Catholic middle school graduate Samantha Bee and TBS are pleased to announce Full Frontal with Samantha Bee’s holiday special “Christmas on I.C.E.”! Christmas is a time for all families to be together. And so is every other day.
Join Samantha Bee for a less-godless-than-the-usual-liberal Christmas variety spectacular with all the traditional trimmings: music, laughter, joy, deep rage that the administration is separating migrant families, and gingerbread. And did we mention that the whole thing is on ice?
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee Presents Christmas on I.C.E. Wednesday, December 19 (10:30pm/9:30C) on TBS. Check out the trailer below.
TBS has order comedy game show Misery Index – from The Tenderloins, the creators of Impractical Jokes – directly to series.
The game will feature two teams — each consisting of one contestant and two Tenderloins. Teams will compete against each other by attempting to determine the ranking of hilarious and miserable real-life events on a scale of 1-100.
Conan O’Brien will hit the road for the Team Coco Presents Conan & Friends: An Evening of Stand-Up and Investment Tips tour on November 2nd.
The tour will hit 17 cities with different groups of comedians – including Rory Scovel, Ron Funches, Deon Cole, Laurie Kilmartin, Marina Franklin, James Veitch, Taylor Tomlinson, Moses Storm, Flula Borg and more – beginning with Washington, D.C.
In season two, The Guest Book is going to the beach as we meet the guests of the Bare Feet Retreat.
Season Two Welcomes new series regulars Jimmy Tatro, Kimiko Glenn, and Dan Beirne – and a host of guest stars that include Will Arnett, Lisa Rinna, Martha Plimpton, Michael Rapaport, Allison Tolman, Nadine Velazquez and more.
The Guest Book returns to TBS on Tuesday, October 23rd.
Twenties is a single-camera comedy that follows the adventures of a queer black girl, Hattie, and her two straight best friends, Marie and Nia, who spend most of their days talking sh*t and chasing their dreams.
TBS has landed the pilot for Twenties – created/written/executive produced by Lena Waithe (Master of None, The Chi).