” package. At $ per month, you get more than 45 channels. Here is a rundown of DIRECTV Stream features:

  • watch up to 20 streams simultaneously per subscription 
  • a cloud-based DVR
  • channels like Comedy Central, AMC, HGTV, Discovery, and more
  • supported on AppleTV, Android TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and more

You can check out this streaming service through this online offer or read about it in our DIRECTV Stream review.

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Watch Comedy Central for Free

Most of the streaming services that carry Comedy Central offer a free trial. You can take advantage of those and watch free Comedy Central for almost a month or longer if you use different email addresses. Let’s look at the free trials available.

As long as you cancel before the free trial expires, you won’t be charged. You can cycle the free trials to get nearly a month of Comedy Central free. If you get creative with email addresses and payment methods, you could watch free Comedy Central even longer. Doing this would also let you test out the various live TV streaming services to see which one you like the best.

Watch Comedy Central on Roku

To watch Comedy Central on Roku, follow these instructions.

  1. Subscribe to a streaming service that carries Comedy Central (Philo, Sling TV, YouTube TV, FuboTV, etc)
  2. On your Roku Menu, navigate to “Search” and press “OK” on your remote
  3. Enter the name of the streaming service you subscribe to in the search bar
  4. Select the streaming service and press “OK.”
  5. Select “Add Channel” press “OK” on your remote. If the channel is already installed, “Go To Channel” will be an option.
  6. The App is now installed on your Roku. Open the app, and log in with the credentials you used to subscribe to the service. Comedy Central will be a channel available through the apps live TV guide.

Watch Comedy Central on Fire TV

To watch Comedy Central on Fire TV, follow these instructions.

  1. Subscribe to a streaming service that carries Comedy Central (Philo, Sling TV, YouTube TV, FuboTV, etc)
  2. On your Fire TV Home screen, click on the search icon in the upper-left corner of the screen.
  3. Enter the name of the streaming service you subscribe to in the search bar
  4. Select the streaming service and press “OK.”
  5. Select “Download,” and the channel will install
  6. The App is now installed on your Fire TV. Open the app, and log in with the credentials you used to subscribe to the service. Comedy Central will be a channel available through the apps live TV guide.

Watch Comedy Central on Apple TV

To watch Comedy Central on Apple TV, follow these instructions.

  1. Subscribe to a streaming service that carries Comedy Central ((Philo, Sling TV, YouTube TV, FuboTV, etc))
  2. Scroll right to the search icon in the upper-left corner of the screen
  3. Enter the name of the streaming service you subscribe to in the search bar
  4. Select the streaming service click the cloud icon, and the channel will install
  5. The App is now installed on your Apple TV. Open the app, and log in with the credentials you used to subscribe to the service. Comedy Central will be a channel available through the apps live TV guide.

Using The Comedy Central App

If you subscribe Philo, Vidgo, YouTube TV, or FuboTV, you can watch Comedy Central by simply downloading the app for that streaming service. However, these streaming services are also a valid TV provider to unlock all the content available on the Comedy Central App.

New episodes of shows on Comedy Central become available the day after they air on TV. You can also catch up on full seasons and watch hours of stand-up specials, classic shows, and more on the app.

How To Activate the Comedy Central App

The best way to explain this is through an example, let’s assume we have a Philo subscription and a Roku. We can follow the steps below to get the Comedy Central app working on our device. While the steps below use Philo and Roku to watch Comedy Central, most streaming services and devices will have the same process.

  1. Go to the channel store or app store on your device. On Roku, it’s called the “Channel Store.”
  2. Search for “Comedy Central”
  3. Add the Comedy Central app to your device and then open it. 
  4. Your Roku device will then show you an activation code and a URL to activate the Comedy Central app.
  5. Using a computer or mobile web browser, you go to the URL.
  6. You will then be asked for a TV provider and a username/password. I’m entering the username and password I use for Philo.
  7. Once you sign in on Comedy Central’s website, your TV screen will refresh. You should now have access to all the video content the app provides.

Supported Streaming Devices

The Comedy Central app is supported on all of the following streaming devices:

  • Android Devices
  • iOS Devices
  • Apple TV
  • Roku
  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Chromecast
  • Android TV

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Enjoy The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, South Park, Drunk History and many more shows, available right in the palm of your hand with the Comedy Central app. You can also kick back with stand-up specials, classic shows (including Chappelle's Show), short videos and full seasons of returning series. Plus you can now watch Pluto TV via the Comedy Central app!

