Live at Gotham

11 p.m. ET/PT – Saturday, November 21 on Comedy Network

Eddie Murphy’s big bro Charlie Murphy (CHAPPELLE’S SHOW) brings it on this week’s LIVE AT GOTHAM.

11 p.m. ET/PT – Saturday, November 14 on Comedy Network

Hipster cult favourite Paul F. Tompkins (MR. SHOW WITH BOB AND DAVID) brings his brand of off-kilter humour to LIVE AT GOTHAM.

11 p.m. ET/PT – Saturday, November 7 on Comedy Network

Known for his trademark trucker hat, over-sized glasses and unkempt appearance, comedian Judah Freidlander (30 ROCK) takes over LIVE AT GOTHAM.

Get ready to laugh your ass off when boundaries are pushed and new comic territory charted on the critically acclaimed stand-up series Live At Gotham, premiering October 22 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, exclusively on The Comedy Network.

Each week a new A-list host, such as Lewis Black, Jim Breuer, Andy Kindler and Jeffrey Ross, introduces six up and coming comedians to the Live At Gotham stage for an hour of hilarious original comedy. The backdrop is The Gotham Comedy Club, known to be one of the leading comedy clubs in New York City. USA Today notes that it is “one of the top places in the country to sit down and watch stand-up.” Prior to Live At Gotham, the club provided the setting to Jerry Seinfeld’s 2002 Miramax film Comedian and Larry David’s pilot of Curb Your Enthusiasm.

In the premiere episode, host Artie Lange hosts comedians Al Jackson, Jeremy Schachter, Amanda Melson, Geoff Keith, Kurt Metzger and Joey Gay. Canadian Gerry Dee, gets his turn at the mic, in the episode airing November 5, when he is welcomed to the Live At Gotham stage by host Jim Breuer.