Who rocked it better, Eddie or Tracy? You make the call.
“Eddie Murphy: One Night Only” premieres TONIGHT at 10/9c on Spike.
We’re excited too, Tracy.
“Eddie Murphy: One Night Only” premieres THIS WEDNESDAY at 10/9c on Spike.
What do Tina Fey, Bill O’Reilly and Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello have in common? If you guessed they’d all be terrible choices to star in a Rosa Parks biopic, you’re close, but the answer were were looking for was they’ve all just been announced among the talent for this year’s Night of Too Many Stars!
Taping at New York’s Beacon Theater on October 13 and airing on Comedy Central, Sunday, October 21 at 8/9c, the biennial autism benefit will also feature Hannibal Buress, Bill Burr, Stephen Colbert, Tracy Morgan, Amy Poehler, Seth Rogen and host Jon Stewart.
Meanwhile, the phone bank will be manned by the likes of Fred Armisen, Andy Cohen, Jack McBrayer, Bob Saget, Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Sudeikis.
Stay tuned for more announcements as the even approaches.
Update: Almost forgot to mention, tickets are available here.
Tracy Morgan: Black and Blue makes its network television premiere Sunday at 10/9c on Comedy Central. Click the image to watch Tracy talk about aging, and click here for a clip about the difference between white rage and black rage.
Click the image to watch a clip of Tracy Morgan presenting the Sketch/Alternative Comedy Series award.
The second annual Comedy Awards premiere Sunday at 9/8c on Comedy Central.
As you’ve hopefully heard, the second annual Comedy Awards ceremony was held on Saturday. It was a night of hilarity, prestige, and for the second year running, absolutely no onstage murders, which is more than I can say for some other award shows (I’m looking at you, BAFTAs).
You’ll be able to see the show for yourself when it airs this Sunday, May 6 at 9/8c on Comedy Central, but until then, here are a few photos from the evening.