Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy

10 p.m. ET/PT – Monday, March 26 on Comedy Network

Larry digs in a rock quarry. Also: a segment on greyhounds.

10 p.m. ET/PT – Monday, March 19 on Comedy Network

Larry shoots machine guns and takes a ride on a train that ascends to a high elevation.

10 p.m. ET/PT – Monday, March 12 on Comedy Network

Larry attends a livestock auction in Oklahoma, visits longshoreman in New York Harbour, and takes place in a Boy Scouts of America 100th anniversary celebration.

10 p.m. ET/PT – Monday, March 5 on Comedy Network

Larry lives with the Amish, travels with a beer deliveryman on his regular route and joins the Art Car Parade in Houston.

10 p.m. ET/PT – Monday, February 27 on Comedy Network

Larry shows us one of the greatest animal exhibitions on the plant at the amazing Henry Doorly Zoo. Then, he digs in at Dakin Farms in Vermont, where they have been making mouthwatering breakfast staples since 1792. Finally, he puts up his dukes at Gleason’s, the legendary Brooklyn bowing gym that gave us everyone from Jake LaMotta to Muhammed Ali to Mike Tyson.

10 p.m. ET/PT – Monday, February 20 on Comedy Network

Larry joins the Volusia County Sheriff’s Department in Florida to reveal all the ways that this far-ranging branch of law enforcement keeps us safe. Then he saddles up and plays polo, the dangerous and expensive sport that was transformed by America’s upper class thrill-seekers. Finally, Larry uncovers how barbecued brisket became an American delicacy at Houston’s Goode Company.

10 p.m. ET/PT – Monday, February 13 on Comedy Network

Larry adds his girth and glee to the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, goes dog sledding in Northern Minnesota and reveals how Tabasco became the world’s greatest hot sauce.

10 p.m. ET/PT – Monday, February 6 on Comedy Network

Larry spends a day in high school in Bemidji, Minnesota, reveals the miracle that is the cable car system and the hidden worlds of Chinatown, and does the manliest work in the timber business at the Rough ‘n’ Ready Lumber Company in Oregon.

The Comedy Network is about to offer Canadians a hilarious look at our zany neighbours with the series premiere of ONLY IN AMERICA WITH LARRY THE CABLE GUY, Monday, Nov. 14 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

The new, one-hour, 19-episode series sees Larry the Cable Guy (a.k.a. Dan Whitney) taking viewers on a wacky, yet informative, spin all across America. From the Oregon Trail to the Grand Canyon, from crossing the Delaware to searching for California’s gold, Larry’s signature persona delivers viewers an offbeat look at the good ol’ U.S. of A.

The stories merge facts with fun and interesting historical tidbits, creating a series that is everything fans have come to expect from the down-home comedian.

In the first episode of ONLY IN AMERICA, Larry travels to Columbia, TN – the “Mule Capital of the World” – to find out why this animal was a critical critter in the building of America. Then, he’s off to Fairfax, VA for a gun-by-gun history lesson, including an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the vast gun collection at the NRA. Finally, Larry jumps into a legendary Florida roadside attraction: the real life mermaids in the crystal clear waters of Weeki Wachee Springs.

Earlier this year, neighbours south of the border embraced Larry, when ONLY IN AMERICA premiered to an audience of more than 4 million viewers on The History Channel. 

A character comedian, Larry grew up on a pig farm in Nebraska before making his career in comedy. Known for his stereotypical red neck persona, strong southern accent, flannel attire and catch phrases, including “git-r-done”, Larry the Cable Guy has done it all, from voicing the character of “Mater” in the Disney/Pixar films Cars and Cars 2, to releasing several comedy albums and an autobiographical book. 

After his time on comedy circuit Larry was propelled to superstardom as a member of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour (along with comedians Jeff Foxworthy and Bill Engvall). The tour’s success led to Blue Collar Comedy Tour, The Movie, with the DVD selling more than 4 million units. The sequel Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again, sold more than 3 million units, and in 2006, the Blue Collar group reunited to shoot Blue Collar Comedy Tour, One For The Road in Washington, DC at the Warner Theater. The soundtrack was nominated for a 2006 Grammy Award®.