Watch full episodes from your favorite series the day after they air. Sign in with your TV or cable provider to unlock even more episodes and exclusive content, including:

• The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
• Inside Amy Schumer
• South Park
• Crank Yankers
• Key & Peele
• Broad City
• Chappelle's Show

Signing in with your TV provider is simple: Just tap on Settings, select your provider, and log in with your provider user name and password. For more details about signing in with your TV provider, visit http://www.cc.com/faq or contact [email protected] for help.

APP FEATURES:

• We save your spot, so that you never miss a joke. Can't finish an episode? Continue watching right where you left off. Just tap on the series you were watching, and our video player does the rest.

• Stream Live TV. That's right -- you can even watch Comedy Central in real time when you sign in with your TV provider.

• Browse our stand-up library, which includes great stand-up episodes and specials from comedians like Kevin Hart, Amy Schumer, Roy Wood Jr. and Gabriel Iglesias.

• Chromecast support lets you cast your favorite shows to your TV. Just hook up your TV and your Chromecast device, and the Comedy Central app becomes your remote for on-demand laughs.

• Watch Pluto TV via the Comedy Central app.

The Comedy Central app requires iOS or later. Full episode streaming is available within the U.S. only. For help, contact [email protected]

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Download the latest version of the Comedy Central app to watch full episodes and exclusive videos from your favorite shows, including The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and Awkwafina is Nora From Queens. And now, you'll have access to Pluto TV via the Comedy Central app! Plus, we've made some bug fixes, so you can enjoy a smoother viewing experience.

Ratings and Reviews

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Great Content, Terrible App

Comedy Central is packed with great shows and stand-up. Don’t get me wrong, if you want to watch quality shows, get this app. But the actual app itself seems like it was developed before iPhones were put on the market. There is no search bar for shows, so you have to scroll through a list of seemingly hundreds of shows to find the one you’re looking for. Autoplay does not work between seasons (s2 e1 will not play after the last episode in s1) if it even does work between normal episodes (which it sometimes struggles to do). The ads are also a serious problem. Comedy Central only has a small assortment of mainly local ads that it will play over and over again. For a while, the same 15 second Pizza Hut ad was looped 4 times in a row during every commercial break in a show. I am also having difficulty watching some shows. I am unable to watch all of season 6 of Reno I get automatically dropped into season 5 and an episode starts playing, but when I try to scroll over to other seasons on the season scroll bar, it won’t change from the list of season 5 episodes for me to watch.
All in all, it seems like developers were too busy prepping for Y2K to create a usable interface.

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Almost seems like a joke

The Comedy Central app, although “functional” seems to have huge technological oversights and issues that seem like just lapses in the creators intelligence. Why is it that every time I want to go watch a show that is not on the front page of the app, I have to scroll through the entire catalogue just to find my one show? Why am I not able to pin a show, or have a section that says continue watching? It seems like a complete de-emphasis of the rest of the available content available on the app and is a chore that plagues even getting to an episode. My second major complaint lies within the placement of the ads on the video. I understand that to make money on their app they need to run ads, but why on earth is it the same cycle of terrible ads and at such terrible points in the video. A normal video that was 4 ad breaks would space them out so that you watch roughly 25% of the video, then there’s an ad break, but with this app, there are no ads for the first half of the video, and then in the second half. Even if the defense is that they want to align the ads with the commercial breaks, the absolute slog it is to stick through an entire video makes you think if anyone who developed the app even watched a single episode using the app. In conclusion, this app works, it does the bare minimum, but there’s so much that is done wrong that could be so easily corrected it’s frustrating to see such oversights.

This is Comedy Central App Support. We hate to hear that you're having trouble using the app! We would like the opportunity to troubleshoot this issue with you. Please email us at [email protected] with your device information for further assistance. We are here to help.

Great content / integrations :: not a joy to use

Look if you are here, you want CC's content if you are here and it's available and available immediately. It's wonderful, use it. You can steam on device and to ur casting devices.

When you do If you never need to do more than play, u r still good.

However If you want to rewind or fast forward this is where the frustration lies. Why two stars off for that? Well because there are many UI enhancements that could be used here. To me simply not having the time in video the marker is when you slide is an awfully huge oversight in the user's experience. Even simply a "back 15 seconds" arrow. Imagine the frustration of having to blindly bounce into a video and watch 2 minutes of ads multiple times just to find where you left off. Makes me feel that the main use case has a sev 1/2 bug and shouldn't last more than one release.

