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The History of Comedy

The History of Comedy is American Comedy TV series. Produced by Hazy Mills Productions. Stars: Elayne Boosler, Robert B. Weide, Patton Oswalt. Also known as Historia de la comedia in Spain. It debuted on Feb 09, 2017, on CNN. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.9 *.

Seasons

How Many Season Does The History of Comedy Have: 2 (14 episodes)

Season 3

CNN

Season 2

Season premieres on July 15, 2018

CNN, 6 episodes

Season 1

Season premieres on February 9, 2017

Finale: August 13, 2017

CNN, 9 episodes

Where Can I Stream The History of Comedy

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The History of Comedy TV Listings

The History of Comedy is on CNN (United States) Sundays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S2E6 (No Offense (Going Clean/Flipping Funny)) - Air Date: Aug 19, 2018 (11 months ago)

News & Interviews

'The History of Comedy' finale, 'Politics Aside,' airs August 13 on CNN - cleveland.com - according to Cleveland

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- "Comedy and politics were married. It shows the true spirit of what our democracy is. We're not afraid to make fun of people that are in power. I think that's wonderful" - comedian Jeff Ross.

'The History of Comedy' Creators Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner Reveal What Drives TV Revivals - PopCulture.com - via Popculture

While many have speculated over the past two years since the 2016 U.S. election that the resurgence of revivals correlates to the need for familiarity in a time of uncertainty, Hayes adds a lot of it can point to self-healing through laughter, while Milliner says the greatest treasure alone is seeing your favorites return to television.

CNN's 'The History of Comedy' Is Funny How? - Huffington Post - per Huffingtonpost

"F***ing Funny" works gloriously blue and is brimming with, as George Carlin once ominously intoned, "bad words'; lots of 'em, most of them bleeped, which is ironic for an episode driven by espousers of the church of pushing boundaries and going too far. "Not letting an artist use the word 'f***," observes Craig Ferguson early on, "is like not allowing a guitar player to use the chord E. It's possible to play the instrument, but why...would you bother?"

'The History of Comedy' Creators Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner Reveal What Drives TV Revivals - via Popculture

While many have speculated over the past two years since the 2016 U.S. election that the resurgence of revivals correlates to the need for familiarity in a time of uncertainty, Hayes adds a lot of it can point to self-healing through laughter, while Milliner says the greatest treasure alone is seeing your favorites return to television.

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