Comedy Central Sets Fall Schedule Featuring Charlie Sheen, Daniel Tosh and Donald Glover
"Workaholics," "South Park" and repeats of "30 Rock" also get premiere dates at the cable network.
Comedy Central has unveiled a fall schedule that features a collection of comedians, including Daniel Tosh, Craig Ferguson and Weird Al Yankovic.
The season kicks off on Sept. 19th with the much-discussed Roast of Charlie Sheen, emceed by Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane. The following evening will see the series premiere of Tosh.0 and newer entry Workaholics at 10 pm and 10:30 pm, respectively. On the 25th, puppeteer Jeff Dunham will take over the screen with an all new special entitled Controlled Chaos.
All of these are poised to get an early evening lift from repeats of 30 Rock, which will start its run in the 7 pm and 7:30 pm weekday time slots on Sept. 19.
Beginning October 5, Comedy Central will usher back new episodes of long-running animated staple South Park, which will be paired with the second season premiere of Nick Swardson's Pretend Time. The next night brings new stand-up series Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution.
Filling out the month are specials from Weird Al (The Alpocalypse Tour, Oct. 1) and Ferguson(Does This Need to be Said?, Oct. 15) as well as a South Park Documentary (Oct. 2). The latter will provide viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the making of an episode.
The world premiere of Pablo Francisco: They Put It Out There will hit the small screen on Nov. 5th, with specials from TJ Miller (No Real Reason), Community's Donald Glover (Weirdo) and Carlos Mencia yet to be scheduled.
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