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Watch full episodes of your favorite shows with the Comedy Central app.

Enjoy South Park, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, Broad City and many more, available right in the palm of your hand. You can also kick back with stand-up specials, classic shows (including Chappelle's Show), short videos and full seasons of returning series.

Watch full episodes from your favorite series the day after they air. Sign in with your TV or cable provider to unlock even more episodes and exclusive content, including:

• The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
• Inside Amy Schumer
• South Park
• Crank Yankers
• Key & Peele
• Broad City
• Chappelle's Show

Signing in with your TV provider is simple: Just tap on Settings, select your provider, and log in with your provider user name and password. For more details about signing in with your TV provider, visit http://www.cc.com/faq or contact [email protected] for help.

APP FEATURES:

• We save your spot, so that you never miss a joke. Can't finish an episode? Continue watching right where you left off. Just tap on the series you were watching, and our video player does the rest.

• Stream Live TV. That's right -- you can even watch Comedy Central in real time when you sign in with your TV provider.

• Browse our stand-up library, which includes great stand-up episodes and specials from comedians like Gabriel Iglesias and Kevin Hart.

• Chromecast support lets you cast your favorite shows to your TV. Just hook up your TV and your Chromecast device, and the Comedy Central app becomes your remote for on-demand laughs.

Full episode streaming is available within the U.S. only. For help, contact [email protected]

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Comedy Central

American cable and satellite television channel

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CountryUnited States
Broadcast areaNationwide
Headquarters Hudson Street
New York, New York, U.S.
Language(s)English
Picture formatiHDTV
(downscaled to iletterboxed for the SDTV feed)
OwnerMTV Entertainment Group
(ViacomCBS Domestic Media Networks)
Sister channels
LaunchedJune&#;1, ; 30 years ago&#;()
ReplacedThe Comedy Channel
Ha!(channel was a merger of the two formerly-separate services)
Former namesCTV: The Comedy Network (April 1 – May 31, )
WebcastCC Live (U.S. pay-TV subcribers only)
Websitewww.cc.com
Available on most cable providersChannel slots vary on each system
Wave BroadbandChannel (HD) Channel 45 (SD)
Dish NetworkChannel (HD)
DirecTVChannel (East; HD)
Channel (West; HD)
Verizon FiosChannel (SD)
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FuboTV, Philo, Sling TV, DirecTV Stream, Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, Vidgo TV

Comedy Central is an American basic cablechannel owned by ViacomCBS through its domestic network division's MTV Entertainment Group unit, based in Manhattan. The channel is geared for mature audiences and carries comedy programming in the form of both original, licensed, and syndicated series, stand-up comedy specials, and feature films. It is available to approximately &#;million households in the United States as of September [1]

Since the early s, Comedy Central has expanded globally with localized channels in Europe (including the UK), India, Southeast Asia, Latin America, Australia and New Zealand,[2][3]Middle East, and Africa.[4] The international channels are operated by ViacomCBS Networks International.

History[edit]

– Pre-launch as The Comedy Channel[edit]

On November 15, , Time-Life, the owners of HBO, launched The Comedy Channel as the first cable channel devoted exclusively to comedy-based programming. On April 1, , Viacom (who owned MTV, VH1, and Nickelodeon) launched a rival channel called Ha![5] that featured reruns of situation comedies and some original sketch comedy.

The Comedy Channel's programs were broadcast from the HBO Downtown Studios at East 23rd Street in Manhattan. The format prior to the merger with Ha! included several original and unconventional programs such as Onion World with Rich Hall and Mystery Science Theater , as well as laid-back variety/talk shows hosted by comedians, including The Sweet Life with Rachel Sweet, Night After Night with Allan Havey, Sports Monster, and The Higgins Boys and Gruber, the latter of whom performed sketches in between showings of vintage television series like Supercar, Clutch Cargo, and Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp.

The standard format for The Comedy Channel's shows usually involved the various hosts introducing clips culled from the acts of stand-up comedians as well as classic comedies of the s and s, such as Young Frankenstein and Kentucky Fried Movie, presented in a style similar to music videos. In the early days, certain hours of the day when clips were shown without "host segments" were dubbed Short Attention Span Theater. In , hosts under this title, Jon Stewart and Patty Rosborough, were introduced. Comedian Marc Maron also hosted the series.

