‘Kings of Comedy’ on Comedy Channel

toshThe Comedy Channel has a batch of new and returning comedians in February that it has branded Kings of Comedy: Daniel Tosh, Russell Howard, Robin Williams and Eddie Murphy.

Daniel Tosh is back for his fifth season of Tosh.0 showing the most absurd, ludicrous and plain old weird clips from the internet delivered with his own scathing commentary. Season five promises to include an abundance of the internet’s most famous sensations, countless unique exhibitionist weirdoes, sketches, and for those lucky enough to get a second chance – Web Redemptions. This season The Comedy Channel provides the Australian Premiere Tosh.0 experience Express from the US – which means viewers can see the show just one day after US broadcast on Thursdays from February 7 at 9.00pm.

Russell Howard returns to The Comedy Channel with Australian Premieres of Russell Howard’s Good News Season 7 Thursdays from February 28 at 9.30pm and a stand-up special Russell Howard: Live at Bloomsbury Theatre Friday February 22 at 8.30pm.

Foxtel has also secured an incredible Friday night stand-up line-up in February with Australian Television Premieres from comic superstars Eddie Murphy and Robin Williams.

Eddie Murphy: One Night Only is a tribute to one of the greatest talents of the last fifty years. The evening showcases the various dimensions of Murphy’s career as a singer, dramatic lead, action star, family entertainment icon, and stand-up comedy rock star. Guests who honour Eddie include his brother Charlie Murphy, co-star Arsenio Hall, Russell Brand, Stevie Wonder, Chris Rock and Tracy Morgan amongst many others. Australian Premiere on The Comedy Channel Friday February 15 at 8.30pm.

Robin Williams: Live and Uncensored will air exclusively on Friday February 1 at 8.30pm and Robin Williams: Live at the Met Friday, February 8 at 8.30pm. It’s impossible not to laugh out loud at the extremely enjoyable, fast-paced barrage of Robin Williams. His zany, off-the-wall humour never ceases to amaze as he yells, skips and swears his way through a series of crazy characters, scenarios and improvisations.


  1. just you….
    I thought it was, but gave it a chance, and after while it was quite witty for a youtube clip show…

    go watch some of Daniel Tosh’s acts and he’s quite funny.

    Of course not as good as the late great George Carlin.

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