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 today that Tosh.0 has been renewed for another four seasons - 80 episodes worth - which will see the veteran comedy on the air through at least Season 16 in 2024. The good news comes ahead of Season 12, which will air sometime this year.
Today's pickup also includes an overall deal where Daniel Tosh will develop new scripted and unscripted projects for the cable network. Plus, a new Tosh.0 YouTube channel is expected to launch early this year as well, on top of the newly launched Tosh.0 channel on free streaming service Pluto TV.
Hosted by Daniel Tosh, Tosh.0 offers commentary on all aspects of the Internet, taking a humorous look at topics involving online videos, celebrities, and current events in today's society. A Tuesday night staple, the show ranks as the cable network's longest-running live prime time series.