While The Comedy Channel broadcast mostly low-budget original programming,[6] Ha!'s schedule featured sitcom and sketch comedy reruns (many of which had been previously licensed for sister network Nick at Nite) as well as complete minute reruns of Saturday Night Live from the sixth through 16th seasons.

After two years of limited distribution, the two channels merged into one, relaunching on April 1, as CTV: The Comedy Network. On June 1, , the network changed its name to Comedy Central[7] to prevent issues with the Canadian broadcast television network CTV, which would eventually be its Canadian content partner through The Comedy Network when that channel started operations six years later. Comedy Partners was originally a partnership of Home Box Office, Inc., the subsidiary of Time Warner that owned The Comedy Channel and HBO's half and Viacom Hearty Ha! Ha! LLC, the subsidiary that owned Ha! and Viacom's half of the network during its first years on air.[8] Viacom bought out AOL Time Warner's half in April for $&#;billion.[9] Despite HBO's exit from the venture, the Viacom Media Networks division in charge of Comedy Central is still called Comedy Partners, currently being a partnership of Viacom International, the operating subsidiary of ViacomCBS of which ViacomCBS Domestic Media Networks is a division and Viacom Hearty Ha! Ha! LLC, the subsidiary that owned Ha! and Viacom's original half of the network.[10]

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From the late s through the mids, much of the programming on Comedy Central and its predecessors consisted of comedy films, sitcom reruns, half-hour specials, and clip shows featuring comedians. Except for the cult favorite Mystery Science Theater , the channel had a relatively small viewership. A notable early success was Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, which after showing promise on Comedy Central was quickly snapped up by ABC. Additionally, The Daily Show had got its start with original host Craig Kilborn, although it would take a few more years for the show to reach high popularity (and a shift toward a focus on political humor) with the introduction of Jon Stewart (who was former co-host of Short Attention Span Theater from ). The channel was first launched as a joint venture between Time Warner and Viacom, while Warner Home Video distributed the home media rights to the network's shows until

Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist was also a notable original program from this era, as well as the game show Win Ben Stein's Money. Successful non-original programming included Canadian comedy group The Kids in the Hall and British shows such as the UK edition of Whose Line Is It Anyway? (the predecessor of the U.S. version, featuring much of the same American cast as would later be seen in the U.S.) and the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous. Some later seasons of AbFab, as it was informally known, were partially financed by Comedy Central. Comedy Central also had the national rights to broadcast reruns of Seattle's Almost Live! between and

The channel made a breakthrough when South Park premiered in Being one of the first major basic cable shows to carry the TV-MA rating for mature audiences, the show was considered too controversial to be picked up by any mainstream network;[11] the Fox Broadcasting Company (known for The Simpsons) for example refused to pick up the series due to the over-the-top offensive content at the time. As word of mouth spread, the number of people who requested that Comedy Central should be added to their cable providers increased, and the channel became available in over 50% of American homes by But, by , with the cancellation of Mystery Science Theater , the channel was hemorrhaging viewers.

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On November 13, , Comedy Central introduced a modernized version of its globe logo, by straightening the buildings and removing the transmitter and marquee. The management of the network said that the transmitter of the and logos was said to "communicate the s broadcast era". It also began to use a "seriously" styled-Baby Einstein graphics, and a new slogan "This is Comedy Central!". In , Comedy Central Records was formed as a means of releasing albums by comedians that have appeared on the network.[12]

By , Viacom gained full ownership of Comedy Central, and since , Comedy Central has created a tradition of roasting comedians in the style of the New York Friars' Club roasts. During these roasts, friends of the roastee, along with other comedians, take turns making fun of the roastee, the other roasters, and occasionally audience members. So far, the roastees have included Denis Leary,[13]Jeff Foxworthy,[14]Pamela Anderson,[15]William Shatner,[16]Flavor Flav,[17]Bob Saget, Larry the Cable Guy, Joan Rivers, Rob Reiner, David Hasselhoff, Donald Trump, Charlie Sheen, Roseanne Barr, James Franco, Justin Bieber, Rob Lowe, Bruce Willis, and Alec Baldwin.

The success of South Park, despite its mature content, encouraged the network to continue to push the limits on adult language. Every Saturday and Sunday at 1&#;am. ET, a movie, comedy special, or animated program is shown unedited for language as part of a block called the Secret Stash. It premiered on July 4, , with the unedited cable television debut of South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. Though no language is censored on the Secret Stash, most nudity in the programs is still edited out, except for limited nudity allowed in animated programs such as Drawn Together, and rear nudity.

