Annoyed by blogs? Peeved by tweets? If so, Comedy Central's "Tosh.0" is the show for you. Get ready to see the Web and its multimedia technologies get taken to task by comedian Daniel Tosh, who will leave no vlog unturned and no poke safe from his sarcastic point of view.
Comedy Central announced Tuesday that Tosh.0 has been renewed for a ninth season. The comedy series, which provides commentary on all aspects of the Internet, is currently eight episodes into Season 8, with next week's entry marking the show's 200th episode since its 2009 premiere.
Look for Season 9 of Tosh.0 in early 2017.
Daniel Tosh stated in an interview that he and the production team wanted to get Ghyslain Raza, better known as "Star Wars Kid", to film a Web Redemption. Unlike most internet celebrities,… [show]Daniel Tosh stated in an interview that he and the production team wanted to get Ghyslain Raza, better known as "Star Wars Kid", to film a Web Redemption. Unlike most internet celebrities, Raza was publicly harassed and bullied by many people because of the video. After recovering from depression, he became a law student in his early 20's. [hide]
As pointed out by Tosh in one episode, the "lets see how many funny comments we can post in twenty seconds" segment does not actually last twenty seconds.
Unlike most of Comedy Central's live-action programming, "Tosh.0" has a smaller production team and value. It is the network's highest rated show since 2009.