Currently Airing – Our Guide To This Week’s UK & US Tv Comedy

currently airing 26092020Sunday 27/09/2020:

Bless the Harts – This Fox animated comedy returns for it’s second season tonight.

Bob’s Burgers – While this is back for it’s eleventh.

The Simpsons – Also returns to Fox.

Family Guy – And unfortunately this is also back tonight.

Our Cartoon President – This not very good animated series is on Showtime at 8.30pm.

Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing – The third series of this comedy documentary sort of thing is on BBC2 at 8pm.

Harry Hill’s World Of Tv – A brand new but very average clip show, this follows on BBC2 at 8.30pm.

Desus & Mero – This recently renewed talk show is on Showtime tonight.

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver – And this HBO show returns tonight.

Tigtone – Is on a break this week but returns next Sunday.


Ghosts – Continues it’s so far very funny second series on BBC1 at 8.30pm.

Stand Up For Live Comedy – This BBC3 series gets an outing on BBC1, with Jayde Adams, Mo Omar, Lauren Pattison and Tom Lucy all performing.


Michelle Buteau: Welcome to Buteaupia – This Netflix comedy special drops today.

Tosh.0 – Is once again on Comedy Central tonight.


South Park: The Pandemic Special – This hour long special is on Comedy Central at 8pm.

Archer – The fourth episode of season 11 is on FXX from 10pm.

Two Weeks To Live – This new Sky comedy drama stars Maisie Williams as a young misfit on the run.

Comedy Game Night – Liza Tarbuck hosts another episode of this new Comedy Central entertainment series.


Code 404 – Debuts in the US on Peacock streaming service.

Connecting… – Is a new Zoom based US sitcom.

Let’s Be Real – Is a one off special on Fox that Metacritic describes as a “Puppet-filled, election-themed comedy special comes from Robert Smigel (of Triumph the Insult Comic Dog fame).”

Scare Me – This comedy horror film about two horror authors and which stars Aya Cash is on Shudder tonight.

Star Trek: Lower Decks – This animated comedy from Rick and Morty and Solar Opposites writer Mick McMahon continues on CBS All Access.

Frankie Boyle’s New World Order – Is on BBC2 at 10pm.

A League Of Their Own – Is once again on Sky One at 9pm.

The Russell Howard Hour – The new series of Howard’s show follows on Sky One at 10pm.


Emily In Paris – This new sitcom from Sex and the City’s Darren Star stars Lily Collins as an American who relocates to Paris.

Vampires vs. The Bronx – Is a new Netflix horror comedy film whose title kind of gives everything away.

Wilmore – Comedy Central’s Larry Wilmore hosts this new series on Peacock.

The Boys – The second season of this Amazon black comedy drama about fucked up superheroes continues today.

Ted Lasso – Tonight’s the season finale of this great new Apple Tv+ series about an American football coach who moves to the UK to manage a football team.

Have I Got News For You – Returns to a studio setting for it’s sixtieth series, with Damian Lewis hosting and Katy Balls and Chris McCausland guesting.

Limmy’s Other Stuff – A reportedly final ever show from Limmy sees him present his non-TV material, including early pre-YouTube sketches, Vines, and his present day livestreaming.


Saturday Night Live – Returns to NBC for it’s first in studio episode since March, with Jim Carrey now starring as Joe Biden.

Jonathan Ross’s Comedy Club – Another episode is on ITV tonight.

Magical Girl Friendship Squad – A new animated series, this is on SyFy tonight.

Wild Life – Likewise.

Recommended Recently Aired Series:

PEN15 – Is back for a second season on Hulu, which so far is as much fun as the first season.

The Duchess – Katherine Ryan’s Netflix comedy sees Ryan play a single mother looking for a man to father her second child.

Semidetached – Lee Mack’s real time sitcom about a rubbish Wedding DJ was reportedly great and I do plan to watch it soon and give it a comedy snippets mini-review, I promise.

YOLO: Crystal Fantasy – Perhaps not Adult Swim at it’s best, but this ultra loud, fairly funny animated series is definitely worth watching at least once.

A.P. Bio – The third season of Glenn Howerton’s school based sitcom can be caught on Peacock.

Corporate – This superb Comedy Central series has now come to an end, with it being one of the finest series they’ve ever broadcast.

Reno 911! – The second half of the seventh season is now available to view on Quibi.

Alex Finch.
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