In late , it was reported that the four highest-rated shows on Comedy Central were, in descending order, South Park, Chappelle's Show, The Daily Show and Reno !. Shortly thereafter, Dave Chappelle backed out of the much-anticipated third season of Chappelle's Show.[18] Meanwhile, The Daily Show continued to climb in the ratings. In October , on the occasion of a new three-year contract for South Park and the launch of Daily Show spin-off The Colbert Report, it was reported that South Park and The Daily Show were the two highest-rated shows on Comedy Central. Comedy Central chief Doug Herzog was reported as saying that he hoped to continue to air new seasons of South Park forever, and that The Colbert Report fulfilled a long-held plan to extend the Daily Show brand.

On April 5, , in a controversial two-part episode arc titled "Cartoon Wars Part I" and "Cartoon Wars Part II", South Park touched the issue of the recent protest over the Danish cartoon drawings depicting the Muslim prophet Muhammad. The image of Muhammad did not appear in the episode. The episode also mocked fellow cartoon Family Guy. On April 13, , Comedy Central issued a statement[19] which appears to confirm that the network prohibited the show's creators from airing an image of Muhammad. The statement reads, "In light of recent world events, we feel we made the right decision." An anonymous source close to the show indicated[citation needed] that South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone were informed of the policy several weeks earlier and wrote this story arc in protest. This was a change of policy for Comedy Central, having allowed South Park to portray an image of Muhammad in an earlier episode, "Super Best Friends". Oddly enough, an image of Muhammad was still briefly visible in the opening credits of the "Cartoon Wars" episodes (the image had been there as a call-back to "Super Best Friends").

On January 15, , MTV Networks International launched Comedy Central in Germany which is available for free throughout Europe. The channel airs 33 shows either dubbed in German or subtitled while also airing locally produced shows.[20] On April 30, Dutch channel The Box was relaunched as the Dutch version of Comedy Central during the primetime and overnight hours timesharing with Nickelodeon.[21] On May 1, , Comedy Central expanded to Italy, replacing Paramount Comedy.[22]

On June 27, , CTVglobemedia-owned networks CTV and The Comedy Network obtained the exclusive Canadian rights to the entire Comedy Central library of past and current programs on all electronic platforms, under a multi-year agreement with Viacom, expanding on past programming agreements between the two channels. Canadian users attempting to visit Comedy Central websites were redirected to The Comedy Network's website. The Canadian channel retains its brand name, but the agreement is otherwise very similar to the earlier CTV–Viacom deal for MTV in Canada.[23] As of , this geocaching no longer applies and both the Comedy Central and The Comedy Network websites can be accessed worldwide, except for videos which remain only accessible within each respective country.

In December , Comedy Central picked up a show hosted by Lewis Black called Lewis Black's Root of All Evil,[24] which debuted in March On January 9, , it was announced the Comedy Central and MTV would allow the streaming its programs online for free starting in February that year.[25] On January 24, Scott Landsman became the Vice President of Original Programming and Development at the network.[26]

On March 27, , the Swedish Radio and TV Authority approved an application from Comedy Central regarding being allowed to air television programs in Sweden. The grant allows Comedy Central to broadcast on the terrestrial television network between January 1, , and March 31, , after which a new request must be submitted to continue broadcasting.[27] Comedy Central's U.S. flagship network picked up a remake of The Gong Show hosted by Dave Attell,[28] star of his former self-titled Comedy Central series Insomniac, which debuted in July Another new show called Reality Bites Back[29] premiered after The Gong Show with Dave Attell.

In June , Comedy Central picked up the sketch comedy show Important Things with Demetri Martin, which began airing in February [30] On April 1, , Comedy Central began airing in New Zealand as channel on SKY Digital. On April 6, Paramount Comedy in the UK and Ireland rebranded as Comedy Central. On April 7, , it was announced Comedy Central would air new stand-up comedy specials starring Christopher Titus, Gabriel Iglesias, Pablo Francisco, Jim Breuer, Mitch Fatel and Pete Correale, and ventriloquist Jeff Dunham.[31] An animated show entitled Ugly Americans was also picked up by the network.[32] In , The Goode Family premiered.[33] Also in , Thomas Lennon announced via Twitter that Reno ! had been canceled[34] after six seasons, much to fan disapproval. The network also played a role in the revival of the animated series Futurama, which Fox had canceled in New episodes began airing on Comedy Central in But in May , Comedy Central released a statement saying that the contract between Futurama and Comedy Central would not be renewed and that the summer of would be Futurama's final season on the air. However, episodes continue to run weekly on Comedy Central.[35]

