Season 1, Episode 3
Comedy Central’s first dramatic comedy series, Brody Stevens: Enjoy It!, combines live stand-up material, documentary footage and animation to tell comedian Brody Stevens’ life story. The series takes an unflinching look at various parts of Stevens’ life, including his public psychological breakdown and his relationship with his family and friends — such as Zach Galifianakis, Sarah Silverman, Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim — as well as his journey back into the world of stand-up, culminating in the premiere of his episode of The Half Hour.
Season 1, Episode 1
Bonnie Hunt brings the same accessibility she brought to the films Jerry Maguire, Jumanji and Return to Me to her family series Life with Bonnie, in which she portrays Bonnie Molloy, a woman who juggles the roles of wife, mother and host of the local morning talk show Morning Chicago. In the series, Hunt’s improvisational skills shine during unscripted interviews with real life guests (non-actors) of “Morning Chicago.” The cast includes the gifted David Alan Grier as David Bellows, the producer who struggles with the daily challenge of Bonnie, makeup artist Holly (Holly Wortell) and cue card guy Marv (Chris Barnes). Anthony Russell portrays Tony Russo, Bonnie’s sidekick piano player who comes straight to her show from his Vegas lounge act. At home, Gloria (Marianne Muellerleile) is a houseguest more than a housekeeper. Bonnie’s husband, Mark (Mark Derwin), is a hard-working family practice doctor who does his best to survive life with Bonnie. Together they are raising two y
Season 1, Episode 3
From Australian sensation Chris Lilley and his producing partner Laura Waters, this six-episode half-hour comedy series follows the eponymous school captain during the last few months of her final year of school, far removed from the grounds of Summer Heights High and back on the lush manicured lawns of Hillford Girls Grammar School.
Returning to her private school roots, the series highlights the trials and responsibilities that come with being the “most well-known” girl on campus, including her academic and charity work, social life and relationships with family.