In , Comedy Central introduced an Internet viral video reaction show hosted by comedian Daniel Tosh called Tosh During its second year in the summer of , it was the most viewed show, overtaking the Daily Show and The Colbert Report for male audiences aged 18– Many of the segments in Tosh.0's past seasons have received more views on Comedy Central's YouTube channel than any other show.

South Park episodes "" and "" aired in April , revisiting the issue of the Islamic religious figure Muhammad's perceived immunity to parody, for fear of violent retaliation. The Super Best Friends returned, but Muhammad was entirely covered by a black bar reading "CENSORED" through all of his screen time. By the second episode of the two-parter, Comedy Central decided to censor every instance of his name, as well as three entire monologues, from the end of the show. The monologues dealt with the subjects of censorship and intimidation but did not use Muhammad's name. Parker and Stone have since issued a statement to the press, confirming that the "bleeps" were added weeks after the show was finished and that Comedy Central has refused to let them post the original version of South Park, in addition to retroactively removing the original "Super Best Friends" episode. Parker threatened to quit the show after this incident.[36]

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Comedy Central logo used from to

On December 9, , Comedy Central introduced a new logo for the network that launched on January 1, , which left behind the previous theme of a world-sized "tower" broadcasting the network/skyscrapers, in favor of an image of two "C"'s, with one of them and the word "Central" turned upside-down within the new logomark. The new logo was designed to represent the network's unique brand of comedy (with some drawing comparisons to the copyright symbol as inspiration for its design and use), and to provide the network with a logo that could be easily used across different platforms, such as social media. However, the "bars" version of the logo used from to was intended to be Comedy Central's new logo as part of a planned rebranding in , and the network used it short-lived until the network started a logo nicknamed the "Comedymark".[37][38] The logo's resemblance to the one used by the Federal Communications Commission was also pointed out.[39][40] It went on to win several industry awards.[41]

The Polish version of the channel was the first international Comedy Central channel to switch to the new logo on February 20, ; followed by the Hungarian version on April 1, Versions of the channel in Germany and the Netherlands soon followed on October 1, Comedy Central New Zealand rebranded in April Viacom 18 launched the channel in India on January 23, [42]StarHub launched Comedy Central Asia in Singapore on November 1, ; the channel was added to its Basic Entertainment Upsize group.[43]

In , Atom.com (formerly AtomFilms) was absorbed into Comedy Central.

On April 1, , Comedy Central launched a Russian-language version of Comedy Central branded as Paramount Comedy in Russia.[44]

On October 21, , the network premiered a nightly comedy-game show series @midnight hosted by Chris Hardwick. @midnight served as an expansion to the network's nightly late-night programming. Due to low ratings, it was canceled on August 4, , with the show airing its th and final episode as an hour-long special.[45]

On May 14, , Comedy Central expanded to Spain, replacing Paramount Comedy.[46]

In , it was announced that Stephen Colbert would leave Comedy Central to host The Late Show on CBS, following the retirement of David Letterman, the first host of Late Show. The final episode of The Colbert Report aired on Comedy Central on December 18, , after nine years and a total of 1, episodes. The final episode of The Colbert Report was watched by &#;million viewers, making it the most-watched episode ever in the show's history. The finale was the most-watched cable program of the night in its time slot, beating The Daily Show which was seen by &#;million viewers.[47][48]The Colbert Report was replaced on Comedy Central by Larry Wilmore from The Daily Show, who began hosting his series The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore on January 19, The show aired until August 18, , when it was canceled due to low ratings.[49] On February 10, , Jon Stewart also announced his retirement and that he would also leave the network and The Daily Show after 16 years. Stewart's final episode aired on August 6, , and Trevor Noah succeeded Stewart as new host on September 28, [50]

On January 5, , the Finnish Government granted television programming licenses in the UHF band. The grant applied by Nickelodeon International Ltd allows Comedy Central to broadcast from May 17, to January 10, [51]

On November 16, , Comedy Central launched a Ukrainian-language version of Comedy Central branded as Paramount Comedy in Ukraine. Ukrainian-language version of the channel is operated under the license purchased.[52]

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In July , Comedy Central refreshed its branding, maintaining the existing double-C logomark, but introducing a new in-house typeface, and changing the network's corporate color to amber (while also using other colors to denote flagship programs).[53]

In July , Comedy Central acquired off-network reruns of King of the Hill. It was not treated as well as the other programs that were reruns, as it was shifted to the graveyard slot of AM in the final months of Comedy Central's syndication contract. In November , it was later removed as a show on the Comedy Central website entirely as the syndication contract expired.

On February 11, , Jimmy Kimmel announced on his talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live! that former show Crank Yankers will be revived on Comedy Central for a fifth episode season.[54] The new season will include pranks on social media and other platforms. Kimmel's brother Jonathan Kimmel will serve as showrunner and executive producer.

On May 1, , the Viacom-owned Pluto TV launched two Comedy Central networks titled Comedy Central Pluto and Comedy Central Stand Up. The former airs classic Comedy Central original series such as Reno !, Crank Yankers and more, while the latter airs the network's stand up specials.[55] Later on December 15, , the Comedy Central Stand Up channel was removed and a new Comedy Central Animation channel was added.[56]

On December 4, , Viacom re-merged with CBS Corporation to form ViacomCBS.[57]

In , Comedy Central began shifting its programming towards adult animation, with series pickups of Beavis and Butt-Head, a reboot of The Ren & Stimpy Show, and Daria spin-off Jodie. The network also launched a new weekday animation block initially branded as Animation Contamination, featuring reruns of South Park, Futurama and The Cleveland Show.[58] In turn, Comedy Central has decreased its live-action slate, announcing the cancellations of Drunk History[59] and Tosh.0,[60] as well as the migrations of South Side and The Other Two to HBO Max[61] and Alternatino with Arturo Castro to Quibi.[62]

High definition channels and service[edit]

The ihigh definitionsimulcast feed of Comedy Central launched in [63] and is available on all major cable and satellite providers. The standard definition Comedy Central downscales the HD feed and broadcasts in letterboxed to fit the ratio.

Programming[edit]

Main article: List of programs broadcast by Comedy Central

Criticism[edit]

Comedy Central has been a target of criticism from some advocacy groups, including the Parents Television and Media Council. The PTC criticizes their programming not merely for mature content, but also for what they perceive as bigotry and blasphemy,[64][65] especially in regards to the programs South Park, Tosh.0, The Sarah Silverman Program, Halfway Home and the annual "Roast" special.[66] The PTC has used their criticisms against Comedy Central for their support of the Family and Consumer Choice Act of , which would allow American cable television subscribers to choose which channels they subscribe to and impose the same decency standards that are already in place on broadcast TV.[67] The PTC has also persuaded some advertisers to lower their interest for the channel.[68] PTC founder and former president L. Brent Bozell III said the channel has managed "to reach the top of its field in spite of – or, better put, because of – the network's sheer lack of comedic talent" by its "extensive reliance on shocking or disgusting humor."[69]

On November 5, , an open letter[70] was written by VideoSift to protest the blocking of Comedy Central's embedded video content for non-American viewers.

On April 21, , Comedy Central censored the South Park episode "" in response to a death threat issued by users of a radical Muslim website over the episode's planned depiction of the Islamic prophetMuhammad, which led several newspaper columnists to condemn the network's actions as tantamount to abetting terrorism. As a rare result in the series' history, "" and the episode that preceded it were heavily edited and are never aired as reruns.

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Where is South Park streaming?

South Park Studios

For over 20 years, the animated and very adult TV series South Park has been making us laugh and occasionally think. Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny, along with all the rest of the citizens of South Park, Colorado, have been a huge part of pop culture history. So, where is South Park streaming on the internet for consumption on our phones, computers, or smart TVs? Here’s where you can find South Park streaming on your preferred device. That includes the upcoming South Park Paramount Plus movies.

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Is it true that some episodes of the show are not available to watch online?

Yes. Three episodes are not available to watch (legally) on HBO Max or the South Park Studios website. They are “Super Best Friends” from season 5 and “” and ″ from season In addition, two more episodes, “Cartoon Wars Part One” and “Cartoon Wars Part Two” from season 10, are not on HBO Max, but you can still watch them on the South Park Studios website. All five depict Islam’s Prophet Muhammad, which some people believe should not be depicted in any form of media.

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